Aguilar, Amalia ((Amalia Rodríguez Carriera)

(1924 - )
   Cuban "rumbera" who came to Mexico in 1944; on-screen from the late '40s through the early '50s, mostly in comedies where her feisty but good-natured personality could be utilized to best advantage. Retired from performing in the late 1950s to get married; moved to Lima, Peru to raise a family. Came back to Mexico but did not resume performing until the mid-1970s. In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Aguilar made guest appearances in several movies, including "Dame tu cuerpo."

Biographical Dictionary of Mexican Film Performers. . 2012.

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