Actrices Argentinas

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Norma Aleandro
Norma Aleandro is the Grande Dame of Argentine theater and cinema not only because she was not content to have trodden the stage as early as the the age of nine, she is still active in theater and cinema in 2011. Her last film to date, Daniel Burman's La suerte en tus manos is in pre-production), that is sixty-six years later...
 
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Graciela Borges
Actress, La Ciénaga
Graciela Borges started her career in the late 50s playing important roles in films. Perhaps, her most successful role then was "Una Cita con la Vida" (1956) with leading actress Gilda Lousek. Borges had an outstanding performance in the movie "Cronica de una Señora" (1970) where she played an aristocratic bored woman...
 
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Cecilia Roth
She moved to Spain with her father and her brother, Ariel Rot, in 1976 and started acting. Her first major role was in Iván Zulueta's Rapture. After appearing in Pedro Almodóvar's debut feature _Pepi, Luci, Bom y otras chicas del montón (1980)_ she kept working with him in Labyrinth of Passion...
 
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Dolores Fonzi
Born in July 19th, 1978, Dolores María Fonzi is the eldest sister of the Fonzi family. She started working as a model in lots of agencies and was the face of lots of pictures. In 1998 she officially started her acting career in Endless Summer, as Clara Vázquez, with her own brother Tomás Fonzi...
 
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Andrea Del Boca
Actress, Esa mujer
Since she was a four-year old child, Andrea Del Boca has had a busy and successful career. She has always played main character in her telenovelas, movies and theater performances. She is considered one of the biggest stars in Argentine show business. Andrea Del Boca has conquered audience not only in Spanish speaking countries but also in different countries such as Italy...
 
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Marilina Ross
Actress, La Raulito
Marilina Ross was born Maria Celina Parrondo Ross in Buenos Aires Argentina. She started her career in the 60s as a leading actress until she exiled to Spain when the militaries took over Argentina in 1976. In the 60s, she headed two well-known shows such as "La Nena" and "Señoritas Alumnas". Also, she played main characters in very distinguished movies such as Free for All...
 
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