Spanish movie actresses died in the year 2012

Here are 4 famous actresses from Spain died in 2012:

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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Aurora Bautista

Aurora Bautista (October 15, 1925 Province of Valladolid-August 27, 2012 Madrid) a.k.a. Aura Batis, Aurora Batista, Aurora Battista, Aurora Bautista Zunel or Aurora Bautista Zúmel was a Spanish actor. Her child is called Hernan Cristerna Baptist.

Aurora Bautista was known for her versatile acting skills and a career which spanned over four decades. She began her career in the Spanish film industry in the 1940s and starred in numerous films and television shows over the years. Some of her notable performances include her role in the film "The Executioner" (1963) directed by Luis Garcia Berlanga, which earned her critical acclaim and international recognition. She also appeared in several stage productions and earned a reputation as a talented theatre actor. Bautista received numerous awards throughout her career, including two Best Actress awards at the San Sebastian International Film Festival. She was also recognized with a Gold Medal of Fine Arts in 1999 for her contributions to Spanish theatre and cinema. Despite her success and recognition, Bautista remained humble and dedicated to her craft throughout her life.

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Manola Saavedra

Manola Saavedra (November 27, 2014 Spain-August 25, 2012) otherwise known as Manuela Saavedra was a Spanish actor.

Manola Saavedra began her acting career in the 1940s and starred in numerous films in Spain and Mexico throughout the 1950s and 1960s. She was particularly known for her roles in romantic dramas and comedies. Saavedra was also a popular radio and television personality, and hosted her own variety show in Spain during the 1960s. In addition to her acting career, Saavedra was a skilled flamenco dancer and singer. She retired from acting in the 1970s and was later awarded the Gold Medal for Fine Arts by the Spanish government in recognition of her contributions to the arts.

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Carmen Martínez Sierra

Carmen Martínez Sierra (May 3, 1904 Madrid-November 6, 2012 Madrid) a.k.a. Carmen Martinez Sierra was a Spanish actor.

Sorry, there is an incorrect information in the initial statement. Carmen Martinez Sierra was actually a Spanish playwright and writer, not an actor. She was best known for her play "The Kingdom of God", which earned her the national award for theater in 1934. Apart from being a successful playwright, Martinez Sierra was also a prolific author, journalist, and translator. She translated works of famous writers such as William Shakespeare and Oscar Wilde into Spanish. In addition to being a writer, she was also a leading figure in the cultural and social life of Spain during her time. She passed away at the age of 108 in Madrid, leaving behind a rich legacy of literary and cultural contributions.

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