About Fanny Schiller
August 03, 1897 - September 26, 1971
|Place of Birth||:||Mexico City, México|
|Also Known As||:||Fany Schiller, Fany Schiler, Fanny Schyler|
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Fanny Schiller Hernández (1897–1971) was an award-winning Mexican character actress, television star and also acted in operettas and musicals in the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. She won two best supporting actress awards from the Ariels and was nominated for two additional films. She was a social activist, creating the Actor's Union and inspiring the creation of “Rosa Mexicano”. She was accomplished at dubbing and was the voice of many animated characters as well as the official voice of several other notable Mexican actresses.