Amalia Pérez Díaz

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Also Known As

  • Amalia Perez Diaz
  • Amalia Pérez Díaz

Date Of Birth

Place Of Birth

Mini-Biography

  • Her full Name was Amalia Muñoz De Pérez Díaz.
  • She started taking ballet the age of 5 in Lima, Peru. Later on she studied acting in Peru and her native Chile as well, and was part of the Agrupación de Artistas De La Compañía De Teatro y Comedia De Peru.
  • Arrived in Venezuela in 1952, where she took a television introduction course with teacher Bussalleu, and a theater course with instructor Alberto De Paz y Mateos.
  • Began her television career at [[Radio Caracas Televisión (RCTV) in 1953, where she hosted different shows, such as: 'Freddy y Sus Muñecos', 'Coney Island TV', 'Hogar y La Moda', 'Quién Es Quién', 'Meridiano Familiar' and others, as well as drama productions.
  • Continue to study in Europe: took an audiovisual technique course in Spain and a text diagnostic workshop in Italy.
  • Back in Venezuela, she enter the Fundación Academia De Artes y Ciencias Del Cine y la Televisión, where she studied film techniques.
  • Amalia Pérez Díaz was an acclaimed theater actress. She participated in many plays, including 'Séptimo Velo', 'Con Cuál De Las Tres', 'Celos', 'Luisa Cáceres De Arismendi', 'Siete Mujeres', 'El Baile', 'La Solterona Rebelde', 'La Dama Del Alba', 'La Herida Luminosa', 'Tovarich', 'Noche En Los Ojos', 'Cumboto', 'Un Tranvía Llamado Deseo', 'Cándida', 'Amorina', 'Manuel Piar', Calgula', 'Mi Querido Tormento', 'Tú y Simpatía', 'La Rosa Tatuada', 'Encuentro Fatal', 'Lo Que El Mayordomo Vió', 'La Balandra Isabel Llegó Esta Tarde', 'Su Voz Como Cómplice De La Radio'.
  • Her voice could be heard in radio-theater, in radio stations such as Continente, Radiodifusora Venezuela, Radio Caracas Radio, Ondas Populares, and Radio Rumbos, and she was the voice of a myriad of jingles and advertisements.
  • One of her greatest accomplishments is the acting legacy. She was the mentor of numerous performing stars. Her teaching career begun in 1976, but it was in 1980 when she joined the Fundación Academia De Artes y Ciencias Del Cine y la Televisión (RCTV).
  • Was married for 44 years (1940-1984 to Manuel Enrique Pérez Díaz, guitar player, composer and professor, to his death. They had three kids: Amalyn, Carlos and Manuel Antonio, who gave her six grandchildren: Manuel Alberto, Aaron, Heidy, Manuel Antonio, Yaimara and Andrea.
  • Died on December 23rd, 2003 at the age of 80, in Caracas, Venezuela. †

Filmography

Achievements

  • Awarded the 'Amiga De Venezuela' Award, given by the national critics.
  • Winner of the Premio Municipal De Teatro Avila, 'Guaicaipuro De Oro'. 'Meridiano De Oro', 'Meridiano de Platino', 'Mara De Oro', 'El Dorado', 'Venus De La Prensa', 'Tamanaco De Oro', 'Monseñor Pellín', 'Premio Nacional Del Artista' for her performance in the movie 'Disparen a Matar' in 1992; 'Premio Nacional Del Artista' for her trajectory on national television in 1993, and many, many others.

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