|Born||María Luisa Cela Molinero
March 4, 1946
|Occupation||Actress and model|
María Luisa Cela Molinero (born March 4, 1946), better known by her stage name Paloma Cela, is a Spanish actress and model.
She spent the next thirty years of her career performing mainly in Comedy films until the early 1990s where she began appearing more often in Sitcoms such as ¡Ay, Señor, Señor! and ¡Ala... Dina!. In 1998 she starred in the comedy series Tío Willy which was the first series in Spain starring an LGBT character.
In the early 2000s she performed in a couple of plays such as the 2002 version of La venganza de la Petra and the 2003 version of Anacleto se divorcia
Since the mid-00's she has only appeared in gossip programs such as Sálvame Deluxe where she found herself forced to defend herself from slanderous claims made about her by journalist Lydia Lozano.
- Forty Degrees in the Shade (1967)
- Tepepa (1968)
- Cry Chicago (1969)
- Love and Other Solitudes (1969)
- A Town Called Bastard (1971)
- The Legion Like Women (1976)
- Manuela (1976)
- Torrente 2: Misión en Marbella (2001)
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