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Lilian Valmar
Lilian Valmar.jpg
1949
Born
Celia María Damestoi

(1928-09-27)27 September 1928
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Died4 August 2013(2013-08-04) (aged 84)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Resting placeLa Chacarita cemetery
OccupationActress, vedette
Spouse(s)Oscar Casco [es]

Celia María Damestoi (27 September 1928 – 4 August 2013[1][2]), better known as Lilian Valmar, was an Argentine actress and vedette.

Biography

Lilian Valmar was born in Argentina, coming of age during the country's golden period of cinema which spanned from 1947 to 1956. She began her career in 1947 in the film Albéniz by Luis César Amadori.[3] A year later, she began to work with the greats of the comedy genre, partnering with revue director Manuel Romero on the film The Tango Returns to Paris, Niní Marshall on Porteña de corazón [es] (1948) and Catita es una dama (1956), Pepe Iglesias on Avivato (1949), and Alfredo Barbieri [es] on Ritmo, amor y picardía (1955)[1] and El sonámbulo que quería dormir [es] (1956).

She then began the second phase of her career within the New Wave movement (1960–1966) with director Enrique Carreras, who directed her in a trilogy of films. She began with the bizarro [es] genre in Obras maestras del terror [es] (1960),[1] horror stories starring Narciso Ibáñez Menta, which was then followed by the New Wave film Un viaje al más allá (1964), and the last was the comedy-drama Arm in Arm Down the Street (1966). In television she entered the golden age of telenovelas (1971–1985), appearing in her first in 1971 with Alma Bressan [es]'s Una luz en la ciudad [es]. She then appeared in Me llaman gorrión (1972) by Abel Santa Cruz and Libertad condicionada [es] (1985) by Marta Reguera, both on Channel 9.

As a radio actress, she was an exclusive figure of Radio El Mundo [es]. In theater she showed her talent as a vedette, and later as a dramatic actress, forming a company with Enrique Serrano in 1956.[4]

Lilian Valmar died of natural causes on 4 August 2013 at age 84. Her remains rest in the Argentine Actors Association [es] pantheon of La Chacarita cemetery.[1][2]

Films

With Alberto Terrones in the film Avivato
With Alberto Terrones in the film Avivato

TV series

  • Una luz en la ciudad [es] (1971)
  • Me llaman gorrión, Channel 9 (1972)
  • Papá corazón [es] (1973)
  • Festival de grandes comedias, with Oscar Casco [es] and Julia Alson [es] (1974)
  • Entre el amor y el poder, Channel 9 (1984)
  • Libertad condicionada [es], Channel 9 (1985)

Theater

References

  1. ^ a b c d "A los 85 años, falleció la actriz Lilian Valmar" [At Age 85, the Actress Lilian Valmar Passes Away]. Télam (in Spanish). 5 August 2013. Retrieved 30 June 2018.
  2. ^ a b "Falleció la actriz Lilian Valmar" [The Actress Lilian Valmar Passes Away] (in Spanish). Argentine Actors Association. 5 August 2013. Archived from the original on 5 August 2013. Retrieved 30 June 2018.
  3. ^ Mitchell, Charles P. (25 March 2010). "Isaac Albéniz". The Great Composers Portrayed on Film, 1913 through 2002. McFarland. p. 7. ISBN 9781476609850. Retrieved 30 June 2018 – via Google Books.
  4. ^ Blanco Pazos, Roberto; Clemente, Raúl (1 January 2004). De la fuga a la fuga: diccionario de films policiales [From Escape to Escape: Dictionary of Political Films] (in Spanish). Corregidor. p. 55. ISBN 9789500515283. Retrieved 30 June 2018 – via Google Books.
  5. ^ "Festejan en el teatro Apolo las trescientas" [Apolo Theater's 300th Celebrated] (in Spanish). Ministry of Culture. Archived from the original on 20 October 2013. Retrieved 30 June 2018.

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