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Celia Gámez

Celia Gámez

Celia Gámez


Celia Gámez (Aug 25, 1908 – December 10, 1992) was a Argentian film actress, and one of the icons of the Golden Age of Spanish theatre golden era. She was more commonly known in the Spain of Franco´s particularly in her later years with The Protegida. She was born in Argentina. There is some dispute regarding date of birth. There is a large (but not unanimous) which means that she died on her 87th birthday. Some claim her birth although no actual evidence (such as a copy of either the birth or the death certificate). Read more on Last.fm
Celia Gámez (Aug 25, 1908 – December 10, 1992) was a Argentian film actress, and one of the icons of the Golden Age of Spanish theatre golden era. She was more commonly known in the Spain of Franco´s particularly in her later years with The Protegida. She was born in Argentina. There is some dispute regarding date of birth. There is a large (but not unanimous) which means that she died on her 87th birthday.

Some claim her birth although no actual evidence (such as a copy of either the birth or the death certificate). She said was a lover a great number of famous men, Millán Astray and King Alfonso XIII and others. Her father, was of Spanish descent and was educated in a convent and quite proud of that ancestry.From Argentina arrived Spain for money. She continued there for a beneficial act in 1926. She was a famous singer of tangos ans schottish.

She had one marriage in 1944 by her husband, José Manuel Goenaga. She never had children. Celia Gámez was discovered by businessman Salvador Videgain in Argentina actuing with Gloria Gúzman. Videgain hers presented with Las Castigadoras in 1927 in theathre Romea the most popular in Madrid. who would give him the opportunity of starring Las lloronas 1928.

The titles was gone Por si las moscas 1929,Las cariñosas 1930,Las pantorrillas,Gran clipper.In 1940th she starred in famous titles of revista and increased her popularity with such songs as Por la calle de Alcála (1932) and La Devoradora (1932); the latter making the actress the vamp of Spanish theathre in the 1940s.She created her company with famous names and unknows but famous in the future of theatre Tony Leblanc, Concha Velasco, Florinda Chico, Lina Morgan and Esperanza Roy. The titles famous was gone La cenicienta del palace, Yola, Si fausto fuera faustina, Rumbo a pique, Fin de semana, Hoy como ayer, Gran revista, La estrella de Egipto, Dolares, Hechicera en palacio, El aguila de fuego, Su excelencia la embajadora,La estrella trae cola 1960 and Mami llevame al colegio with Angel de Andrés, 1964 version of Leand Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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