Carmen Sevilla  

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Carmen Sevilla (born October 16 1930 in Seville) is a popular Spanish actress, singer and TV presenter. She made her film debut in 1948 in Jalisco Canta en Sevilla. Other roles include Academy Award nominee La venganza (film) , Buscando a Mónica (1962) and the 1956 French film Don Juan.

She played Mary Magdalene in Nicholas Ray's King of Kings (film). In 1972 she played Octavia in the English-language film Antony and Cleopatra, directed by Charlton Heston.

She received a Círculo de Escritores Cinematográficos (Cinema Writers Circle) lifetime award in 2004.




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