Lupita Ferrer

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Lupita Ferrer (born December 6, 1947) is a Venezuelan theater, film and television actress.

Ferrer was born Yolanda Guadalupe Ferrer in Maracaibo to Spanish immigrant parents. She became famous for her beauty (especially her large and expressive eyes) and her strong theatrical presence.

Ferrer has a strong theatrical background. She started at the age of 15 performing in Shakespeare's "Hamlet" as Ofelia. At the age of 18, then Venezuelan President Raul Leoni saw her performing in the piece "Dona Rosita La Soltera" ("Dona Rosita, the single one"), and impressed by her talent he granted her a scholarship in the famous N.Y.'s Actor's Studio, where she had Liza Minelli as a classmate, among other famous names.

In the 1960s Ferrer worked in many Mexican and Venezuelan-Mexican film co-productions next to iconic actors like Mario Moreno "Cantinflas", and during the 1970s worked in Hollywood movies sharing the screen with famous actors like Tony Curtis.

Her first telenovelas were Esmeralda, about a blind young woman, Mariana de la Noche (1975), about the forbidden love of Mariana Montenegro and Ignacio Lugo Navarro (José Bardina), María Teresa, a woman who goes insane after the loss of her little daughter, La Zulianita, and Cristal. She currently lives in Miami.

She was married to the American film director Hall Bartlett for 4 years, who cast her alongside Anthony Quinn and the legendary Dolores del Río in his film The Children of Sanchez...
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