Here are 4 famous actresses from Spain died in 1983:
Porfiria Sanchíz (June 15, 1917 Sanlúcar de Barrameda-January 9, 1983 Spain) also known as Porfiria Sanchiz, Porfiria Sanchez or Porfiria Sanchis was a Spanish actor.
Sanchíz began her acting career in the 1940s, appearing in several Spanish films. She gained recognition for her roles in the films "¡A mí la legión!" and "Nobleza baturra". Throughout her career, she appeared in over 60 Spanish films, working with directors such as Luis Buñuel and Juan de Orduña.
Sanchíz was also known for her work on Spanish television, appearing in several popular series such as "Historias para no dormir" and "Verano azul".
Aside from her acting career, Sanchíz was a dedicated philanthropist, actively supporting the Red Cross and other charitable organizations. She was also a vocal advocate for women's rights and the rights of marginalized communities.
Sanchíz passed away in Madrid in 1983 at the age of 65. Her contributions to the Spanish film and television industry continue to be celebrated today.
Anita Blanch (July 26, 1910 Sagunto-April 23, 1983 Mexico City) a.k.a. Ana Gloria Blangh or Ana Maria Ruiz Blanch was a Spanish actor.
Anita Blanch began her acting career in Spain and later moved to Mexico in 1936 where she worked in both film and theater. She appeared in more than 50 movies throughout her career which included popular films such as "El rey del barrio" (1949), "Vuelve el norteño" (1950), "La ciudad perdida" (1950), "La rebelión de los colgados" (1961), and many others. She was a talented character actress, often playing mothers and grandmothers, and was known for her versatility and range in her performances. Blanch was also a successful theater actress, starring in productions such as "Las de Caín" and "El refugio.” She died in Mexico City in 1983 at the age of 72.
Estrellita Castro (June 26, 1914 Seville-July 10, 1983 Madrid) a.k.a. Estrella Castro or Estrella Castro Navarrete was a Spanish singer and actor.
She began her career as a singer in the flamenco style and gained popularity in the 1930s. By the 1940s, she had made a successful transition to acting and starred in numerous films.
Castro's most famous role was in the film "The Rocket from Calabuch" (1956) where she played the role of Senora Paquita, a gypsy fortune-teller. She was also known for her performances in "La Copla de la Dolores" (1947) and "La Lola se va a los Puertos" (1947).
In addition to her acting career, Estrellita Castro was also a celebrated singer and recorded many popular songs in Spain. Her voice was often described as powerful and passionate. She continued to perform until her death in 1983.
Throughout her career, Estrellita Castro received numerous accolades and awards for her contributions to Spanish culture. She is remembered as one of the most talented performers of her time and a true icon in the world of Spanish entertainment.
Tota Alba (March 5, 1914 Buenos Aires-November 17, 1983 Madrid) otherwise known as Dolores Bejarano Alba or Lola Alba was a Spanish actor.
She was born in Argentina to Spanish parents and began her acting career in the 1930s in both Argentina and Spain. Alba gained popularity in the 1950s and 60s, appearing in numerous films alongside well-known actors such as Carmen Sevilla and Tony Leblanc. She starred in a variety of genres including comedies, dramas, and thrillers. Alba was also known for her work in theater, particularly in zarzuelas, the Spanish operetta. She continued to act until her death in 1983 at the age of 69.