Gloria Cámara was born on April 2, 1939 in Vigo, Galicia, Spain. After studying commercial expertise, her business starts before the Spanish Television cameras, with the help of Fernando García de la Vega in the musical scale program ‘Escala en hi-fi’, from 1963 to 1965. The popularity of the show allowed Gloria to intervene in other areas of a public broadcaster such as in ‘Teledomingo’ (1963), ‘La tortuga perezosa’ (1963), ‘Escuela de maridos’ (1964 with Elvira Quintillá) and ‘Cinco a la mesa’ (1965). Cámara played the role of Marta Camargo in the 1969 Euro-western “Outlaw of Red River” with George Montgomery.
Her acting career was confined to the small screen, having the opportunity to participate in televised theater plays including ‘Estudio 1’ and ‘Novela’.
In theater she appeared in “Historia de un adulterio” with Victor Ruiz Iriarte, “La tercera palabra” with Alejandro Casona, “La mujer del domingo” by Ted Willis. “Juegos de sociedad” with Games, Juanjo Alonso Millán and “Veneno active” with Lopez Rubio among others.
Gloria then focuses her career on dubbing. Her voice is the main female characters in the cartoon series “Dogtanian and the Three Musketeers” (voice of Juliette) (1982) and “The Around the World with Willy Fog” (the voice of Rommy) (1984) and City Hunter (1986). Gloria was heard as the voice of Dalia in the Euro-western “Black Jack” (1968) starring Robert Woods.
She dubbed into Castilian such actresses as: Jacqueline Bisset, Cybill Shepherd, Patricia Wettig, Debra Winger, Demie Moore, Julianne Moore, Julia Roberts, Susan Sarandon, Connie Selleca, Lolita Davidovich, Pauline Collins, Rita Hayworth and countless other film actresses. She then became a director of dubbing alternating dubbing and acting. Her last appearance was in the 2013 TV series ‘Familia’ in the role of Pili.
Today we celebrate Gloria Cámara’s 75th birthday.
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