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Pilar Muñoz
Margarita Xirgu y Pilar Muñoz en Yerma.JPG
Muñoz (right) with Margarita Xirgu in Yerma (1934)
Pilar Muñoz Ruiz

(1911-03-18)March 18, 1911
Madrid, Spain
DiedOctober 1, 1980(1980-10-01) (aged 69)
Madrid, Spain

Pilar Muñoz Ruiz (March 18, 1911 - October 1, 1980) was a Spanish stage and film actress.

Daughter of actor Alfonso Muñoz and sister of actress Mimí Muñoz, she began acting with Margarita Xirgu in 1925.[1] In 1927 she appeared in La princesa Bebé and 1931 in Vidas cruzadas, both with Jacinto Benavente and next to Xirgú and her father. Three years later came one of their biggest hits, Ni al amor ni al mar, del mismo autor, in 1934 at the Festival de Mérida with Medea and Electra. Premiering soon after was Yerma (1934) - in which she played María.[1]

During the Spanish Civil War, Xirgú accompanied her on a tour of the Americas, premiering in Buenos Aires with La casa de Bernarda Alba. She did not return to Spain until 1947. In 1950 she starred in En la ardiente oscuridad, alongside José María Rodero and Adolfo Marsillach, under director Luis Escobar.[2] She also appeared in José Martín Recuerda's plays Cena de Navidad (1951) La otra orilla (1954), and El teatrito de don Ramón (1959). In 1969 she starred in Seán O'Casey's play Red Roses for Me, and Ricardo López Aranda's play Isabelita the Miracielos in 1978.

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  1. ^ a b García, Manuel Gómez (2 January 1998). Diccionario Akal de Teatro. Ediciones Akal. p. 579. ISBN 978-84-460-0827-9. Retrieved 15 July 2012.
  2. ^ Henares, Antonio Pérez (1998). Antonio Buero Vallejo: una digna lealtad. Junta de Comunidades de Castilla-La Mancha. p. 99. ISBN 978-84-7788-189-6. Retrieved 15 July 2012.
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