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Pilar Estravados (born Conchita Lopez) is a major protagonist in Agatha Christie's 1938 Hercule Poirot novel, Hercule Poirot's Christmas.
Conchita/Pilar is the self-proclaimed estranged granddaughter of Simeon Lee and the lover of Stephen Farr. However, it turns out that the real Pilar died in the Spanish civil war and Conchita Lopez, as her travel companion, stole her identity and impersonated her to fulfill her companion's goal in her stead.
In Agatha Christie's Poirot, she was portrayed by Sasha Behar.
In Other Medias
Murder on the Orient Express (2017)
- Main article: Greta Ohlsson
In the 2017 film adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express, the Swedish character Greta Ohlsson is turned into a Spanish character and renamed Pilar Estravados. She is portrayed by Penelope Cruz in this film.
According to Kenneth Branagh, the switch of roles between Greta and the original Pilar is meant for creating a surprise and fresh mood to the adaptation.
- In Agatha Christie's Poirot, Stephen was omitted from this adaptation, and Pilar was in love with Harry Lee instead.