Translated From: Actress Raquel Pankowsky died
Discovered on: 2022-03-28 18:11:26
Actress Raquel Pankowsky passed away Photo: Twitter/@ANDIMexico
On Monday, March 28, the death of the renowned Televisa actress, Raquel Pankowsky, was announced. Through a statement on their social networks, the National Association of Interpreters (ANDI) confirmed the death of the first television, theater and film actress.
ANDI lamented the event and sent a message to the family of the actress born in Mexico City: “@ANDIMexico communicates the death of the performing partner Raquel Pankowsky. She is remembered for her participation in productions such as Carousel, a hook to the heart and Dad to every mother. We send our deepest condolences to her family and friends.”
ANDI shared the death of the Mexican actress, Raquel Pankowsky Photo: Twitter/@ANDIMexico
At the moment, actors and producers with whom he collaborated throughout his career have begun to react through social networks to the death of the actress.
“RIP my dear Raquel Pankowsky. Have a good road!” wrote Victoria Ruffo and “Fly high my dear Raquel Pankowsky, thank you for the honor of sharing the stage with you, in “MATURE SINGLE AND DESPERATED” rest in peace, my ‘Damita Maravilla’ we will remember you with great affection. RIP”, shared the Mexican actor Arturo Carmona.
On behalf of the companies where Raquel Pankowsky collaborated, the Televisa Espectaculos account shared a brief statement: “Televisa regrets the sensitive death of the great actress Raquel Pankowsky.” Likewise, the National Association of Actors (ANDA) shared an extensive text where they emphasized that the first actress was a member of the actors’ union.
ANDA mourned the death of Raquel Pankowsky Photo: Twitter/@andactores
Raquel Pankowsky was born on July 10, 1952 in Mexico City, and began her career in high school. He was an extra in the theater production A hat filled with rain, where he met the then director of the National Association of Actors (ANDA) school, Luis Gimeno, who was also in the play and who was a transcendental part in encouraging his career. of acting
It was until 2005 when Pankowsky played the role of Martha Sahagún, the first lady and wife of the former president of Mexico, Vicente Fox Quezada, in the television program, The privilege of commanding, which positioned her in the taste of the Mexican public.
In 2016 he participated in the Palacio de las Bellas Artes in the promotional reading program Leo… then success in the International Book Fair in Arteaga, where he read from the book La culpa es de los Tlaxcaltecas by Elena Garro, while he was campaigning to promote reading in Mexico.
Later, between 2017 and 2018, she played the role of Esperanza Félix, widow of Barrientos, in the romantic comedy Papá a toda madre produced by Eduardo Meza for Televisa.
In 2005, the actress positioned herself in the taste of the Mexican public after her performance as Marta Sahagún Photo: Twitter
Among the last appearances that Pankowsky had on the small screens, is her participation as a guest actress, along with the also deceased Carmen Salinas, in the season finale of the comedy series starring Freddy Ortega and Germán Ortega, Relatos Macabrones en 2020, broadcast on the Canal de las Estrellas.
However, it also highlights his latest project completed in the theatrical show from 2018 to 2019. It is his participation in the cast of the play Mature, single and desperate, directed by Óscar Rubí, in which he shared credits with personalities such as Luz María Aguilar, Norma Lazareno and Arturo Carmona.
The exact reasons for his death are currently unknown. Although it should be remembered that during his first steps in the world of entertainment, being more exact at age 11, he was very close to death, due to his constant habit of smoking.
She was diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), with a risk of developing pulmonary emphysema if she did not quit smoking. After 44 years of being a smoker, Raquel decided to give up her addiction to packs to acquire a healthier life.
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