Spanish movie actresses died in the year 1995

Here are 3 famous actresses from Spain died in 1995:

Ana Mariscal

Ana Mariscal (July 31, 1923 Madrid-March 28, 1995 Madrid) a.k.a. Ana María Rodríguez-Arroyo Mariscal or Anna Mariscal was a Spanish screenwriter, film director, actor and film producer.

Born in Madrid in 1923, Ana Mariscal began her career in the entertainment industry as an actress, working prolifically in Spanish cinema during the 1940s and 1950s. However, she soon became frustrated with the limited roles available to women in the industry and began writing her own scripts. She went on to become one of the few female filmmakers in Spain at the time and directed a number of successful films.

In addition to her work as a filmmaker, Mariscal was also a prominent figure in Spanish cultural life. She was a staunch supporter of the Franco regime and was known for her conservative political views. She was a member of Franco's Spanish Royal Academy of Fine Arts and was awarded numerous honors for her contributions to Spanish culture.

Mariscal died in Madrid in 1995 at the age of 71. Today, she is remembered as an important figure in Spanish cinema, as well as a controversial one due to her politics.

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Gracita Morales

Gracita Morales (November 11, 1928 Madrid-April 3, 1995 Madrid) otherwise known as Gracia Morales or María Gracia Morales Carvajal was a Spanish actor.

Morales began her acting career in the 1950s and was known for her comedic roles in Spanish cinema. She starred in over 70 films and was often cast as the quirky, fun-loving sidekick or the comic relief character. Some of her most notable films include "Operación Mata Hari" (1968), "La familia y uno más" (1965), and "Una chica casi decente" (1963).

Aside from her film work, Morales also appeared in several popular Spanish TV series throughout the 1970s and 1980s. She was recognized for her talent and received several accolades throughout her career, including the Best Supporting Actress Award at the San Sebastián International Film Festival in 1963.

Morales passed away in Madrid in 1995 at the age of 66.

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Lola Flores

Lola Flores (January 21, 1923 Jerez de la Frontera-May 16, 1995 Madrid) also known as Flores, Lola, María Dolores Flores Ruiz, María Dolores "Lola" Flores Ruiz, Lola or La Faraona was a Spanish singer and actor. She had three children, Rosario Flores, Antonio Flores and Lolita Flores.

Lola Flores was known for her passionate performances of flamenco and copla music. She began her career as a child prodigy in flamenco dance and later transitioned to singing and acting. She became a beloved icon in Spain and her career spanned over five decades. She appeared in numerous films and TV shows, including "Esperanza y Gloria," "La Faraona," and "Lola la piconera." She was also a successful recording artist, with hits such as "Ay pena, Penita, Pena" and "La Zarzamora." Flores received numerous awards and honors throughout her career, including the Gold Medal for Fine Arts and the National Prize for Performing Arts. She passed away in 1995 at the age of 72, but her legacy as one of Spain's greatest performers lives on.

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