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Violeta Rosa Ester Vidaurre Heiremans

(1928-09-12) 12 September 1928 (age 92)
Traiguén, Chile
Alma materPontifical Catholic University of Chile
Years active1959–2016
  • APES [es] Award for artistic career (2011)
  • Enrique Silva Cimma Award (2015)
Violeta Rosa Ester Vidaurre Heiremans (born 12 September 1928), better known as Violeta Vidaurre, is a Chilean actress with a long television and theater career, with more than 120 characters played since her debut.
For three decades, Vidaurre established herself as one of the most important theater actresses in the cast of the Catholic University's Experimental Theater , collaborating with Eugenio Dittborn, Eugenio Guzmán, Hugo Miller, Víctor Jara, and the American Frank McMullan. In 1963, she was summoned to play Laura Larraín in La pérgola de las flores  by Isidora Aguirre, replacing Silvia Piñeiro , which quickly became a pop culture sensation. She achieved success in television with the comedy Juntos se pasa mejor  in 1965, in the family comedy Juani en Sociedad  (broadcast from 1967 to 1972), and in the first television adaptation of Martín Rivas  in 1970. After the dictatorship she began to work in various university productions and independent companies. Suddenly, she made her way back onto television as a supporting actress in hit telenovelas such as the comedies Sol tardío  and La Colorina (1975–1978) by Arturo Moya Grau , and in De cara al mañana  (1982) by María Elena Gertner.
She has also performed in emblematic telenovelas such as La represa , La torre 10 , La dama del balcón , La Villa , Mi nombre es Lara , A la sombra del ángel , Amor a domicilio , Adrenalina , A todo dar , Romané, Pampa Ilusión, and El circo de las Montini .
In 2015, she was the only woman to be a candidate (out of five selected) for the National Prize for Performing and Audiovisual Arts, whose winner was actor Héctor Noguera. In the same year, she received several tributes and recognitions for her vast career in the performing arts.
Her latest performances include appearances in various television series and some valued performances in independent theater companies, allowing herself to be honored in each presentation. Currently, she is the actress with the most career plays, as well as one of the last survivors of the series Juani en Sociedad and the cast of the Experimental Theater.
1 Biography
1.1 Early years and childhood
2 Artistic career
3 Later years
4 Theater
5 Telenovelas
6 TV series and specials
7 Film
8 Other appearances
9 Awards and recognitions
9.1 APES Award
9.2 Enrique Silva Cimma Award
9.3 Other recognitions
10 References
11 External links
Early years and childhood
Born of the marriage formed by Víctor Vidaurre Coo and Rosa Violeta Heiremans Brockman, of Belgian and German origin, Violeta Vidaurre is the eldest of three siblings and a cousin of the doctor, actor, storyteller, novelist and playwright Luis Alberto Heiremans  and the businessman Eugenio Heiremans . On her childhood the actress said: "I was always very pampered by my parents, but the one with whom I had more complicity and affinity was my dad. Sometimes I think I was in love with him."
Coming from an aristocratic or upper-class family from Santiago's Barrio República , her basic education took place at the Colegio Sagrado Corazón, Villa María Academy, and Sacred Heart of Argentine nuns. "In school plays they never gave me the role to represent the Virgin, because I had bad behavior. I suffered a lot because of that, but in the end I was reassured because the house had a good time when we made the sets with costumes and wigs." Since she was a child, she showed her acting skills with her cousin Luis Alberto, who wrote and performed plays that were staged at her grandfather's house, as in the case of Atahuicha, la reina de la selva, which Luis Alberto wrote and directed.
Vidaurre entered into her first marriage at age 19 with Ramón Salgado Suárez, a marine guard of the school ship Lautaro, which caught fire before his eyes off Callao in 1945. "In those years I valued my marriage and I did not go to study theater although I liked it. Only at the age of 28 Luis Alberto convinced me to enter to study theater, and then I started replacing actresses until this became a real passion."
Artistic career
Vidaurre entered to study acting at the Academy of Dramatic Art of the Experimental Theater  of the Pontifical Catholic University, graduating with maximum distinction. In this process, she was a colleague of Paz Yrarrázabal – later school director, Ramón Ñúñez  – 2009 National Art Prize winner, and Héctor Noguera – 2015 Performing Arts Prize winner, among others. She took to the massive stages replacing some actresses, and was cast in a role by the American director Frank McMullan, who had been invited to direct the play Look Homeward, Angel by Thomas Wolfe in 1959.
