Lola Herrera

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Lola Herrera

Lola Herrera 48 Voces en Puerto del Rosario.jpg
Herrera in "48 Voces" in Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura on January 29, 2001.
María Dolores Herrera Arranz

(1935-06-30) June 30, 1935 (age 83)
Occupation Actress
Years active 1964–present
Spouse(s) Daniel Dicenta (divorced)
Children 2
Awards Indianapolis International Film Festival
Special Jury Prize for Best Performance
2002 Sinfonía desconcertante
TP de Oro
Best National Actress
1977 Las Viudas
1979 La Barraca
1980 El Señor Villanueva y su gente
Fotogramas de Plata
Best Actress
2005 Solas
2006 Solas
Premio Ercilla de Teatro
Complete career in stages

María Dolores Herrera Arranz MML (June 30, 1935 in Valladolid, Castilla y León) better known as Lola Herrera is an awarded Spanish actress.


She was born in the Barrio de Las Delicias, Valladolid. She started in the world of music, but in the 1950s, she went to Madrid and took part in her first movie El pórtico de la gloria (1953).

In the 1970s, she took part in several theatrical plays for Televisión Española. She was one of the habitual actors of the cast of Estudio 1 and collaborated with Chicho Ibáñez Serrador in Historias para no dormir (1968). She also worked as a voice actress in dubbing Spanish versions made in studios like Cineson or Exa (Madrid).

She is mainly known for her appearances in television series like La casa de los líos El grupo or Un paso adelante, but she has taken part in several movies like El amor perjudica seriamente la salud, and in theatrical plays like Cinco horas con Mario, based in a Miguel Delibes novel.

She married the actor Daniel Dicenta (Manuel Dicenta’s son) in 1967. They had two children, Natalia and Daniel, before their divorce. Natalia Dicenta is also a famous actress, and they both have worked together in plays like "All About Eve" or Solas.

Selected filmography




Plaza Lola Herrera en el Barrio de Las Delicias, Valladolid.




  • Gold Medal of Merit in Labour (Kingdom of Spain, 2 December 2006).[1]

External links

  • Lola Herrera on IMDb


  1. ^ Boletín Oficial del Estado
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