Norma Sebré is a former model, vedette, host, Argentine film, theater, and television actress.
Belonging to an upper-class family, she was the niece of Baron Emil Von Zorn.1 Norma Sebré began her career in the late 1960s as a runway model thanks to her impressive beauty and statuesque figure, displaying outfits from designers such as Before Garmaz. She then went on to the stage, but this time, as the second vedette of various shows of the revue genre, such as at the Teatro Maipo.
She became known in 1970 due to an advertisement for the “Carlos Gardel” cane in which she, thirsty, told her companion, “Will you lower the cane, Carlos?” Finally, before the public uproar, said the commercial was banned.
On the big screen, she played a few roles in Argentine cinema during the 1970s. She started with La colimba no es la guerra (1972) together with Elio Roca and Ricardo Bauleo; and culminating in her leading role debut in Yo maté a Facundo (1975), directed by Hugo del Carril, with Federico Luppi and José María Gutiérrez.
On television, she shone in some comedy shows such as Corrientes y Marrone (1973), together with José Marrone on Channel 13.
1978: Venus of fire (Spanish film).
1975: I killed Facundo.
1974: The possessed of Satan.
1973: the bad life.
1973: The desire to live
1972: The colimba is not the war.3
1973: Corrientes and Marrone…the corner of the magazine.
1973: the pacifier.
1974: round humor: four weddings four.
2013: A thousand two moments on TV (guest).