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Remembering Juan Verduzco: The Legacy of “Don Camerino” from “The P. Luche Family”

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Remembering Juan Verduzco: The Legacy of “Don Camerino” from “The P. Luche Family”

Juan Verduzco, known for his iconic role as “Don Camerino” in the popular Televisa series “The P. Luche family”, has passed away at the age of 78. The National Association of Actors announced his death on Monday afternoon, expressing condolences to his family, friends, and colleagues.

Verduzco had a prolific 50-year career in Mexican television, starting in 1967 as an extra in the melodrama “La casa de las fieras”. He went on to have major roles in soap operas like “People droplet” and “Wild Rose” alongside Verónica Castro. In 1987, he transitioned into comedy with the series “DR. Cándido Pérez” alongside Jorge Ortiz de Pinedo.

Throughout his career, Verduzco appeared in various soap operas and Televisa programs such as “My Second Mother”, “Poor Rich Girl”, “Pink Shoelaces”, “Long Live the Children”, “Bridal Veil”, “A Lucky Family”, “The Cat”, “The Hotel of Secrets” and “Ringo”. However, he is best remembered for his portrayal of Don Camerino in “The P. Luche family”.

At this time, no details have been provided about the circumstances of his death or funeral arrangements. The Mexican television industry has lost a talented actor who left a lasting legacy on the small screen. May Juan Verduzco rest in peace.

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