Rosángela Balbó

Rosángela Balbó (April 16, 1941 – November 3, 2011, born Rosa Angela Giovanna Balbó Rosso) was a Mexican-Italian born actress.[1] She was better knownfor the Mexican films Entre Pobretones y Ricachones, Como Gallos de Pelea, Los que verán a Dios and Los hipócritas.

Rosángela Balbó
Born
Rosa Angela Giovanna Balbó Rosso

April 16, 1941
Turin, Piedmont, Italy
DiedNovember 3, 2011(2011-11-03) (aged 70)
Mexico City, Mexico
NationalityMexican
Italian
OccupationActress
Years active1961–2011

BiographyEdit

Balbó was born April 16, 1941 Turin, Piedmont, Italy, the daughter of Félix Balbó and María Ana Rosso. She had a brother who died in an accident. As a consequence of the Second world war, in 1946, when she was 5 years old, with her family left Italy and settled in Argentina. As a child she dressed with her little friends and staged plays. She won a beauty contest that was performed on television as the "Reina de Villa del Parque". In this country she studied acting and made her debut in the Argentine film Amorina in 1961. This was followed by titles such as Buscando a Mónica, Los que verán a Dios and Los hipócritas. In 1967, she left Argentina and traveled to Mexico, where she finally settled, making her debut in the country in the film La perra, where she shared the scene with Julio Alemán and Carlos López Moctezuma.

She had many interests in telenovelas Pobre Clara, Juegos del destino, Alcanzar una estrella II, Acapulco, cuerpo y alma, Ángela, Tres mujeres, Siempre te amaré, Heridas de amor, and Las tontas no van al cielo. The last telenovelas in which she participated were Rafaela and La fuerza del destino.

DeathEdit

In 2010 Balbó was diagnosed with lung cancer, because of this she left her smoking habit which consisted of two daily packs of cigarettes. Balbó recovered and continued working, although in 2011 the cancer resurfaced aggressively and lodged in her left lung. Although Balbó fought against her illness, she finally lost the battle, on November 3, 2011.[2][3]

At the time of her death, Balbó served as president of the children nursery and kindergarten of ANDA, through the patronage of "Rosa Mexicano", where Rosángela had like friends to the actresses Yolanda Mérida and Marta Zamora.

She was veiled at a funeral parlor in Colonia San Rafael, and her remains were cremated and deposited inside an urn in a crypt near the ANDA building.

FilmographyEdit

Films, Telenovelas, Television
Year Title Role Notes
1961 Amorina Film
1962 Buscando a Mónica Film
Dr. Cándido Pérez, señoras Film
Dar la cara Film
1963 Los que verán a Dios Film
1965 Los hipócritas Film
La industria del matrimonio Film
1966 Villa Delicia: playa de estacionamiento, música ambiental Film
Hotel alojamiento Film
La gorda Film
Lucía Film
Las locas del conventillo Film
Ritmo, amor y juventud Film
1967 La perra Violeta Film
1968 Crimen sin olvido Film
Matrimonio a la argentina Film
La cama Mucama Film
1969 La muñeca perversa Film
El bulín Leticia Film
1970 Tres amigos Carmen Film
El hermano Capulina Beatriz Morales Film
1971 The Incredible Invasion Martha - mayor's wife Film
La hora desnuda Film
Cristo negro
1973 Entre pobretones y ricachones Film
1974 Pistolero del diablo Bertha Film
1975 Pobre Clara Lourdes Special appearance
1978 El patrullero 777 Film
1981/82 Juegos del destino Leticia Supporting role
1985 Mi querida vecindad Film
1988 El gran relajo mexicano Film
1989 Pánico en el bosque Film
Bandas guerreras Film
Pobres ricos Film
Mi compadre Capulina Film
1990 Mi vecina me fascina Film
Traficantes del vicio Film
El jardín de la paz Film
Dando y dando Film
Pacto de sinvergüenzas Film
Federal de narcóticos (División Cobra) Film
Alcanzar una estrella II Mariana Castellar Supporting role
1992 Carrusel de las Américas Bertha Supporting role
1993 Sueño de amor Marcela Special appearance
Hoy no circula Film
1994 Marimar Eugenia Special appearance
1994/06 Mujer, casos de la vida real Herself Various episodes
1995 María José Special appearance
1995/96 Acapulco, cuerpo y alma Claudia de San Román Supporting role
1997 Jóvenes amantes Juliana's mother Film
1998 Aunque seas ajena Film
¿Qué nos pasa? Herself TV show
1998/99 Ángela Esther Miranda Parra de Lizárraga Supporting role
1999 Reclusorio 3 Film
1999/00 Tres mujeres Rosa María Sánchez Supporting role[4]
2000 Siempre te amaré Constanza de la Parra Supporting role
El precio de tu amor Giovanna Special appearance
Por un beso Dr. Guzmán Special appearance
2001 Amigas y rivales Magdalena de Morell Supporting role
2002 La Otra Socorrito Recurring role
Así son ellas Martha de Corso Recurring role[5]
2002/03 Clase 406 Bertha Ponce Recurring role[6]
2004 Amy, la niña de la mochila azul Doña Perpetua de Betancourt Recurring role
2005 Sueños y caramelos Magda Recurring role
Piel de otoño Elvira Castañeda Recurring role
2005/06 Barrera de amor Cayetana Linares Supporting role
2006 Heridas de amor Rebeca Campuzano Vda. de Beltrán Supporting role
La fea más bella Herself Special appearance
2007 Destilando Amor Josephine Special appearance
2007/08 Al diablo con los guapos Mrs. Corcuera Special appearance
2008 Las tontas no van al cielo Margarita Lizárraga de Molina Supporting role
Mujeres Asesinas Giovanna Season:1, Episode:2, "Mónica, acorralada"
2009 Camaleones Marcela de Castillo Recurring role
Mar de amor Estefanía Peralta Recurring role
2009/10 Corazón salvaje Inés de Villarreal Recurring role
2011 Rafaela Sara Recurring role
La fuerza del destino Olga de los Santos Special appearance

TheatreEdit

  • Los árboles mueren de pie
  • Monólogos de la vagina
  • Mujeres juntas... ni difuntas

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Biografia de Rosángela Balbó en cinenacional.com
  2. ^ Muere la actriz Rosángela Balbó
  3. ^ Muere la actriz Rosángela Balbó
  4. ^ "Tres mujeres" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on February 3, 2003. Retrieved April 13, 2016.
  5. ^ "Así son ellas" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on April 13, 2003. Retrieved May 23, 2016.
  6. ^ "Clase 406" (in Spanish). alma-latina.net. Archived from the original on April 16, 2003. Retrieved May 22, 2016.

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