Edith González, Mexican ‘telenovela’ star, dies aged 54

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González was obvious in Mexico, with dozens of behaving credits to her name

One of Mexico’s best-known radio actresses, Edith González, has died aged 54.

She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2016 and went into discount a year later, though it recently returned.

González started her career as a child actor in a 1970s and had spent decades operative in Mexican television, film and theatre.

She played clever womanlike roles in some of a many renouned telenovelas, or Spanish-language soap operas.

She had dozens of behaving credits to her name, including in titles like Salomé, Corazón Salvaje and Doña Barbara.

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She was married to economist Lorenzo Lazo Margáin, and had a teenage daughter from a prior relationship.

González initial reliable news about her cancer diagnosis on amicable media 3 years ago – pity a smiling selfie with a thumbs adult from her sanatorium bed.

She remained open about her illness with her fans since, gripping them updated about her diagnosis and swell online and in interviews.

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González continued operative after her diagnosis

She was reportedly receiving diagnosis during Angeles Interlomas sanatorium in Mexico City when she died.

Fans have been profitable reverence and celebrating her work given news of her genocide broke.

“She was a unusual singer and always speedy positivity by her amicable media,” one chairman wrote on Twitter.

Another praised her for personification feisty womanlike roles, and not a “damsel in distress”.

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