Mexican movie stars died in Aviation accident or incident

Here are 2 famous actors from Mexico died in Aviation accident or incident:

Pedro Infante

Pedro Infante (November 18, 1917 Mazatlán-April 15, 1957 Mérida) a.k.a. Infante, Pedro, Pedro Infante Cruz or Idolo de Guamúchil was a Mexican singer and actor. He had six children, Pedro Infante Jr., Cruz Infante, Lupita Infante, Graciela Margarita, Guadalupe Infante Torrentera and Irma Infante.

Infante began his career in the arts by singing in bars and restaurants in the 1930s, before landing a contract with a local radio station. He soon transformed into one of the most renowned stars in Mexican cinema, acting in over 60 films, and became known as a symbol of traditional Mexican masculinity. Infante also recorded over 350 songs, ranging from rancheras to boleros and was a popular radio and television host.

Despite his fame, Infante maintained his down-to-earth persona and became known as a beloved national icon. Tragically, his life was cut short at the age of 39, when he died in a plane crash while piloting a small aircraft in Yucatán, Mexico. His death sparked widespread mourning across Mexico, and his legacy as a cultural icon remains strong to this day.

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Pablo Santos

Pablo Santos (January 9, 1987 Monterrey-September 15, 2006 Toluca) also known as Pablo Alberto Santos Williams or Pabs was a Mexican actor.

He was best known for his role as Cristóbal in the telenovela series "Rebelde". Santos began his acting career in 2005 with a small role in the television series "Mujer, Casos de la Vida Real". He then went on to work in various telenovelas such as "La Verdad Oculta" and "Contra Viento y Marea". Santos's acting skills garnered him critical acclaim in the Mexican television industry. However, his life was cut short when he was killed in a car accident at the age of 19 in Toluca, Mexico in 2006. Santos is still remembered as a talented actor whose promising career was tragically cut short.

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