After the deterioration of his health as a result of the kidney cancer that he suffered, The first Mexican actor Héctor Bonilla died at the age of 83, at his home in Mexico City. According to a statement published on social networks by his family, the respected actor left in peace, without pain and surrounded by his closest loved ones. As this unfortunate news came to light, many celebrities, such as Maribel Guardia, have expressed their feelings.
“We have lost a great actor, producer and director,” said the Costa Rican actress and singer. Maribel Guardia on their social networks. “He was an extraordinary artist, but a better person, a hug for his esteemed family, I send my condolences and those of my family.” In her publication, the actress Joana Benedek he wrote: “RIP dear Hector, may the light of God receive him for all eternity, amen.”
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Actress and film and television producer Florinda Meza, widow of Roberto Gómez Bolaños, “Chespirito”, was very sorry for the departure of Héctor Bonilla, “my deepest condolences to his family.” It should be remembered that the actor had a special participation in one of the episodes of the series “El Chavo del 8”.
The Mexican actress Ana Martín and Héctor Bonilla starred in the soap opera “La pasión de Isabela” in the 80’s. On his social networks, he expressed: “fly very high, friend.” For her part, the singer Eugenia Leon external: “dear Héctor Bonilla, see you always”.
Comedian Luis Spainwho plays “Germán” in the successful series “Vecinos”, described Héctor Bonilla as an emblematic, disciplined, exemplary actor, a source of inspiration for generations of young people, wanting to study and dedicate himself to the trade of the stage, “great Don Héctor, leave an endearing mark, my condolences to his family”. Another of the celebrities who have reacted to the death of the actor, was the actress and singer Lucia Mendez: “Rest in peace great friend and actor, you went ahead on the road, I pray to God for your eternal rest, strength and comfort to your family.”
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Film, theater and television actress Laura Zapata sent her condolences to the wife and children of Héctor Bonilla, and the companions who shared with art. RIP, may God receive him in his Holy Glory and perpetual light shine for him “.
Hector Bonillarecognized as Living Cultural Heritage of Mexico City, by the Ministry of Culture, made his debut as an actor, at the age of 23, in the film “Jóvenes y bellas”, directed and written by Puerto Rican filmmaker Fernando Cortés.
In addition to “Rojo Amanecer” (a film based on the Tlatelolco Massacre or Massacre of October 2), other of his most notable film projects were “With a license to kill”, “Los novios”, “El monasterio de los vultures”, “The Dog’s Birthday”, “The Mexican”, “Matinée”, “Red Dawn”, “A Father Not So Father” and “A Christmas Not So Father”. Likewise, he was part of the cast of soap operas such as “Velo de novia”, “La gloria y el infierno”, “Rosa Salvaje”, “La vida en el espejo”, “Entre el amor y deseo”, “Amor sin reserva” and many more.
“I will always remember Héctor Bonilla as one of my father’s best friends, as an exemplary professional, for the many times I saw him in ‘El Diluvio que viene’, a big hug to Sofía, Sergio, Fernando and Leonor Rest in peace,” the actor and comedian said on Twitter Héctor Suárez Gomís, son of the late Héctor Suárez, father of satire on Mexican television.
The actress Jacky Bracamontes mentioned having her heart broken after the sad news“nobody made me laugh like you, nobody, I’m going to miss our talks and laughter very much, I love you very much Hector. Rest in Peace our patriarch, our not-so-father father.”
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