Beatriz Bonnet is confirmed dead at the age of 89.
Beatriz was best known as a Argentine actress (Mansedumbre).
Death was likely due to complications from Alzheimer's disease.
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Actress Beatriz Bonnet died at 89 | DailyShow
Actress Beatriz Bonnet died at 89 | DailyShow
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Beatriz Bonnet
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Beatriz Bonnet in 1982
Nelly Beatriz Bonnet

(1930-12-11)11 December 1930
Died19 February 2020(2020-02-19) (aged 89)
Years activeSince 1963
AwardsMartín Fierro Award
Nelly Beatriz Bonnet (11 December 1930 - 19 February 2020) was an Argentine film and television actress and comedian.
Beatriz Bonnet was born on 11 December 1930 to a single mother. At 15, Bonnet married a man named López Verde, but the couple split a year later. She moved to Buenos Aires, where she studied dance, singing, and acting. While working at a candy shop, Bonnet was recruited by Pedro R. Bravo to act in Mansedumbre, the first film to be shot in Tucumán Province. In mid-1951, she joined the staff of the Cinematographic Institute of the National University of Tucumán, at that time being funded by the Argentine government.
Bonnet entered the Institute of Modern Art in Buenos Aires and was hired by theatre director Francisco Gallo  to perform in comedies in the Astral Theater. She took classes with Hedy Crilla .
On television, Bonnet made her debut performing in operettas on Televisión Pública Argentina's Channel 7. She was the replacement actress for Rosita Quintana in a production My Fair Lady, performing so well in one day that the audience cheered for her and indefinitely replaced Quintana. Bonnet would also play in TV musical comedies such as La dama del Maxim's, Descalzos en el parque, and Mame.
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^ "Festival Gerardo Vallejo. "Mansedumbre" abrirá la fiesta de los cinéfilos". La Gaceta (in Spanish). 18 October 2012. Retrieved 27 November 2017.
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