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Occupation  Actress
Name  Evita Munoz
Role  Actress

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Full Name  Eva Maria Munoz Ruiz
Born  November 26, 1936 (age 79) (1936-11-26) Orizaba, Veracruz, Mexico
Spouse  Hugo Macias Macotela (m. 1958)
Movies and TV shows  Cuidado con el angel, Nosotros los pobres, Ustedes los ricos, Las dos huerfanitas, Contra viento y marea
Similar People  Freddy Fernandez, Blanca Estela Pavon, Hugo Macias Macotela, Ricardo Blume, Ana Patricia Rojo

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Eva María "Chachita" Muñoz Ruíz (November 26, 1936 – August 23, 2016), known professionally as Evita Muñoz, was a Mexican actress, comedian, singer, and dancer. Her professional career began at the age of four, and she began performing during the golden age of Mexican cinema. She achieved major stardom in her fourth film, at age 6. For more than 75 years, 'Chachita' was recognized as a successful artist in cinema, television, theater, radio, nightclub, and circus shows.

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Career

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At a little under four years old, she shot her first motion picture, starting a career of starring roles as a child talent; beginning with a minor role in El secreto del sacerdote in 1941. After her second movie, ¡Ay Jalisco, no te rajes! (1941), she received the nickname "Chachita".

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Around 1944, her popularity in the movies led to her starting a radio career in the radio show La legión de madrugadores on the XEQ radio station. In 1947, she signed a contract with CBS in New York to star in the radio serial: Aventuras de una niña, which was broadcast in all Central and South America, and produced by Carlos Montalbán. During the mid-fifties, she played all the female roles in Panzón Panseco's radio sketches, along with Pedro Vargas, and Juan García Esquivel's orquesta (1957): "Ahora es la hora". And in the late fifties, she starred in the show El Risámetro.

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To promote her movie La Hija del Payaso (1946), in which she performed along with trained elephants and dogs. She learned to play the marimba and the xylophone. She made personal appearances with the Atayde Circus when she was only eight years old. During her teenage years, she costarred with Pedro Infante in the trilogy: Nosotros los pobres (1948), Ustedes los ricos (1948) and Pepe el Toro (1952), which jumpstarted a new cycle for Mexican cinema.

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She was invited by Pérez Prado as a mambo dancer for a tour all over the Philippine islands and Japan where she became a sensation. During that tour they also performed in USO shows during the Korean War for the Hispanic-American troops of soldiers.

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In the 1970s she played the role of "Sister Carmela", a novice nun in the Mexican versión of the soap opera Mundo de Juguete. In 1975, she starred in the varieties show Un hombre y una mujer with Fernando Allende. She appeared as a guest star in TV series such as: Columbo and I Spy. During the 1980s, she played the role of the witch Hermelinda Linda in several films. On television, she co-starred with Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo in the sitcom Dos mujeres en mi casa. In 1986, she co-starred in the sitcom Nosotros los Gómez.

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In the 1990s, she continued working in a series of soap operas for Televisa up to nowadays, as well as making films such as De lengua me como un plato. She played a nun from northern Mexico in Cambiando el destino with the band Magneto. In the 2000s, she has starred in several episodes of Mujer: Casos de la vida real produced and presented by Silvia Pinal and lent her voice to CGI animated characters.

2010s

In 2008, she played a role in Televisa's soap opera Cuidado con el ángel that was broadcast all around the globe and she wrapped-up the 2011 season of Sesame Street - Mexico. In 2016, "Chachita" is celebrating 75 years of an uninterrupted artistic career.

For her countless contributions to the: Television, Theater and Motion Picture industries: "Chachita"'s handprints have been embedded onto the Paseo de las Luminarias in Mexico City.

Personal life

Muñoz married to Hugo Macías Macotela at the age of 22 and had three children.

Muñoz died in Mexico City, Mexico on August 23, 2016 due to complications from pneumonia. She was 79.

