Translated From: Enrique Rocha, Mexican actor of soap operas and cinema, dies
Discovered on: 2021-11-08 01:22:26
Mexico City – The first actor Enrique Rocha, a native of Silao, Guanajuato, died this Sunday at the age of 81; The death was apparently confirmed by one of his employees, Óscar Espejel, according to various media reports.
So far this is the only information that has been released regarding the loss of the actor, known mainly for his antagonistic roles in soap operas such as El Privilegio de Amar.
Among Rocha’s most recent works is the dubbing in the film The Jungle Book, where she voiced the panther Bagheera.
Rocha began her career on the soap opera La mentira in 1965.
He was one of the actors with the longest career and is the actor with the largest number of antagonistic characters, 14 in total, due to his appearance and his deep tone of voice.
He was recognized for having several villain roles in soap operas such as: I buy that woman, Two women, a path, The ways of love, Rebel, Wild heart, A lucky family, True loves and I plead guilty.
At the age of 81, actor Enrique Rocha died. His “evil”, demeanor and voice made him one of the most hated villains on Mexican television … pic.twitter.com/E6qpFuWpll
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