The 96-year-old actress Carmen Dolores died, RTP and Flash report that they mentioned director Carlos Avilez and informed director Jorge Silva Melo on social networks.
Carmen Dolores was born on April 22nd, 1924 in Lisbon and made her career in radio, reading poetry and radio theater, in cinema and theater. Copenhagen at the Teatro Aberto, staged by João Lourenço, was the play with which he left the stage in 2005 after 60 years of career.
He made his film and theater debut at the Teatro da Trindade, first with the film Amor de Perdição by Leitão de Barros, which was shown there for the first time in 1943, and staged two years later in Electra, An Envoy from the Gods, by Jean Giraudoux by Francisco Ribeiro (Ribeirinho).
In the cinema he took part in films such as The Woman of the Next or Ballad of Praia dos Dogs.
In 2018, the President of the Republic, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, decorated Carmen Dolores with the insignia of the Grand Officer of the Order of Merit.
That year the main room of the Teatro da Trindade was named after the actress who retired from the stage in 2005 after 60 years of career.
The degree of Grand Officer of the Order of Infante D. Henrique, conferred by the then President of the Republic Jorge Sampaio, the gold medal of the Lisbon City Council, the Sophia de Carreira Prize of the Portuguese Academy of Cinema and the António The Quadros Prize of the Theater is also included in the performances of the actress. With Lusa