The 50 best spanish actresses

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Lola Dueñas
Actress, Volver
 
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Concha Velasco
Concha Velasco studied dancing and became an actress in a revue with Celia Gámez. In 1954 she made her film debut with roles in several minor films. At the end of the regime of dictator Francisco Franco she worked with director Pedro Olea, among others, in higher-quality films, such as Torment and Pim, Pam, Pum... Fire!...
 
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Carmen Maura
Actress, Volver
Descendant of the conservative Spanish politician Antonio Maura, Carmen lead an art gallery and appeared in various roles in night- clubs. With Tigres de papel she had her first successful appearance on the movie screen and thereafter she worked at the theatre, the movies and in TV productions. Although she played dramatic roles...
 
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Assumpta Serna
Actress, Borgia
Assumpta Serna was born in Barcelona, Spain. She studied Law but abandoned it for her real passion, acting. Her career has spanned over 103 films and TV projects in over 20 countries. She has won more than twenty best actress awards thought the world (Spain, France, Italy, USA, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay...
 
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Ana Torrent
Actress, Tesis
 
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Maribel Verdú
Maribel Verdú was born on October 2, 1970 in Madrid, Spain as María Isabel Verdú Rollán. She is an actress, known for Snow White, Pan's Labyrinth and Y Tu Mamá También. She is the older sister of twins Marina and Carlota and she has been married to Pedro Larrañaga since September 1999.
 
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Paz Vega
Actress, Sex and Lucia
Actress Paz Campos Trigo was born in Seville, Spain, to a bullfighter father. She has been based in Los Angeles since 2008. She has starred in dozens of films in Europe and North America. After six successful seasons as Laura in "Seven Lives" (Telecinco,) one of Spain's longest running sitcoms, the young Seville born actress makes her leap to the big screen...
 
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Ariadna Gil
Born in January, 1969, she's the daughter of August Gil Matamala, a prestigious lawyer. Grew up studying singing, dancing and the violin. She even appeared occasionally singing with her two brothers in their banda named "Matamala". At 17, she appeared on the cover of an avant-garde Catalonian magazine and from there she began working in local theatre companies and on local Catalonian TV channels...
 
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María Asquerino
Actress, La comunidad
Parents: Mariano Asquerino (actor) and Eloísa Muro. She debuted in theater at 13 in San Sebastián, Spain. Later, she worked in the Compañía de Teatro de la Comedia de Madrid. She debuted in the cinema in 1941. She has also worked in TV.
 
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Emma Suárez
Actress, Julieta
Made her first film when she was 15 and from then on shared her time between studying dramatic art and performing in plays, films and TV productions. However it was not until the 1990s that she began to make her worthiest appearances in films directed by Julio Medem (Vacas, La Ardilla Roja and Tierra)...
 
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Julia Gutiérrez Caba
Actress, Los Serrano
Parents: Emilio Gutierrez (actor) and Irene Caba Alba (actress). Sister of Emilio (actor) and Irene (actress). She debuted in theater in 1951 and in cinema in 1960. She is married to the theater director Manuel Collado.
 
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Victoria Abril
Victoria Abril (born Victoria Mérida Rojas; 4 July 1959) is a Spanish film actress and singer. She is best known to international audiences for her performance in the movie "¡Átame! (Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!)" by director Pedro Almodóvar. Born in Madrid, Abril became widely known in Spain in 1976 when she appeared for two years in the show "Un, dos, tres...
 
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Elena Anaya
Spanish actress Elena Anaya impressed the critics with her performance in "Lucía y el sexo" (2001). Elena was born in Palencia, Spain, on July 17th, 1975. An active child, she excelled in karate and mountain climbing. By the time she was 17 Elena knew that she wanted to channel her energy into being an actress and enrolled in a drama course being given in her local town by actor Manuel Moron...
 
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Charo López
After having studied philosophy and philology Lopez went to the "Escuela Oficial de Cinematografia de Madrid" and studied interpretation. The first part of her filmography was mainly made by young directors until she was discovered by Gonzalo Suárez ("Diatrambo (1967)") with whom she worked again once in a while after that...
 
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