With the actor’s sudden passing nearly two decades ago, audiences called his case “the Eduardo Palomo curse“, for the tragedy that haunts his telenovela companions. After his death, three actresses who starred alongside him also lost their lives.
This year, Eduardo Palomo would celebrate his 60th birthday, however, sadly, the actor passed away suddenly in 2003. At that time, it was decided that the Mexican died of a heart attack after bursting into laughter while he dined.
On November 6, 19 years ago, Eduardo Palomo went to dinner with his wife, Carina Rico, and a few friends, including director Sergio Arau, at a well-known restaurant in Los Angeles. It was during his dinner that the actor’s heart stopped and he was rushed to hospital, however, there was nothing to be done.
The unexpected news completely shook the entertainment world and the actor’s loyal fans, who haven’t missed his soap operas. Since then, the public began to notice tragic coincidences since his death, calling said phenomenon, “the Eduardo Palomo curse”.
The curse of Eduardo Palomo, the tragedy haunts his soap opera companions
Eduardo Palomo has participated in memorable television dramas such as “Corazón Salvaje”, “Huracán” and “La pícara soñadora”. The actor worked with the endearing Edith González, Mariana Levy and Lorena Rojas, who died years after his partner.
The actress, born on April 22, 1966, has participated in soap operas such as “The Last Hope” and “Blessed Lie”, in addition to “The naughty dreamer” where she co-starred with Eduardo Palomo. The singer also had won the affection of a large audience so her tragic death still hurts her fans.
It was a few days after his birthday, April 29, 2005, that Marianne Levi he lost his life due to a heart attack like Eduardo Palomo. At just 39 years old, the actress died following a terrible fright which earned her a cardiac arrest in front of her daughters.
The daughter of Talina Fernandez He was going with his little ones to an amusement park in Mexico City to celebrate Children’s Day. It was during the lesson that he realized from the cries of his daughters that a car in which an armed person arrived followed them; After the fear of losing her family, Mariana Levy could not bear it and died leaving two daughters, aged nine and six, and a nine-month-old baby.
The actress and singer, who played Isabel Arroyo in “The Body of Desire”, he lost his life at just 44 years old. Lorraine Rojas He had shared the screen with Eduardo Palomo in “Alcanzar una Estrella II” in 1991.
Twelve years after the unexpected death of his soap opera partner, Lorena Rojas sadly lost her life to cancer. The Mexican had been diagnosed with the disease in 2008 and had struggled to recover ever since.
However, despite her efforts and the treatment she underwent, Mariana Rojas lost her life on February 16, 2015 in Miami, Florida. Due to his departure and after the death of Mariana Levy, rumors began about a possible curse related to Eduardo Palomo.
One of the favorite actresses of soap opera fans is Edith Gonzalez who in dramas like “I will never forget you” and “Salomé” won the affection of a large audience. Throughout her life, the actress has participated in nearly 40 soap operas since her childhood until the day her body allowed her to.
In 2016, Edith González shared with her audience that she had been diagnosed with ovarian cancer, a disease she struggled with while continuing to work. Despite the adversities, the actress always kept a good attitude and proudly showed her battle with cancer.
Sadly, the actress who shared the lead role in ‘Wild Heart’ with Eduardo Palomo, lost the battle in 2019 died June 13 at the age of 54. Edith Gonzalez on the left a 14 year old girl who does not remember her every day. “When I was a kid, I remember no matter how tired I was from work, he always gave me a kiss. And the next morning she didn’t care that I made her get up at 6 a.m. to play” , says the young woman about her mother.
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