the first actor Ignacio Lopez Tarso, 98 years old, has been hospitalized since last Friday, March 3. This was confirmed by his representative Lulú Mogollón in an interview with the morning program Today.
The spokesman reported that pneumonia and intestinal occlusion led to the emergency admission of López Tarso to a hospital in Mexico City. However, the Mexican actor would already be stable and fortunately out of danger.
“He is well treated, he is evolving properly as the doctors said. It’s not serious and that’s a good thing for everyone. The doctors, due to his age, have him in intermediate therapy,” said Lulú Mogollón. “The treatment through the intestine has to see that the intestines move, have a good movement and the fluidity of the function. And the pneumonia is almost on the way out.”
The hospitalized Ignacio López Tarso is one of the most recognized actors on television, film and the Mexican theater scene. Born on January 15, 1925 in Mexico City in 1925, the actor studied at the Academy of Dramatic Art of the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA).
With a career spanning seven decades, López Tarso became a benchmark thanks to his role in Macario (1968), by Roberto Gavaldón. From that moment on, she established herself with other tapes such as Cri Cri, the singing cricket (1963), the paper man (1963), The golden rooster (1964), tarahumara (1965), The useless life of Pito Pérez (1970), the prophet mimi (1972), Rapine (1973) or masons (1976).
We wish him a speedy recovery.
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