The divas of Mexican cinema’s golden age stood out not only for their incredible talent but also for their incredible beauty, which made them stand out in front of the big screen. Such was the case with Mara Félix and Elizabeth Taylor, two women who, despite being of different nationalities, captured the hearts of people all over the world.
All the stories about “La Doa” and because of her have been told, and many consider her to be the epitome of Mexican beauty. Elizabeth Taylor, on the other hand, demonstrated from her trench how talent and beauty could make Hollywood fall in love forever.
Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, born February 27, 1932, was an Anglo-American actress of film, theatre, and television who built a career in the United States that spanned more than 70 years. Her roles in films such as “Cleopatra” (1963) and “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” (1958) have left an indelible mark on the world.
Liz Taylor, as she was also known, was a member of the Broadway community when she debuted in the production of “La Loba,” as well as appearing in episodes and programs such as “Hotel,” “The Whoopi Goldberg Show,” “Roseanne, High Society,” “Murphy Brown,” and “The Nanny.”
She was well-known for her extensive work in support of AIDS patients, and she was even nominated for an Oscar in 1993. Despite her stellar career, Elizabeth Taylor died on March 23, 2011, leaving a void in society that will never be filled. the film industry