Years active 1964–present
|Name Carmen Salinas|
Role Mexican Politician
|Full Name Carmen Salinas Lozano|
Born October 5, 1933 (age 82) (1933-10-05) Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico
Spouse(s) Pedro Plascencia (1956-?) (his death)
Children Jorge Salinas, Pedro Plascencia, Maria Eugenia Plascencia
Parents Jorge Salinas Perez Tejada, Maria Eugenia Plascencia Salinas
Siblings Josefina Salinas Lozano, Esther Salinas Lozano, Gustavo Salinas Lozano
Grandchildren Valentina Salinas, Gabriela Salinas, Jorge Emilio Salinas, Santiago Salinas
Movies and TV shows Porque el amor manda, Triunfo del amor, Maria la del Barrio, Maria Mercedes, Under the Same Moon
Similar People Jorge Salinas, Elizabeth Alvarez, Pedro Plascencia Salinas, Maria Novaro, Silvia Pinal
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Carmen Salinas Lozano (born October 5, 1939) is a Mexican actress and politician associated with the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI).
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Salinas was born in 1939. She made her television debut in 1964 under the direction of Ernesto Alonso, appearing in such shows as La vecindad, La frontera (The Border) and El chofer (The Chauffeur). She also has appeared in plays, more than 110 movies and more than 30 television shows and has worked alongside actors and producers including Denzel Washington (in Man on Fire) and Juan Osorio. Other successful projects include her touring musical Aventurera.
In 1956, Salinas and spouse Pedro Plascencia gave birth to a son, Pedro Plascencia Salinas. He composed music, including notable compositions for the Necaxa soccer club, and for Televisa's newscasts, Noticias ECO and 24 Horas, and its coverage of the 1992 Winter Olympics. Plascencia Salinas died of cancer on April 19, 1994.
Political and legislative career
In an interview conducted with El Universal in March 2015, Salinas declared that she "had been a priísta ever since [she] had the use of reason".
In 2015, the PRI placed Salinas on its proportional representation list for election from the fourth electoral region, winning her a seat in the Chamber of Deputies for the LXIII Legislature of the Mexican Congress; Salinas serves on the Gender Equality, Radio and Television, and Health Commissions. Salinas, who only completed primary school, has the lowest educational level of all of the deputies in the legislature.