Maite appeared in many television productions in the 1960s, such as Studio 1, Front Row and Fiction, where some literary works of various authors were adapted; Foremost was “A Summer Nights Dream, by William Shakespeare made in 1971.
She made soap operas on television with Lola Herrera, Paco Valladares, Emilio Gutiérrez Caba, Silvia Tortosa and Andrés Mejuto. Her presence in Spanish Television was almost uninterrupted during the 1960s and 1970s. Her presence was also seen in televised theater plays. Estudio 1 broadcast varies series: “Mujeres solas” (1960-1961), “Chicas en la ciudad” (1962), “Rosi y los demás” (1963), “Primera fila” (1964), “Teatro de siempre” (1967-1970) and “Novela” (1964-1978). As Margaret Grayson she appeared in only one ‘Euro-western “Ride and Kill (1963) in the role of Eva.
Maite disappeared from the Spanish scene for over a decade to settle in Italy, and on her return she rejoined the cinema in films like “Los peores años de nuestra vida” (1994), “El perro del hortelano” (1996), “Sobreviviré” (1999) and “Las 13 rosas” (2007). On television she has appeared in “Doctor Mateo”, “Central Hospital” and “Amar en tiempos revueltos”.
Since 1977 she has been married to actor José Manuel Cervino [1940- ].
BLASCO, Maite (aka Margaret Grayson) (María Teresa Blasco Ranera) [12/3/1938, Madrid, Madrid, Spain - ] – TV actress, married to actor José Manuel Cervino [1940- ] (1977- ).
Ride and Kill – 1963 (Eva) [as Margaret Grayson]
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