Rita Moreno (born December 11, 1931) is a Puerto Rican actress, dancer and singer. Her career has spanned over 70 years; among her notable acting work are supporting roles in the musical films The King and I and West Side Story, as well as a 1971–77 stint on the children's television series The Electric Company, and a supporting role on the 1997–2003 TV drama Oz.
Moreno is one of the few artists to have won all four major annual American entertainment awards: an Oscar, an Emmy, a Grammy and a Tony. She is also one of 23 people who have achieved what is called the Triple Crown of Acting, with individual competitive Academy, Emmy and Tony awards for acting; she and Helen Hayes are the only two who have achieved both distinctions. She has won numerous other awards, including various lifetime achievement awards and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, America's highest civilian honor.
Rita Moreno (2011)
Rosa Dolores Alverío
December 11, 1931
|Occupation||Actress, singer, dancer|
(m. 1965; died 2010)
Moreno (birth name: Rosa Dolores Alverío Marcano [note 1]) was born in Humacao, Puerto Rico, to Rosa María (née Marcano), a seamstress, and Francisco José "Paco" Alverío, a farmer. She was nicknamed "Rosita". Moreno, whose mother was 17 at the time of her birth, was raised in nearby Juncos. Rita's mother moved to New York City in 1936, taking her daughter, but not her son, Rita's younger brother, Francisco. Rita adopted the surname of her first stepfather, Edward Moreno, Rosa Maria's second husband. She spent her teenage years living in the villages of Valley Stream, New York on Long Island.
Rita began her first dancing lessons soon after arriving in New York with a Spanish dancer known as "Paco Cansino", who was a paternal uncle of film star Rita Hayworth. When she was 11 years old, she lent her voice to Spanish language versions of American films. She had her first Broadway role—as "Angelina" in Skydrift—by the time she was 13, which caught the attention of Hollywood talent scouts.
Moreno acted steadily in films throughout the 1950s, usually in small roles, including in The Toast of New Orleans (1950) and Singin' in the Rain (1952), in which she played the starlet "Zelda Zanders". In March 1954, Moreno was featured on the cover of Life Magazine with the caption "Rita Moreno: An Actress's Catalog of Sex and Innocence".
Moreno disliked most of her film work during this period, as she felt the roles she was given were very stereotypical. One exception was her supporting role in the film version of The King and I as Tuptim.
In 1961, Moreno landed the role of Anita in Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins' film adaptation of Leonard Bernstein's and Stephen Sondheim's groundbreaking Broadway musical West Side Story, which had been played by Chita Rivera on Broadway. Moreno won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for that role.
After winning the Oscar, Moreno thought she would be able to continue to perform less stereotypical film roles, but was disappointed:
Ha, ha. I showed them. I didn't make another movie for seven years after winning the Oscar.... Before West Side Story, I was always offered the stereotypical Latina roles. The Conchitas and Lolitas in westerns. I was always barefoot. It was humiliating, embarrassing stuff. But I did it because there was nothing else. After West Side Story, it was pretty much the same thing. A lot of gang stories.
Moreno had a major role in Summer and Smoke (1961), released soon after West Side Story. She did appear in one film during her self-imposed exile from Hollywood – Cry of Battle (1963) – although it had been filmed directly before and after she won the Academy Award.
She made her return to film in The Night of the Following Day (1968) with Marlon Brando, and followed that with Popi (1969), Marlowe (1969) with James Garner, Carnal Knowledge (1971) and The Ritz (1976). Another notable role was in the hit film The Four Seasons (1981). She has continued to work in film since then, including a small voice role in the 2014 film Rio 2, perhaps her most commercially successful film.
In 2018, Moreno will star and executive produce along with Steven Spielberg the reboot of West Side Story
From 1971 to 1977, Moreno was a main cast member on the PBS children's series The Electric Company. She screamed the show's opening line, "Hey, you guys!" Her roles on the show included Millie the Helper, the naughty little girl Pandora, and Otto, a very short-tempered director.
