Jorge Zamora Montalvobetter known as Zamoritehas died at the age of 94, as reported on the morning of this Wednesday, November 30, 2022. The entertainment journalist Gustavo Adolfo Infante was the first to report on the death of the actor, although without disclosing the causes of his death. his death (via The financial).
Born in 1928, Zamorita was originally from Havana, Cuba, where he crossed paths and befriended Mexican comedian German Valdes ‘Tin Tan’ in the 40s. At that time, the Cuban was already making his first steps in acting, but his rise to fame would not happen until he traveled and settled in our country, at the invitation of the mythical protagonist of the king of the neighborhood Y baby zucchini.
After arriving in Mexico, his work on film projects associated with the Valdés brothers was a constant, starting with the phantom of the operetta Y midnight varietiesdirected by Fernando Cortés, without forgetting Tin Tan and the models Y the golden scissors by director Benito Alazraki. Next to the also called “Pachuco de Oro”, Jorge Zamora Montalvo was part of a dozen films, along with joining efforts with many other national talents, in order to accumulate more than sixty acting participations in the cinematographic field.
In 1955, he made his television debut through the program fantastic theater. His consecration as a star would come later, thanks to his prominent role in television shows such as Chocolate chips Y The Polivoces. Already in the 21st century, she had a small intervention in the comedy program xhdrbzas a guest for a sketch of the character Armando Hoyos, played by Eugenio Derbez.
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In his work as a composer, Zamorita was behind songs like “Enséñame tú”, which was immortalized in the voice of Tin-Tan; “I don’t bother me”, dedicated to his mother, and “Bómboro Quiñá Quiñá”, whose popularity materialized thanks to Sonora Santanera. Other themes of his authorship are “My adversity”, “The trash” and “Mr. Judge”. He also signed “Go Go Afrocán” in collaboration with Germán Valdés.
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