Pilar Bardem, 82-year-old Spanish actress, left her home in Madrid surrounded by the affection of her loved ones
Daughter of actors and mother of actors in turn. Spanish and world cinema are mourning the death of the great Pilar Bardem. On July 17, the interpreter left at the age of 82 years old, throwing millions of fans around the world into despair. To make the announcement, through a joint statement on social networks, they thought about the sons Javier, Carlos and Monica.
Moving and full of sadness is the announcement that Javier Bardem and his older brothers Carlos is Monica they shared on social networks.
We want to share with you the news that Pilar Bardem, our mother, our example of life, is dead. She left in peace, without any suffering, surrounded by the love of her family. We know how much affection and admiration many people felt for her, inside and outside Spain, for the actress, the fighter and the always supportive person she was. We thank that love for our mother with all our hearts.
The Spanish president also wanted to spend words of condolence and admiration for her Pedro Sanchez. In his note, the President he also wanted to underline Pilar’s great commitment to fight for the defense of the rights of all.
Beyond the enormous legacy she leaves in cinema, theater and television, the great Pilar Bardem was above all a defender of equality, freedom and the rights of all.
Life and career of Pilar Bardem
María del Pilar Bardem Múñoz was born in Seville on March 14, 1939, by the Catalan actor Rafael Bardem Solé and by the actress from Madrid Matilde Múñoz Sampedro. His art family, since his brother too Juan Antonio Bardem he has become a top-notch director.
In 1961 she moved with the entrepreneur Carlos Encinas, with whom he had three children, Carlos, Monica and Javier. The latter is certainly the one who has achieved the highest levels of success, even winning a Oscar Prize.
In 2011 and 2013, Javier Bardem and Penelope Cruz made Pilar too grandmother of two beautiful children.
An amazing versatility that of Pilar, who for decades has managed to bequeath dozens of top-level interpretations at Cinema, but also al theater and in television.
In 1995, for the film “Nobody will talk about us“, Directed by Agustín Díaz Yanes, even won a Goya award, one of the highest awards for Spanish actors.