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Manuel Valdés Death – Dead: A great loss was made known to InsideEko. As friends and families of the deceased are mourning the passing of their loved and cherished Manuel Valdés.

Having heard about this great loss, the family of this individual is passing through pains, mourning the unexpected passing of their beloved.

This departure was confirmed through social media posts made by Twitter users who pour out tributes, and condolences to the family of the deceased.

Cristian Castro’s father. Mexican actor Manuel “El Loco” Valdés dies at 89 years of age

The Mexican actor and comedian Manuel “El Loco” Valdés died at dawn this Friday at the age of 89 due to brain cancer that he had suffered since 2017 and that had been worsening his health.

“Don Manuel ‘El Loco’ Valdés has died. January 29, 1931 – August 28, 2020 RIP”, could be read on the Twitter account of Televisa Espectáculos, a company in which he worked for many years.

In 2017 he had undergone an operation to remove the tumor that was growing in his brain, but three years later it grew again and it was then that his health began to progressively deteriorate, according to the family reported to national televisions on occasion.

With a little elaborate but spontaneous humor, Manuel “El Loco” Valdés had won the affection and laughter of the Mexican public through the small screen, the big screen and also in the theaters during an extensive career of seven decades.

He was not ashamed of any kind: he danced, sang, shouted, and all without a script. Spontaneity was his hallmark.

His real name was Fernando Manuel Alfonso Gómez de Valdés y Castillo and he was born in northern Ciudad Juárez on January 29, 1931.

With his death, Mexico loses the third of four brothers who were representative icons for many generations and are a recognized lineage in entertainment.

Germán Valdés, known as Tin Tan (1915-1973) was one of the great figures of Mexican cinema between the 1940s and 1970s, while Ramón Valdés, known as Don Ramón in “El Chavo del Ocho”, (1923-1988 ), and Antonio “El Ratón” Valdés (1930) constituted a before and after in Mexican comedy.

In the same way, she was a partner of the renowned telenovela actress Verónica Castro, with whom she had a son who is also dedicated to the arts, the singer and actor Cristian Castro.

“RIP MANU”, the actress wrote on her Twitter profile next to an image with a prayer.

#manuelellocovaldés #padredecristiancastro

 

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Padre de Cristian Castro. El actor mexicano Manuel “El Loco” Valdés fallece a los de 89 años de edad EFE El actor y comediante mexicano Manuel “El Loco” Valdés falleció en la madrugada de este viernes a los 89 años de edad debido al cáncer de cerebro que padecía desde 2017 y que había ido empeorando su salud. “Ha muerto Don Manuel ‘El Loco’ Valdés. 29 Enero 1931 – 28 Agosto 2020 QEPD”, se pudo leer en la cuenta de Twitter de Televisa Espectáculos, empresa en la que trabajó durante muchos años. En 2017 se le había realizado una operación para extirparle el tumor que crecía en su cerebro, pero tres años después volvió a crecer y fue entonces que su salud comenzó a deteriorarse progresivamente, según informó la familia a televisiones nacionales en alguna ocasión. Con un humor poco elaborado pero espontáneo, Manuel “El Loco” Valdés se había ganado el cariño y las carcajadas del público mexicano a través de la pantalla pequeña, la grande y también en los teatros durante una extensa carrera de siete décadas. No tenía ningún tipo de vergüenza: bailaba, cantaba, gritaba, y todo sin libreto. La espontaneidad era su sello de calidad. Su nombre real era Fernando Manuel Alfonso Gómez de Valdés y Castillo y nació en la norteña Ciudad Juárez el 29 de enero de 1931. Con su fallecimiento, México pierde al tercero de cuatro hermanos que fueron iconos representativas para muchas generaciones y son una reconocida estirpe en el entretenimiento. Germán Valdés, conocido como Tin Tan (1915-1973) fue una de las grandes figuras del cine mexicano entre las décadas de 1940 y 1970, mientras que Ramón Valdés, conocido como don Ramón en “El Chavo del Ocho”, (1923-1988), y Antonio “El Ratón” Valdés (1930) constituyeron un antes y un después en la comedia mexicana. Del mismo modo, fue pareja de la reconocida actriz de telenovelas Verónica Castro, con quien tuvo un hijo que también se dedica a las artes, el cantante y actor Cristian Castro. “QEPD MANU”, escribió la actriz en su perfil de Twitter junto a una imagen con una oración. #manuelellocovaldés #padredecristiancastro

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Today is a sad day for people who love Mexican comedies. Manuel ‘El Loco’ Valdés passed away today 🙏🏼 he was brothers of Tin Tan & Ramón, who played Don Ramón in El Chavo del Ocho. All 3 are legends in the Mexican community


On 8/28/20, Manuel el “Loco” Valdés, a Mexican actor and comedian, of whom I was a great admirer, passed away.
In 2011 I was fortunate to invite him to declaim in a song, of which I share a fragment here.

I’m very sorry for your departure. I share some memories.

With the unfortunate death of Manuel El Loco Valdés, another of the forerunners of the witty family comedy left. That man simply showed improvisation. Not easy for an actor. Yet he mastered that art. Rest in peace Manuel El Loco Valdés.


#ENVIVO “You are short, you look fat. Ballena ”for comments like this, medalists and athletes of the Synchronized Swimming National Team, denounced their coach Adriana Loftus. And the icon of Mexican television, Manuel “El Loco” Valdés, died

We are still working on getting more details about the death, as a family statement on the death is yet to be released.

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