Moreno appearance on The Muppet Show earned her a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Performance in a Variety or Music Program in 1977. As a result, she became the third person (after Richard Rodgers and Helen Hayes) to have won an Oscar (1962), a Grammy (1972), a Tony (1975), and an Emmy (1977), frequently referred to as an "EGOT" after Philip Michael Thomas coined the term during a Tonight Show appearance.
One notable guest appearance was a three-episode arc on The Rockford Files in 1977 as former call girl Rita Kapcovic. For her portrayal, Moreno won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress - Drama Series.
During the mid-1990s, Moreno provided the voice of Carmen Sandiego on Fox's animated series Where on Earth is Carmen Sandiego? In the franchise's 2019 animated series, Moreno voices the character Cookie Booker.
In the late 1990s, she gained exposure to a new generation of viewers when she played Sister Pete, a nun trained as a psychologist in the popular HBO series Oz, for which she won several ALMA Awards. She made a guest appearance on The Nanny as Coach Stone, Maggie's tyrannical gym teacher, whom Fran Fine also remembered from her school as Ms. Wickavich.
She had a recurring role on Law & Order: Criminal Intent as the dying mother of Detective Robert Goren. She played the family matriarch on the short-lived 2007 TV series Cane, which starred Jimmy Smits and Hector Elizondo. She played the mother of Fran Drescher's character in the 2011–13 TV sitcom Happily Divorced.
In 2014, Moreno appeared in the NBC television film Old Soul, alongside Natasha Lyonne, Fred Willard and Ellen Burstyn. The film was intended as a pilot for a television series, but it was not picked up.
Moreno currently Stars as the matriarch of a Cuban-American family in the Netflix sitcom One Day at a Time, a remake produced by Norman Lear of Lear's 1975–84 sitcom. The first season premiered in January 2017. Critics overall praised the show, and especially the performances of Moreno and the series' star, Justina Machado.
Moreno's Broadway credits include Last of the Red Hot Lovers (1969), the very short-lived musical Gantry (1970) and The Ritz, for which she won the 1975 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress. She appeared in the female version of The Odd Couple, that ran in Chicago, for which she won the Sarah Siddons Award in 1985.
In September 2011, Moreno began performing a solo autobiographical show at the Berkeley Rep (theater) in Berkeley, California, Rita Moreno: Life Without Makeup written by Berkeley Rep artistic director Tony Taccone after hours of interviews with Moreno.
In 2017, she and multiple others contributed to Lin-Manuel Miranda's single "Almost Like Praying" where proceeds from the song went to the Hispanic Federation's UNIDOS Disaster Relief program to benefit those affected by Hurricane Maria that devastated the island of Puerto Rico.
Moreno was romantically involved with actor Marlon Brando. It was a tumultuous relationship due to his infidelity. When Moreno became pregnant, Brando arranged for an abortion. After a botched abortion, Moreno tried to commit suicide by overdosing on his sleeping pills.
In interviews with Good Day LA (2013) and Wendy Williams (June 28, 2018), as well as her biography, Moreno stated that Elvis Presley was not a good lover. They dated for quite some time, but whenever the opportunity presented itself to take the relationship to another level, she said Presley backed off, "like a baby brother who couldn’t make interesting conversation."
On June 18, 1965, Moreno married Leonard Gordon, a cardiologist who was also her manager. He died on June 30, 2010. They have one daughter, Fernanda Luisa Fisher, and two grandsons, Justin and Cameron Fisher. Moreno once considered leaving her husband but could not because she did not want to break up the family.
