Actress Dunia Saldivar dies.
She participated in such films as "Amores Perros" and "Puppies"
Mexican actress Dunia Zaldívar (also Saldivar) died this morning, as was announced by the singer Patricia Reyes Spíndola on her Twitter account. "There are days when sadness also happens early this morning died the great actress Dunia Zaldívar, bon voyage dear friend," Reyes wrote Spíndola.
Also producer and writer Alfredo Galindo referred to the death: "Rest in peace actress Dunia Saldívar, twice nominated for an Ariel Award motifs Night light and love to keep you going."
In her film career the highlighted titles are “El Jardín de Tía Isabel” (1971), “Los Cachorros” (1973) y “Amores Perros” (2000).
On television she participated in productions of “La casa al final de la calle” y “Yo compro a esa mujer” and “Yo compro a esa mujer” on Televisa; while for TV Azteca she took part in “Nada Personal”, “A Flor de Piel” y “El amor no es como lo pintan”.
Born: 11/20/1942, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Died: 2/3/2016, Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
Dunia Saldivar’s western – actress:
The Two Brothers – 1971 (Trufina)