Guillermina Jiménez Chabolla, known as Flor Silvestre, is a Mexican singer, actress and dating. She is one of the most prominent and successful performers of Mexican and Latin American music, and a star of classic Mexican films. His career spanning more than 70 years has included theatrical productions, radio shows, records, films, TV shows, comics and rodeo programs. Renowned for his singing voice and unique singing style, hence the nicknames "La Sentimental" and "La Voz Que Acaricia", Flor Silvestre is a remarkable translator of the genres ranchera, bolero and bolero, ranchero and huapango. She has recorded over 300 songs for three labels: Columbia, RCA Víctor and Musart. In 1945 she was declared "Alma de la Canción Ranchera", and in 1950, the year she emerged as a radio star, she was proclaimed "Reina de la Canción Mexicana".
|Born||Guillermina Jiménez Chabolla, 16 August 1930, Salamanca, Guanajuato, Mexico|
|Died||November 25, 2020, Villanueva, Zacatecas, Mexico|
|Occupation||Singer, actress, equestrienne|
|Children||Dalia Inés, Francisco Rubiales, Marcela Rubiales, Antonio Aguilar, hijo, Pepe Aguilar|
|Relatives||La Prieta Linda (sister), Mary Jiménez (sister), Majo Aguilar (granddaughter), Leonardo Aguilar (grandson), Ángela Aguilar (granddaughter)|
|Awards||Eduardo Arozamena Medal|
|Website||Flor Silvestre's Official site|
|IMDb||Flor Silvestre's IMDb|
Ranchera singer and actress renowned as one of the most famous actresses from the golden age of Mexican cinema. She began her career as a singer and released dozens of successful albums. Her acting career spanned nearly 40 years.
She made her singing debut at the age of 13 in Mexico City to a standing ovation. Shortly after she was invited to sing at a local radio station. By the late 1940s, she'd won singing contests and earned the attention of showmen and record producers.
In the 1970s, her name and likeness was used as the persona for the comic book La Llanera Vengadora. In 2015, the Guadalajara International Film Festival premiered her documentary titled Flor Silvestre: Su destino fue querer.
She gave birth to her first child Dalia at the age of sixteen. She later married television presenter Paco Malgesto and gave birth to singer and actress Marcela Rubiales Jiménez and voice-over actor Francisco Rubiales Jiménez. She then gave birth to sons Antonio and Pepe Aguilar with her second husband Antonio Aguilar, whom she was married to until his death in 2007.
She starred alongside Toshiro Mifune in the 1962 Mexican drama Ánimas Trujano.
- Guanajuato actresses
- Musart Records artists
- Singer from Guanajuato
- Lung cancer survivors
- Bolero singers
- Singer Ranchera
- The golden age of Mexican cinema
- Western film actresses
- Mexican theater actresses
- Mexican actresses of the twentieth century
- Mexican actresses of the 21st century
- Mexican TV Actresses
- Mexican movie actresses
- The artist RCA Victor
Latest information about Flor Silvestre updated on June 14 2021.