July 28, 2021

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Aisela Vega, a woman past Mexican cinema in the 60s and 70s

Talk about Isela Vega, Talks about a woman who lived practically in the whole process of creating and creating an artist, since she may have been in life at the age of 81, she was able to be an actress, screenwriter, producer and director of Mexican cinema, which is simply a wonderful combination of what its history is.

Isela Vega Turaso was born on November 5, 1939 in Sonora. As the courses and years passed, she had a natural beauty from a young age, which led her to become a model 1957 Hermosillo Carnival, Where she was chosen as the princess of the event, which gave her a national and international expression.

To this end, Isela Vega decided to immigrate to the United States during her youth to prepare herself for the world of modeling and acting, which undoubtedly helped her to progress and grow as a professional.

After the discovery, he was added to a line Film and television programs, As her beauty and eroticism made her a complete “sex symbol”, with which she had interesting lead roles such as the one she played with actor Mauricio Corks in the movie “Don Juan 67”.

His appearance on Playboy

Aisela Vega not only had a brilliant mind for the acting world, but her beauty and endurance chose to be on the cover of Playboy magazine, one of the most chosen by men, from those years. Until now.

In 1974, she became the first Latin woman to receive such an invitation to pose nude for a men’s magazine in the United States.

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Having had the opportunity to shine in modeling, film, drama and television for many years, she was a complete artist who was able to express all that her knowledge and her body had given her to this day, having failed in the battle against cancer.

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