Which actress was deemed too young to star in a film? (Olivia Hussey)
Olivia Hussey was just 15 years old when she portrayed Juliet in Franco Zeffirelli’s masterpiece Romeo and Juliet (1968). Olivia became a worldwide fame as a result of the film, albeit her subsequent career did not fare as well.
Although she became a naturalized Englishwoman, few people knew that actress Olivia Hussey is Argentine. Olivia Osuna was born on April 17, 1951, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Andrés Osuna, better known by his stage name Osvaldo Ribó, was a well-known tango singer. Joy Hussey, her mother, was an Englishwoman.
Olivia’s parents divorced when she was two years old, and she went to England with her mother at the age of seven. Her mother enrolled her in a theater school, and she made her professional stage debut at the age of thirteen. Sharon Osborne was Olivia’s high school classmate.
I fell in love with her the first time I saw her in Romeo and Juliet (1968). I was smitten by her naive appearance, which is something I seldom see nowadays.
She was well-proportioned, not sensational, and she had charm, skill, and, most importantly, kindness!
Early live Olivia Hussey
Cabello was born to Sinuhe Estrabao and Alejandro Cabello in Havana, Cuba. She grew raised in the East
Havana village of Cojmar. Her father is a Mexican who went to Cuba and was born in Mexico City. Sofia, her younger sister, is her only sibling. Cabello and her family spent much of their childhood bouncing back and forth between Havana and Mexico City. Cabello moved to Miami, Florida, with her mother when she was six years old; her father was unable to secure a visa at the time and joined the family roughly 18 months later. Cabello became a citizen of the United States in 2008. She went to Miami Palmetto High Academic but dropped out in the middle of the 2012–2013 school year to pursue her singing career. She went on to complete her secondary school education.