Juan Verduzco actor of the Mexican version of Yo soy

Juan Verduzco, actor of the Mexican version of “Yo soy Betty, la fea”, has died People Culture

In the afternoon of this March 4th The National Association of Actors of Mexico reported the death of actor Juan Verduzcoknown for his role as Don Camerino in the hit Televisa series “La familia P. Luche”.

The news was announced on ANDA's social networks through a message in which they also expressed their solidarity with the family and friends of the actor.

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The National Association of Actors deeply regrets the death of our partner Juan Verduzco, member of our union. Our condolences go out to his family, friends and colleagues. Rest in peace,” they wrote.

Until now, No information was given about the cause of death or burial.

Verduzco, who had just turned 78, left a legacy in Mexican television, having participated in several soap operas and Televisa programs throughout his 50-year artistic career.

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In 1967 he made his debut on the small screen and appeared as an extra in the melodrama “The Menagerie”. In 1978 he got his first major role in “People drip” and in 1987 he worked alongside Verónica Castro in the telenovela “Wild Rose'.

This year was crucial for his career as he entered the world of comedy in the series DR. Cándido Pérez', where he shared the credits with Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo.

“My Second Mother”, “Poor Rich Girl”, “Pink Shoelaces”, “Long Live the Children”, “Bridal Veil”, “A Happy Family”, “The Cat”, “The Hotel of Secrets” and “Ringo”. ', are part of his CV; However, His most famous role is that of Don Camerino in the “P. Luche Family”.

Celebrities say goodbye for the last time

After that, this unfortunate news came outSome entertainment personalities have taken to their social media to fire the actorwho will be remembered as a great man and, above all, as an extremely talented artist.

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I deeply regret the sensitive death of Juan Verduzco, one of my father's best friends.

One of the first to respond was producer Oscar Ortíz de Pinedo, son of Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo, who was very close to the late actor.

“I deeply regret the sensitive death of Juan Verduzco, one of my father's best friends, who was an integral part of my childhood and youth. My deepest condolences go out to his family and friends. rest in peace” he posted on his X account.


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