Concha Velasco, whose real name is Concepción Velasco Varona, was a famous Spanish actress and singer born on November 29, 1939 in Valladolid, Spain. Throughout his rich career, he left an indelible mark in the world of entertainment, excelling in theater, film and television.

The artist died this Saturday at the age of 84 at the Puerta de Hierro Hospital in Majadahonda, Madrid, “as a result of a complication of her illness,” as confirmed by her sons, Manuel and Paco Martínez.

He began his artistic career in the fifties of the last century, participating in various films and television programs. His versatility as a performer has allowed him to tackle a wide range of genres, from drama to comedy, earning him public and critical acclaim for his talent and charisma on screen.

In the theater field, Concha Velasco was a key figure in numerous productions, establishing herself as one of the most loved and respected actresses in Spain. His stage performance ranges from classical works to musicals, demonstrating his ability to adapt to different artistic registers.

During his career, he received numerous awards and recognitions, highlighting his contribution to the world of entertainment. Her legacy is not only limited to her acting skills, but also her influence as an empowered woman in the Spanish entertainment industry.

Concha Velasco was not only an iconic figure in the art field, but also a reference for generations of viewers who have enjoyed her work over the years. Her dedication and passion for acting have made her a living legend of cinema, television and theater in Spain. (AND)