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Mary Carmen

Mary Carmen was born on May 4, 1943 in Cuenca, Spain as María del Carmen Martínez-Villaseñor. She is an actress, known for Ay, vida mía (1992), El tren (1982) and 360 grados en torno a Marisol (1972). She has been married to Manuel Almazor since 1980. They have one child. See full bio »
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 2014 Torrente 5
Sonsoles (as Mary Carmen sin sus muñecos)
 1992 Telepasión española (TV Series)
- Las coplas (1992) ... Performer
 1973 Las siete y media musical (TV Series)
Doña Rogelia / Nicol / Daisy / ...
 1971 La graduada
Mary Carmen (as Mari Carmen y sus muñecos)
 1969 El aviso inoportuno
Empleada tienda (as Mari Carmen y sus muñecos)
 1964 Blood and Black Lace
Model (as Mara Carmosino)
Show Show Self (51 credits)
Show Show Archive footage (8 credits)

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Alternate Names:

Mara Carmosino | Mary Carmen y sus Muñecos | Mari Carmen y sus muñecos | Mary Carmen sin sus muñecos | Mary Carmen y sus muñecos

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