Margarita Lozano

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Margarita Lozano
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Margarita Lozano in Porcile (1969)
Born
Margarita de las Flores Lozano Jiménez

(1931-02-14) 14 February 1931 (age 87)
ResidenceBagnaia
OccupationActress
Years active1953-2007

Margarita Lozano (born 14 February 1931 in Tetuan) is a Spanish-born actress known for her career in Italian films. She has worked for Luis Buñuel in Viridiana, Sergio Leone in A Fistful of Dollars, Pier Paolo Pasolini in Pigsty, the Taviani brothers in The Night of the Shooting Stars, Kaos and Good Morning Babylon; Nanni Moretti in La messa è finita; and in Claude Berri's diptych Jean de Florette and Manon des Sources.

She worked with the theater director Miguel Narros in Fedra, by Miguel de Unamuno (1957); Three Sisters, by Anton Chekhov (1960); Fröken Julie, by August Strindberg (1961); La camisa, by Lauro Olmo (1962); El caballero de Olmedo, by Lope de Vega and La dama duende, by Pedro Calderón de la Barca.[1]

She returned in 1988 with Miguel Narros in the plays Long Day's Journey into Night, by Eugene O'Neill, and La vita che ti diedi, by Luigi Pirandello.[2][3] In 2007 she made her last appearance in the play La casa de Bernarda Alba, by Federico García Lorca, directed by Amelia Ochandiano.[4][5]

In May 2015 she was named Doctor honoris causa by the Universidad de Murcia.[6] She resides in a tomato plant in Bagnaia, Viterbo.[7]

Filmography[edit]

  • Younger Brother (1953)
  • Manicomio (1954)
  • Alta costura (1954) - Lina
  • Rapsodia de sangre (1958) - Isabel
  • Giovane canaglia (1958) - signorina Nicheli
  • Diego Corrientes (1959)
  • El Lazarillo de Tormes (1959) - Antona
  • Un ángel tuvo la culpa (1960)
  • Don Lucio y el hermano Pío (1960) - (uncredited)
  • Viridiana (1961) - Ramona
  • El hombre del expreso de Oriente (1962)
  • Teresa de Jesús (1962)
  • Los farsantes (1963) - Tina
  • Noche de verano (1963) - Novia de Pedro
  • El sol en el espejo (1963) - Engracia
  • Los Tarantos (1963) - Isabel
  • Un demonio con ángel (1963) - Sor Angustias
  • Los felices sesenta (1963)
  • El precio de un asesino (1963) - Beatriz Morales
  • A Fistful of Dollars (1964) - Doña Consuelo Baxter
  • Crimen (1964) - Doña Emilia
  • Amador (1966) - (uncredited)
  • Después del gran robo (1967)
  • 15 Scaffolds for a Murderer (1967) - Mrs. Cook, the Widow
  • Sardinia Kidnapped (1968) - Marras' mother
  • Diary of a Schizophrenic Girl (1968) - Bianca
  • The Lady of Monza (1969) - Sister Benedetta Homati
  • That Splendid November (1969) - Amalia
  • Pigsty (1969) - Madame Klotz
  • Baltagul (1969) - Vitoria Lipan
  • Il presidente del Borgorosso Football Club (1970) - Erminia
  • La vacanza (1971) - Ra
  • Un día en la vida (1973)
  • The Night of the Shooting Stars (1982) - Concetta
  • Kaos (1984) - Mariagrazia (segment "L'altro figlio")
  • The Mass Is Ended (1985) - Don Giulio's Mother
  • Jean de Florette (1986) - Baptistine
  • Half of Heaven (1986) - Abuela
  • Manon des Sources (1986) - Baptistine
  • The Moro Affair (1986) - Nora Moro
  • Good Morning, Babylon (1987) - The Venetian
  • Barbablù, Barbablù (1987) - Adele
  • Burro (1989) - Madre di Burro
  • The Sun Also Shines at Night (1990) - Sergio's Mother
  • Mima (1991) - Grandma
  • El infierno prometido (1992) - Remedios Luz
  • Con gli occhi chiusi (1994)
  • Nos miran (2002) - Luisa
  • Octavia (2002) - Doña
  • Napoleon and Me (2006) - Pascalina (final film role)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Con sendas representaciones de El caballero de Olmedo, de Lope, y La dama duende, de Calderón, culminó el V Festival Internacional de Sevilla" (PDF). Diario ABC (in Spanish). Sevilla: Vocento. 14 October 1958. p. 44. Retrieved 31 May 2012.
  2. ^ Bravo, Julio (3 February 1998). "Miguel Narros recupera nuevamente a la actriz Margarita Lozano para el teatro" (PDF). Diario ABC (in Spanish). Madrid: Vocento. p. 95. Retrieved 31 May 2012.
  3. ^ Torres, Rosana (4 February 1998). "El regreso de una de las grandes". El País (in Spanish). Madrid. Retrieved 31 May 2012.
  4. ^ Torres, Rosana (2 April 2006). "Que haga teatro no es un gesto de valentía sino de insensatez". El País (in Spanish). Prisa. Retrieved 31 May 2012.
  5. ^ Arco, Antonio (6 March 2007). "No me importa la fama, jamás la busqué". La Verdad (in Spanish). Vocento. Retrieved 31 May 2012.
  6. ^ Campus Digital (2 May 2015). "La actriz Margarita Lozano, nueva Doctora Honoris Causa por la Universidad de Murcia". Universidad de Murcia (in Spanish). Retrieved 28 October 2018.
  7. ^ Mora, Miguel (14 August 2001). "'He sido siempre una 'amateur' y lo sigo siendo'". El País (in Spanish). Prisa. Retrieved 28 October 2018.

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