Soledad Silveyra (Spanish pronunciation: [soleˈðað silˈβejɾa]), is a prominent TV, theater and cinema Argentine actress.She has made over 65 TV and film appearances since 1964. Most of her appearances have been in film and TV where she made her debut in the soap opera El Amor tiene cara de mujer in 1964 as a 12-year-old. Then, in 1972 she achieved stardom in Alberto Migré's soap operas "Rolando Rivas, taxista" and the first production of "Pobre diabla" (telenovela). A successful comedian she developed into a distinctive dramatic theater actress. On stage she made important appearances in The Elephant Man (play), A Taste of Honey, La malasangre by Griselda Gambaro, A Flea in Her Ear by Georges Feydeau and Lost in Yonkers both directed by China Zorrilla whom she shared the stage in Eva and Victoria, a successful theater play depicting a fictitious meeting between the political leader Eva Perón (Silveyra) and the aristocratic intellectual and writer Victoria Ocampo (Zorrilla). Some of her most notable Argentine cinema roles include the comedy El Profesor hippie (1969), opposite Luis Sandrini, a thriller, Últimos días de la víctima (1982), opposite Federico Luppi, and the satirical Dios los cría (1991), with China Zorrilla. During 2001-2004 she was the host of the Argentinean version of the Big Brother and also a producer and as a broadcast journalist she was the only one who was granted a solo TV interview with Cristina Fernández de Kirchner. In 2006 she appeared in the soap opera La Ley del amor
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