Lilia Aragón de Rivero, who had a successful career in film, television, and theater, died at the age of 82, according to the National Association of Actors (ANDA) on social media, where they lamented the artist’s death. She was also remembered for having served as General Secretary of the actors’ union, but she also had a prolific political career.
Lilia Isabel Aragón del Rivero was born on September 22, 1938, in Cuautla, Morelos. She was the daughter of Eliseo Aragón Rebolledo, the granddaughter of the owners of the Ofelia tent, where legendary singers such as Mario Moreno Cantinflas performed.
She was engaged in the arts from a young age, which led her to enroll at the School of Theater Art and the University Theater Center, where she also continued to refine her histrionic style and attended a Hugo Argüelles playwriting workshop.
It’s worth noting that, while his passion for acting has been evident since he was a child, he also had a strong interest in other subjects and earned a law degree from Mexico’s National Autonomous University.
Although he had an unmistakable interest in acting since he was a child, he also had a strong interest in other subjects and graduated with a law degree from Mexico’s National Autonomous University.
She began her acting career in international competitions such as the Venezuelan International Theater Festival, and it is known that she had her stage debut in the play Someone Wants to Kill her in 1969, playing Friné. Later, he was involved in productions such as Rafael López Miarnau’s Claudia and Caryll Churchill’s Nube 9.
A Lilia Aragón siempre la recordaré por su clase, su gran cariño, su talento, su mirada, su voz, su sentido del humor y por ser una amiga entrañable de la familia.
Un abrazo ENORME a sus hijos… Descanse en paz.
— Héctor Suárez Gomís (@PelonGomis) August 2, 2021
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