Eunice Muñoz

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Eunice Muñoz, OSE, GCIH (30 July 1928 – 15 April 2022) was a Portuguese actress. She was thought to be one of the best Portuguese actresses.[1][2][3] She was born in Amareleja, Portugal. Her career began in 1943. Her best known roles were in A Morgadinha dos Canaviais (1949) and Hard Times (1988).

In 2013, Muñoz was diagnosed with thyroid cancer and later lost her voice.[4] In January 2022, she was hospitalized for high blood pressure.[5] Muñoz was hospitalized on 13 April 2022 in Carnaxide, Portugal. She died two days later at aged 93.[6]

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  1. pilar, patricia (August 1, 2018). "President of the Republic condecorated Eunice Muñoz on the day the actress turned 90".
  2. "Eunice Muñoz". BFI.
  3. "Eunice Muñoz". Oxford Reference.
  4. “Chamem-me Eunice.” A vida da incansável rainha do teatro português, Observador 15.04.2022 (in Portuguese)
  5. Eunice Muñoz sai do hospital após 20 dias internada. Está "estável e fez uma boa recuperação", garante o filho, Observador 13.08.2021 (in Portuguese)
  6. Morreu Eunice Muñoz. A estrela maior do teatro português tinha 93 anos (in Portuguese)

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