Marga López

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Marga López
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Born Catalina Margarita López Ramos
June 21, 1924
San Miguel de Tucumán, Argentina
Died July 4, 2005(2005-07-04) (aged 81)
Mexico City, Mexico
Occupation Actress
Spouse(s) Carlos Amador (married twice: 1941, 1961; divorced twice)
Arturo de Córdova (1964–1973)
Children Carlos and Manuel
Parents Pedro López Sánchez
Dolores Ramos Nava
Relatives Juan, Miguel, Dolores, Pedro, María and Manuel (siblings)
Awards Ariel Award for Best Actress
1955 La Entrega
Ariel Award for Best Actress
1950 Salón México
Ariel Award for Best Actress
1948 Soledad

Marga López (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈmarɣa ˈlopes]; 21 June 1924 – 4 July 2005), born Catalina Margarita López Ramos, was an Argentine-born Mexican actress. Born in Argentina, she later acquired Mexican nationality.

Biography[edit]

Her parents were Pedro López Sánchez and Dolores Ramos Nava. She had six siblings: Juan, Miguel, Dolores, Pedro, María and Manuel. She debuted in show business in her home country as a child, with her siblings in the group known as Los Hermanitos López.

In 1936, they journeyed through Latin America including Mexico. There she met her future husband Carlos Amador, a cinema producer, whom she married twice, in 1941 and in 1961. They had two children, Carlos and Manuel. In 1964 she married actor Arturo de Córdova, who died in 1973. They acted together in Sinful.

She appeared in more than 80 movies in the Golden Age of the Cinema of Mexico, sharing credits with Pedro Infante, Ernesto Alonso, Tin Tán, Amparo Rivelles. She also appeared in many telenovelas, her last one being Bajo la misma piel.

Death[edit]

By 2005, she was an emphysema patient and had acute episodes of bronchitis. Reportedly, she was a chain smoker and did not give up tobacco until 2004. On Tuesday, 19 April 2005, she suffered a heart attack while undergoing a health check-up test at a hospital in Mexico City. She died on July 4, 2005, from cardiac arrhythmia.

Films[edit]

  • Salon México, 1949
  • Cri Cri el grillito cantor, 1963
  • Los Tres García (The Three Garcías) (1946)
  • Vuelven Los García (The Garcías Return) (1946)
  • Cartas Marcadas (Marked Cards) (1947)
  • Un Rincón Cerca Del Cielo (A Place Near Heaven) (1952)
  • Ahora Soy Rico (Now I Am Rich) (1952)
  • Los Gavilanes (The Sparrowhawks) (1954)
  • La Tercera Palabra (The Third Word) (1955)
  • Arm in Arm Down the Street (1956)
  • Nazarín (1958)
  • Hasta el viento tiene miedo (1968)
  • El libro de piedra (1969)


References[edit]

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

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