On Saturday morning it was announced that the Mexican actress, Pilar Pellicer, died at the 82 years old. The news was released by the National Association of Interpreters (ANDI), through its Twitter account, as well as the account of Televisa Espectáculos, which also mourned his passing.
Through social networks, multiple sources, including the actress Laura Zapata and the entertainment journalist, Luis Magaña, reported that the reason for his death had been complications from COVID-19; however this version has not been confirmed by relatives or people close to the interpreter.
Pillar Pellicer was born in 1938 in Mexico City and began his career in front of the cameras at end of the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema. His first leading role was in the movie Pedro Paramo, directed by Carlos Velo, while one of his most recognized roles was in The Shock, by Emilio “El Indio” Fernández.
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