Olga Breeskin was without a doubt one of the most admired and loved vedettes during the 70s and 80s in our country, since with her spectacular figure and beautiful face she managed to make her fans fall in love, while with her talent for dancing and singing she captivated millions.
The actress and dancer, who would be recognized as one of the most beautiful vedettes of File Cinemas, managed to stand out among her colleagues thanks to her talent for the violin, something that caught the attention of some businessmen who invited her to present her show in nightclubs, television programs and even in movies.
The indisputable beauty of Olga Breeskin led her to also become a sex symbol of the time and she ended up conquering anyone who got to know her, regardless of their identity or what they did for a living; This is how she managed to captivate and conquer one of the most powerful men of the time: the feared police chief “El Negro” Durazo.
Olga Breeskin’s rise to fame
Olga Eugenia Breeskin Torresfull name of the artist, He started his career at the age of 17 when her father, the conductor and violinist Elias Breeskin, passed away, a situation that forced her and her brother to work in restaurants to get money.
Over the years, it made the leap from this type of establishment to the capital’s nightclubs, where He presented his personal show with which he achieved fame very quickly. Breeskin began working on the popular show “Always on Sunday” and soon after began her career as an actress on the big screen.
The vedette debuted the movie “Mexico at night” (1968), a film starring the leading man of the time, Valentín Trujillo, and the vedette of the Cine de Oro, Rosa Carmina. Since then the trajectory and popularity of the actress would be on the rise and enjoyed great fame and fortune during the 1970s and 1980s.
Olga Breeskin worked in film, television, in addition to giving shows in Mexico and the United Statess, however, by the 1980s the decline of his career would begin. It should be noted that at the height of it, thanks to his fame, he managed to relate to politicians and powerful Mexican businessmen, one of them was the feared chief of police. Arturo Durazo Moreno, better known as “El Negro”.
The close relationship of the vedette with “El Negro” Durazo
The relationship between Durazo and Breeskin was recently confirmed after the declassified files were released recently by the current government, about the follow-up made by the Federal Directorate of Security to the public life, and also private, of the feared “Black” Durazo Moreno, which related him for several decades to the famous vedette.
Durazo is remembered for having been head of the Federal District Police and Traffic Department (now Mexico City), during the government of President José López Portillo, with whom he maintained a strong friendship. The documents revealed the great support he had from the political leaders of the timeas well as the immense economic power it had.
“His wife left him for the relations he had with Miss Olga Briskin (sic)”, is detailed in the report where he was spied on with the argument of national security. And although in many interviews the vedette has been questioned about whether she had any close ties with Durazoshe has always denied it and has assured that he was just a friend.
“A presidential candidate gave me my 3 million dollar mansion in the pedregals with everything and wild animals, it was said that Durazo gave it to me but he was just my friend. In frivolous life there are also loyalties and I was with his close friend”, he would have declared in a interview the actress and singer.
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