Here are 6 famous actresses from Spain were born in 1956:
Socorro Anadón (June 5, 1956 Madrid-) otherwise known as Socorro Anadon is a Spanish actor.
She was born in Madrid, Spain on June 5, 1956. Anadón began her acting career in the 1970s and has since performed in numerous stage productions, television shows, and films. Her notable television appearances include "Los misterios de Laura" and "El Ministerio del Tiempo". She has also appeared in films such as "All About My Mother" and "Paco and Veva". Anadón has won several awards for her work, including the Best Supporting Actress Award at the Málaga Spanish Film Festival for her role in the film "Techo y comida". In addition to her acting career, she has also worked as a dubbing actress and a theater director.
Norma Duval (April 4, 1956 Barcelona-) a.k.a. Purificación Martín Aguilera is a Spanish actor.
Norma Duval is a Spanish actress, showgirl, and television presenter who has gained international recognition for her work in the entertainment industry. She began her career as a ballet dancer and went on to become a popular television presenter in the 1980s. She has hosted several TV shows, including "Telecupón" and "Noche de Fiesta," winning the admiration of the Spanish audience. Norma has been recognized with various awards, including the Ondas Award, for her contribution to the entertainment industry. While she is most known for her television work, she has also starred in several films, including "Miguel y William" and "El Liguero Mágico." She is regarded as one of the most iconic public figures in Spain and continues to be active in the entertainment industry.
Montse Pérez (October 28, 1956 Barcelona-) a.k.a. Els Joglars, Montserrat Pérez López, Montserrat López or Montserrat Pérez is a Spanish actor.
Montse Pérez is best known for her work as an actor with Els Joglars, a renowned Spanish theater group known for their political satire and experimental plays. She began her career with the group in 1976 and has since performed in numerous productions, both in Spain and internationally. In addition to her stage work, Pérez has also appeared in a number of films and television shows. She is considered one of Spain's most respected and versatile actors, known for her range and ability to portray a wide variety of characters. Offstage, Pérez is known for her activism and involvement in social causes. She has been a vocal advocate for the rights of women, immigrants and other marginalized groups.
Victoria Vera (February 19, 1956 Madrid-) also known as Victoria Pérez Díaz or Victoria Perez Diaz is a Spanish actor.
She began her acting career in the early 1970s and has since appeared in numerous Spanish films, television series, and stage productions. Her breakout role was in the film "El corazón del bosque" (1979), for which she received critical acclaim. She went on to star in several popular Spanish films including "Funcionarios" (1984), "Todos a la cárcel" (1993), and "La comunidad" (2000). In addition to her film career, Vera has also acted in several popular Spanish television series such as "Gran Reserva" (2010-2013) and "Centro Médico" (2015-2017). She has been recognized for her work in Spanish cinema and was awarded the Medal of Merit in Fine Arts by the Spanish government in 2007.
Pepa Sarsa (March 20, 1956 Zaragoza-) also known as Mª Jose Sarsa is a Spanish actor.
Pepa Sarsa is best known for her work in Spanish television and film. She began her acting career in the late 1970s and gained recognition for her roles in the popular Spanish television series "Médico de familia" and "Arrayán". Sarsa has also appeared in numerous Spanish films, including "Hazlo por mí" (1997) and "Cuando vuelvas a mi lado" (1999). In addition to her work as an actor, Sarsa is also a writer and has published several books. She has been honored with numerous awards for her contributions to Spanish theater and film, including the Best Actress award at the 1996 San Sebastian Film Festival for her performance in the film "Tu nombre envenena mis sueños".
Rosario Lara (March 7, 1956 Seville-) is a Spanish actor.
He began his acting career in the late 1970s and quickly gained recognition for his talent. Lara is known for his versatility, having performed in a wide variety of stage productions, television shows, and films over the years. He has appeared in many popular Spanish television series such as Los hombres de Paco and La Casa de Papel. Lara has also been praised for his performances in films such as Ay, Carmela! and Los años bárbaros. In addition to his work as an actor, Lara is also a director, having helmed several projects for both stage and screen. He has won numerous awards for his contributions to Spanish cinema and theater, including the prestigious Goya Award.