Actor Juan Pablo Medina, currently hospitalized after having suffered a thrombosis, and for which his right leg had to be amputated, is one of the most active faces on the small and big screen in Mexico, in addition to being one of the spoiled of the audience and national stars.

Juan Pablo Medina, an actor who played the role of Diego, has been in the hospital for at least two weeks.

This is Juan Pablo Medina, an American actor of Mexican origin who played the role of Diego Olvera in the famous series ‘La casa de las flores’, who would be hospitalized due to thrombosis.

As reported by the Mexican program ‘De Primera Mano’, the actor has been hospitalized for more than two weeks at Hospital Ángeles del Pedregal, located in the south of Mexico City.

Local media reported that the 43-year-old actor was filming a television series when he began to feel ill and had to be taken to the hospital.

The Mexican program assured that, according to a close source, the actor suffered a thrombosis and had to be subjected to the amputation of one of his legs. The media also stated that the actor “is calmer” and that he is already on the hospital floor.

According to the Mayo Clinic page, thrombosis ” occurs when a blood clot forms in one or more deep veins in the body, usually in the legs .”

However, according to the agency ‘EFE’, this information has not been corroborated by his work team, who have not confirmed the thrombosis or the amputation of one of his limbs.

On the contrary, his management agency assured, via Instagram, that the actor is stable and in recovery after going through a hard moment of health.

” We are writing to you to confirm that Juan Pablo Medina is stable and in recovery, in the company of his loved ones after having gone through a critical state of health, ” reads a short statement published by the agency on social networks.

The agency also requested ” respect for your privacy and prudence at this time .”

Medina has been part of series and soap operas such as ‘Soy tu fan’ and ‘Ingobernable’. He participated in ‘Amarres’, the first Mexican series for HBO Max and in the cinema he was in comedies such as ‘Cásese who can’.

In the cinematographic field, the actor has been part of comedies such as Cásese who can (2014), Guadalupe Reyes (2019) and had already worked with the director Manolo Caro before the success of La casa de las flores for the film La vida immoral de the ideal couple in 2016.

Among Medina’s most anticipated works is the second part of the series Soy tu fan, which is in the post-production process, as well as the premiere of the film Enfermo amor by director John Cariani, where he will share credits with actors such as Camila Sodi and Eréndira Ibarra.


Actor Juan Pablo Medina was born on October 22, 1976 in Arlington, Virginia, United States. He is a graduate of the Azteca Television Actoral Training Center, a company for which he worked for 13 years. Since he made his television debut in 2001, in the soap opera When You Are Mía, ‘Chespi’ (as his friends and family call him) has participated in almost 70 film and television productions.

These are 10 of the projects for which he has been recognized throughout his career.


His career began in the Mexican soap opera when You are Mía, with the role of Bernardo Sánchez Serrano. The novel was produced by Rafael Gutiérrez and broadcast by TV Azteca in 2001. It starred Silvia Navarro and Sergio Basáñez, with the antagonistic appearances of Martha Cristiana, Anette Michel, Margarita Gralia and Luis Felipe Tovar.


Drenaje Profundo is a Mexican television miniseries created and produced by Benjamín Salinas Sada and Roberto González, made for TV Azteca in association with MGM Network Latin America. In this production, Juan Pablo Medina played Ulises, a federal police officer who, after chasing a man, discovers that there are people living in the drainage that covers the city.


In Eternally Tuya, the actor played the role of Iván, an old classmate of Antonia who is deeply in love with her and tries to win her over. It is a telenovela made by TV Azteca, produced by Óscar Guarín.

4. SOY TU FAN (2010)

Soy tu Fan is a Mexican television series produced by Canana Films, and Once TV México; It is an adaptation of the Argentine series of the same name. Juan Pablo Medina played the role of Iñaki Díaz de Olavarrieta.


Medina plays Amado Matamoros in this American-made soap opera created by Mariano Calasso. It was Telemundo’s first musical soap opera, which addresses everything behind the music industry.

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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