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Patricia Medina

Actress
Female
Born Jul 19, 1919

Patricia Paz Maria Medina was an English actress. Her father (Ramón Medina Nebot was from the Canary Islands) was Spanish and her mother was English. Born in Liverpool, Lancashire, Medina began acting as a teenager in the late 1930s. She worked her way up to leading roles in the mid-1940s, whereupon she left for Hollywood.… Read More

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CHILDHOOD

1919 Birth Born on July 19, 1919.

TWENTIES

1941 21 Years Old Medina married British actor Richard Greene, 24 December 1941, in St. James's Church, Spanish Place, London; they divorced in 1951.

THIRTIES

1950 30 Years Old In 1950's Fortunes of Captain Blood, she teamed with British actor, Louis Hayward.
1951 31 Years Old She and Hayward subsequently appeared together in 1951's The Lady and the Bandit, Lady in the Iron Mask and Captain Pirate from 1952. … Read More
1958 38 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1958, she performed in four episodes as Margarita Cortazar on Walt Disney's ABC series, Zorro.

FORTIES

1960 40 Years Old 1 More Event
In 1960, she was cast as different characters in two episodes ("Fair Game" and "The Earl of Durango") of the ABC western series, The Rebel. … Read More
1961 41 Years Old Medina guest starred as Ruthanne Harper in "Incident of the Boomerang" in 1961 and Ilona Calvin in "Incident at Jacob's Well" in 1959, on Rawhide. also appeared in The Amos burke (Gene Barry) tv episode Don Pablo 1967.
1968 48 Years Old In 1968, she returned to the big screen in Robert Aldrich's adaptation of the lesbian-themed drama, The Killing of Sister George. … Read More

LATE ADULTHOOD

1998 79 Years Old In 1998, she published an autobiography, Laid Back in Hollywood: Remembering.
2012 93 Years Old Medina died at age 92 on 28 April 2012, from natural causes at the Barlow Respiratory Hospital in Los Angeles, California. … Read More
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