Scar-nominated actress Carmen Sevilla has died at the age of 89.
Spanish media outlet El Nacional said in a statement on Sunday that Carmen had died after a long battle with Alzheimer’s.
She is believed to have been with her beloved son, August Gusto Elguri, when she died at a residential building on Friday.
It was only five days before the beloved actress celebrated her 90th birthday.
Back in 2012, it was announced that the talented star was in a “very advanced” stage of Alzheimer’s disease.
The once-scorched actress, who once starred opposite Charlton Heston, was born in 1930 in Seville, Spain.
Carmen Maria del Carmen Garcia was Galistio but decided to shorten his name when he made it big in the showbiz world.
She rose to fame in 1948 after her debut role in Seville in Jal Lisco Sings.
Carmen then starred in several classic films and was nominated for an Academy Award for Vengeance for his discovery of Monica in 1962.
He also starred in several major films in the 1950s, such as NDVC in 1951 and Love and Desire and Imperial Violet in 1952.
The actress has survived her son Augusto.
She rests peacefully.
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