The Sevillian actress Azucena Hernández, popular at the time of the cinema of the “uncover” of the Transition and that in 1986 remained tetraplegic as a result of an automobile accident, died on Wednesday at age 59, according to a message published by her family in your social networks.
At the age of 17, Miss Cataluña was elected and a year later she made her film debut with “Stela's erotic vacation" His career includes titles such as "Playboy unemployed", "El Cid Cabreador", "National Adultery" or "Don Cipote de la Manga".
With Mariano Ozores he worked on "The Socialists are coming!" (1982) or "All to the ground" (1982) and also had small roles in "La estanquera de Vallecas" (1987) by Eloy de la Iglesia and in "The return of the werewolf" (1980) by Paul Naschy.
Born in Seville in 1960, she started doing theater in 1977 and acted in assemblies such as "Los Extremadura touch" and "Enrique IV", adaptation of the work of Pirandello.
He also participated in the music magazine "Las leandras" and intervened in zarzuela recordings and in the Ibsen drama "The enemy of the people" for television.
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