Lucha Moreno

Irma Gloria Ochoa Salinas (born 23 April 1939), commonly known as Lucha Moreno, is a Mexican singer and actress.[1]

Lucha Moreno
Born
Irma Gloria Ochoa Salinas

(1939-04-23) 23 April 1939 (age 82)
OccupationSinger, actress
Spouse(s)José Juan

CareerEdit

She debuted in films singing "La noche de mi mal" in Asesinos, S.A. (1957), starring Resortes and Kitty de Hoyos. She then starred in No soy monedita de oro (1959), with Fernando Casanova and Cuco Sánchez; El gato (1961), with Joaquín Cordero; Las hijas del Amapolo (1962), with José Elías Moreno and Carmela Rey; Aquí está tu enamorado (1963), with Antonio Aguilar, Flor Silvestre, and Manuel López Ochoa; Lupe Balazos (1964), with Julio Aldama; Escuela para solteras (1965), with an all-star cast; and Los dos apóstoles (1966), with Luis Aguilar. She also participated in telenovelas. With her husband, singer José Juan, she formed the successful duet Lucha Moreno y José Juan.

DiscographyEdit

SinglesEdit

Studio albumsEdit

  • Lucha Moreno (Orfeón 12-22)
  • Acuarelas provincianas (Orfeón 12-38)
  • Rancheras de siempre (Orfeón 12-52)
  • Ecos de la revolución (Orfeón 12-103)
  • Éxitos de Lucha Moreno (Orfeón 12-214)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Wilt, David. "Biographical Dictionary of Mexican Film Performers: "M" Part Four". The Mexican Film Resource Page. Retrieved 11 March 2016.

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