Mexican actors who deceased in 1971

Here are 2 famous actors from Mexico died in 1971:

Enrique Rambal

Enrique Rambal (May 8, 1924 Valencia-December 15, 1971 Mexico City) also known as Enrique Rambal Sacia or Enrique Rambal Jr. was a Mexican actor and television director. He had four children, Virginia Rambal, Rebeca Rambal, Enrique Rambal and Mario Rambal.

Enrique Rambal began his acting career in the 1940s and quickly became a well-known actor in Mexico both on stage and in film. He was recognized for his versatile acting skills and ability to portray a wide range of characters. Along with his successful acting career, Rambal also ventured into directing and produced several successful television shows in Mexico.

Rambal's personal life was marked by a tumultuous marriage to actress Lilia Michel. Despite their separation, they continued to work together and starred in several successful productions together. In addition to his work in the entertainment industry, Rambal was also involved in politics and was a strong advocate for labor rights in Mexico.

Tragically, Rambal's life was cut short when he was killed in a car accident in Mexico City in 1971 at the age of 47. Despite his untimely death, Rambal's legacy in Mexican entertainment continues to live on and he is remembered for his significant contributions to the industry.

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Emilio Tuero

Emilio Tuero (April 5, 1912 Santander-July 22, 1971 Mexico City) a.k.a. El BarĂ­tono de Argel, BarĂ­tono de Argel or Emilio Tuero Cubillas was a Mexican singer, film producer and actor.

He began his career as a singer in the 1930s, performing in nightclubs and on the radio. Tuero quickly became a popular performer and recorded numerous albums throughout his career. Along with his music career, he also acted in over 70 films, starting in 1939 with the film "La Valentina" and continuing until his death in 1971. Tuero also produced several films throughout his career, including "Morena Clara" and "El Cid Cabreador". He was known for his deep baritone voice and his ability to perform a wide range of musical styles, from traditional Mexican ranchera music to boleros and tangos. Tuero passed away at the age of 59 in Mexico City.

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