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Born Olga Adela Zubiarraín
October 30, 1929
Parque de los Patricios, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Died December 15, 2012 (aged 83)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Occupation ActressYears active 1943–1997
Known for first Argentine film with partial nudity
Notable work El ángel desnudo
Olga Zubarry (30 October 1929 – 15 December 2012) was a classic Argentine actress who appeared in films between 1943 and 1997. She made over 60 appearances in film, spanning six decades of Argentine cinema, but is best known for her work during the Golden Age of Argentine Cinema. Throughout her career, she received four Silver Condor Awards, two Martín Fierro Awards, a Konex Foundation Award and several others for her films and television performances.
She is credited with starring in the first film in Argentina, which featured nudity, though only her back was shown, and she repeatedly stated that she wore a flesh-coloured mesh and was not truly nude.