oscars_12_Norma Aleandro

Following her success in Argentine films like the Academy Award-winning film The Official Story – which earned her a Cannes Award for best actress – Norma Aleandro starred in numerous Hollywood pictures. Most notably, she appeared in the 1988 drama Gaby: A True Story, about Mexican writer and disability rights activist Gabriela Brimmer.  Aleandro’s performance earned her an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting actress, making her the first Argentine actress to be nominated for an Academy Award.

Best Supporting Actress, Gaby: A True Story, 60th Academy Awards, Nominated

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