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Helena Rojo

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Helena Rojo Famous memorial

Birth
Ciudad de México, Mexico
Death
3 Feb 2024 (aged 79)
Ciudad de México, Mexico
Burial
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Actress. Born María Helena Lamadrid Ruiz, she was a prominent Mexican actress whose career spanned decades. Originating as a model in the 1960s, she later transitioned into theater, honing her craft under renowned directors such as Carlos Ancira and José Luis Ibáñez. Rojo made her cinematic debut in 1970 with "El Club de los Suicidas," followed by notable roles in iconic films of the era, including the acclaimed Mexican horror film "Más negro que la Noche" (1974). Throughout her extensive career, she collaborated with renowned directors domestically and internationally, establishing her esteemed reputation in the film industry. Additionally, she made significant contributions to television productions, notably excelling in telenovelas like "El Privilegio de Amar" (1998) and "La Candidata" (2016). Her artistic versatility garnered numerous accolades and nominations, including Ariel Awards, TVyNovelas Awards, Bravo Awards, as well as esteemed recognitions such as the Laurel de Oro in Spain and the Califa de Oro. Beyond her achievements in acting, Rojo was also lauded for her contributions to theater productions and television series, leaving an indelible mark on the landscape of Mexican entertainment history.
Actress. Born María Helena Lamadrid Ruiz, she was a prominent Mexican actress whose career spanned decades. Originating as a model in the 1960s, she later transitioned into theater, honing her craft under renowned directors such as Carlos Ancira and José Luis Ibáñez. Rojo made her cinematic debut in 1970 with "El Club de los Suicidas," followed by notable roles in iconic films of the era, including the acclaimed Mexican horror film "Más negro que la Noche" (1974). Throughout her extensive career, she collaborated with renowned directors domestically and internationally, establishing her esteemed reputation in the film industry. Additionally, she made significant contributions to television productions, notably excelling in telenovelas like "El Privilegio de Amar" (1998) and "La Candidata" (2016). Her artistic versatility garnered numerous accolades and nominations, including Ariel Awards, TVyNovelas Awards, Bravo Awards, as well as esteemed recognitions such as the Laurel de Oro in Spain and the Califa de Oro. Beyond her achievements in acting, Rojo was also lauded for her contributions to theater productions and television series, leaving an indelible mark on the landscape of Mexican entertainment history.

Bio by: Shubham


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  • Originally Created by: Shubham
  • Added: Feb 4, 2024
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  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/263646173/helena-rojo: accessed ), memorial page for Helena Rojo (18 Aug 1944–3 Feb 2024), Find a Grave Memorial ID 263646173; Burial Details Unknown; Maintained by Find a Grave.