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Soledad Miranda
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Actress
    (July 9, 1943-August 18, 1970)
    Born in Seville, Spain
    Spanish actress of Portuguese/gypsy descent
    Most well known for her collaborations with director Jesus Franco
    Movies include 'Vampiros Lesbos,' 'Sex Charade,' 'Eugenie,' and '100 Rifles'
    Birth name was Soledad Rendon Bueno
    She smoked.
    Her favorite band was Up With People.
    Beginning performing at age eight, she never even finished grammar school.
    She used the stage names Susann Korda and Susan Korday (which was the actual name of a German actress) for her work with Franco.
    She literally drew her stage name out of a hat.
    At the height of her fame she released a couple of pop albums that did so poorly that even close friends/co-workers didn't know about them.
    She was tragically killed in a car accident just before signing a major picture deal with a German producer.
    She had a screen presence so magnetic that it was unreal.
    Her favorite movie was 'Gone With the Wind.'
    Soledad is derived from the Spanish/Portuguese word meaning solitude or loneliness and Miranda means 'must be wondered about' in Latin.
    At five foot five and 106 pounds, she had a twenty one inch waist.

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