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Rosario Gálvez

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Rosario Gálvez
Rosario Doblado Gálvez

(1926-10-15)October 15, 1926
DiedSeptember 17, 2015(2015-09-17) (aged 88)
Spouse(s)Luis Aguilar (1957–1997)
ChildrenRoberto, Luis Roberto
AwardsTVyNovelas Best Leading Actress (1988)

Rosario Gálvez (October 15, 1926 – September 17, 2015[1]) was a Mexican actress. She was married to Luis Aguilar, "El Gallo Giro", one of the icons of the golden age of Mexican cinema, from 1957 until his death in 1997.[2]


Rosario Gálvez became known in the 1950s for acting in several films such as Salón de belleza, Cuando me vaya, and Para siempre. In the 1960s she acted in films such as El correo del norte, La máscara de la muerte,[1] and Los cuatro Juanes. In 1965 she appeared in her first telenovela: El abismo. In the 1970s, Gálvez acted in the films Cristo 70 [es] and Mama Dolores,[3] while also appearing in telenovelas such as Ven conmigo and Doménica Montero.[3]

During the 1980s, she acted in several telenovelas, such as Bodas de odio and Victoria. In the 1990s she acted in the telenovelas Prisionera de amor and Mi pequeña traviesa, and in 1997 returned to film in Reclusorio.[3] Her last performance was in 2000 in an episode of the television series Mujer, Casos de la Vida Real. That same year, Rosario Gálvez wrote a book about her childhood and her marriage to the actor and singer Luis Aguilar, who died in 1997.[1] The inspiration for that book, ¿Cuentas de un rosario?, was the death of her husband, which was very painful for her.[4] Gálvez had already retired from acting for several years. She died from pneumonia in Mexico City at age 88.[3]



  • Salón de belleza (1951) .... Elvira
  • Sentenciado a muerte (1951)
  • Amor, qué malo eres! (1953)
  • Cuando me vaya (1954)[3]
  • El joven Juárez (1954)
  • La entrega (1954) .... Friend of Julia
  • Maldita ciudad (1954)
  • ¿Mujer... o fiera? (1954)
  • Los paquetes de Paquita (1955)
  • La gaviota [es] (1955) .... Leonor
  • Para siempre (1955) .... Susi
  • La culpa de los hombres (1955)
  • La Diana cazadora (1957)
  • Sabrás que te quiero (1958)
  • Ando volando bajo (1959)
  • Flor de canela (1959)
  • Mi niño, mi caballo y yo (1959)
  • El correo del norte (1960)
  • La máscara de la muerte (1961)
  • Tres tristes tigres (1961)
  • La trampa mortal (1962)
  • Atrás de las nubes (1962) .... Married woman
  • Los cuatro Juanes (1966) .... Sabina
  • El comandante Furia (1966)
  • La puerta y la mujer del carnicero (1968) .... Party guest (segment "La puerta")
  • La marcha de Zacatecas (1969)
  • Cristo 70 [es] (1970)
  • Mama Dolores (1971)
  • Reclusorio (1997) .... Judge (segment "Eutanasia o asesinato")


Television series


Event Category Telenovela Result
1984 TVyNovelas Awards Best Antagonist Actress Bodas de odio Nominated
1988 TVyNovelas Awards Best Leading Actress Victoria Winner[3]


  1. ^ a b c "Muere la actriz Rosario Gálvez" [Actress Rosario Gálvez Dies]. El Universal (in Spanish). Mexico City. Notimex. September 17, 2015. Retrieved November 8, 2017.
  2. ^ Arturo de Alba, Gustavo (October 24, 2012). "Luis Aguilar 'El Gallo Giro' murió hace 15 años" [Luis Aguilar 'El Gallo Giro' Died 15 Years Ago]. Crisol Plural (in Spanish). Retrieved November 8, 2017.
  3. ^ a b c d e f "Rosario Gálvez, actriz que deja huella en el cine y la televisión" [Rosario Gálvez, Actress Who Left Her Mark in Film and Television] (in Spanish). Notimex. September 17, 2015. Archived from the original on September 25, 2015. Retrieved November 8, 2017.
  4. ^ Mendoza González, Jessica (May 31, 2000). "Escribió Rosario Galvez su vida" [Rosario Galvez Writes Her Life]. El Universal (in Spanish). Retrieved November 8, 2017.

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