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Félix, María, 1914-2002

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Personal name headingFélix, María, 1914-2002
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Variant(s)Güereña, María de los Angeles Félix, 1914-2002
Félix de Berger, María, 1914-2002
Berger, María Félix de, 1914-2002
Birth date19140408
Death date20020408
Place of birthAlamos, Sonora, Mexico
Place of deathMexico City, Mexico
Profession or occupationActress
Found inMaría Félix, 1985: p. 9 (María de los Angeles Félix; b. 5/4/14 in Alamos, Sonora)
Una mujer llamada María Félix, 1993: t.p. (María Félix) p. 9, etc. (b. María de los Ángeles Félix Güereña; married several times, among them to Alex Berger; at that time, known as María Félix de Berger)
Quién es quién en el teatro y el cine español e hispanoamericano, c1990: p. 327 (Félix Güereña, María de los Angeles, Mexican film actress; b.1915, El Quiriego estate, vicinity of Alamos, Sonora, Mexico; pseud. María Félix)
María Félix página oficial, Nov. 18, 1998 (María Félix sang on tour with composer and ex-husband Agustín Lara; she also recorded two discs with him)
Classic images, July 2002: p. 46 (Maria Felix, d. Apr. 8, 2002)
Wikipedia, Apr. 30, 2013 (María Félix; born 8 April 1914; died 8 April 2002 in Mexico City; a Mexican actress, considered by many to be the most iconic leading lady of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema, known for her larger-than-life, tough film characters. She was nominated for five Ariel Awards, of which she won three for Enamorada, Río Escondido, Doña Diabla and a special Golden Ariel Award for her contribution to cinema. Her second husband was the famous Mexican musician and composer Agustín Lara. Her third husband was the Mexican actor and singer Jorge Negrete. Her last husband was a French banker, Alex Berger)
Invalid LCCNn 96044774 no 98019155