Mexican actor Rodrigo Mejía dies of covid-19

Rodrigo Mejía coronavirus. The actor died of covid-19 at age 45 after both he and his parents became infected with the virus His father a...

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Rodrigo Mejía en compañía de Geraldine Bazán en una imagen de 2005. Foto: Mezcalent
  • Rodrigo Mejía coronavirus. The actor died of covid-19 at age 45 after both he and his parents became infected with the virus
  • His father also died, Salvador Mejía, brother of the Mexican actor, posted on Twitter
  • His participation in the soap operas ‘Care with the angel’, ‘Fire in the blood’; He was married to the host of TV Azteca Gaby Crassus

Rodrigo Mejía coronavirus. During the first hours of this Friday, February 12, the Association of Interpreters of Mexico (ANDI) announced the death of actor Rodrigo Mejía, 45, in the state of Yucatán.

Later, in the program ‘Come the joy’, it was announced that Mejía died due to complications derived from covid-19. Following the spread of the sensitive news, several figures from the show have expressed their condolences.

Rodrigo Mejía was known for participating in several melodramas such as ‘Care with the angel’, ‘Fire in the blood’, ‘Dreaming does not cost anything’, among others.

In addition, he was married as the host of TV Azteca Gaby Crassus with whom he had two children. Neither the interpreter nor his family had made his diagnosis public.

According to Mexican media, unfortunately the actor was not the only one in his family to become infected, as his parents also contracted the virus and although his mother was very ill, he managed to get ahead; However, Rodrigo’s father also died a victim of covid-19.

The last novel in which he participated was ‘Three families’, where he played the role of Gonzalo Adolfo de Pedregal, Ingrid Martz’s partner. After that participation, he and his wife decided to move away from the media a bit to go live in the city of Mérida, in the state of Yucatán, TVNotas reported.

As of the closing of this note, Crassus had not made a public statement regarding her husband’s departure; However, some personalities from the media and former colleagues of both sent their condolences through social networks.

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For his part, Salvador Mejía, the actor’s brother, confirmed the information released and detailed on his Twitter account: “It is with deep pain that I share with you that both my father, Don Salvador, and my brother, Rodrigo Mejía, died. Words full of love will be a good start to heal our hearts and begin to rebuild our family. “

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On its Twitter account, the Mexican variety show ‘Ventaneando’ echoed the sad news. “Our deepest condolences to our dear @gabycrassus for the death of her husband, actor Rodrigo Mejía, who died in Mérida, Yucatán Q.

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The tweet was shared by presenter Pati Chapoy, who also added: “Dear @gabycrassus, I’m sorry for what you’re going through. I hug you. RIP Rodrigo Mejia your husband ”.

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