Rosa María Vázquez
|Rosa María Vázquez|
|Born||Rosa María Vázquez Bustamantes
5 August 1943
Tulancingo, Hidalgo, Mexico
|Other names||Antonia Daneem|
Rosa María Vázquez Bustamante (born 5 August 1943) is a Mexican actress of film and television. A native of Tulancingo, Hidalgo, she made her film debut at the age of six in Emilio Fernández's The Torch (1950) starring Paulette Goddard and Pedro Armendáriz. She studied acting for three years at the National Association of Actors' Film Academy of Radio and Television, and was given her first starring role opposite Cantinflas in El padrecito (1964), her most famous film.
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