Roberto “Puck” Miranda, actor of “Rebelde” and “Complices to the rescue” dies | Mexico

Roberto López Miranda, better known by his nickname “Puck”, died last November 27. According to an official statement from the National Association of Actors (ANDA), the death of the Mexican actor who appeared in successful novels such as Rebel“And” Accomplices to the rescue “. The causes of his death have not been disclosed.

“@Andactores deeply regrets the death of our colleague Roberto López Miranda ‘Puck Miranda’, happened today. Our condolences to your family and friends. DEP ”, they expressed in a message via Twitter after hearing the tragic news for the acting world in Mexico.

Throughout his artistic career, “Puck” was known for his work on “Complices to the Rescue”, “The Intruder” and “Rebelde”, in the latter he gave life to Cosme Méndez, Giovanni’s father, a character who was played by Christian Chávez. In more recent years, he appeared in “Neighbors”And the television series“ Luis de Alba Presente ”.


On more than one occasion, the actor Roberto Lopez Miranda has talked about him origin of his nickname within the Mexican stardom. In conversation with “Cine Mexicano”, a YouTube channel, he said that he began to be named after one of the characters in the works of William Shakespeare.

Puck is an imaginary character, a forest elf and I was, about 40 kilos of that ago, I was very thin, I was very young and, for that reason, I was given the character for the titular company of Fine Arts, the character of the elf Puck and from there, in the environment, they began to know me as the Puck “, he said Miranda in reference to the staging “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”.

When he joined the National Association of Actors (ANDA), he confessed that his credential had his real and artistic name, but asked that the two be merged. He told them “don’t take away my Christian name or Christian name, put Roberto on it”, and that’s how he stayed as the known Roberto ‘Puck’ Miranda.


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