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Princesa Yamal

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Princesa Yamal
Isabel Camila Masiero

OccupationVedette, actress, dancer
Years active1974–present

Isabel Camila Masiero (born in Mendoza, Argentina), better known by her stage name Princesa Yamal, is a Mexican vedette, actress and dancer of Argentine origin. She was one of the most popular Mexican vedettes during the 1970s and 1980s.


She arrived to Mexico in 1977 contracted by Ramón Bugarini, famous businessman of the time. At that time she worked in Panama, where she starred as main star in the famous Playboy nightclub. Before settling in Mexico, she had offers to work in Japan, Milan and Miami. She refused to work in Italy, since one of her uncles was a priest in that country.[1][2] She debuted in Mexico City in the famous nightclub El 77, sharing credits with the also vedette Amira Cruzat. The show of PrincesaYamal was different from those presented in Mexico at that time. Her specialty was the Arab dances. Yamal is an Arabic word meaning beauty. She also participated in some films of the called Mexican sex comedy, as well in the popular magazines of that time.

In 1985, the vedette was involved in the robbery of the National Museum of Anthropology of Mexico and purged a two-year prison sentence.[3]

Currently, Princesa Yamal is located in Acapulco, where she perform beauty treatments.

In 2016, Princesa Yamal, along with other vedettes like Olga Breeskin, Rossy Mendoza, Lyn May and Wanda Seux stars in the documentary film Beauties of the Night, by the filmmaker María José Cuevas. In fact, Cuevas revealed that it was a meeting that she had with Princesa Yamal in 2006, which motivated her to realize the film project.[4]




  • Variedades de medianoche (1977)


  1. ^ YouTube: Interview with Princesa Yamal and Wanda Seux for the film Beauties of the Night
  2. ^ YouTube: La historia detrás del mito, Mexican Vedettes TV Azteca, México
  3. ^ El Universal: A Robbery in the Museum
  4. ^ " About the film "Beauties of the Night"". Archived from the original on 2017-01-10. Retrieved 2017-01-10.

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