Adriana Roel, a Mexican actress famous for her participation in successful soap operas, died at the age of 88, as reported by the National Association of Actors of Mexico (ANDA) on August 4.
Adriana was best known for her roles in telenovelas such as ‘The strange return of Diana Salazar’, ‘Lie to live’ and ‘Rubí’.
She began her career in theater, but soon transitioned to television, where she became one of the most recognizable faces in Mexican soap operas.
Adriana was a skilled actress who will be remembered for her many contributions to the world of telenovelas. Her death is a loss for the entertainment industry, and she will be deeply missed by her fans and colleagues.
What was Adriana Roel’s cause of death?
The cause of Adriana Roel’s death has not been made public. However, it is known that she passed away on August 4, 2020, at the age of 88. National Association of Actors of Mexico (ANDA) released a statement confirming her death, but did not provide any details about the cause. We will update the details soon.
Who was Adriana Roel?
Adriana Roel was a Mexican actress who was born on July 5, 1934. From a young age, Mariscal had a passion for the arts and was determined to pursue a career in theater.
After graduating from the National Theater School of the National Institute of Fine Arts, she went on to study at the French Conservatory of Dramatic Art.
Mariscal made her debut on television in 1960 with the telenovela ‘Espejo de sombras’ and went on to star in many successful Mexican soap operas, including ‘Viviana’, ‘The strange return of Diana Salazar’, ‘If God removes me la vida’, ‘Huracán’ and ‘Loving you is my sin’, ‘Rubí’. Her last melodrama was in 2013, ‘Lie to live’.
Mariscal was a gifted actress who will be remembered for her artistry and her contribution to Mexican television. She will be deeply missed by her fans and by all those who had the privilege of working with her.
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