Anabel Gutierrez A Mexican Actress Passed Away At The Age Of 90

Anabel Gutierrez, a Mexican actress, died on August 21 at the age of 90. Her nephew, Jose Luis Arevalo, announced the news on Twitter, writing,

“My dear aunt Anabel Gutierrez died away late Sunday night, six hours after saying farewell and receiving her blessing.” RIP… I’ll never forget you!”

Gutierrez rose to prominence in the sketch comedy program Chespirito as Chimoltrufia’s mother, Dona Espotaverderona. Anabel’s cause of death is unclear, and no more information about her funeral has been released.

The career of Anabel Gutierrez in the entertainment business

Born on September 5, 1931, specific information regarding Anabel Gutierrez’s educational history remains unclear. In 1949, she was an extra in two films: El Diablo no es Tan Diablo and La Liga de las Muchachas. She was eventually awarded prominent parts in other films that began with the 1951 Mexican drama picture, Deseada. Dolores del Rio, Jorge Mistral, Jose Baviera, Arturo Soto Rangel, Enriqueta Reza, Hector Herrera, Wibeut Puerta, Don Chinto, Rosario Gutierrez, E. Puga, and Nicolas Urcelay played the main characters in the film. The film received five Ariel Award nominations, including one for outstanding musical composition.

Anabel Gutierrez

She then starred in Azahares para tu boda with Fernando Soler, Marga Lopez, Sara Garcia, and Joaquin Pardave. She later rose to prominence in the Mexican film business, earning accolades for her roles in Muchchas de uniforme, Rostros olvidados, and Escuela de vagabundos.

In 1956, she received an Ariel Award for Best Youth Actress for her performance in Escuela de vagabundos. In films such as La visita que ne toco el timbre, Angelitos del trapecio, and El coyote emplumado, she played key parts against well-known Mexican actors. She co-starred alongside German Robles in the 1999 film La Ploma de Marsells, which was also her last film performance.

Television career

Anabel began her television career in the late 1960s and had an excellent connection with Gomez Bolanos Roberto, which aided her in becoming a well-known figure in the entertainment sector.

Anabel Gutierrez

Gutierrez rose to prominence as Dona Espotaverderona, La Chimoltrufia’s mother, on the Mexican sketch comedy program Chespirito. The program featured well-known Mexican business figures until it was canceled in 1982. From 1980 until 1995, there were special 40-minute programs. Amariani Romero Gutierrez, Anabel Gutierrez’s daughter, is also an actress who has participated in telenovelas such as De frente al sun, Mujer, casos de la vida real, Lola, delete uno vez, Mar de amor, and others. She has a granddaughter named Macarena Garca. Macarena is well-known for her role in the television series Control Z. Further information regarding Anabel’s personal life is unclear. In all these years, there have been no rumors of Anabel being romantically involved with anybody.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *