Carmen Sevilla, born Mara del Carmen Garca Galisteo on October 16, 1930, dἰed on June 27, 2023. She was a Spanish actress, singer, and dancer. She began acting in the 1940s and remained one of Spain’s biggest movie stars until the 1970s when she retired.
She started her career in television broadcasting in 1991, at the age of sixty, and worked for three major Spanish networks until she retired in 2010. When she pἀssed away, she was one of the last remaining Hollywood and Mexican film industry legends from the 1930s and 1940s. To know more details about Carmen Sevilla deἀth below:
How did Carmen Sevilla Dἰe?
Spanish-born Carmen Sevilla, who played Mary Magdalene in Nicholas Ray’s 1961 Biblical epic King of Kings, pἀssed away on Tuesday (27 June) at a hospital in Madrid from complications related to Alzheimer’s dἰsease and pneumonia.
Her son notified the new Europa Press agency of his mother’s pἀssing. Sevilla, who was born in Seville, Spain, started out in the entertainment industry as a dancer in the 1940s before making the transition to film acting later that decade. In the 1950s, she rose to fame as a leading actress in Spanish cinema.
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Yesterday, June 27, the famous and beloved Spanish actress and singer Carmen Sevilla passed away at the age of 92. You will always be in our hearts. Rest in peace. 🙏💔 pic.twitter.com/jrv4U6l70u
— Harry (@Harry93711648) June 28, 2023
After acting in Juan Antonio Bardem’s 1958 La Venganza (Vengeance), which became the first Spanish film to be nominated for a Best Foreign Language Film Oscar, she became a global star.
With her role as Mary Magdalene in King of Kings, opposite Jeffrey Hunter’s Jesus, Sevilla gained greater recognition in the United States. Eleven years later, she co-starred with Charlton Heston as Octavia in the badly reviewed epic film Antony and Cleopatra.
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Her success as a film actress in Spain persisted throughout the decade of the 1970s. Sevilla rose to prominence as a TV host in Spain in the 1990s and early 2000s, but after being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2009, she became less active in the media. It was stated last year that she was in a very severe stage of the dἰsease.
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