Among Moreno's awards and recognition are the following:
|1950||So Young, So Bad||Dolores Guererro||Credited as Rosita Moreno|
|1950||The Toast of New Orleans||Tina|
|1950||Pagan Love Song||Terru|
|1952||The Ring||Lucy Gomez|
|1952||Singin' in the Rain||Zelda Zanders|
|1952||The Fabulous Senorita||Manuela Rodríguez|
|1953||Fort Vengeance||Bridget Fitzgibbon|
|1953||Ma and Pa Kettle on Vacation||Soubrette||Uncredited|
|1954||The Yellow Tomahawk||Honey Bear|
|1954||Garden of Evil||Cantina Singer|
|1955||Seven Cities of Gold||Ula|
|1956||The Lieutenant Wore Skirts||Sandra Roberts|
|1956||The King and I||Tuptim|
|1956||The Vagabond King||Huguette|
|1957||The Deerslayer||Hetty Hutter|
|1960||This Rebel Breed||Lola Montalvo|
|1961||West Side Story||Anita|
|1961||Summer and Smoke||Rosa Zacharias|
|1963||Cry of Battle||Sisa|
|1968||The Night of the Following Day||Vi|
|1976||The Ritz||Googie Gomez|
|1978||The Boss' Son||Esther Rose|
|1979||Anatomy of a Seduction||Nina||TV film|
|1980||Happy Birthday, Gemini||Lucille|
|1981||Evita Peron||Renata Riguel||TV film|
|1981||The Four Seasons||Claudia Zimmer|
|1991||Age Isn't Everything||Rita|
|1994||I Like It Like That||Rosaria Linares|
|1995||Carmen Miranda: Bananas is My Business||Herself||Documentary|
|1998||Slums of Beverly Hills||Belle Abromowitz||Nominated—ALMA Award for Outstanding Actress in a Feature Film in a Crossover Role|
|1999||Carlo's Wake||Angela Torello|
|1999||The Puerto Ricans: Our American Story||Herself||Documentary|
|2003||Casa de los Babys||Señora Muñoz|
|2003||Scooby-Doo! and the Monster of Mexico||Dona Dolores and Woman No. 3 (voice)|
|2003||Beyond Borders: John Sayles in Mexico||Herself||Documentary|
|2004||King of the Corner||Inez|
|2006||Play It By Ear||Ruth|
|2014||Rio 2||Mimi (voice)|
|2014||Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks||Ida Barks|
|1958||Father Knows Best||Chanthini||Episode: "Fair Exchange" (November 24, 1958)|
|1960||Bourbon Street Beat||Manuela Ruiz||Episode: "Suitable for Framing" (May 16, 1960)|
|1963||Burke's Law||Margaret Cowls||Episode: "Who Killed Julian Buck?" (October 18, 1963)|
|1971–1977||The Electric Company||Carmela
Otto The Director
Pandora the Little Girl, Millie the Helper
|1974||Dominic's Dream||Anita Bente|
|1974||Out to Lunch||Various||Nominated—Emmy Award for Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in Variety or Music|
|1975||Mister Rogers' Neighborhood||Herself||Episode #1399|
|1976||The Muppet Show||Herself|
|1978||The Rockford Files||Rita Capkovic|
|1979||Anatomy of a Seduction||Nina|
|1979||The Muppets Go Hollywood||Herself/Host||Special|
|1981||Evita Perón||Renata Riguel|
|1982–1983||9 to 5||Violet Newstead|
|1982||Portrait of a Showgirl||Rosella DeLeon||Nominated—Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie|
|1986||The Golden Girls||Renee||Episode: "Empty Nests"|
|1987||The Cosby Show||Mrs. Granger||Episode: "You Only Hurt the One You Love"|
|1989–1990||B.L. Stryker||Kimberly Baskin||2 episodes|
|1994||The Nanny||Miss Wickervich/Mrs. Stone||Episode: "The Gym Teacher"|
|1994–1998||Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?||Carmen Sandiego (voice)||Nominated—Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program (1995, 1996, 1997)|
|1994–1995||The Cosby Mysteries||Angie Corea||16 episodes|
|1995||The Wharf Rat||Mom|
|1995||The Magic School Bus||Dr. Camrina Skeledon (voice)||Episode: "The Busasaurus"|
|1997–2003||Oz||Sister Peter Marie Reimondo|
|1998||The Spree||Irma Kelly|
|2003||The Guardian||Caroline Novak||Guest stars as Louisa Olsen's (Wendy Moniz) mother|
|2005||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Mildred Quintana||Episode: "Night"|
|2005||Law & Order: Trial by Jury||Mildred Quintana||Episode: "Day"|
