Margot Cottens (Margot Cottens)

Margot Cottens

Actress. She was born in Montevideo (Uruguay) and died in Madrid (Spain). After working in Montevideo on stage and television, she moved to Spain in 1960. Here, she developed the rest of her career on screen and stage, often in comedic roles. She appeared in “El Conde de Montecristo” (1953), “Margatira se Llama mi Amor” (1961), “Canción de Juventud” (1962), “El Grano de Mostaza” (1962), “Historias de la Televisión” (1965), “La Familia y Uno Más” (1965), “La Ciudad No Es Para Mí” (1965), “Las Que Tienen Que Servir” (1967), “Sor Citroen” (1967), “Cateto a Babor” (1970), “”Vaya Par de Gemelos” (1977). In 80s, she obtained a big success on stage in “Las Amargas Lágrimas de Petra Von kant.”  (bio by: José L Bernabé Tronchoni)

Born

  • January, 09, 1922

Died

  • January, 01, 1999

Other

  • Cremated

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