Here are 2 famous actresses from Mexico died at 59:
Jacqueline Voltaire (November 6, 1948 Stratford-upon-Avon-April 8, 2008 Mexico City) also known as Jackie, Jacqueline Anne Walter Clisson, Jacqueline Walters Voltaire, Jacqueline Walters or Jaqueline Walters was a Mexican actor, model, singer and dancer.
Born to a British father and a Mexican mother, Jacqueline Voltaire spent her early childhood in England before moving to Mexico with her family. She began her career as a model and actor in Mexico in the 1960s, appearing in films and television shows. She also pursued singing and dancing, becoming known for her performances in cabarets and nightclubs in Mexico City.
Voltaire gained widespread recognition as the host of the popular Mexican television program "Siempre en Domingo" in the 1980s, where she interviewed famous guests and performed musical numbers. She also appeared in several Mexican films, including "Muerte ciega" and "El hombre que supo amar".
Throughout her career, Jacqueline Voltaire was known for her beauty, elegance, and magnetic personality. She was a beloved figure in Mexican entertainment, and her death in 2008 was widely mourned.
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Sonia Furió (July 30, 1937 Alicante-December 1, 1996 Mexico City) also known as Sonia Furio Flores or María Sonia Furió Flores was a Mexican actor.
Sonia Furió began her acting career in the late 1950s, primarily appearing in Spanish-language films. She gained international recognition for her performances in films such as "The Professionals" (1966) and "The Bridge at Remagen" (1969). Furió became a naturalized citizen of Mexico and continued to work in Mexican films, television shows, and stage productions throughout her career. She was known for her versatility as an actor, able to seamlessly transition between dramatic roles and comedic ones. In addition to her acting career, Furió was also a well-respected acting teacher and founded her own acting school in Mexico City. She passed away in 1996 at the age of 59 due to complications from surgery.
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