Blanquita Amaro was a Cuban-born Argentine film actress of the 1940s and early 1950s who starred in the "golden age" of Argentina cinema.
In 1968, Amaro moved to Miami. Here, she had her own theater on Southwest 57th Avenue and she starred in My Husband's Lover, with her daughter Idania, German Barrios and Miguel de Grandy Jr. She also hosted the TV programs The Blanquita Amaro Show and Say It in Mime, and appeared in numerous shows staged by the Pro Arte Grateli Society.
Amaro's ability to adapt to any medium allowed her to host programs at Miami radio stations, such as La Poderosa and Cadena Azul, for many years.
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