Actor Héctor Bonilla dies at 83 years of age

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On November 25, the Ministry of Culture in Mexico announced the death of actor Héctor Bonilla, 83, who throughout his career has received various awards for his work in film, television, and theater productions.

The news was released through the Twitter account of the Ministry of Culture. In addition, Fernando Bonilla, son of the actor, released a statement clarifying that his father left this world full of peace and joy.

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Bonilla studied at the National School of Theater of the National Institute of Fine Arts of Mexico (INBA), later he worked in films such as Mary of my heart, Red Dawn Y The legend of a mask.

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The actor worked in soap operas as The cat, Veil, letters without destination, The menagerie, among other. Among his talents was dubbing and he came to lend his voice to characters like Baloo the bear in The Jungle Book and Uncle Óscar and Uncle Felipe in the film Coconut.

Fernando Bonilla, son of the actor, released a small statement mentioning that his father died peacefully and surrounded by his loved ones. In addition, he mentioned the legacy of his father, which goes beyond the screens, as it is embedded in the memories and hearts of all those who knew him.

Actor Héctor Bonilla dies of kidney cancer

At the moment, the reason for the actor’s death has not been revealed, but local media suggest that it could be due to kidney cancer that was diagnosed in 2019.

On March 14 I turned 83, so it can be said that I am living overtime and I have lived it very happily. If I can live 10 more years, it would be a tip that will give me life, but I am not anguished or whipped; I just want to keep working on what I do: writing, directing, acting and fulfilling my cycle. With that, I am more than satisfied.

– Hector Bonilla in an interview with ‘TVyNovelas’

Source: Okchicas

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