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Pilar Pellicer

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Pilar Pellicer
Pilar Pellicer publicity photo (cropped).jpg
Pellicer in 1968
Born
María del Pilar Pellicer López de Llergo

(1938-02-12)12 February 1938
Died16 May 2020(2020-05-16) (aged 82)
Burial placePanteón Francés
Spouse(s)James Metcalf[2]
ChildrenAriane Pellicer[3]
Parent(s)María del Pilar López de Llergo
César Pellicer Sánchez
RelativesPina Pellicer (sister)
Ana Pellicer (sister)
Carlos Pellicer (uncle)

María del Pilar Pellicer López de Llergo (12 February 1938 – 16 May 2020) was a Mexican actress. At the 17th Ariel Awards, she won the Ariel Award for Best Actress for her performance in the film La Choca (1974).

Biography

Pilar was daughter of lawyer César Pellicer Sánchez and wife María del Pilar López de Llergo, both from Tabasco.

At age 18, Pilar studied at the Academy of Contemporary Dance, and was trained by Seki Sano. Pilar later abandoned dance to study philosophy at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She also studied at the Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura. She debuted as an actress in the movie El vendedor de muñecas in 1955.

Death

Pellicer died from COVID-19 on 16 May 2020, during the COVID-19 pandemic in Mexico at 82.[4]

Selected filmography

Pellicer with Glenn Ford in 1968
Pellicer with Glenn Ford in 1968
Pellicer in Day of the Evil Gun (1968)
Pellicer in Day of the Evil Gun (1968)
  • El vendedor de muñecas (1955)
  • The Life of Agustín Lara (1959) - Admiradora joven
  • Nazarín (1959) - Lucía (uncredited)
  • Escuela de verano (1959) - Magdalena Dávila
  • La Fièvre Monte à El Pao (1959) - Pilar Cárdenas (uncredited)
  • Quinceañera (1960) - Olivia
  • El gángster (1965) - (uncredited)
  • Tajimara (1965) - Cecilia
  • Pedro Páramo (1967) - Susana San Juan
  • The Bandits (1967) - (uncredited)
  • Day of the Evil Gun (1968) - Lydia Yearby
  • Las visitaciones del diablo (1968) - Paloma
  • Los amigos (1968)
  • Santa (1969)
  • La trinchera (1969)
  • ¿Porque nací mujer? (1970) - Josefa
  • El mundo del los muertos (1970) - Doña Damiana Velazquez / Alicia
  • Siempre hay una primera vez (1971) - (segment "Isabel")
  • Una mujer honesta (1972)
  • Los perturbados (1972) - (segment "La Búsqueda)
  • Manuel Saldivar, el texano (1972)
  • El Festín de la Loba (1972) - Gloria
  • La Choca (1974) - La Choca
  • Las Poquianchis (1976) - Santa
  • Balún Canán (1977) - Matilde
  • El mexicano (1977)
  • Los amantes frios (1978) - Jacinta (segment "El difunto al pozo y la viuda al gozo")
  • Las del talon (1978)
  • Tres mujeres en la hoguera (1979) - Mané
  • Cadena perpetua (1979) - Mujer de Pantoja
  • Las golfas del talón (1979)
  • Rigo es amor (1980) - La Tulipana
  • Con la muerte en ancas (1980) - Madre de Casey
  • Zorro, the Gay Blade (1981) - Don Francisco's Wife
  • Las Siete Cucas (1981)
  • Showdown at Eagle Gap (1982) - Señora Romero
  • Dulce espiritu (1986)
  • Amor a la vuelta de la esquina (1986)
  • Un asesino anda suelto (1991)
  • Marea suave (1992)
  • Playa azul (1992) - Señora
  • El ocaso del cazador (2017) - (final film role)

TV

References

  1. ^ Riera, Emilio García (1997-01-01). Historia documental del cine mexicano (in Spanish). Universidad de Guadalajara. ISBN 978-968-895-662-5.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2020-07-05. Retrieved 2020-07-05.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ Ana Pellicer. Pina Pellicer: luz de tristeza (1934-1964). "Ariane Pellicer, por su lado, habla de la herencia que le ha legado Pina."
  4. ^ "Murió de coronavirus la actriz Pilar Pellicer a los 82 años". Clarín. Retrieved 2020-05-16.

Bibliography

  • Agrasánchez Jr., Rogelio (2001). Bellezas del cine mexicano/Beauties of Mexican Cinema. Archivo Fílmico Agrasánchez. ISBN 968-5077-11-8.

External links

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