Spanish movie actresses born in the year 1954

Here are 5 famous actresses from Spain were born in 1954:

Vicky Peña

Vicky Peña (January 11, 1954 Barcelona-) also known as Vicky Pena, Vicki Peña, Victòria Peña, Victòria Peña i Carulla, Victoria Peña, Maria Victòria Peña Carulla, Maria Victòria "Vicky" Peña i Carulla or Viky Peña is a Spanish actor and voice actor. She has two children, Miranda Gas and Orestes Gas.

Vicky Peña began her acting career in the late 1970s, appearing in a number of Spanish television series and films. She gained critical acclaim for her performance in the 1981 film "Extramuros," which earned her a Goya Award nomination for Best Actress. Peña has since appeared in many other films, including "Pasión lejana," "Diario de invierno," and "Amar es para siempre." In addition to her work in film and television, Peña is also a well-known theatre actress, having appeared in numerous productions in Spain and abroad. She has also worked as a voice actor, lending her voice to dubbing for foreign films and television shows. Peña is considered one of Spain's most talented actresses and has won several awards for her work, including the National Theater Award and the Gold Medal for Fine Arts.

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Bibiana Fernández

Bibiana Fernández (February 13, 1954 Tangier-) otherwise known as Bibiana Fernandez, Bibí Andersen, Bibi Andersen, Bibi Anderson, Bibi Andersson, Manuel Fernández Chica or Andersen, Bibi is a Spanish actor, singer and television presenter.

She began her career studying dance and theater, and eventually made a name for herself in the Spanish film industry in the 1980s. Some of her most notable film roles include "Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!" (1990) and "Kika" (1993), both directed by Pedro Almodóvar. In addition to her acting career, Fernandez has also had success as a singer and presenter, hosting various television programs in Spain. She has been recognized for her contributions to the arts with various awards, including the Medal of Merit in Fine Arts from the Spanish government in 2018. Fernandez is also known for her open support of LGBTQ+ rights and activism.

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Amparo Muñoz

Amparo Muñoz (June 21, 1954 Vélez-Málaga-February 27, 2011 Málaga) also known as Amparo Munoz, Amparo Muñoz Quesada or Amparo Muñoz 'Miss España' was a Spanish actor.

She began her career as a model and won the Miss Spain beauty pageant in 1973. She went on to represent Spain in the Miss Universe pageant and was crowned 2nd runner-up. Muñoz then pursued a career in acting, appearing in various Spanish films and television shows. She won the Silver Bear for Best Actress award at the 34th Berlin International Film Festival for her role in the film "Elisa, vida mía". However, she left her acting career in the 1980s due to personal reasons. Muñoz was known for her beauty, elegance, and talent, and is remembered as a prominent figure in Spanish culture.

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Lina Romay

Lina Romay (June 25, 1954 Barcelona-February 15, 2012 Málaga) otherwise known as Rosa M. Almirall, Rosa María Almirall, Candice Coster, Candy Coster, Rosa María Almirall Martínez, Rosa Mª Almirall, Rosa Maria Almiral, Lennie Hayden, Betty Carter, Lulu Laverne, Jean Collins, Rosa Almirail, Rosa Almirall, Roas Almirall, Rosa M-a Almirall, R.M. Almirall, Lulú Laverne, Linan Romay or Lola Falana was a Spanish actor, pornographic film actor, screenwriter, film director, film editor, model, film producer and film art director.

She is best known for her longtime collaboration with director Jess Franco, whom she appeared in over 90 films with. Her acting career began in the early 1970s, where she appeared in a variety of films, including horror, crime, and exploitation films. Romay was also known for her work in the pornographic film industry, having appeared in numerous explicit films throughout her career. In addition to her on-screen work, Romay also worked behind the scenes, writing and directing several films, as well as serving as a film editor and art director. Despite the controversial nature of some of her work, Romay gained a significant following and is considered a cult figure among fans of exploitation cinema. She passed away in 2012 at the age of 57.

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Maribel Martín

Maribel Martín (November 1, 1954 Madrid-) a.k.a. Maria Isabel Martínez, Maribel Martin, María Isabel Martín, María Isabel Martín Martínez, Maria Isabel Martin Martinez, Maria Isabel Martin, Maria Isabel Martinez or María Isabel Martínez is a Spanish actor.

She is best known for her work in Spanish TV series of the 70s and 80s, such as "Curro Jiménez", "Los Desastres de la Guerra" and "Los Camioneros". Her career began in 1972 with a role in the film "Una gota de sangre para morir amando" and continued throughout the 70s and 80s with appearances in films such as "La Casa de las Chivas" and "El Lobo y la Paloma". In addition to her acting career, Martín is also a dancer and choreographer, having studied at the Royal Academy of Dance in London. She has also worked as a professor of dance in several institutions.

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