Soledad Miranda Net Worth

Soledad Miranda was born on July 09, 1943 in  Seville, Seville, Andalucía, Spain, Spain, is Actress. Soledad Miranda was a Spanish actress who appeared in many films in the 1960s. Her remarkable beauty and her tragic untimely death make her story the stuff of legend. She was born on July 9, 1943 in Seville, Spain. She started her career when only eight years old as a flamenco dancer and singer. She made her film debut at age sixteen as a dancer. During the following years, the fragile beauty appeared in numerous comedies, dramas, B-movies, and horror films, mostly in Spain (over thirty films altogether from 1960 to 1970). Her biggest break came from legendary director Jess Franco, who cast Soledad in such cult classics as Count Dracula and Vampyros Lesbos. Soledad is generally regarded as Franco's greatest discovery. On August 18, 1970 Soledad was in a car accident on a highway in Portugal. She died hours later, survived by her husband (a former race-car driver) and young son. Ironically, before this tragic accident, a German film producer had offered her a contract which would have made her a great star. Soledad was destined to become a legend. Not until the years after her death has she become a cult starlet with fans all over the world now discovering the beautiful, doomed actress.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day July 09, 1943
Birth Place  Seville, Seville, Andalucía, Spain, Spain
Died On 18 August 1970(1970-08-18) (aged 27)\nLisbon, Portugal
Birth Sign Leo
Cause of death Auto accident
Other names Susann Korda Susann Korday Susan Korda
Occupation Actress, Singer
Years active 1960–1970
Spouse(s) José Manuel Simões (m. 1966–1970)(her death)
Children 1

💰 Net worth: $19 Million

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Soledad Miranda was born Soledad Rendón Bueno on 9 July 1943 in Seville, Spain. Soledad (whose name translates as solitude or loneliness) was the niece of the famous Spanish singer-actress-flamenco Dancer Paquita Rico. At age 8, Miranda made her professional debut when she was hired as a flamenco Dancer and singer, first in the "Youth Galas" at the Seville Fair and San Fernando theatre, and then on a tour throughout southern Spain.


Miranda went on to appear in over 30 film from 1960 to 1970). There were epic adventures (Ursus, Cervantes); horror films (Sound of Horror, Pyro); dramas (Canción de cuna, Currito de la Cruz); comedies (Eva 63, La familia y uno más); and even a Spaghetti western (Sugar Colt). She also released a couple of yé-yé pop records in the mid-1960s.


In 1964, Miranda had made a trio of films in Portugal. José Manuel da Conceiçao Simões, a Portuguese racecar driver, was a Producer and also acted in them. In one of the films, Un día en Lisboa (A Day in Lisbon), they played a couple traveling between Estoril and Lisbon. After a secret courtship, the pair married in 1966. In April 1967, Miranda gave birth son Antonio. Her husband retired from racing and took a job in the auto industry.


On the morning of 18 August 1970, near the end of filming The Devil Came From Akasava, Miranda and her husband were involved in a collision with a small truck, killing her.