The news about the death of the dubbing actress Diana Pérez was released recently. We tell you what we know about the Mexican, her career, characters, and reactions to her death.

Diana Pérez, a dubbing actress, has died, who with her voice gave life to characters such as Jessie from Pokémon, Luffy from One Piece, or Bunny’s mother in Toy Story 3. The news about the death of the icon in the dubbing 51-year-old Mexican made himself known yesterday night, April 27.

The world of Mexican dubbing is in mourning, after the death of Diana Pérez, an actress known for giving voice to Jessie from Pokémon, Luffy from One Piece, and Hilda Spellman from Sabrina, The Teenage Witch, was announced. … The Twitter account Doblaje Mexicano confirmed the death of the actress at the age of 51.

The news about the death of the dubbing actress who participated in various international projects shocked Internet users, who positioned the name of the Mexican to honor her work. “It is with deep pain that we report that the actress and dubbing director Diana Pérez has passed away.

The eternal voice of Jessy from Team Rocket. Rest in peace ”, wrote the page of Doblaje Mexicano. We recommend you… Toni Rodríguez, dubbing actress in the ‘Smurfs’ and ‘Evangelion’, has died Mr. Burns from The Simpsons visits La Laguna with Moorelear.

 

Reactions to the death of Diana Pérez

Although at the moment the causes of her death are unknown, social networks have exploded re-memorizing the trajectory of the dubbing actress.

In addition to that, they have remembered her work – perhaps the most important in her career – the work he did with the role of Jessie in Pokémon from 1997 to the present. The news about her death immediately shocked social networks, where her colleagues and admirers deposited messages of support and recognition for her career.

Among these stood out that of Gabo Ramos, a dubbing actor recognized for giving voice to Ash Ketchum, who said goodbye to her partner citing one of the most emblematic phrases in the Pokemón series: Thank you for protecting the world from devastation. Goodbye, Diana Pérez ”, wrote Gabo Ramos.

In turn, Eduardo Garza, recognized by characters such as Elmo from Plaza Sésamo or Krillin from Dragon Ball Z, specified the legacy of Diana Pérez:

“Rest in peace Diana Pérez, a strong, cultured, intelligent, and very talented woman. You’re fine now, friend … nothing hurts anymore. Have a good trip ”, wrote Eduardo Garza.

Also, Juan Carralero, the actor who voiced Will Smith in “The Prince of Rap” and Roger Rabbit, dedicated a few words to Diana: “To travel with the Rocket team at the speed of light my dear Diana Pérez.

It is already one with the universe. I’m going to miss her, ”he wrote on Twitter. We recommend: Toni Rodríguez, dubbing actress in the ‘Smurfs’ and ‘Evangelion’, died Diana Pérez with Jessie and other characters: who is she (trajectory) However, Diana Pérez was not only recognized for her character Jessie.

She was also noted for voicing Inuyasha’s Kagura, Hilda Spellman in Sabrina, the Teenage Witch, Frida Suárez in El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera, Monkey D. Luffy with the first voice in One Piece, Tracy McConnell in How I Met your mother… Diana Andrea Pérez Revatett had more than 20 years of experience in the field of dubbing.

She was born on January 26, 1970. She prepared himself artistically with several theater workshops at the Ministry of Finance (SHCP). She also studied Commercial Relations at the National Polytechnic Institute (IPN). In the world of dubbing, she began on November 18, 1994, with Álvaro Tarcicio. The Mexican worked in theater, voice over and radio. .

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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