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Mexican actress Edith González died at age 54

The actress Edith González died at age 54 after fighting several years against ovarian cancer.

This was confirmed by the Mexican newspaper El Universal in an information published on Thursday.

“Güera (Edith) we are going to miss you! There is no pain more harsh than the one that your mom is feeling, which I embrace with a lot of affection”, the actress Leticia Calderón tweeted.

Other celebrities have also expressed their sorrow over the loss of one of the most beloved and spoiled “güeras” on Mexican television.

Edith González Fuentes was born in Monterrey, Nuevo León (Mexico) on December 10, 1964. She leaves in the orphanhood to Constanza Creel González, her only daughter.

Edith González, famous for starring soap operas such as “Doña Barbara” and “Salomé”, posted in 2017, on her Instagram account, a video of a campaign in which she talked about her life after the diagnosis of ovarian cancer.

“My life changed in an instant, cancer challenged me to take control and to understand that life is pure attitude,” said the popular Mexican actress in the short video, which went viral among her fans.

In those days I had been in the news for posing without a wig for the cover of the Mexican magazine “Quién” and for parading in the same way on a red carpet.

In the country, his first great performances were broadcast in soap operas such as “Soledad” (1980), “El hogar que yo robé” (1981), “Bianca Vidal” (1982) and “La Fiera” (1983). Edith has had an upward career leading successful productions in major networks such as Televisa and her latest work on Telemundo. So it has been part of our lives when we saw it in telenovelas like “Corazón salvaje” (1993), “La sombra del otro” (1993), “Doña Bárbara” (2008-2009), “La caula de oro” (1997) ), “Mundo de fieras” (2006-2007) and his last performance was in “Eva la trailera” (2016).

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