Lola Cardona (Lola Cardona)

Lola Cardona

Stage and Screen Actress. She was born in Valencia (Spain) and died in Madrid (Spain). She began her career on stage, becoming one of the most important stage actresses in Spain. She appeared in more than 50 plays such as “El Milagro de Anna Sullivan,” “El Tragaluz,” “Hay que Deshacer la Casa” and “Los Verdes Campos del Edén.” On Television, she played in “Historias de Juan Español” and stage program Estudio 1 with “La Dama Vestida de Blanco” and “El Libro del Buen Amor”, among others. Also, she is remembered in cinema for films such as “La Venganza de Don Mendo” (1961), “La Prima Angélica” (1974), “Los Ojos Vendados” (1978), “El Sur” (1983), “¡Átame!” (1990), “La Luna Negra” (1990), “Gitano” (2000) and “Valentín” (2002), her last film. In 2001, she received the Stage Award of Generalitat Valenciana and a Special Award for all her career during the XXV Mostra de València-Cinema del Mediterrani. Cause of death: Cancer.  (bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni)


  • June, 27, 1936


  • January, 01, 2006

Cause of Death


  • Cementerio de El Pardo
  • Madrid
  • Spain

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