Mexican actresses who deceased at age 63

Here are 2 famous actresses from Mexico died at 63:

Gloria Marín

Gloria Marín (April 19, 1919 Mexico City-April 13, 1983 Mexico City) otherwise known as La Marín, Gloria Ramos Luna, Maria Laura Ramos Luna or La pequeña Glorina was a Mexican actor. She had one child, Gloria Virginia Guadalupe Ramos Luna.

Gloria Marín began her acting career in 1934 in the movie "Noches de México." She starred in many films during the Golden Age of Mexican cinema and worked with acclaimed directors such as Emilio Fernández and Roberto Gavaldón. She received several awards for her performances, including the Ariel Award for Best Actress. Beyond acting, Marín was also involved in philanthropic work, particularly in helping children with disabilities. She passed away from a heart attack at the age of 63. Despite her relatively short life, she left a lasting impact on Mexican cinema and is remembered as one of its most talented actresses.

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Blanca Sánchez

Blanca Sánchez (March 2, 1946 Mexico City-January 7, 2010 Mexico City) also known as Blanca Sánchez De La Fuente was a Mexican actor. She had one child, Valerie Schlosser.

She died in renal failure.

Blanca Sánchez was a prominent figure in Mexican film and television throughout her career. She began acting in the 1970s and went on to have roles in numerous popular Mexican telenovelas, such as "Cuna de Lobos" and "Mujeres Engañadas". She also appeared in films, including "El Secreto" and "Los Plomeros y Las Ficheras".

In addition to her work as an actress, Sánchez was also a dedicated advocate for animal rights. She was a regular supporter and donor to various animal welfare organizations and often participated in campaigns to raise awareness for animal welfare issues in Mexico.

Sánchez's sudden passing in 2010 was mourned by many in the Mexican entertainment industry and beyond, who remembered her for her talent and passion both on and off the screen.

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