Sara Garcia (Sara Garcia)

Sara  Garcia

Actress. She was born in Orizaba, Veracruz, Mexico. She become one of the most beloved actresses in Mexican cinema, and was best known as the Granny. She developed a prolific career on stage, cinema and television, appearing in over 200 films. Among others, she played in “Alma de Sacrificio” (1917), “Yo Soy tu Padre” (1927), “El Vuelo de la Muerte” (1933), “Marihuana” (1935), “Calumnia” (1939), “Ahí Está el Detalle” (1940), “Recordar es Vivir” (1940), “Las Tres Viudas de Papá” (1942), “Mamá Inés” (1945), “Sucedió en Jalisco” (1946), “La Miel se fue de la Luna” (1951), “The Living Idol” (1955), “El Malvado Carabel” (1960), “Un Rostro en el Pasado” (1960), “Los Dinamiteros” (1963), “Sor Ye-Yé” (1967), “Entre Monjas Anda el Diablo” (1972), “La Comadrita” (1975) and “Sexo Vs. Sexo” (1980). On television, she is best remembered in “La Duquesa,” “Mi Maestro” and “Mi Rival.” He died in Mexico city.

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Born

  • September, 08, 1895
  • Mexico

Died

  • November, 21, 1980
  • Mexico

Cemetery

  • Panteón Español
  • Mexico

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