|2006–2007||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Frances Goren||3 episodes: "Endgame"; "The War at Home" and "Brother's Keeper"|
|2007||George Lopez||Luisa Diaz||Episode: "George Testi-Lies for Benny"|
|2007||Ugly Betty||Aunt Mirta||Episode: "A Tree Grows in Guadalajara"|
|2007||Cane||Amalia Duque||13 episodes|
|2010||In Plain Sight||Rita Ramirez||Episode: "Coma Chameleon"|
|2011||Special Agent Oso||Abuela (voice)||Episode: "For Tamales with Love/Pinata Royale"|
|2011–2013||Happily Divorced||Dori Newman|
|2013||Welcome to the Family||Lita||Episode: "Date Night"|
|2013||Nicky Deuce||Tutti||TV movie|
|2014||Old Soul||Rita||TV movie|
|2015||Getting On||Sister Lily Claire||Episode: "Reduced to Eating Boiled Magazines and Book Paste"|
|2015–2016||Jane the Virgin||Liliana De La Vega||4 episodes: "Chapter Eighteen", "Chapter Thirty-Three", "Chapter Thirty-Two", "Chapter Thirty-One" |
Online Film & Television Association Award for Best Guest Actress in a Comedy Series
|2015–present||Nina's World||Abuelita (voice)|
|2015||A Gift of Miracles||Beverly||TV movie|
|2016||Grey's Anatomy||Gayle||Episode: "Odd Man Out"|
|2016||Grace and Frankie||Lucy||Episode: "The Vitamix"|
|2017–2019||One Day at a Time||Lydia||Main cast|
|2018||Elena of Avalor||Queen Camila (voice)||2 episodes|
|2019||Carmen Sandiego||Cookie Booker||Voice role|
The 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, honoring the best achievements in film and television performances for the year 2013, were presented on January 18, 2014 at the Shrine Exposition Center in Los Angeles. The ceremony was broadcast simultaneously by TNT and TBS 8:00 p.m. EST / 5:00 p.m. PST and the nominees were announced on December 11, 2013.Rita Moreno was announced as the 2013 SAG Life Achievement Award honoree on July 22, 2013.B.L. Stryker
B.L. Stryker is an American detective drama that aired on ABC from February 13, 1989 to May 5, 1990 as part of the ABC Mystery Movie umbrella group, along with Gideon Oliver, Columbo, and Kojak. Tom Selleck was one of the series' executive producers. The series starred Burt Reynolds, Ossie Davis, and Rita Moreno; Reynolds also directed several of the episodes.Fort Vengeance
Fort Vengeance (aka Royal Mounted Police) is a 1953 American Cinecolor Western film directed by Lesley Selander and starring James Craig, Rita Moreno and Keith Larsen.Garden of Evil
Garden of Evil (1954) is a Western film, directed by Henry Hathaway, about three somewhat disreputable 19th-century soldiers of fortune, played by Gary Cooper as an ex-lawman, Richard Widmark as a gambler, and Cameron Mitchell as a bounty hunter, who are randomly hired by a woman, portrayed by Susan Hayward, to rescue her husband (Hugh Marlowe). Rita Moreno appears at the beginning of the film as a Mexican cantina singer/dancer. The picture was shot on location in mountains, villages and jungle of western Mexico except for interiors in Mexico City.Marlowe (film)
Marlowe is a 1969 American neo-noir film starring James Garner as Raymond Chandler's private detective Philip Marlowe. Directed by Paul Bogart, the film was written by Stirling Silliphant based on Chandler's 1949 novel The Little Sister.
The supporting cast includes Bruce Lee, Gayle Hunnicutt, Rita Moreno, Sharon Farrell, Carroll O'Connor and Jackie Coogan.The film foreshadowed James Garner's second Los Angeles P.I. character Jim Rockford in The Rockford Files. Rita Moreno would also go on to co-star as a recurring character in the series.
Many of the wisecracking Marlowe lines incorporated by Silliphant for this movie were taken directly from Chandler's novel. Silliphant is best known for his Academy Award-winning screenplay for In the Heat of the Night (1967) and creating the television series Route 66 and Naked City.
This movie introduced martial arts legend Bruce Lee to many American film viewers.
