Isabel Martínez “La Tarabilla” died this Saturday, August 7 at the age of 75, reported the National Association of Interpreters, who through social networks gave their heartfelt condolences to family and friends. Actress died this Saturday of a heart attack, according to the Board of the Casa del Actor.

The actress and comedian were recognized for working in comedic programs such as “La hora pico”, XHDRBZ “and” La colegiolita VIP “. However, she had a long career on Mexican television and in theatre.

In the text, it was reported that whoever was the sentimental couple for more than three decades of the beloved Pompín Iglesias left this Saturday morning.

“She died today, August 7 at 7:15 am due to myocardial infarction,” they reported.

Finally, they recognized the trajectory of the Mexican comedian, also sharing how she spent her last moments.

“Her last days she lived surrounded by the love and company of her fellow guests and caregivers of the Casa del Actor. Our condolences to her family, friends and admirers,” she concluded.

Likewise, ANDI Mexico published on Twitter a farewell message for the actress who participated in dozens of productions highlighting recent productions such as ‘Lorenza’, ‘Beauty and the beasts’, ‘As the saying goes, ‘I am Eva for her’, ‘La Rosa de Guadalupe’, to name a few.


“La Tarabilla” was born in Mexico City, Mexico on November 4, 1945, her sister was the actress and broadcaster  Patricia Martínez, who participated last year in the telenovelas “Vencer el desamor” and “Te doy la vida”.

She began her career in 1975 as a host, in the program “Saber y hace” and from that moment she began to stand out in comedy, because thanks to her abilities to make people laugh, she won the affection of the people and the producers called her to participate. indifferent projects.

“My secretary”, “Beauty salon”, “The hospital of laughter” and “Under the same roof”, among others were the most memorable works of the actress. He also made special appearances in programs such as “La Hora Pico”, “Los comediantes”, XHDRBZ and “La Escuelaslita VIP”.

1988’s “Amor en silencio” was her debut in telenovelas and then “Nobody’s Love”, “The poor relatives”, “María Isabel” and the children’s soap operas ” Gotita de amor ” and ” Carita de angel ” followed. Her last television appearance was on the series “Lorenza.”

She also participated as a theatre actress in 25 plays and directed another three. Meanwhile, she got the nickname “La Tarabilla” because of her ability to speak quickly.

Her sentimental partner for more than 30 years was the comedian  Pompín Iglesias, who died in 2007,  with whom she had a son: Alfonso Iglesias “Pompín III”.

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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