Here are 16 famous musicians from Mexico died at 69:
Ramon Novarro (February 6, 1899 Durango-October 30, 1968 North Hollywood) also known as José Ramón Gil Samaniego, Ramón Gil Samaniego, Ramon Samaniegos, Ramón Samaniego or Ramon Samaniego was a Mexican actor and film director.
He died in murder.
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Gilberto Rincón Gallardo (May 15, 1939 Mexico City-August 30, 2008 Mexico City) a.k.a. Gilberto Rincon Gallardo was a Mexican lawyer.
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Arturo Rosenblueth (October 2, 1900 Chihuahua-September 20, 1970 Mexico City) also known as Dr. Arturo Rosenblueth or Arturo Rosenblueth Stearns was a Mexican physician.
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Manuel Barbachano Ponce (April 4, 1925 Mérida-October 29, 1994 Mexico City) also known as Manuel Barbachano-Ponce, Manuel Barbachano or Miguel Barbachano-Ponce was a Mexican film director, screenwriter, art collector, novelist and film producer.
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Sergio Jiménez (December 17, 1937 Mexico City-January 3, 2007 Mexico City) also known as El Profe was a Mexican actor and television director. His child is called Iana Jiménez.
He died caused by myocardial infarction.
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Anita Brenner (August 13, 1905 Aguascalientes-December 1, 1974 Aguascalientes) otherwise known as Hanna Brenner or Anita Glusker was a Mexican writer and novelist.
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Javier Guzmán (January 9, 1945 El Higo-August 14, 2014 Mexico City) also known as Javier Guzman was a Mexican personality.
He died as a result of complications of diabetes mellitus.
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Horacio Gómez Bolaños (June 28, 1930 Mexico City-November 21, 1999 Mexico City) also known as Horacio Gómez Bolaños, Horacio Gómez, Godinez, Gómez Bolaños, Horacio Gómez Bolanos, Horacio Gomez Bolanos or Horácio Gómez Bolaños was a Mexican actor, comedian, film director and screenwriter.
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Freddy Fender (June 4, 1937 San Benito-October 14, 2006 Corpus Christi) a.k.a. Freddie Fender, Baldemar Huerta, Baldemar Garza Huerta, Fender, Freddy, El Bebop Kid or Scotty Wayne was a Mexican singer, guitarist, musician and actor. His children are called Sonny Fender, Danny Fender, Tammy Fender and Marla Fender.
His albums include 20 Greatest Hits, Are You Ready for Freddy?, Close to My Heart, Interpreta el Rock, Very Best of Freddy Fender, The Freddy Fender Collection, The Best Of, Crazy Cajun Recordings, 20 Golden Greats and The Man from South of the Border. Genres he performed: Rock music, Country, Tejano music and Swamp pop.
He died caused by lung cancer.
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Francisco Moreno Capdevila (January 18, 1926 Barcelona-May 3, 1995 Mexico) was a Mexican artist and visual artist.
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Max Aub (June 2, 1903 Paris-July 22, 1972 Mexico City) also known as Max Aub Mohrenwitz was a Mexican playwright, novelist and screenwriter.
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Salvador Novo (July 30, 1904 Mexico City-January 13, 1974) also known as Salvador Novo López was a Mexican writer.
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Alberto Gironella (September 26, 1929 Mexico City-August 2, 1999 Mexico City) was a Mexican personality.
He died in bone cancer.
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José Ádem (October 27, 1921 Tuxpan-February 14, 1991 Mexico City) also known as Jose Adem, Jose Adem Chahin or José Ádem Chaín was a Mexican mathematician.
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Raúl Meraz (March 13, 1927 Mexico City-April 20, 1996 Mexico City) a.k.a. Raul Meraz, Raúl Meráz or Raúl Meraz Estrada was a Mexican actor.
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Fernando Cortés (October 4, 1909 San Juan-April 5, 1979 Mexico City) otherwise known as Frédéric Corte, Fernando J. Cortes or Fernando Cortes was a Mexican film director, screenwriter, film producer and actor.
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