After retiring from Televisa, beloved soap opera actress resigns from TV Azteca and reappears in ‘Hoy’

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Mexico City.- A famous actress, who He disappeared of the novels since 11 yearsleft the ranks of Aztec TV to return to Televisa and a few hours ago he came back to the program Today.

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This is the renowned Mexican interpreter Angelica Aragonwho debuted in San Ángel in 1980 when he made the melodrama Sandra and Paulina and later received the opportunity to be in others like The home that I stole, sparky, the beastmoonless days, Pink Shoelaces and many more.

After these successful projects on the Las Estrellas channel, the CDMX-born decided give up to this company because she felt that they despised her and only wanted to give her “older” characters, and she joined the Ajusco television station in 1997 to make the unforgettable melodrama Woman’s look.

Angélica worked at TV Azteca until 2011 and was able to make the soap operas the jackal, rough tide, Woman’s look: The return and with an open heart. After this, he dedicated himself to doing theater, cinema and series.

However, this 2022 the first actress returned to San Ángel through the front door because she was called to participate in the unauthorized bioseries of Vicente Fernandez which is named The Last King: The Son of the People.

A few hours ago, Aragón gave an exclusive interview to the journalist Ricardo Escobar for the morning Today and here he told that the doors in Hollywood could be opened thanks to the fact that he is a polyglot:

Correctly, Spanish, French, Portuguese, English and I can get by in Italian,” he explained.

Likewise, the first actress took the opportunity to comment that her 68 yearsShe has never been subjected to any type of surgery and commented that he is against this type of treatment.

Isabela Corona told me ‘swear to me that you will never touch your face’ and well, I’m sworn in,” she added.

Source: Instagram @ricardojescobar, YouTube Today and TVyNovelas