The film's title song "Little Sister" (named after the novel from which the film is derived) is provided by the group Orpheus.One Day at a Time (2017 TV series)
One Day at a Time is an American comedy web television series based on Norman Lear's 1975–1984 sitcom of the same name. Lear’s company, Act III Productions, approached Sony with the idea of reimagining the original series with a Hispanic family. It was developed by Gloria Calderon Kellett and Mike Royce, with Lear and his producing partner Brent Miller as executive producers.The series features an ensemble cast starring Justina Machado, Todd Grinnell, Isabella Gomez, Marcel Ruiz, with Stephen Tobolowsky, and Rita Moreno. The show revolves around a Cuban-American family living in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Echo Park, focusing on a single mom who is an Army veteran dealing with PTSD, her kids and her Cuban mother. The re-imagination of the original CBS sitcom tackles important issues like mental illness, immigration, sexism, homophobia, and racism that Latinos living in the United States face.
The first season consisted of thirteen episodes and it was released on January 6, 2017. On March 4, 2017, Netflix renewed the series for a second season. On January 26, 2018, the second season premiered on the streaming service with thirteen episodes. On March 26, 2018, a third season was ordered. Following the announcement on December 13, 2018, season 3 premiered on February 8, 2019. Netflix canceled the series on March 14, 2019. Kellett and Royce have both stated that Sony intends to shop the series to other networks, with CBS All Access expressing interest.Upon its release, the show received critical acclaim, with critics and journalists praising the writing and the performances of Machado and Moreno. One Day at a Time was listed as one of the best television shows of 2017, with over eighteen critics ranking it as one of the top ten shows of the year. The series received multiple awards and nominations, including a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing for a Comedy Series (Pat Barnett). At the Imagen Foundation Awards won Best Primetime Television Program – Comedy, Best Actress – Television (Machado), Best Supporting Actress – Television (Gomez) and Best Young Actor – Television (Ruiz). Moreno was nominated for a Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. The series was also nominated for a GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Comedy Series.Out to Lunch (TV program)
Out to Lunch is a prime-time television special that was broadcast on December 10, 1974, on ABC, from 9 to 10pm ET. It mixed the Sesame Street Muppets and the cast of The Electric Company along with guest stars Elliott Gould, Barbara Eden and Carol Burnett. This is the first of several Sesame Street-related productions directly produced by Henson Associates (the others being the 1983 television special Big Bird in China, the 1985 feature film Sesame Street Presents: Follow That Bird, the 1989 television special Sesame Street… 20 Years & Still Counting, the 1996 television special Elmo Saves Christmas, the 1998 television special Elmopalooza!, and the 1999 feature film The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland).
A member of the Electric Company cast, Rita Moreno, received an Emmy nomination in 1975 for her participation in the show in the category of Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in Variety or Music.Summer and Smoke (film)
Summer and Smoke is a 1961 American drama film directed by Peter Glenville, and starring Laurence Harvey and Geraldine Page, with Rita Moreno, Una Merkel, John McIntire, Thomas Gomez, Pamela Tiffin, Malcolm Atterbury, Lee Patrick, and Earl Holliman. Based on the Tennessee Williams play of the same name, it was adapted by James Poe and Meade Roberts. The story follows a young reserved girl who meets a doctor who lives on the wild side. They become friends, but the beliefs they hold create difficulties for the relationship.The Deerslayer (1957 film)
The Deerslayer is a 1957 American adventure film in CinemaScope and Color by De Luxe, directed by Kurt Neumann and written by Carroll Young, Neumann and an uncredited Dalton Trumbo. The film stars Lex Barker, Rita Moreno, Forrest Tucker, Cathy O'Donnell, Jay C. Flippen and Carlos Rivas. It is based on the novel The Deerslayer by James Fenimore Cooper. The film was released on September 10, 1957, by 20th Century Fox.The Electric Company
The Electric Company is an American educational children's television series created by Paul Dooley and directed by Robert Schwarz (1971 and 1977), Henry Behar (1972–1975), John Tracy (1975–1976); written by Dooley, Christopher Cerf (1971–1973), Jeremy Steven (1972–1974) and John Boni/Amy Ephron (1972–1973); and produced by the Children's Television Workshop (now called Sesame Workshop) for PBS in the United States. PBS broadcast 780 episodes over the course of its six seasons from October 25, 1971, to April 15, 1977 (in many areas, a preview special, Here Comes The Electric Company [pilot episode], was seen in syndication through sponsor Johnson Wax on many local commercial stations during the week before its 1971 debut). After it ceased production in 1977, the program continued in reruns until October 4, 1985, as the result of a decision made in 1975 to produce two final seasons for perpetual use. The Workshop produced the show at Second Stage, located within the Reeves Teletape Studios (Teletape), in Manhattan, which had been the first home of Sesame Street.
