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Lilia Michel (July 30, 1926 – August 10, 2011) was a Mexican television and film actress most active during the Golden Age of Mexican cinema, earning her the nickname of "the jewel" of the film era.[1]

Michel was born Lilia Fernández Larios on July 30, 1926,[1] in Teapa, Tabasco, Mexico. She became well known for her role in the 1946 Mexican film Dizziness, in which she co-starred María Félix.[1] Michel later switched to television, earning numerous roles in telenovelas, including Aprendiendo a Vivir, María la del Barrio and Rosalía.[1]

Lilia Michel died in Mexico City on August 10, 2011, at the age of 85.[1]

Filmography

Films

  • 1998 Fuera de la ley
  • 1982 Una sota y un caballo: Rancho Avándaro
  • 1978 Los amantes fríos
  • 1977 Fantoche
  • 1975 La lucha con la pantera
  • 1975 Yo amo, tú amas, nosotros...
  • 1973 El amor tiene cara de mujer
  • 1973 Eva y Darío
  • 1972 La inocente
  • 1972 La pequeña señora de Pérez
  • 1969 La muñeca perversa
  • 1953 Sí, mi vida
  • 1953 Había una vez un marido
  • 1952 Sígueme, corazón
  • 1950 La gota de sangre
  • 1946 El pasajero diez mil
  • 1946 No basta ser charro
  • 1946 Una virgen moderna
  • 1946 Dizziness (Vértigo)
  • 1945 The Hour of Truth
  • 1945 Corazones de México
  • 1945 El jagüey de las ruinas
  • 1945 Twilight
  • 1945 Un beso en la noche
  • 1944 Así son ellas
  • 1944 Nana

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Muere la actriz mexicana Lilia Michel". Starmedia. 2011-08-11. Archived from the original on 2016-08-16. Retrieved 2011-08-30.

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