Awilda Carbia

Actress + Comedian
Born Jan 30, 1938

Awilda Carbia was an actress, comedian, and impersonator.

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Awilda Carbia.


1938 Birth Born on January 30, 1938.


1971 33 Years Old In 1971, making a short turnabout in her career as a comedian, Carbia became the leading lady of the soapopera telenovela broadcast by WAPA-TV El Silencio Nos Condena, (Our Silence Condemns Us), opposite Cuban leading man Eliseo Pereira. … Read More


1991 53 Years Old On-Stage, she's performed the leading lady in many "Zarzuelas' (Spanish operettas), comedies and musicals. She starred as Miss Adelaide in the 1991 Puerto Rican revival of Guys & Dolls, opposite Ivan Rodríguez as Nathan Detroit, Osvaldo Ríos as Sky Masterson, and Cristina Arzuaga as Sarah Brown. … Read More


1998 60 Years Old In 1998, she performed the multiple leading roles of the Puerto Rican comedy play Lo Mejor está por Venir, (The Best is Yet to Come) where she portrayed three different women characters. … Read More
1999 61 Years Old In 1999, she returned to television, through Telemundo, Channel 2, starring in a new sit-com called Los Seijo Díaz, (The Seijo Diaz family), again opposite Juan Manuel Lebrón. … Read More
2005 67 Years Old In 2005, she performed one of the leading roles, in the Puerto Rican film El Sueño del Regreso, (The Dream of the Return) produced and directed by the Puerto Rican film director Luis Molina Casanova. … Read More
2007 69 Years Old Then, in 2007, she starred in the Puerto Rican musical Fuego a la Lata, (At Full Blast) at the Angel O. Berríos Performing Arts Center in Caguas, Puerto Rico. … Read More
2008 70 Years Old On October 28, 2008 she was honored by San Juan, Puerto Rico Mayor Jorge Santini during the gala held to reopen the Tapia Theater in Old San Juan, which included a star-studded concert with Danny Rivera, Chucho Avellanet, Andy Montañez and Jackie Capó, the daughter of Bobby Capó. … Read More
2009 71 Years Old She died on March 23, 2009 of pneumonia at Presbyterian Hospital in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
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