Actress Susana Lanteri, the evil housekeeper of the children’s telenovela ‘Chiquititas’, died at the age of 86, according to the Argentine Association of Actors announced this Sunday, September 5. According to the newspaper La Nación, the artist “had been battling a disease for a long time.”

The first Argentine actress Susana Lanteri died at the age of 86, according to what the Argentine Association of Actors announced this Sunday, September 5.

Lanteri is remembered in several Spanish-speaking countries as the great villain of the children’s telenovela ‘Chiquititas’, which aired in different seasons between 1995 and 2001. There, the actress gave life to Elena ‘La Momia’ Kruegger, an evil mistress of keys.

” With deep sadness, we bid farewell to the actress Susana Lanteri. Her extensive and recognized career includes works in theater, film, and TV. Affiliated to the Argentine Association of Actors since 1965. Our condolences to her family and loved ones, hugging them in pain”, published the institution on Twitter.

Lanteri’s career was very broad in different artistic fields. For example, in the cinema, she acted in films such as ‘Motorcycle Diaries’, with the Mexican Gael García Bernal as the protagonist. She also participated in ‘The return of Martín Fierro’, ‘Count to ten’ and ‘Low blows’, among others.

Lanteri, who was trained with teachers Juan Carlos Gené, Augusto Fernándes and Alberto Ure, worked on television in fictions such as Rosa de Lejos , La Señora Ordoñez , Cosa Juzgada , El Sodero de Mi vida , Zona de Riesgo , Padre Coraje and Mujeres Asesinas. , among other.

On the small screen, he was part of the cast of telenovelas such as ‘Rosa de Distancia’, a 1980 classic on Argentine television. She was also in ‘El tiempo no para’ and ‘Passionada’, among others. H last work in theater was in the 2017 staging ‘Eszter’s Inheritance’. According to the Argentine newspaper La Nación, the leading actress “had been battling a disease for a long time.”

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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