Miguel Palmer Died: What Was His Cause Of Death?

He had been hospitalized for six months due to dehydration and malnutrition. . He was 78 years old.

Actor Miguel Palmer, famous for participating in soap operas such as “Bodas de odio”, “Viviana” and “Mundo de juguete”, died at the age of 78, according to his daughter, Valeria, who made him known through his social networks.

Actor Miguel Ángel Palomera Gonzali, better known as Miguel Palmer, died this Monday at the age of 78, as a result of two cardiac arrests, as confirmed by his daughter, the actress, on her Facebook account. Valeria Palmer.

“Bye pa, find your light. I stay in this plane with the injection of love that you leave me in my soul and my guts. The best father in the world is resting. Start a new story for you. Goodbye, dad ”, reads the message that Valeria posted on Facebook.

So far the cause of the death of the celebrity is unknown, who began his artistic career at the age of 17 when he was part of the cast of a radio soap opera that he made in his native Tabasco.

According to media such as Televisa, Palmer died of a cardiac arrest.

Miguel Palmer was born on November 1, 1942, in Villahermosa Tabasco and stood out in Mexican cinema, theater, and soap operas, mainly.

Palmer worked at the age of 17 in a radio soap opera entitled “La bestia”, broadcast on the XEVT station in Tabasco, this as one of his first works.

Although from a young age he moved to Mexico City with the desire to study medicine, at the time his father died he decided to abandon his university career to dedicate himself to acting in film, theater, and radio projects.

His first great work was in a version of the play Cyrano de Bergerac in which he shared the scene with Ignacio López Tarso and Patricia Morán, who soon became his godmother and gave him the surname Palmer since the name of the famous in he was actually Miguel Ángel Palomera Gonzali.

Remolino de Pasiones was her foray into the world of soap operas, where she participated in more than twenty projects, including “At the end of the rainbow”, “The rich also cry”, “Marimar”, “Friends and rivals” , and “Señora Acero”.

His last work was in the series “Mr. Ávila ”, where he played the character of Moishe in some chapters.

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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