Spanish movie actresses born in the year 1929

Here are 5 famous actresses from Spain were born in 1929:

Paquita Rico

Paquita Rico (October 13, 1929 Seville-) also known as Francisca Rico Martínez is a Spanish actor and singer.

She was born in Seville, Spain, and began her career in entertainment in the 1940s. Throughout her career, she starred in numerous Spanish films, including "Carmen la de Ronda," "Un caballero andaluz," and "Marcelino Pan y Vino." Rico was known for her exceptional singing abilities and often incorporated music into her performances. In addition to her acting career, she also recorded several albums and collaborated with some of the most famous Spanish musicians of her time. She was recognized for her contributions to Spanish culture and was awarded the Gold Medal for Fine Arts in 1996. She passed away on July 9, 2017, at the age of 87.

Lita Baron

Lita Baron (August 11, 1929 Province of Almería-) also known as Isabelita, Isabelita y Miguel or Isabel Beth Castro is a Spanish actor. Her children are called Cindy Calhoun, Tami Calhoun and Lorri Calhoun.

Lita Baron began her career in Hollywood during the 1940s and is best known for her roles in the films "The Wild One" (1953) and "The Gunfighter" (1950). She married actor Rory Calhoun in 1948 and had three children with him. In addition to her acting work, Baron also worked behind-the-scenes in production and casting. Later in life, she became an advocate for cancer research and treatment after battling the disease herself. Baron passed away in 2015 at the age of 86.

Mayrata O'Wisiedo

Mayrata O'Wisiedo (February 21, 1929 Zaragoza-May 16, 1998 Madrid) also known as María Ostalet Visiedo, Maira O'Wisiedo, Mairata O'Wisiedo or Mayra O'Wisiedo was a Spanish actor and writer.

Mayrata O'Wisiedo was born on February 21, 1929 in Zaragoza, Spain. She began her career as an actress during the 1950s and quickly gained fame for her roles in Spanish films. Some of her most notable films include "El Cebo" (1958), "Los tramposos" (1959), and "La casa de los Martínez" (1971).

In addition to her acting career, O'Wisiedo was also a writer. She wrote several novels and plays, some of which were adapted into films. Her novel "La casa de los Martínez" was turned into a film of the same name, which she also starred in.

O'Wisiedo was known for her beauty and talent, and was often referred to as one of the most elegant and glamorous actresses of her time. She was married to Spanish film director Antonio Román, but the couple divorced in 1973.

Mayrata O'Wisiedo passed away on May 16, 1998 in Madrid, Spain, at the age of 69. Despite her relatively short career, she left a lasting impression on Spanish cinema and is remembered as one of its most captivating stars.

Maria Rosa Salgado

Maria Rosa Salgado (April 20, 1929 Madrid-March 11, 1995 Madrid) also known as María Rosa Salgado or María Rosa Jiménez Juan-José was a Spanish actor.

She was one of the most well-known and accomplished actresses of her time, both on stage and in film. Salgado began her acting career in the 1950s, appearing in numerous Spanish films such as "Ronda española" (1952), "El ceniciento" (1952) and "Cuidado con el perro" (1954). She was also known for her work in theater and received critical acclaim for her performances in plays such as "La malquerida" (1963) and "Tío Vania" (1967).

Salgado was a versatile actress who could seamlessly transition between dramatic and comedic roles. She was also known for her beauty and charm, which made her a favorite among audiences and directors alike. Her career spanned several decades and included over 50 film and television appearances.

In addition to her acting career, Salgado was also a prominent figure in Spanish society. She was known for her outspokenness on political and social issues and was a supporter of women's rights. She was also a close friend of Spanish singer and actress Lola Flores.

Salgado passed away in Madrid in 1995 at the age of 65. She left behind a legacy as one of Spain's most beloved actresses and a trailblazer for women in the entertainment industry.

Queta Claver

Queta Claver (June 24, 1929 Valencia-May 2, 2003 Alcorcón) a.k.a. Enriqueta Claver, Enriqueta Claver Delas or Enriqueta "Queta" Claver Delás was a Spanish actor.

She was best known for her work in the Spanish film industry, particularly in the 1960s and 1970s, where she starred in numerous films alongside some of the most prominent actors of the time. Claver began her career as a stage actress, performing in Spanish theatre productions before making her transition to film and television. She also appeared in several television series throughout her career, including the popular Spanish television show "Farmacia de Guardia". Claver was not only an actress, but also a singer and songwriter, and contributed to the soundtrack of several of her films. She passed away in 2003 at the age of 73.

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