Ana BelÃ©n is one of the most famous women in Spain. Just gander at her glandular deposits: firm, round, and high-rising orbs that hypnotize and seduce more powerfully than Spanish Fly. Isn't it about time for America to embrace the exotic beauty of Ana? This feisty brunette has the casual Mediterranean charm that will smile at a stranger just as easily as strip for the camera.
Ana BelÃ©n studied acting in Spain during her youth and began acting in theatrical and cinematic productions in the mid-1960s. While working on the film Morbo by Gonzalo SuÃ¡rez, she met VÃctor Manuel, marrying him in 1972 in Gibraltar. At this time she also started her career as a singer, releasing several successful albums.
Ana BelÃ©n also appeared in various films: La peticiÃ³n by Pilar MirÃ³, Emilia parada y fonda by Angelino Fons, El buscÃ³n by Luciano BerriatÃºa, La oscura historia de la prima Montse by Jordi Cadena, La criatura by Eloy de la Iglesia and SonÃ¡mbulos by Manuel GutiÃ©rrez AragÃ³n. She gave birth to her first child in 1976.
In 1991 she recorded Como una novia, with songs by Gloria Varona, Pancho Varona and Antonio GarcÃa de Diego, this being the first album that did not include any songs composed or adapted by VÃctor Manuel.
In 1997 she released a new album, MÃrame, which consisted of her own songs and duets and which went on to become the best-selling album of her solo career. With its release, she went on tour throughout Spain, and in the autumn of the same year, the 'El gusto es nuestro' tour went to America, where it was received with the same enthusiasm as in Spain.
In 1998, Belen commemorated Federico GarcÃa Lorca's centenary by releasing two albums under the title of Lorquiana, a collection of poems and popular songs by Lorca. The following year another album was released Ana BelÃ©n y Miguel RÃos cantan a Kurt Weill, and she had a role in the Tele 5 series, Petra Delicado.
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