Mexican actor Héctor Bonilla dies at 83 due to kidney cancer MX Mexico USA CELEBS RMMN | SHOWS

Mexican actor, producer and director of film, theater and television Hector Bonillawho suffered from kidney cancer, died this Friday at the age of 83, his family reported.

In a statement that his son Fernando Bonilla shared on social networks, details of his father’s death were given.

We hereby inform that today, November 25, 2022, after four years of fighting cancer, our beloved husband, father, grandfather, partner and example of life died: Héctor Bonilla.reads in the text.

He died at home, in peace, without pain and surrounded by his closest circle that accompanied him until the end.” added.

We are aware that Hector left an immeasurable legacy and many hearts will mourn his loss. Know that, despite the infinite sadness that overwhelms us, we are calm to say goodbye to a man who left without owing anything to anyone, who lived intensely and fully, who always led by example and sowed love and joy for every path he took. he toured as he wanted”, the statement continued.

In addition, they shared an epitaph that Bonilla himself wrote for himself a few years ago.

“The show is over, don’t mess around (disturbing), whoever saw me, saw me, there’s nothing left.”

The Ministry of Culture of Mexico regretted “deeply” the death of Bonilla, a graduate of the INBAL School of Theater Art and considered one of the best actors in Mexico.

“He developed in theater, television and cinema, where he participated in films such as Rojo amanecer”pointed out in a message on social networks the Ministry of Culture of Mexico.

It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to the great Héctor Bonilla”pointed out the Film Library of the National Autonomous University of Mexico and said that Bonilla leaves “a deep legacy in our cinema” in films such as ‘Young and Beautiful’ (1962), ‘Patsy, my love’ (1969) and ‘Red Dawn’ (1990), for which he won the Ariel Award for Best Actor in 1991.

In 2019, the Mexican Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences (AMACC) awarded the Ariel de Oro to Bonilla, an artist with an extraordinary and extensive career of more than 50 years in film, theater and television.

He has captivated us as an actor because of his professionalism and versatility.”, explained the Academy when justifying its decision to award him the prize on that occasion. (With information from EFE)


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