Lila Morillo (August 14, 1943) is a Venezuelan actress and singer. Morillo was born in Maracaibo. She moved to Caracas, to pursue her career in singing. At a young age, she met José Luis Rodríguez "El Puma", who became a singer and actor himself. In 1964, Morillo made her acting debut in Isla de sal. She had an important role in that film, however, and it wasn't until her marriage to Rodriguez that he became well known. Towards the end of the 1960s, Morillo and Rodriguez were featured in a detergent commercial that became a popular ad among television viewers in Venezuela. In 1968, Morillo got her second telenovela role, when she acted in "El Reportero" ("The Reporter"). In 1969, she participated in a television mini-series, "Pablo y Alicia". Morillo began the 1970s by acting in 1972's "La

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  • Lila Rosa Morillo Bozo, (Maracaibo, Estado Zulia, Venezuela, 14 de agosto de 1940), más conocida como Lila Morillo, es una cantante y actriz venezolana. Es conocida como «La Diva de Venezuela » y también como «La Reina del Cocotero» y «La Maracucha de Oro». (es)
  • Lila Morillo (August 14, 1943) is a Venezuelan actress and singer. Morillo was born in Maracaibo. She moved to Caracas, to pursue her career in singing. At a young age, she met José Luis Rodríguez "El Puma", who became a singer and actor himself. In 1964, Morillo made her acting debut in Isla de sal. She had an important role in that film, however, and it wasn't until her marriage to Rodriguez that he became well known. Towards the end of the 1960s, Morillo and Rodriguez were featured in a detergent commercial that became a popular ad among television viewers in Venezuela. In 1968, Morillo got her second telenovela role, when she acted in "El Reportero" ("The Reporter"). In 1969, she participated in a television mini-series, "Pablo y Alicia". Morillo began the 1970s by acting in 1972's "La Doňa" ("Ms."). She played "Domenica" in that soap opera, giving her first major role in a soap opera. In 1974, she acted in "El Poder Negro" ("Black Power"), she and her husband became paparazzi fodder during the late 1970s and through the 1980s, appearing on the covers of multiple gossip magazines in Latin America. Morillo and Rodriguez became born-again Christians during that decade, they also had a well publicized divorce in the mid-1980s. Lila Morillo by then was popular in other Latin American countries, especially in Puerto Rico, where her husband had starred in a telenovela named "El Idolo' ("The Idol") alongside Marylin Pupo. Morillo and Rodriguez had two daughters, Liliana and Lilibeth Rodriguez. Both girls remained with their mother upon her divorce from Rodriguez, with Liliana becoming a staunch supporter of Morillo. In 2001, Morillo returned to screen acting, playing "Mari Chuvha" in "Viva la Pepa" ("Long Live Pepa"). Later on that decade, she declared that her daughter Liliana was allegedly raped by a homeworker as a six-year-old, apparently while her parents were away from home. Lila Morillo retired from acting after "Viva la Pepa". Nevertheless, she remains active in Venezuela's social scene. (en)
  • Lila Morillo Lila Rosa Morillo Bozo est une chanteuse et actrice vénézuélienne, née à Maracaibo le 14 août 1940. (fr)
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  • Lila Rosa Morillo Bozo, (Maracaibo, Estado Zulia, Venezuela, 14 de agosto de 1940), más conocida como Lila Morillo, es una cantante y actriz venezolana. Es conocida como «La Diva de Venezuela » y también como «La Reina del Cocotero» y «La Maracucha de Oro». (es)
  • Lila Morillo Lila Rosa Morillo Bozo est une chanteuse et actrice vénézuélienne, née à Maracaibo le 14 août 1940. (fr)
  • Lila Morillo (August 14, 1943) is a Venezuelan actress and singer. Morillo was born in Maracaibo. She moved to Caracas, to pursue her career in singing. At a young age, she met José Luis Rodríguez "El Puma", who became a singer and actor himself. In 1964, Morillo made her acting debut in Isla de sal. She had an important role in that film, however, and it wasn't until her marriage to Rodriguez that he became well known. Towards the end of the 1960s, Morillo and Rodriguez were featured in a detergent commercial that became a popular ad among television viewers in Venezuela. In 1968, Morillo got her second telenovela role, when she acted in "El Reportero" ("The Reporter"). In 1969, she participated in a television mini-series, "Pablo y Alicia". Morillo began the 1970s by acting in 1972's "La (en)
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  • Lila Morillo (en)
  • Lila Morillo (es)
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