After completing her academic training and role in Look Homeward, Angel, she was able to quickly join the cast of actors of the Experimental Theater with Ana González, Mario Montilles , Silvia Piñeiro , Anita Klesky , Nelly Meruane, Justo Ugarte, Maruja Cifuentes, and others. Since then, she has performed in plays such as Much Ado About Nothing, Versos de ciego, Dialogues of the Carmelites , Le Bourgeois gentilhomme, and Casimiro Vico Primer Actor.
She participated in the premiere of La pérgola de las flores  by Isidora Aguirre in 1961, playing the role of Mrs. Laura Larraín. In an interview, the actress declared: "Eugenio Guzmán, the director of the play, first placed me in the choir and then chose me as a replacement for Silvia Piñeiro and there I stayed for several seasons." In a short time the play became a massive popular culture phenomenon. It occupied all the spaces that the media offered at that time, transforming image and sound into a true cultural phenomenon, making an international tour through Argentina, Mexico, and Europe.
She joined the artistic team of Los cuatro, a theater company based on the creative abilities of each one of the artists that made up a cast, formed by Orietta Escámez, Humberto and Héctor  Duvauchelle, with the participation of Víctor Jara, Claudio di Girolamo , Mireya Véliz, Isabel Allende, Raúl Ruiz, Hugo Miller, René Combeau, and Domingo Tessier . At the same time, she belonged to the Theater Research Workshop (TIT), from 1968 to 1971, under the direction of Fernando Colina  and Enrique Noisvander. Highlights of this period include plays such as Peligro a 50 metros, Nos tomamos la Universidad, and Antigone, the latter led by Víctor Jara. In 1972 she was invited to the Teatro Opera's Bim bam bum magazine, where she made several artistic presentations.
Along with this intimate love of theatrical art, Vidaurre has participated in countless national and international tours of countries such as Argentina, Mexico, France, and Spain. Among the plays that have been part of these itineraries are Tartuffe, Las chiquillas van a la pelea, Monólogos de Dario Fo, Las señoras de los jueves, and the comedy El rapto del galán de la teleserie.
His television debut was in Canal 13 televised plays, giving her greater exposure. At the end of the 1960s, she joined the stable cast of television network actors, debuting in the daily series Juntos se pasa mejor  and Juani en Sociedad , with great success. She also played Doña Bernarda Cordero in Martín Rivas , and continued to play roles in soap operas. Years later she moved to Televisión Nacional de Chile (TVN) at the suggestion of her friend Sonia Fuchs , where she performed in De cara al mañana , La represa , La torre 10 , La dama del balcón , La Villa , and Mi nombre es Lara , among others.
During the 2000 season, she joined the stable cast of director Vicente Sabatini , appearing in successful telenovelas such as Romané, Pampa Ilusión, El circo de las Montini , and Puertas adentro . She was also a member of the cast of Mekano 's youth miniseries, directed by Álex Hernández, such as Don Floro , Xfea2 , EsCool , and Gordis .
In this period, she had notable friendships with the theater and television producer Sonia Fuchs (1931–1991), the actress and National Art Prize winner Marés González  (1925–2008) and the actress and writer María Elena Gertner (1932–2013).
During 2012 she participated in Javiera Contador and Fernando Godoy 's comedy program Desfachatados , with a parody of the program Mamá a los 15 named Mamá a los 80.
Later years
Over the years, her output diminished but she still continued making special appearances in TV series such as 12 días que estremecieron Chile  and Lo que callamos las mujeres, on youth telenovelas like Gordis, Decibel 110 , and her last appearance on television as a guest actress on 2014's Chipe libre, along with Jaime Vadell and Gloria Münchmeyer. In theater she acted in Las chiquillas van a la pelea (2015) and Esperanzo la carroza (2016), playing Mamá Cora in the latter.
In 2015, she was the only woman to be a candidate (out of five selected) for the National Prize for Performing and Audiovisual Arts, whose winner was actor Héctor Noguera. In the same year, she received several tributes and recognitions for her vast career in the performing arts.
During 2015 she received several tributes and recognitions for her vast career in the performing arts.
In 2017, she was taken to a nursing home due to Alzheimer's disease, amid allegations that she had been forcibly hospitalized.
José Ramón Salgado Vidaurre, son of the actress Violeta Vidaurre (88), defended having interned her mother in a nursing home because she suffers from Alzheimer's.
