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Biography

Silvia Tortosa Eulalia Lopez, known as Silvia Tortosa, was born in Barcelona, Spain on the 8th of March, 1947. She debuted in the theater medium at age 15 with the role of Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz and in movies at age 19 in the movie El último sábado. A few months later she first appeared on TVE, where she would develop a prolific career, both in her roles as presenter and as actress. In the 1970s she appeared in several mainly commercial movies including Horror Express, Asignatura pendiente, Tobi, and La chica del molino rojo.

Silvia Tortosa's popularity is predominantly due to her prolonged career in television, beginning very young in the late 60s and extending up to the present. She was a presenter of the musical show Aplauso and also acted in several hit shows such as Curro Jiménez, La huella del crimen, Hostal Royal Manzanares, and Farmacia de guardia among others.

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