The Electric Company employed sketch comedy and various other devices to provide an entertaining program to help elementary school children develop their grammar and reading skills. Since it was intended for children who had graduated from CTW's flagship program, Sesame Street, the humor was more mature than what was seen there.The Lieutenant Wore Skirts
The Lieutenant Wore Skirts is a 1956 comedy film directed by Frank Tashlin and starring Tom Ewell, Sheree North, and Rita Moreno. It is a comedy about a man whose marriage begins to fail when his wife enlists.The Muppets Go Hollywood
The Muppets Go Hollywood is a one-hour television special that aired on CBS. It was used to promote The Muppet Movie.The Night of the Following Day
The Night of the Following Day is a 1969 American Technicolor crime film directed by Hubert Cornfield starring Marlon Brando, Richard Boone, Rita Moreno and Pamela Franklin. Filmed in France, around Le Touquet it tells the story of a kidnapped heiress being held hostage in a remote beachhouse on the coast of France.The Ritz (film)
The Ritz is a 1976 American comedy farce film directed by Richard Lester based on the play of the same title by Terrence McNally. Actress Rita Moreno, who had won a Tony Award for her performance as Googie Gomez in the 1975 Broadway production, and many others of the original cast like Jack Weston, Jerry Stiller, and F. Murray Abraham, reprise their onstage roles in the film version. Also in the cast were Kaye Ballard and Treat Williams. The film, Jack Weston, and Rita Moreno all received Golden Globe nominations in the comedy category. It opened to mixed reviews.The Toast of New Orleans
The Toast of New Orleans is a 1950 MGM musical film directed by Norman Taurog and choreographed by Eugene Loring. It stars Mario Lanza, Kathryn Grayson, David Niven, J. Carrol Naish, James Mitchell and Rita Moreno. The film was made in the wake of That Midnight Kiss, Lanza's successful film debut, as an opportunity for Lanza to sing on the big screen again.The Vagabond King (1956 film)
The Vagabond King is a 1956 Paramount Pictures musical film directed by Michael Curtiz and Kathryn Grayson, Oreste Kirkop, Rita Moreno, Sir Cedric Hardwicke, Walter Hampden, and Leslie Nielsen. It is an adaptation of the 1925 operetta The Vagabond King by Rudolf Friml. Hampden plays King Louis XI. Mary Grant designed the film's costumes.The Yellow Tomahawk
The Yellow Tomahawk is a 1954 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Richard Alan Simmons. The film stars Rory Calhoun, Peggie Castle, Noah Beery, Jr., Warner Anderson, Peter Graves, Lee Van Cleef and Rita Moreno. The film was released in May 1954, by United Artists.Triple Crown of Acting
The Triple Crown of Acting is a term used in the American entertainment industry to describe actors who have won a competitive Academy Award, Emmy Award, and Tony Award in the acting categories. As of June 2018, twenty-four people have achieved the triple crown of acting (15 women, 9 men). Helen Hayes's Emmy Award win on February 5, 1953, made her the first person to achieve the triple crown. Thomas Mitchell became the first man to achieve the triple crown with his Tony Award win later the same year on March 29, 1953. Hayes and Rita Moreno are the only triple crown winners in competitive acting categories who have also won a Grammy Award to complete the EGOT.We Kiss in a Shadow
"We Kiss in a Shadow" is a show tune from the 1951 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, The King and I.
In this song, Tuptim and Lun Tha declare their love for each other, even though they fear that the King of Siam will learn of it.
In the original Broadway production it was performed by Doretta Morrow and Larry Douglas. In the 1956 film version it was sung by Reuben Fuentes dubbing for Carlos Rivas and Leona Gordon dubbing for Rita Moreno.
listed by duration and year of completion
Triple Crown of Acting winners