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Lolita Torres
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Born26 March 1930
Avellaneda, Argentina
Died14 September 2002
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Other namesBeatriz Mariana Torres
OccupationActor, singer
Years active1944 – 1993 (film)

Lolita Torres (Beatriz Mariana Torres Iriarte) (26 March 1930 – 14 September 2002) was an Argentine film actress and singer (contralto).[1]

She began her career at age 11, performing folk songs in a theater in Buenos Aires. In 1944 she began acting in films, eventually appearing in seventeen films during "Argentine cinema's 'golden years.'"[2]

She was so popular in the Soviet Union, that many newborn girls were named 'Lolita' after her tour there in 1963.[3] In 2002 she was honored as "Ciudadano Ilustre de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires" ("Illustrious Citizen of the City of Buenos Aires").[4]

The Plaza Lolita Torres in her birthplace of Avellaneda is named for her.[5]

Selected filmography

Lolita Torres and Ricardo Passano (Rhythm, Salt and Pepper)
Lolita Torres and Ricardo Passano (Rhythm, Salt and Pepper)
Lolita Torres and Alberto Dalbés (The Age of Love)
Lolita Torres and Alberto Dalbés (The Age of Love)

Personal life

Torres was married twice. From her first marriage she had a son, from her second marriage she had four children, one of whom, Diego, is a world-famous singer.

References

  1. ^ Plazaola p.204
  2. ^ "Lolita Torres". legacy.com. San Diego Union-Tribune, Sep. 19, 2002. Retrieved 27 December 2020.
  3. ^ "Lolita Torres".
  4. ^ "Lolita Torres".
  5. ^ "Plaza Lolita Torres, Avellaneda". www.inspirock.com/. Retrieved 27 December 2020.

Bibliography

  • Plazaola, Luis Trelles. South American Cinema: Dictionary of Film Makers. La Editorial, UPR, 1989.

External links


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