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Also Known As: Died: July 5, 2002
Born: January 16, 1924 Cause of Death: Suffered from lung and heart aliments
Birth Place: Mexico Profession: Cast ...
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1943:
Feature acting debut in the Mexican film "No Maturas"
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Worked as a motion picture columnist for publications in Mexico
1951:
First US film, "The Bullfighter and the Lady"
1952:
Delivered fine performance as Gary Cooper's former mistress in the acclaimed Western "High Noon"
1954:
Earned a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination for her turn as Spencer Tracy's wife in "Broken Lance"
1960:
Early TV credit, a guest appearance on "The Westerner"
1961:
Co-starred in "One-Eyed Jacks", directed by Marlon Brando
1962:
Had featured role in the biblical epic "Barabbas"
1969:
Made American network TV-movie debut in "Any Second Now" (NBC)
1971:
Co-starred in the ABC TV-movie "A Little Game"; last American TV dramatic appearance for ten years
1973:
Appeared in Sam Peckinpah's Western "Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid"
1977:
Returned to Mexican films in "El Elegidio" and "Los Albaniles"
1981:
Had featured role in the NBC miniseries "Evita Peron" (NBC); first American network role in a decade
1984:
Acted in "Under the Volcano", helmed by John Huston
1984:
Portrayed Paul Rodriguez's mother on the short-lived ABC sitcom "a.k.a. Pablo"
1989:
Last film for nearly a decade, "The Fearmaker"
1998:
Returned to features in a cameo appearances as a fortune teller in "The Hi-Lo Country" and the Spanish-language "Divine"

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