Cinema

  • El secreto del sacerdote (1941)
  • ¡Ay Jalisco, no te rajes! (1941)
  • Beautiful Michoacán (1943)
  • Morenita clara (1943)
  • La pequeña madrecita (1944)
  • La hija del payaso (1946)
  • ¡Qué verde era mi padre! (1947)
  • Chachita la de Triana (1947)
  • Yo vendo unos ojos negros (1947)
  • Nosotros los pobres (1948)
  • Ustedes los ricos (1948)
  • Guardián, el perro salvador (1948)
  • The Two Orphans (1950)
  • El Cristo de mi cabecera (1951)
  • Los hijos de la calle (1951)
  • Los pobres siempre van al Cielo (1951)
  • La hija de la otra (1951)
  • Una calle entre tú y yo (1952)
  • Pepe el Toro (1952)
  • Padre Nuestro (1953)
  • La locura del Rock ´n Roll (1956)
  • El hombre que me gusta (1958)
  • Bajo el cielo de México (1958)
  • Mis padres se divorcian (1959)
  • Mi niño, mi caballo y yo (1959)
  • En cada feria un amor (1961)
  • Dos tontos y un loco (1961)
  • Gigantes planetarios (1965)
  • El dengue del amor (1965)
  • Cuando el diablo sopla (1966)
  • La muerte es puntual (1967)
  • La hermana Trinquete (1969)
  • Faltas a la moral (1970)
  • Cayó de la gloria el diablo (1972)
  • Peluquero de señoras (1973)
  • El padrino... es mi compadre (1974)
  • La palomilla al rescate (1977)
  • Las musiqueras (1981)
  • La casa prohibida (1981)
  • Vividores de mujeres (1981)
  • El barrendero (1981)
  • Los fayuqueros de Tepito (1982)
  • El que no Corre... Vuela (1982)
  • En el camino andamos (1983)
  • Máscara contra bikini (1984)
  • Los humillados (1984)
  • Romancing the Stone (1984)
  • Hermelinda Linda (1984)
  • El sinaloense (1985)
  • Agente 0013: Hermelinda Linda 2 (1986)
  • Día de madres (1988)
  • Dos machos que ladran no muerden (1988)
  • De lengua, me como un plato (1990)
  • Cambiando el destino (1992)
  • Serafín: La película (2001)
  • Meet the Robinsons (2007) (voice)
  • Soap operas

  • Gutierritos (1958)
  • Corona de lágrimas (1964)
  • El amor tiene cara de mujer (1971)
  • Mundo de Juguete (1974)
  • Ángeles sin paraíso (1992)
  • Bendita mentira (1996)
  • Gotita de amor (1998)
  • Serafìn (1999)
  • Nunca te olvidaré (1999)
  • Alma rebelde (1999)
  • Siempre te amaré (2000)
  • Contra viento y marea (2005)
  • Cuidado con el ángel (2008)
  • Como dice el dicho (2011)
  • Qué bonito amor (telenovela) (2012)
  • Situation comedies

  • Nosotros los Gómez
  • Dos Mujeres en mi Casa
  • Video theatre

  • 'The Imaginary Invalid' (or The Hypochondriac) "Le Malade imaginaire" by Moliere
  • Theatre

  • (1957) Fin de semana (Hay Fever), by Noël Coward
  • (1957) La casa de la primavera, de Fernand Millaud - Yolanda Lambert
  • (1958) Mujercitas (Little Women), by Louisa May Alcott - Jo March
  • (1959) Las cosas simples, by Héctor Mendoza
  • (1962) Despedida de soltera, by Alfonso Anaya B.
  • (1964) El segundo aire de mama y papa, by Alfonso Paso
  • (1966) Le pondremos talco al niño, by Jean de Létraz
  • (1967) Baby shower. Una fiesta embarazosa - Eugenia
  • (1972) Doce mil pesos por mi mujer - Carmen
  • (1974) Dos naufragos tras el pescado (La pequeña choza), by André Roussin
  • (1976) Travesuras de medianoche, by Anthony Marriot - Mónica Johnson
  • (1977) Se armó la gorda (Melocotón en almíbar), by Miguel Mihura
  • (1978) Fiebre de fin de semana (Hay Fever), by Noël Coward
  • (1979) Espíritu travieso (Blithe Spirit), by Noël Coward
  • (1980) Vidas privadas (Private Lives), by Noël Coward
  • (1981) El médico a palos (Le médecin malgré lui), by Jean Baptiste Poquelin "Molière"
  • (1982) Cueros y pieles, by Ray Cooney
  • (1983) Los amores criminales de las vampiras Morales, by Hugo Argüelles - Rosa Fulvia
  • (1984) Las modelos de Chachita
  • (1986) Vengan corriendo que les tengo un muerto, by Varelita
  • (1996) Fiebre de fin de semana (Hay Fever), by Noël Coward
  • (2001) Máscara contra cabellera, by Victor Hugo Rascón Banda
  • References

    Evita Muñoz Wikipedia


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