During the month of November, various celebrities have celebrated their birthdays, and many others continue to be celebrated but above all remembered by the public and their fans, such as the actor and singer Jorge Negrete, who stood out in various Mexican productions.
The Mexican Jorge Negrete, who is better known as “El charro cantor”, was born on November 30, 1911; He was considered one of the most important men on the big screen during one of the best times within the artistic guild in Mexico of all time: El Cine de Oro.
In this sense, it is worth remembering that it was thanks to his talent, sympathy and gallantry that Jorge Negrete transcended the barriers of success and consolidated himself as an artist of international stature.
About the life of Negrete
It is worth noting that between the 1930s and 1940s, Negrete became a symbol of Mexican identity, fitting perfectly into the character of the Mexican charro who remained an aspirational model of the time.
Well, not only was he a great singer and actor recognized at this time, but he was very important for the entire artistic union because he founded the Union of Cinematographic Production Workers of the Mexican Republic and reorganized, together with a select group of actors, the National Association of Actors (ANDA).
Negrete He was also involved in various scandals about his private life, especially those that had to do with women; One of the relationships he had that was one of the most striking was the one he had with “La Doña”, María Félix.
About his tragic death
In this sense, the followers of Jorge Negrete’s life have wondered more about his death, since he was only 42 years old when he lost his life.
The famous medical situation began when, during his stay in Los Angeles, California, he attended a fight with the Mexican boxer Raúl Macías, where one of the varicose veins of the esophagus and stomach burst with vomiting of blood, which is known as hematemesis. .
Subsequently, there was strong pressure on his liver, thus generating a hemorrhage that forced him to go to the emergency room at Lebanon Cedars Hospital, where he remained in a coma for several days.
He died at 42
Finally, on December 5, 1953, “El Charro Cantor” died in Los Angeles, California, in the United States due to a chronic disease caused by type C hepatitis.
The famous man was buried in the Pantheon Garden, which is located south of the Mexico City; his death was considered a national mourning for which five minutes of silence were observed in all the cinemas of the country.