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1958 – Atahuicha, la reina de la selva, directed by Luis Alberto Heiremans 
1959 – El ángel que nos mira, directed by Frank McMullan
1959 – El diálogo de las carmelitas, directed by Eugenio Dittborn
1960 – La pérgola de las flores , directed by Eugenio Guzmán
1961 – Versos de ciego
1961 – La ronda de la buena nueva
1963 – Much Ado About Nothing
1964 – El tony chico, directed by Luis Alberto Heiremans
1965 – Casimiro Vico Primer Actor
1966 – Tiempo para convivir, directed by Hugo Miller
El diálogo de las carmelitas
Monólogos de Dario Fo
1967 – Un negro en el cielo
1969 – Nos tomamos la universidad, directed by Gustavo Meza
1969 – Antigone, directed by Víctor Jara
1970 – Todas las colorinas tienen pecas, directed by Eugenio Dittborn
1971 – Paraíso para uno, directed by Eugenio Dittborn
1972 – El pastor lobo (stories by Isabel Allende)
1975 – Le Bourgeois gentilhomme, directed by Eugenio Dittborn
1977 – Las señoras de los jueves, directed by Christian Villarreal
1978 – Equus
1981 – Los 7 pecados capitales
1981 – Mary Stuart, directed by Raúl Osorio
1982 – Mama Rosa
1983 – Como en la Gran Ciudad
1984 – Testimonio de un sueño
1985 – Tartuffe
1987 – El almacén de la vieja Justa
1991 – La última noche que pasé contigo, directed by Roberto Nicolini
1997 – Entre gallos y medianoche
1998 – El caballero de la muerte
1999 – Ni tonta ni perezosa, directed by Silva Gutiérrez
2001 – Sol tardío, directed by Horacio Valdeavellano
2002 – Déjame que te cuente que las abuelas sí son para el verano, directed by Roberto Nicolini
2003 – Las chiquillas van a la pelea, directed by Katty Kowaleczko
2003 – Más zarzuela, directed by Eduardo Soto
2005 – De mi boca a tu boca, directed by Christian Villarreal
2007 – El rapto del galán de la teleserie, directed by Christian Villarreal
2008 – Sindicato de variedades
2008 – Cena para dos
2009 – Steel Magnolias
2009 – Ellas quieren... él no puede
2010 – Ella 80, yo 50
2010 – La pérgola de las flores, directed by Silvia Santelices
2010 – Los que van quedando en el camino, directed by Guillermo Calderón
2011 – ¿Quién se queda con mamá?, directed by Christian Villarreal
2012 – Casa de ejercicios espirituales, directed by Cristóbal García
2013 – Vivan nuestros poetas, directed by José Peña
2015 – Las chiquillas van a la pelea
2016 – Amor a los 80
2016 – La noche de san Juan
2016 – Mamá Cora (Argentine adaptation of Esperando la carroza )
Sin amor
Elena Méndez
Canal 13
J.J. Juez 
Rosa Riquelme
Canal 13
Sol tardío 
Fresia Maturana
La Colorina
Ofelia Yáñez
De cara al mañana 
Rosa Cárcamo
La gran mentira 
Ermelinda Gutiérrez
El juego de la vida 
Gabriela viuda de Salinas
La represa 
Rebeca Betancourt
La torre 10 
Aída Menares
Morir de amor 
Violeta Vega
Recurring role
La dama del balcón 
Amparo Robledo
La Villa 
Corina López
Mi nombre es Lara 
Aurora Gómez
Vivir así 
Josefa Latorre
Recurring role
Canal 13
A la sombra del ángel 
Encarnación Fuenzalida
El milagro de vivir 
Betsabé Molina
Fácil de amar 
María Faúndez
Canal 13
Top secret 
Ramona Khön
Canal 13
Amor a domicilio 
Aurora Castro
Canal 13
Matilde Moreno
Canal 13
Estela Villalba
A todo dar 
Luz María Balboa
Algo está cambiando 
Magnolia Echeñique
Olimpia Brito
Pampa Ilusion
Amanda Jorquera
El circo de las Montini 
Termutis Norambuena
Puertas adentro 
Mercedes Farías
Don Floro 
Graciela Acevedo
María Baeza
Tránsito Valdés
Isolina Briceño
Conde Vrolok
Ercilia Núñez
Decibel 110 
Adela Alfaro
Alexandra Egaña
Recurring role
Chipe libre
Olguita Portela
Canal 13
TV series and specials
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