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Born: June 29, 1957 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Cienfuegos, CU Profession: Cast ...
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1988:
Acted opposite Sean Penn and Robert Duvall in "Colors"
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Appeared in four feature films and ten soap operas in Venezuela before moving to the USA
2006:
Cast on ABC's "Desperate Housewives," as Gabrielle's mother, Lucia
2006:
Cast opposite Hilary and Haylie Duff in the comedy "Material Girls"
1998:
Co-starred in "Volaverunt", a historical drama directed by Bigas Luna speculating on why there are two versions of the Spanish artist Goya's painting "Volaverunt"
1962:
Family fled Cuba when Fidel Castro came to power; relocated to Venezuela when she was five (date approximate)
1998:
Hosted Spanish-language talk show for Telemundo
1989:
Starred in the NBC sitcom "One of the Boys"
1986:
TV-movie debut, "Blood Ties" (Showtime)
1984:
US film acting debut in "Moscow on the Hudson"; also sang
2000:
Cast as a dying woman in "Knockout"
1987:
Co-starred in the futuristic thriller "The Running Man"
1971:
Named Miss Teenager of the World
1990:
Played the female lead in "Predator 2"
2000:
Played the US Vice President in the thriller "Chain of Command" (aired on HBO in lieu of a theatrical release)
2000:
Had featured role as the sheriff's mistress in the TNT remake of "High Noon"
1995:
Made Broadway debut in title role of "Kiss of the Spiderwoman"; succeeded Vanessa Williams in the part
1998:
Played a TV talk show host in the Spanish-language feature "Shout Out/El Grito en el Cielo"
2000:
Portrayed the lesbian lover of a closeted performer in the E! Entertainment Television original comedy "Best Actress"
1995:
Reteamed with Olmos and director Young for "Caught"
1995:
Co-starred in the ABC miniseries "Texas"
1975:
Crowned Miss Venezuela
1996:
Starred as a Cuban immigrant bus driver taken hostage in the ABC fact-based TV-movie "Sudden Terror: The Hijacking of School Bus # 17"
1993:
Starred opposite Edward James Olmos in "Roosters", directed by Robert M Young; film released theatrically in 1995
1993:
Was one of the few actors of South American heritage cast in "The House of the Spirits", an adaptation of Chilean author Isabelle Allende's novel, starring Meryl Streep, Jeremy Irons, Glenn Close and Winona Ryder

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