Carmen Sevilla

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Carmen Sevilla
Alberto Closas y Carmen Sevilla.jpg
Sevilla with Alberto Closas in 1948
Born María del Carmen García Galisteo
(1930-10-16) 16 October 1930 (age 85)
Seville, Spain
Years active (1947–2010)

María del Carmen García Galisteo (born 16 October 1930) was a popular Spanish actress, singer and TV presenter. Her film roles include Academy Award nominee La venganza, Buscando a Mónica (1962) and the 1956 French film Don Juan.[1]

Carmen Sevilla was born in Seville. She made her film début in 1948 in Jalisco Canta en Sevilla, She joy great famous in the make The Troublemaker with Tony Leblanc. She played Mary Magdalene in Nicholas Ray's King of Kings. In 1972, she played Octavia in the English-language film Antony and Cleopatra, directed by Charlton Heston and in 1975 La muerte de un quinqui With Paul Naschy and Frank Braña.

She received a Círculo de Escritores Cinematográficos (Cinema Writers Circle) lifetime award in 2004.[2] In 2012, she was announced to be in a "very advanced stage" of Alzheimer's disease.[3] In 2015 it was reported that she no longer recognized her home.[4]

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