Spanish movie actresses born in the year 1943

Here are 5 famous actresses from Spain were born in 1943:

Charo López

Charo López (October 28, 1943 Salamanca-) a.k.a. María del Rosario López Piñuelas, Charo Lopez or Maria del Rosario Lopez Piñuelas is a Spanish actor.

Charo López has had an illustrious career spanning over 5 decades, starting in the 1960s. She has acted in numerous films, television shows, and theatre productions, and has won accolades and awards for her performances. Some of her most memorable roles include her portrayal of Mercedes in the film "The Spirit of the Beehive" (1973) and her role as Miel in "The Beekeeper" (1986).

López has also worked extensively in theatre, both as an actor and a director. She has collaborated with some of Spain's most eminent theatre companies, such as the Centro Dramático Nacional (National Drama Centre) and the Teatro de la Abadía. In addition to her work on stage, López has also worked as a voice-over artist, lending her voice to several animated films.

In recognition of her contribution to Spanish cinema and theatre, López has received several awards, including the Goya Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the film "The Other Boleyn Girl" (2008). She was awarded the prestigious Gold Medal for Fine Arts in 2017, which is among the highest cultural awards given in Spain.

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Soledad Miranda

Soledad Miranda (July 9, 1943 Seville-August 18, 1970 Lisbon) a.k.a. Susann Korda, Susan Korda, Susan Korday, Soledad Rendón Bueno or Sole was a Spanish actor and singer. Her child is called Antonio Simões.

Miranda began her career in the entertainment industry as a flamenco dancer, but later transitioned to acting in films. She gained international fame for her roles in horror and exploitation films, particularly in collaboration with director Jesús Franco. Some of her notable films include "Vampyros Lesbos" (1971), "She Killed in Ecstasy" (1971), and "Eugenie… The Story of Her Journey into Perversion" (1970). Tragically, Miranda's life and career were cut short when she was killed in a car accident at the young age of 27. Despite her short time in the film industry, Miranda continues to be remembered as one of the most iconic and influential actresses of Spanish cinema.

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Carmen Cervera

Carmen Cervera (April 23, 1943 Barcelona-) a.k.a. Tita Barker, Tita Cervera, Carmen Thyssen, Mari Carmen Cervera, Carmen Cervera, Mª Carmen Cervera, Maria Carmen Cervera, Mª Carmen Gª Cervera, Tita, María del Carmen Rosario Soledad Cervera y Fernández de la Guerra, María del Carmen Rosario Soledad Freifrau von Thyssen-Bornemisza de Kászon, Carmen "Tita" Cervera, Carmen "Tita" Thyssen, María del Carmen "Tita" Rosario Soledad Cervera y Fernández de la Guerra, María del Carmen Rosario Soledad Cervera y Fernández de la Guerra, Dowager Baroness Thyssen-Bornemisza de Kászon et Impérfalva, María del Carmen Rosario Soledad Cervera Fernández, Maria del Carmen Rosario Soledad Cervera y Fernández de War, Cervera Fernández, Baroness von Thyssen-Bornemisza, Baroness Thyssen, Tita Thyssen, von Thyssen-Bornemisza Kászon, Maria del Carmen Rosario Soledad Cervera, Maria del Carmen Rosario Soledad Cervera y Fernández de la War, Thyssen Tita, Carmen Tita Cervera, Tita Carmen Thyssen or María del Carmen "Tita" Cervera is a Spanish actor, art dealer, philanthropist and socialite. Her children are called Alejandro Borja Thyssen-Bornemisza de Kászon et Impérfalva, Guadalupe Sabina Cervera and María del Carmen Cervera.

Carmen Cervera is widely recognized as an art collector and patron. Born as the only child, she lost her father at a young age and her mother remarried. After her stepfather's death, she moved to Switzerland with her mother and started modeling. She appeared on the cover of various fashion magazines, worked as a showgirl in Paris, and was noticed by film directors. Carmen made her screen debut in the 1963 film "La visita," directed by Antonio Isasi-Isasmendi. She went on to feature in many comedies and musicals, including "La ciudad no es para mí," "Las que tienen que servir," and "El padre de la criatura," which became her most successful film.

While still pursuing her acting career, Carmen gained a reputation as a prominent art collector. She met her first husband, art collector, and industrialist Baron Hans Heinrich Thyssen-Bornemisza at a party, and they got married in 1985. Carmen became a trustee of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid and played a crucial role in the expansion and diversification of the collection. After her husband's death in 2002, she inherited a vast part of his art collection and set up the Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection in Andorra. Carmen also devotes her time and resources to various philanthropic causes, helping children with rare diseases and supporting cultural initiatives in Spain.

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Karina (December 4, 1943 Jaén-) a.k.a. Maribel Llaudes aka Karina, María Isabel Llaudes Santiago or María Isabel Bárbara Llaudés Santiago is a Spanish singer and actor.

Karina rose to fame in the 1960s with her hit single "El baúl de los recuerdos" and became known as "La Reina de la Nueva Ola" (Queen of the New Wave) in Spain. She also acted in several films and TV shows throughout the 60s and 70s, including the popular Spanish TV series "Estudio 1". Karina represented Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1971 with the song "En un mundo nuevo" and placed second. Despite retiring from music in the 80s, she made a comeback in the 90s with a new album and continues to perform and make appearances on Spanish media. Karina was awarded the Gold Medal of Merit in Fine Arts in 2017 for her contributions to Spanish culture.

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Marisol Ayuso

Marisol Ayuso (May 19, 1943 Madrid-) is a Spanish actor.

Marisol Ayuso started her acting career in the 1960s, appearing in several Spanish films such as "La Verbena de la Paloma" and "El Marques de Salamanca". She later gained prominence as a television actress in the 1980s, appearing in popular Spanish TV series such as "Brigada Central" and "Segunda Enseñanza". Ayuso received critical acclaim for her role in the 1996 film "Tesis", directed by Alejandro Amenabar. Over the years, she has also worked in theater and has won several accolades for her performances on stage. Ayuso remains one of the most respected actors of her generation in Spain.

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