The actress leaves a great legacy both in film and television, where she participated in soap operas such as ‘Camila’ and ‘Una luz en el camino’

The entertainment world is once again dressed in mourning and it was announced on the afternoon of this December 30 that the actress Martha Navarro died at the age of 83, a fact that ANDI confirmed on its official Twitter account. and the causes of death are unknown

The National Association of Interpreters issued a message in which it regretted the death of the film and television star, whose causes of death are unknown so far.

“ANDI México communicates the sensitive death of the interpreter partner Martha Navarro . An actress with a well-known career, she obtained her first Ariel with the film “La Passion According to Berenice”, by Jaime Humberto Hermosillo. Our deepest condolences to family and friends ”, they said.

So far no member of the family of Martha Navarro , who made her debut as an actress in 1967 in the soap opera ‘Ellas’, has not commented on the matter, so it is not known where her remains will rest.

Martha Navarro Died

“ANDI México communicates the sensitive death of the interpreter partner Martha Navarro . An actress with a well-known career, she obtained her first Ariel with the film “La Passion According to Berenice”, by Jaime Humberto Hermosillo. Our deepest condolences to family and friends ”, they said. So far no member of the family of Martha Navarro , who made her debut as an actress in 1967 in the soap opera ‘Ellas’, has not commented on the matter, so it is not known where her remains will rest.

Martha Navarro began her career in the late 1960s and from that moment on, she became a recurring face in soap operas , participating in titles such as: ‘Sonata de autumn’, ‘La passion de Isabela’, ‘La Fuerza del love ‘,’ Crossed roads’, ‘Family portrait’, ‘Camila’ and ‘A light on the road’.

In addition, she was part of the unit programs ‘ Woman, real life cases’ and ‘Marked hour’; In the cinematographic aspect, she leaves a great legacy, with more than 30 films with which she catapulted her career and won several Ariel awards.

The first time she won the award was in 1977 for the film ‘The Passion According to Berenice’ ; in 1989 she was nominated in the same category, ‘Best Actress’, for ‘The Horseman of Divine Providence’; But it was a year later that she won for the second time the statuette as ‘Best Actress in a Picture’ for the film ‘Rosa de dos aromas’ and in 1998 she won in the category of ‘Best Female Co-performance’ for ‘De noche vienes, Esmeralda’ .

Rest in peace Martha Navarro.

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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