1975 El love feroz o Cuando los hijos juegan al amor María José (as Carmen G. Maura) 1975 Symposium para la paz (TV Movie) Traductora (as Carmen Garcia Maura) 1975 La encadenada Nun
With Tigres de papel (1977) she had her first successful appearance on the movie screen and thereafter she worked at the theatre, the movies and in TV productions. Although she played dramatic roles, too, her most important genre has always been the comedy, e.g. Coarse Salt (1984), Sé infiel y no mires con quién (1985) or Dear Nanny (1986).
- September 15, 1945
Carmen Maura, the movie star: Martin Provost: Vivir después: Carlos Galettini: 1998 Alice y Martin: Jeanine: André Téchiné: 1999 Lisbon: Berta: Antonio Hernández: Goya Award Nominated, with Sergi López and Federico Luppi: 2000 La comunidad: Julia: Alex de la Iglesia: Goya Award and Silver Seashell award winning 2001 El palo: Maite: Eva Lesmes
Carmen Maura. Highest Rated: 100% Law of Desire (1987) Lowest Rated: 4% Hemingway's Garden of Eden (2008) Birthday: Sep 15, 1945. Birthplace: Madrid, Spain. Actress Carmen Maura worked for over a...
This 1985 Spanish film reveals one of the many terrible aspects of 16th century Spain, still plagued by the radical Christian Inquisition, one of a plethora of difficulties Spaniards faced at the time. Spanish super star Carmen Maura plays a nun who agrees to a selfless scam, a fake stigmata, only to avoid separation from her lover, another nun.
Winner. Lifetime Achievement Award. 2009. Nominee. Award of the Spanish Actors Union. Film: Lead Performance, Female (Protagonista Cine - Categoría Femenina) Que parezca un accidente (2008) 2007. Nominee.
"Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown", "Volver", "Law of Desire", "What Have I Done to Deserve This?", & "Tetro" are on The Best Movies Starring Carmen Maura on Flickchart. The Best Movies Starring Carmen Maura - Flickchart