She suffered from a lung disease

She has died at the Ruber Clinic in Madrid

The actress will be cremated on Sunday, July 18 at El Escorial.

The Spanish actress Pilar Bardem has died at the age of 82. As reported by the magazine ‘ SEMANA ‘, the interpreter has died at the Ruber Clinic in Madrid. The media itself has denounced that the actress suffered from a lung disease although it has ruled out that she has died as a result of the coronavirus. As the media has learned, the actress will be cremated on Sunday, July 18 in El Escorial. 

Pilar Bardem is one of the most respected and established artists on the national scene. With more than 60 years dedicating herself body and soul to the seventh art and always putting the rights of actors and actresses in Spain as a flag, the president of AISGE leaves a career in which she has participated in more than sixty films and has won a Goya Award for her role in ‘No One Will Talk About Us When We’re Dead.

A tireless fighter for humanitarian values

In 2017, Pilar Bardem was awarded the Cinema, Help, and Solidarity Award, which was awarded for the first time by the Film Academy with the aim of promoting and annually recognizing the solidarity actions and humanitarian values ​​of filmmakers, as reported by the institution.

In this sense, she highlighted that the winner of the Goya for Best Supporting Actress for ‘Nobody will talk about us when we have died’ had alternated her professional career with commitment and activism for decades.

“A staunch defender for decades of the rights of actors and actresses, she was one of the promoters of the AISGE management company, an association that she has presided over since 2003, when she assumed office after the resignation of Assumpta Serna, ” the statement added. that they posted.

Likewise, it highlighted that Bardem had actively fought for human rights for years , supporting causes as diverse as the defense of the Saharawi people, the rights of refugees, the campaign ‘Pills against the pain of others, the determined support for battered women or adhesion to the ‘It is not healthy’ movement, which fights for universal access to medicines

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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