August 1, 2021

Cris Miró will have his biopic on Netflix

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Cris Miró, the first trans woman to gain notoriety in the Argentine media, will have her biopic.

After productions about the life of Monzón, Maradona or Luis Miguel, many users turned to social networks to ask them to do something with the life of Cris Miró, one of the maximum references of the community. When the rumor began to spread in the media that this production would be made, several people showed their enthusiasm and are already eager to start learning more about this biopic.

For now, as indicated to A24 Show, they are moving forward with the casting to find the main character and working on the books of the biopic, which could be released next year on that platform.

The life of Cris Miró

Born on September 16, 1965 in Buenos Aires. She was an actress, dancer and the first transvestite vedette of the massively accepted Buenos Aires magazine. She studied dance at Julio Bocca’s school and acting with Alejandra Boero at the same time that she studied dentistry.

He began his artistic career at the hand of Juanito Belmonte in 1994 and in 1995, he made his debut as the first figure in Viva la Revista at the Maipo theater. He quickly achieved notoriety and rose to fame by popularizing the art of transvestism in the Buenos Aires magazine and, unintentionally, opened the debate in Argentine society about the marginalization and exclusion of the trans community at a time when police edicts still condemned those with arrest. wear clothes that are contrary to their birth sex. In 1995, she was named Vedette of the Year.

Prior to her fame as a vedette, she had participated in the film Dios los raises by Fernando Ayala with Soledad Silveyra and China Zorrilla and in the film adaptation of Camus’s book La plague, directed by Luis Puenzo, a film starring William Hurt, Robert Duvall and Raúl Julia, in which she played Rat Woman.

Cris Miró said about his identity: “Although I was born with a certain sex that makes me have documents with the name and gender of a man, the most important thing is what I feel. I am a single person, and that is what I care. Others see that of the opposites, I live it in only one way. My real name is the one I feel and the one I want: which is Cris Miró. “

In 1998, he canceled his presentations at the La Diosa bowling alley and his dental study due to health problems, which required repeated hospitalizations. In 1999, he passed away at the age of 33.

The photo on display was used for the cover of the book Hembra. Living and dying in a country of males, biography of Cris Miró, by Carlos Sanzol, published by Milena Caserola in 2016.