Sunday, May 7, 2023

Little Known Spaghetti Western Actors ~ Margarita Ándrey

 [These daily posts will cover little known actors or people that have appeared in more recent films and TV series. Various degrees of information that I was able to find will be given and anything that you can add would be appreciated.]

Margarita Ándrey was a Spanish film actress born in Madrid, Spain on September 19, 1926. She is the daughter of a Swiss government official who had settled in Spain. She obtained her elementary education in Madrid at the San Luis de los Franceses School and then in Burgos at the Saldaña convent. At the age of eighteen she decided to become an actress and debuted with a secondary role in her only Euro-western "El sobrino de don Buffalo Bill" by Ramón Barreiro, partially produced by her father. The following year she appeared in her first leading role in "Vientos de siglos ", by Enrique Gómez.

Over the next ten years, Margarita Andrey gained considerable fame and was an actress of some fame in Spanish cinema. Specializing in embodying roles of the modern girl, cheerful and sometimes also sentimentality, usually in new films by Enrique Gómez " La próxima vez que vivamos” (The Next Time we Live), "Extraño amanecer" (Strange Dawn), "El verdugo" (The Executioner) (1947), "La fiesta sigue" (The Party Continues), Tiempos felices" (Happy Times), "Veronica" and to a lesser degree of Jerónimo Mihura, brother of the mythical Miguel Mihura "Siempre vuelven de madrugada" (They Always Return at Dawn) and "Despertó su corazón") (Awakened Their heart).

After appearing in 20 films between 1944 and 1956. In 1955 she married and retired from the screen the following year.

If still living she would be 96 years old.

ANDREY, Margarita (Margarita Ándrey) [9/19/1926, Madrid, Madrid, Spain -     ] – film actress married ? (1955-    ).

The Nephew of Buffalo Bill – 1944 (Mariana Sheriff)

1 comment:

  1. It is not known if Margarita Andrey was married or if she is even still alive. I hate the Internet sometimes.