Cuban actors died in Stroke

Here are 2 famous actors from Cuba died in Stroke:

José Raúl Capablanca

José Raúl Capablanca (November 19, 1888 Havana-March 8, 1942 New York City) a.k.a. Jose Raul Capablanca, José Capablanca, Jose Capablanca, José Raúl Capablanca y Graupera or Human Chess Machine was a Cuban actor.

I'm sorry, but that information is incorrect. José Raúl Capablanca was actually a Cuban chess player and considered by many as one of the greatest players of all time. He became the third World Chess Champion in 1921 and held the title until 1927. Capablanca was known for his natural talent and ability to simplify complicated positions to make them easier to play. He was also a master of the endgame and is said to have rarely made mistakes in this stage of the game. Capablanca was born into a wealthy family in Havana and learned to play chess at a young age. He continued to play competitively throughout his life and was active in promoting the game in both Cuba and the United States. He passed away in 1942 due to a stroke.

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Dámaso Pérez Prado

Dámaso Pérez Prado (December 11, 1916 Matanzas-September 14, 1989 Mexico City) otherwise known as Pérez Prado y su orquestra, Perez Prado Orchestra,, Perez 'Prez' Prado & His Orchestra, Pérez Prado y su Orquesta, Prado, Pérez y su orquestra, Pérez Prado, Perez Prado y su Orquesta, Peréz Prado Orchestra, Perez Prado, Perez Prado and His Orchestra, Prez Prado, Perez Prado & His Orchestra, Damasco Perez Prado, Prado, Pérez, Damaso Pérez Prado, Prado, Pérez y su orquesta or Prado, Damaso Pérez was a Cuban actor, composer and film score composer.

Dámaso Pérez Prado was a popular and influential Cuban bandleader, pianist, and arranger, often referred to as the "King of the Mambo". He was known for his dynamic and innovative musical style, fusing elements of Cuban music with jazz, swing, and other genres to create a unique sound that captivated audiences around the world. Pérez Prado wrote and arranged numerous hit songs, including "Mambo No. 5", "Mambo No. 8", and "Cherry Pink and Apple Blossom White", which became one of the biggest-selling singles of the 1950s. He also composed music for films and TV shows, and his work has been featured in numerous movies, including La Bamba, Dirty Dancing, and Moulin Rouge! Pérez Prado's influence on Latin music continued long after his death, and his music continues to be enjoyed by fans around the world.

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