|Born||Gabriela Victoria Viñolas
March 18, 1907
|Died||April 25, 1993
Hollywood, Los Angeles, California
|Notable work(s)||El día que me quieras (1935)|
Rosita Moreno (March 18, 1907 – April 25, 1993) was a Spanish film actress who worked in Hollywood, Argentinian, Mexico, and Spaniard cinema. She was born Gabriela Victoria Viñolas in Madrid, Spain.
Moreno appeared in more than 30 films in a career that spanned more than 20 years, often travelling through several countries in quick succession. She made her screen debut alongside his father in the 1930 film Amor audaz, co-starring Adolphe Menjou. The same year she appeared in the Spanish-language version of Paramount on Parade, released by Paramount Pictures. In 1931, Moreno co-starred in Stamboul released by Paramount British.
In addition, she worked in other films with Richard Arlen (The Santa Fe Trail, 1930), Clara Bow (Her Wedding Night, 1930), Cary Grant (Ladies Should Listen, 1934), Mona Maris (Un capitan de Cosacos, 1934) and Noël Coward (The Scoundrel 1935), among others.
She made her last appearance in 1949 in an episode of The Clock, a suspense/anthology TV-series based on an ABC Radio Network series which ran from 1946 through 1948. In this episode she shared leading roles with George Reeves. Little is known about her after that point.
- "IMDb.com – Rosita Moreno profile".
- IMDb.com – Francisco Moreno (I) entry
- IMDb.com – Amor audaz (1930) entry
- IMDb.com – El día que me quieras (1935) entry
- IMDb.com – Tango Bar (1935) entry
- IMDb.com – Piernas de seda (1935) entry
- IMDb.com – The Santa Fe Trail (1930) entry
- IMDb.com – IMDb.com – Her Wedding Night (1930) entry
- IMDb.com – Ladies Should Listen (1934) entry
- IMDb.com – Un capitán de Cosacos (1934) entry
- IMDb.com – The Scoundrel (1935) entry
- IMDb.com – The Clock (1949–1952)
- IMDb.com – The Clock: Season 1, Episode 4 (28 Sep. 1949)