María de los Ángeles Félix Güereña (1914 – 2002) was a Mexican actress and singer who is considered one of the most important female figures of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. She is perhaps most recognizable for her role in the 1943 film Doña Bárbara. By the time Felix performed at the Million Dollar Theatre in the 1950s she was already well-known in Mexican cinema and was one of the most glamorous Mexican performers to grace the theater’s stage.
Although she performed at the Million Dollar Theatre in Los Angeles, she did not star in Hollywood films, instead focusing on projects in Europe and Latin America. Over the course of her career she starred in 47 films made in various countries including Spain, Mexico, and Argentina.