Sonya Smith (born May 25, 1971) is the stage name of Sonya Eleonora Smith Jacket, a half-Venezuelan, half-American actress who is a star on the Venevision television channel.
Born in Philadelphia, Smith grew up in Venezuela, which is the reason why she speaks Spanish perfectly. As a young girl, she identified deeply with Venezuela's Latin American culture.
Her breakthrough came in the early 1990s, as "Estrellita Montenegro" in Cara Sucia, a Spanish soap opera that was viewed by millions across Latin America, in the United States and Europe. During the filming of another soap opera, Milagros, she met actor Paul Martin, whom she allegedly dated.
Smith remains a popular actress in Venezuela.
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Smith remains a popular actress in Venezuela. After her death, biographies began to report these rumors as fact, with several sources who had known both Stanwyck and Taylor willing to go on record and verify these claims. Her breakthrough came in the early 1990s, as "Estrellita Montenegro" in Cara Sucia, a Spanish soap opera that was viewed by millions across Latin America, in the United States and Europe. During the filming of another soap opera, Milagros, she met actor Paul Martin, whom she allegedly dated. During her life, Stanwyck was the subject of rumor that she was a lesbian, and that her marriage to the actor Robert Taylor was a "lavender marriage", designed to conceal the fact that both were homosexual. As a young girl, she identified deeply with Venezuela's Latin American culture. Her last starring role was in 1985, in The Colbys. Born in Philadelphia, Smith grew up in Venezuela, which is the reason why she speaks Spanish perfectly. In her later years, she also starred in television, notably in the 1960s Western series, The Big Valley.
Sonya Smith (born May 25, 1971) is the stage name of Sonya Eleonora Smith Jacket, a half-Venezuelan, half-American actress who is a star on the Venevision television channel. She received an Academy Honorary Award "for superlative creativity and unique contribution to the art of screen acting" in 1982. Mariu (2000). Stanwyck starred in almost a hundred films during her career and received four nominations for the Academy Award for Best Actress: Stella Dallas (1937), Ball of Fire (1941), Double Indemnity (1944), and Sorry, Wrong Number (1948). Milagros (in Peru, 1999). The play starred a British actress named Joan Stanwyck. Guajira (in Colombia, 1998). She took her stage name from the name of a play, "Barbara Frietchie", about a fictional Civil War heroine.
Destino de Mujer (1997). She was born in New York City, and her mother died when she was only four. Maria Celeste (1994). Barbara Stanwyck (born Ruby Katherine Stevens) (July 16, 1907 - January 20, 1990) was an American film and television actress. Rosangelica (1993). "Barbara Stanwyck, Actress, Dead at 82." The New York Times. January 22, 1990. D11. El Desprecio (1992). Flint.
Cara Sucia (1992). Peter B. Gardenia (1990). Broadway Nights (1927). Alondra (1989). Mexicali Rose (aka The Girl from Mexico) (1929). Cristal (1986). The Locked Door (1929).
Ladies of Leisure (1930). Illicit (1931). Ten Cents a Dance (1931). The Slippery Pearls (aka The Stolen Jools) (short) (1931).
The Miracle Woman (1931). Night Nurse (1931). Forbidden (1932). Shopworn (1932).
So Big! (1932). The Purchase Price (1932). The Bitter Tea of General Yen (1933). Baby Face (1933).
Ladies They Talk About (aka Women in Prison) (1933). Ever in My Heart (1933). A Lost Lady (aka Courageous) (1934)*. The Secret Bride (aka Concealment) (1934).
Gambling Lady (1934). Annie Oakley (1935). The Woman in Red (1935). Red Salute (aka Arms and the Girl) (aka Her Enlisted Man) (aka Her Uncle Sam) (aka Runaway Daughter) (1935).
His Brother's Wife (aka Lady of the Tropics) (1936). A Message to Garcia (1936). The Plough and the Stars (1936). The Bride Walks Out (1936).
Banjo on My Knee (1936). This Is My Affair (aka His Affair) (1937). Stella Dallas (1937). Breakfast for Two (1937).
Internes Can't Take Money (aka You Can't Take Money) (1937). The Mad Miss Manton (1938). Always Goodbye (1938). Golden Boy (1939).
Union Pacific (1939). Remember the Night (1940). Meet John Doe (aka John Doe, Dynamite) (1941). You Belong to Me (aka Good Morning, Doctor) (1941).
Ball of Fire (aka The Professor and the Burlesque Queen) (1941). The Lady Eve (1941). The Great Man's Lady (1942). The Gay Sisters (1942).
Lady of Burlesque (aka The G-String Murders) (aka Striptease Lady) (1943). Flesh and Fantasy (aka Six Destinies) (1943). Double Indemnity (1944). Hollywood Canteen (1944).
Christmas in Connecticut (aka Indiscretion) (1945). My Reputation (1946). The Strange Love of Martha Ivers (1946). California (1946).
The Bride Wore Boots (1946). Carrolls (1947). The Two Mrs. Variety Girl (1947).
The Other Love (1947). Cry Wolf (1947). Sorry, Wrong Number (1948). F.'s Daughter (aka Polly Fulton) (1948).
B. No Man of Her Own (aka I Married a Dead Man) (1949). The Lady Gambles (1949). The File on Thelma Jordan, (aka Thelma Jordan) (1949).
East Side, West Side (1949). To Please a Lady (aka Red Hot Wheels) (1950). The Furies (1950). The Man with a Cloak (1951).
Clash by Night (1952). Titanic (1953). The Moonlighter (1953). All I Desire (aka Stopover) (aka You Belong to Me) (1953).
Jeopardy (1953). Blowing Wild (1953). Witness to Murder (1954). Executive Suite (1954).
Cattle Queen of Montana (1954). The Violent Men (aka The Bandits)(aka Rough Company) (1955). Escape to Burma (1955). The Maverick Queen (1956).
These Wilder Years (1956). There's Always Tomorrow (1956). Crime of Passion (1957). Trooper Hook (1957).
Forty Guns (1957). Walk on the Wild Side (1962). Roustabout (1964). The Night Walker (aka The Dream Killer) (1964).