Mexican actor Enrique Lizalde died Monday in this capital of unknown causes, the Mexican Arts and Cinematographic Sciences Academy, of AMACC, announced via the social media networks. He was 76.
“The AMACC regrets the passing of Enrique Lizalde, actor and founder of the Independent Actors Union (S.A.I.),” the academy said, without providing more details about his death.
So far, the family of the actor - who had a long career in film, theater and television - has not provided any additional...Read Full Story
William Levy Gutiérrez William Levy (born William Levy Gutiérrez on August 29, 1980) is a Cuban actor and former model.Levy was born in Cojimar, Cuba, and is the oldest of four siblings. He is of Jewish ancestry on his paternal grandfather's side. Levy migrated to Miami, Florida, when he was 14. He attended high school, after which he studied business administration on a baseball scholarship. He subsequently went to Los Angeles to study acting and continued his...Read Full Story
Laura Flores (born Laura Aurora Flores Heras on August 23, 1963) is a Mexican actress, hostess and singer, born in Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Laura Flores had a hit single for her telenovela a grammy winning single "El Alma No Tiene Color" (The Soul Has No Color), a duet with Marco Antonio Solis. Her first taste of stardom came when she joined "Hermanos y Amigos", whose band members were her family. The group carried out extensive tours in Mexico, the Netherlands, Germany and Spain for...Read Full Story
The family of Juan de Dios Romero, an undocumented Mexican deaf-mute missing since April when he tried to cross the border into Arizona for the second time in a few days, asked the consul general of Mexico in Chicago to help them find him “dead or alive.”
“We fear the worst, because he could well have been left to die by people smugglers in the Sonora desert,” his sister Cristina told a press conference.
As she told it, the last time they knew anything of Romero, 41, was from a smuggler who...Read Full Story
The two sons of a wealthy landowner—only one of whom is legitimate—become rivals for the love of a beautiful but ambitious woman. Juan del Diablo, the illegitimate son of a wealthy landowner, grew up untamed on the beaches of San Pedro. His father’s dying wish for Juan to bear the family name is ignored, and Juan remains in poverty while his half brother Andres moves to Mexico City. They meet fifteen years later when Andres marries Aimee, Juan’s lover. Juan’s jealous rage is...Read Full Story
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