Amparo Baró

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Amparo Baró

Amparo Baró y su director Víctor Nores (cropped).JPG
Baró in 2012
Amparo Baró San Martín

(1937-09-21)21 September 1937
Barcelona, Spain
Died29 January 2015(2015-01-29) (aged 77)
Madrid, Spain
Years active1957–2013
AwardsGoya Award for Best Supporting Actress
2007 Siete mesas de billar francés

Amparo Baró San Martín MML (21 September 1937 – 29 January 2015) was a Spanish actress. She starting working in theatres with Adolfo Marsillach. She first garnered critical and popular acclaim for her role as "Sole" in 7 Vidas. Her career spanned more than 50 years. She worked on stage, as well as in films and television.


She discovered her vocation when her brothers took her to the theater, and 20 years later, she debuted on stage. This started the career of this fine, young-faced actress with roles in stage and in film distribution. After completing high school at a young age, she began her artistic activities, integrating into several groups of amateur theater in her native Catalonia. Her professional debut was on stage along with Adolfo Marsillach, in Windsor Theater (Barcelona), in 1957.

She was honored numerous times for her work. On 7 December 2007, the Council of Ministers of Spain presented her with the Gold Medal for Merit in Work. She died from cancer, aged 77, in 2015.[1]


Amparo Baró (number3) with the actors of El Internado (2007).


  • Gold Medal of Merit in Labour (Kingdom of Spain, 7 December 2007).[2]


  1. ^ Notice of death of actress Amparo Baró,; accessed 29 January 2015.(in Spanish)
  2. ^ Boletín Oficial del Estado

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