Legendary Mexican actor and comedian Héctor Suárez dies

Legendary Mexican actor

The amazing Mexican on-screen character and humorist Héctor Suárez died on June 2 at 81 years old in Mexico City. This was declared today by his child, Héctor Suárez Gomís, in his interpersonal organizations with a concise proclamation, where he asks that they comprehend the profound torment of the family and regard their despondency.

In spite of the fact that the reasons for his demise were not revealed, Héctor Suárez was determined to have bladder malignancy in September 2015, a sickness that drove him to be hospitalized on a few events from that point forward.

Last March the entertainer’s child told the press that his dad, after a few intercessions, had a kidney expelled and afterward had his bladder and prostate evacuated.

Suarez appeared on TV with the arrangement A child tumbled from the sky in 1962 and in the film in 1965 with the film The imperceptible executioner. He was most popular for various jobs in Mexican parody, yet he likewise took an interest in different creations outside of the satire classification, for example, César Chávez.

After the updates on his passing, numerous characters indicated their torment and sent their sympathies for the incredible misfortune.

Héctor Suárez leaves his significant other Zara Calderón, his kids Héctor and Julieta Suárez Gomis and Rodrígo and Isabella Suárez Calderón, just as their grandkids Paula Suárez Gomis, Ximena Suárez Palacio and Pablo Suárez Quiroz.

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