Lupe Velez

 

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María Guadalupe Villalobos Vélez, known professionally as Lupe Vélez, was a Mexican film actress. Vélez began her career in Mexico as a dancer in vaudeville, before moving to the U. S. Vélez soon entered films, making her first appearance in 1927 in the film The Gaucho. By the end of the decade she had progressed to leading roles. She worked with film directors like D. W. Griffith, Cecil B. DeMille, Victor Fleming and William Wyler among others. With the arrival of talkies, Vélez's career took a turn towards comedy. Her characterization of the temperamental, explosive, rebellious and irreverent Latina woman gave her enormous popularity. She enjoyed immense popularity among Hispanic audiences and also made some films in Mexico. Some of her most memorable films are Lady of the Pavements, The Wolf Song, Palooka, Laughing Boy, Hollywood Party and the series of films created especially for her: Mexican Spitfire, in the early 1940s

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Lupe Velez

Born 1908-07-18 (113 years ago) in San Luis Potosí. Dead 1944-12-13 (36 years).
Height 152 centimeters.

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Name From To Relationship type
Johnny Weissmuller(Gifta: 1933-10-08–1939) 1933-10-08 1939 Gifta
Parents

Josefina Vélez, Jacobo Villalobos Reyes

Siblings

Mercedes Vélez, Josefina Vélez, Emigdio Vélez, Reina Velez

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María Guadalupe Villalobos Vélez, known professionally as Lupe Vélez, was a Mexican film actress. Vélez began her career in Mexico as a dancer in vaudeville, before moving to the U.S. Vélez soon entered films, making her first appearance in 1927 in the film The Gaucho. By the end of the decade she had progressed to leading roles. She worked with film directors like D.W. Griffith, Cecil B. DeMille, Victor Fleming and William Wyler among others. With the arrival of talkies, Vélez's career took a turn towards comedy. Her characterization of the temperamental, explosive, rebellious and irreverent Latina woman gave her enormous popularity. She enjoyed immense popularity among Hispanic audiences and also made some films in Mexico. Some of her most memorable films are Lady of the Pavements, The Wolf Song, Palooka, Laughing Boy, Hollywood Party and the series of films created especially for her: Mexican Spitfire, in the early 1940s.

Vélez's personal life was often difficult; a five-year marriage to Johnny Weissmuller and a series of romances with figures like Gary Cooper, were highly publicized.

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