Spanish movie actresses died in the year 2011

Here are 4 famous actresses from Spain died in 2011:

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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María Mercader

María Mercader (March 6, 1918 Barcelona-January 26, 2011 Rome) also known as Maria de la Asuncion Mercader Fordada, María Mercader Forcada, Maria Mercarder, Maria Mercader or Maria Mercader de Sica was a Spanish actor. Her children are called Christian De Sica and Manuel De Sica.

Mercader was born in Barcelona, Spain and began her acting career in Spanish theater and films in the 1930s. She married Italian film director Vittorio De Sica in 1949 and moved to Rome, where she continued to act in both Italian and Spanish films. Mercader also appeared in several American productions, including the television series Peter Gunn and the film The Anonymous Venetian. In addition to her acting career, she was also a writer, publishing a memoir titled Una Spagnola a Roma (A Spaniard in Rome) in 1998. Mercader passed away at the age of 92 in Rome in 2011.

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María Isbert

María Isbert (April 21, 1917 Madrid-April 25, 2011 Villarrobledo) a.k.a. María Vicenta Ysbert Soriano, Maria Isbert, Maruja Isbert or María Isberti was a Spanish actor. Her children are called Andrés Isbert, Carlos Ysbert, Tony Isbert, José S. Isbert, Miriam Isbert, Juan Bosco Ysbert, Ramón Ysbert and Alfonso Ysbert.

María Isbert began her acting career in the theater in the 1930s and later transitioned to film and television. She acted in over 150 films throughout her career, including notable works such as "Welcome Mr. Marshall!" and "Viridiana". She was known for her versatility as an actor, often playing both dramatic and comedic roles. Isbert received numerous accolades for her work, including a Golden Medal for Fine Arts in 1985 and the National Theater Award in 2006. She passed away in Villarrobledo in 2011 at the age of 94.

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Florinda Chico

Florinda Chico (April 24, 1926 Don Benito-February 19, 2011 Madrid) a.k.a. Florinda Chico Martín Mora or Florinda Chico Martín-Mora was a Spanish actor.

She began her acting career in the mid-1950s and became a prolific performer in Spanish film and television throughout the 1960s and 1970s. Chico was known for her versatility as an actor, frequently playing a range of characters from comedic to dramatic roles. Some of her notable film credits include "The Executioner" (1963), "Viridiana" (1961), and "Welcome Mr. Marshall!" (1953). On television, she appeared in several popular series, including "Estudio 1" and "Los gozos y las sombras." Chico was widely respected in the Spanish entertainment industry and received numerous awards throughout her career, including the 1991 National Theater Award for her contributions to Spanish theater. After her death, she was remembered as a beloved and talented performer who left an indelible mark on Spanish culture.

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