|Who is it?||Actress|
|Birth Day||July 09, 1943|
|Birth Place||Seville, Seville, Andalucía, Spain, Spain|
|Age||77 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||18 August 1970(1970-08-18) (aged 27)\nLisbon, Portugal|
|Cause of death||Auto accident|
|Other names||Susann Korda Susann Korday Susan Korda|
|Spouse(s)||José Manuel Simões (m. 1966–1970)(her death)|
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.