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Rosaura Revueltas (1910–1996)


A star in her native Mexico, Revueltas was branded a Communist and deported from the U.S. after making her one U.S. film, "Salt of the Earth" (1954), a Mexican-American film about striking miners. She continued her acting career in Mexico, and was also a dancer and author. In her later years she was a dance teacher and yoga instructor. See full bio »

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(age 85) in Cuernavaca, Mexico

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Known For

Salt of the Earth Esperanza Quintero
(1954)
Soledad's Shawl Madre de niño operado
(1952)
One Day of Life Mamá Juanita
(1950)
The Torch Actress
(1950)

Filmography

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 1977 Balún Canán
La nana
 1976 Lo mejor de Teresa
Tía Licha
 1954 Salt of the Earth
Esperanza Quintero
 1953 Sombrero
Tia Magdalena
 1952 Soledad's Shawl
Madre de niño operado
 1951 Los islas Marias
Rosa Suárez vda. de Ortiz
 1950 One Day of Life
Mamá Juanita
 1950 The Torch
 1950 Vuelve Pancho Villa
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Member of the jury at the Berlin International Film Festival 1986

Star Sign:

Leo

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