Martha Roth actress dies at 84
The actress participated in soap operas like "The sin of Oyuki", "Distilling Love" and achieved international success.
October 7, 2016
Italian-born actress, nationalized Mexican, Martha Roth Pizzo, died Friday at age 84 of natural causes at the retirement home "Del Parque" located in southern Mexico City.
In brief telephone interview, Ema Lopez, her housekeeper, stressed that the report of her death was initially met through her Facebook account, "however, later Tere Herrero, wife of actor Ruben Cerda and a friend stated my landlady and I confirmed it."
On the other hand, the agent of the stars, Rodrigo Fragoso, said it was through the actress Maria Victoria, who called him to give the sad news of the death of his dear friend.
Martha Roth Pizzo was born in Padua, Italy, on 29 May 1932. In her teens she studied drama actor and theater with director Seki Sano.
In 1950 she won an Ariel Award for her performance in the film "Una familia de tantas" by Alejandro Galindo.
Then she participated in the films "Anillo de compromiso", "El derecho de nacer", "Sucedió en Acapulco", "El caso de la mujer asesinadita", "Corazón salvaje", "Un trío de tres", "La madrecita", "¿Nos traicionará el presidente?", and último trabajo en cine, "Morirse está en hebreo", in 2007.
In television she was highlighted in soap operas like "Lágrimas de amor" (1979), "Los años pasan" (1985), "El pecado de Oyuki" (1988), "Mi pequeña traviesa" (1997), "El noveno mandamiento" (2001), "La intrusa" (2001) and "Destilando amor" (2007).
ROTH, Martha (Martha Roth Pizzo)
Born: 5/29/1932, Padua, Veneto, Italy
Died: 10/7/2016, Mexico City, Federal District, Mexico
Martha Roth’s westerns – actress:
Massacre – 1956 (Angelica Chavez)
Cuando se quere se quere – 1959
El renegade blanco - 1960