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Erika Robledo, actress who dubbed the voice of The Little Mermaid, has died El Universal

Erika Robledo, Voice actressShe died at the age of 48, according to the X-Account of “Anime, Manga and TV”. In fact, from the information available so far, it appears that the death occurred last Monday, January 22nd. However, no details are known about the death of the actress, who lent her voice to around a hundred characters over the course of her career. like the Little Mermaid and Cher from the movie “Clueless”.

Yesterday afternoon, the news of Robledo's death was announced on the social networks of “Anime, Manga and TV”, a website specializing in animated productions, in which he paid tribute to the Robledo family, known for having the majority of its members famous. expressed his condolences and is dedicated to the dubbing.

It was Erika's mother Guadalupe Romero who introduced her and her older sister Rocío to the world of voice replacement, as Doña Lupita was the one who dubbed Lynda Carter's voice in the productions of “Wonder Woman.” That's why she started She ended her career as a child and made her debut in the eighties.

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And just like her mother, she also translated the scripts of several films into Spanish.

Over the course of her voice acting career, Erika has played countless cartoon characters, the most famous of which include the Evil Queen in “Snow White”, Heidi in the film of the same name and Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz”. and of course Ariel in The New Adventures of the Little Mermaid, where she alternated voices with her sister Rocío.

But Robledo not only lent his voice to animated characters, but was also part of the dubbing cast of several film productions, such as “Who Framed Robert Rabitt?” (1985), “Beethoven” and “Change of Habits 2” (1992), “Forrest Gump ” (1994), “Larry Flynt: The Name of Scandal” (1996), “The Hunger Games: No Knife” (2014), “Carol” (2015) and “The Blair Witch” (2016) and many more.

More recently, she distinguished herself by dubbing the voice of Verónica Castro for the English version of “La casa de las flores”.

In fact, she was married to voice actor Leonardo Araujo, with whom she had her only son Álex.

I currently live in the city of Los Angeles, California, where I lived with my mother and sister at a very young age.

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Although the causes of her death are still unknown, social networks are talking about the last publication that she shared on her official accounts 13 days before her death, as they suggest that the actress may have given clues that something was wrong True, but that everything is going well is just speculation.

It is a photo published by him, accompanied by the sentence:

“She lives! I'm taking a much-needed break from this crazy life and trying to put the broken pieces together. I love you and I miss you.”

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