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Years active  1964–present
Name  Lola Herrera
Role  Actress

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Full Name  Dolores Herrera Aranz
Born  June 30, 1935 (age 80) (1935-06-30) Valladolid, Castilla y Leon, Spain
Awards  Indianapolis International Film Festival Special Jury Prize for Best Performance 2002 Sinfonia desconcertante TP de Oro Best National Actress 1977 Las Viudas 1979 La Barraca 1980 El Senor Villanueva y su gente Fotogramas de Plata Best Actress 2005 Solas 2006 Solas Premio Ercilla de Teatro Complete career in stages 2007
Spouse  Daniel Dicenta (m. 1960–1967)
Children  Natalia Dicenta, Daniel Dicenta Herrera
Movies and TV shows  Un Paso Adelante, Evening Performance, Love Can Seriously Damage, Cristina Guzman
Similar People  Daniel Dicenta, Natalia Dicenta, Hector Alterio, Silvia Marty, Josefina Molina
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Dolores "Lola" Herrera Arranz (June 30, 1935 in Valladolid, Castilla y León) is an awarded Spanish actress.

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Biography

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She was born in the Barrio de Las Delicias, Valladolid as Dolores Herrera Arranz. She started in the world of music, but in the 1950s, she went to Madrid and took part in her first movie El pórtico de la gloria (1953).

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In the 1970s, she took part in several theatrical plays for TVE. She was one of the habitual actors of the cast of Estudio 1 and collaborated with Chicho Ibáñez Serrador in Historias para no dormir (1968). She also worked as a voice actress in dubbing Spanish versions made in studios like Cineson or Exa (Madrid).

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She is mainly known for her appearances in television series like La casa de los líos El grupo or Un paso adelante, but she has taken part in several movies like El amor perjudica seriamente la salud, and in theatrical plays like Cinco horas con Mario, based in a Miguel Delibes novel.

She married the actor Daniel Dicenta (Manuel Dicenta’s son) in 1967. They had two children, Natalia and Daniel, before their divorce. Natalia Dicenta is also a famous actress, and they both have worked together in plays like "All About Eve" or Solas.

Theatre

  • Max de las artes escénicas, Solas in 2006,
  • Fotogramas de Plata, Solas in 2006
  • Fotogramas de Plata, Cinco horas con Mario in 2005
  • Premio Ercilla de Teatro for her complete career in stages.
  • TV

  • TP de Oro Best Actress for Las Viudas, 1977
  • TP de Oro Best Actress for La Barraca', 1979
  • TV career

  • Un paso adelante (2002–2005)
  • La casa de los líos (1997–2000)
  • Paraíso
  • El momento de la verdad (August 16, 2000)
  • El grupo (2000)
  • El Señor Villanueva y su gente (1979)
  • La Barraca (1979)
  • Las Viudas (1977)
  • El quinto jinete
  • Mister George (January 1, 1976)
  • El Teatro
  • Hay una luz sobre la cama (October 28, 1974)
  • Verano y humo (November 25, 1974)
  • Ficciones
  • Los ojos de la pantera (May 20, 1974)
  • Noche de teatro
  • Los tres etcéteras de Don Simón (May 3, 1974)
  • Historias de Juan Español
  • Juan Español, aprensivo (November 22, 1972)
  • Juan Español y Lolita (October 1, 1973)
  • Las doce caras de Eva
  • Acuario (January 1, 1972)
  • Del dicho al hecho
  • El que a hierro mata, a hierro muere (May 26, 1971)
  • Hora once
  • Yanko, el músico (May 6, 1971)
  • Adolescencia (February 19, 1972)
  • El recluta (March 11, 1972)
  • Las paredes oyen (October 29, 1973)
  • Juegos para Mayores
  • Gente divertida (March 1, 1971)
  • Sospecha
  • La trampa (November 9, 1970)
  • Mientras llega la noche (January 9, 1971)
  • La risa española
  • Todos eran de Toronto (June 20, 1969)
  • Qué solo me dejas (July 18, 1969)
  • Pequeño estudio
  • La herida (January 10, 1969)
  • Los zapatos (June 25, 1969)
  • El Premio
  • La saga (December 2, 1968)
  • Fábulas
  • El cuervo y el zorro (April 14, 1968)
  • Historias para no dormir
  • La casa (January 1, 1968)
  • El trasplante (March 15, 1968)
  • Las doce caras de Juan
  • Aries (December 2, 1967)
  • La otra música
  • La noticia (October 8, 1967)
  • Doce cuentos y una pesadilla
  • Por favor, compruebe el futuro (September 16, 1967)
  • Teatro de siempre, several theatrical plays from 1964 to 1978.
  • Selected filmography

  • Cristina Guzmán (1968)
  • La Graduada (1971)
  • The Cannibal Man (1972)
  • La próxima estación (1982)
  • Love Can Seriously Damage Your Health (1997)
  • References

    Lola Herrera Wikipedia


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