Birth December 13, 1960 (62 years old)
Occupation Tango Dancer, Vedette
Cecilia Narova (Morón, Buenos Aires, December 13, 1960) is a prominent Argentine tango dancer and vedette known worldwide for integrating the cast of the show Tango Argentino, which premiered in 1983.
Cecilia Narova was born in Morón, in the suburbs of Buenos Aires, in 1960. At 7, she entered the Morón Dance School, graduating as a teacher at 13. She made her debut at the then-called Teatro Cómico (now Lola Membrives) in the Chúcaro and Norma Viola ballet, the most important of Argentine folk dance, in a show directed by Mariano Mores. She, always with the ballet, later participated in the show Vidala para un Gaucho Cobarde and, in 1974, again in the presentation of the Mores show, this time in Mar del Plata.
In 1975 the Chúcaro ballet toured Europe, which had financial problems. At the age of 15, she then decided to separate from ballet with five other classmates to form the Grupo Malón Argentino.
In Spain, the Spanish businessman Ricardo Ferrante hired her in 1976 to integrate the renowned magazine Mujeres con sexy-boom, directed by Tony Leblanc, with the first vedette Mary D’Arcos and the comedians Antonio Funes and Cañito, among other figures. That same year I also worked on several television programs in Spain.
In 1979 she returned to Argentina, being selected by Antonio Gasalla for his show at the Teatro Maipo, a show that 1981 would have Claudio Segovia as set designer and costume designer. She was also hired to work with Jorge Porcel on television.
By 1980 she was a well-known figure and was indicated as “the future great vedette discovered by Antonio Gasalla”.
In 1983 she was chosen by Claudio Segovia and Héctor Orezzoli to integrate the cast that premiered the successful show, Tango Argentino. She remained in the cast until 1985, shortly before its Broadway opening.
In the 1990s, he acted in television series and films: La marca del deseo (1994), a TV series by Emilio Alfaro, the comedy Hay fiesta en el Conventillo (1995) by Jorge Porcel and Tango (1998) by Carlos Saura.
In the latter, she stars in a memorable and suggestive dance scene with Mía Maestro, dancing with “Tango Lunaire” by Lalo Schifrin. Maestro is dressed in white and Narova in black, and they both end up kissing.
1984: “Kain del planeta oscura”
1995: “Hay fiesta en el conventillo”
2005: “Cargo de conciencia”
1988: “Las gatitas y ratones de Porcel”
1995: “La marca del deseo”
2000: “Amor latino”
2006: “Afectos especiales – Tributo al Teatro de Revista”
1976: “Mujeres con sexy-boom” – en España junto a Mary D´Arcos, Antonio Funes, Cañito y elenco.
1979: “El Maipo es el Maipo y Gasalla es Gasalla” – Teatro Maipo junto a Antonio Gasalla, Claudia Lapacó, Reina Reech, Pedro Sombre, Alejandra Aquino, Alfredo Jiménez, Camila Perissé, Adrián Zambelli, Enrique Brown, Cristina Allende, Humberto Bracalente, Violeta Millán y Oscar López Ruiz.
1982: “La mariposa en el Maipo” – Teatro Maipo junto a Tato Bores.
1983: “Tango argentino” – Teatro Chátelet de Paris junto a Horacio Salgán, Ubaldo De Lio, María Graña, Raúl Lavié, Roberto Goyeneche, Jovita Luna, Elba Berón, Juan Carlos Copes, María Nieves, Mayoral, Elsa María, Nélida y Nelson, Virulazo y Elvira, Mónica y Luciano y Los Rivarola.
1995: “Viva la revista en el Maipo” – Teatro Maipo junto a Emmanuel, María José Gabín, Cutuli, Cris Miró, Edda Díaz, Gustavo Bertuol y elenco.
2006: “Tango y algo más” – Teatro Brodway junto a Guillermo Marcos, Sergio López, Alberto del Solar y Patricia La Sala.
2016: “La noche de los 200 años” – Espectáculo multimedia en la Plaza Vaticano de Buenos Aires junto a Maximiliano Guerra, Les Luthiers, César Isella, Raúl Lavié, David Lebón, Sandra Mihanovich, Tomás Lipán, Opus 4, Haydée Dabusti, Ballet Folclórico Sentires, Ballet del Teatro Colón y Coros Estable y de Niños del Teatro Colón.