Ada Carrasco

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Ada Carrasco
Born (1912-09-14)September 14, 1912
Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico City, México
Died April 5, 1994(1994-04-05) (aged 81) (Heart Attack)
Mexico City, México
Years active 1952-1994

Ada Carrasco (14 September 1912 – 5 April 1994) was a Mexican film and television actress. She started her career as an actress in 1952, and went on to make over 38 soap operas, including Los Ricos También Lloran, with Verónica Castro in 1979, Rosa Salvaje in 1987, De Frente al Sol in 1992, Más Allá del Puente in 1994, and finally, her last soap opera was made in 1994 in Marimar with Thalía. She died of a heart attack on 5 April 1994.

She is also known for various film appearances from Two Mules for Sister Sara (1970) where she was given a supporting role, to OK Mister Pancho (1981) where she starred as a woman who traveled to the United States with María Elena Velasco's character of La India María.

Mother of the also actress Malena Doria and great-grandmother of the actress Andrea Escalona.

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