Who is Inés Moreno? Inés Moreno Bio/Wiki
Her daughter Andrea Barbieri confirmed to the press that the actress Inés Moreno, who was very successful in cinema, television, and theatre between the 1950s and 1980s, died in Buenos Aires at the age of 88 this Sunday, although she did not specify the causes of death.
Her real name was Dora Esilda Moreno, she was born in Buenos Aires in 1932, she debuted in the cinema in 1947 and it was far from the spotlight in the last two decades.
Owner of an authentic photogenic, talented and notable for her personal charms that led her to play important roles in the romantic genre and in comedy.
Lamentamos el fallecimiento de la actriz Inés Moreno, de amplia y reconocida trayectoria en cine, televisión y teatro. Acompañamos en el dolor a su hija, la actriz Andrea Barbieri, familiares, amistades y seres queridos. pic.twitter.com/X1eAid9PDX
— Asociación Argentina de Actores (@actoresprensa) December 21, 2020
She was 88 years old.
Moreno was married to Juan Carlos Barbieri, an actor with whom she had Andrea Barbieri’s daughter, who is also an actress.
She later divorced Barbieri and married Lucho Aviles, a Uruguayan journalist.
Her beauty was reflected in the covers of important entertainment magazines such as Radiolandia, Antena and TV Guía, where she followed the specifics of her career and private life, where she was married between 1957 and 1965 to the actor Juan Carlos Barbieri, Andrea’s father, and later to the journalist Lucho Avilés.
He made his film debut at the age of 18 with ‘La doctor Castañuelas’ by Luis José Moglia Barth, along with popular figures of the time, such as the gallant Roberto Airaldi, the dancer Alfredo Alaria, the actor Augusto Codecá and the Spanish María Antinea.
The title was followed by “Nocturnal scandal” (1951), with José Cibrián and directed by Juan Carlos Thorry, “Detrás de un largo muro” (1958), with Lucas Demare, with Lautaro Murúa, “Hay que bañar al nene” (1958), with Juan José Míguez, and “Isla brava” (1958), with Elsa Daniel and Alberto Argibay, with Mario Soficci.
In 1957, in the cycle “Tales for the Elderly” he made his debut on the old Channel 7, an activity that later became very favorable with “Masterpieces of Terror,” created by Narciso Ibáñez Menta, “Eight Stars in Pursuit of Love,” “The Beast He Did Not Die,” also by Ibáñez Menta, who in 1981 personified Adolfo Hitler, and “Laura Mía.
The actress Inés Moreno was dead, as LA NACIÓN confirmed, by her daughter Andrea Barbieri. Over the weekend, the recalled film, television, and theater artist passed away.
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