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Malú Gatica

Malú Gatica

Chilean actor and singer
Malú Gatica
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Quick Facts

Intro Chilean actor and singer
Was Actor Singer Film actor
From Mexico Chile
Type Film, TV, Stage & Radio Music
Gender female
Birth 15 January 1922, Purén, Malleco Province, Araucanía Region, Chile
Death 10 August 1997, Santiago, Santiago Province, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile (aged 75 years)
The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Henrietta Maria de la Luz Boisier Gatica, known as Malú Gatica (January 15, 1922, Purén – August 10, 1997, Santiago) was a Chilean actress and singer.

Biography

With her parents, the journalist Roberto Gatica and Leonie Boisier, Gatica moved to New York in 1928 where she attended elementary and secondary school, as well as studying languages and music. Her first public appearance occurred as a singer at the age of 16 on NBC, where her father worked.

Later, in Buenos Aires, she studied theater at the Conservatoire Cunill Cabanellas. Her maternal grandfather was the French settler, French José Boisier Bourgeaux. In 1948 in the US, she married Eugene Fell, an American military attaché at the Mexican Embassy; they had a son, Leon. The marriage did not last long and she lost custody of her child. In 1995, she received the Orden al Mérito Gabriela Mistral, issued by the Ministry of Education of Chile in recognition of his outstanding and long career.

Filmography

  • Verdejo gasta un millón (1941) Chile
  • Verdejo gobierna en Villaflor (1942) Chile
  • Se abre el abismo (1944) Argentina
  • Seven Women (1944) Argentina
  • Amar es vivir (1946) Mexico
  • Los que volvieron (1946) Mexico
  • Todo un caballero (1946) Mexico
  • Ocho hombres y una mujer (1946) Mexico
  • El Prícipe del desierto (1947) Mexico
  • Príncipe del desierto (1947) Mexico
  • Extraña obsesión (1947) Mexico
  • El Casado casa quiere (1948) Mexico
  • Target Unknown (1951) US
  • The Lady and the Bandit (1951) US
  • Captain Pirate (1952) US
  • El Gran Circo Chamorro (1955) Chile
  • Sábado Negro (1959) Mexico
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