Raúl De La Fuente, a Mexican dubbing actor, has died at 74 years of age |  Atomix

Raúl De La Fuente, a Mexican dubbing actor, has died at 74 years of age | Atomix

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Raúl De La Fuente, a Mexican dubbing actor, has died at 74 years of age |  Atomix

By Sebastian Quiroz
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06/30/2021 8:06 am

During the night of yesterday, June 29, it was announced that Raúl De La Fuente, Mexican dubbing actor, passed away at 9:00 PM (Mexico City time). Without a doubt, sad news for this entire industry.

The information was shared by the actor’s grandson, who posted on Facebook the sad news of his grandfather’s death at the age of 74. This was something that other iconic voices in the middle, What Lalo Garza, best known for playing Krillin in Dragon Ball, they corroborated. This was what was commented:

“My grandfather lost the battle against his diseases, I am very sorry to report that ‘the bending mustache’ has died. My grandfather spent his life dedicated to working, always with a smile in recent months making our videos live and relating anecdotes, answering and meeting again with his friends and his fans through this medium, Thank you for all the messages and all the joys that you could. give him away. We will love you forever, thank you therefore, that the light and the force of the cosmos always accompany you. I will always carry you in my soul, your grandson Axel Espinosa forever ”.

Raúl Sánchez Espinosa de la Fuente was born on November 7, 1946, and participated in hundreds of productions, from movies, through anime, cartoons, to series of all kinds. Some of his most recognized works are the narrator of Knights of the Zodiac, Sergeant in Toy story, Agent Smith in The Matrix. In the same way, in his more than 40 years of experience, he became a main manager of the production company ALRAAX FILMS.

Rest in peace, Raúl De La Fuente

Via: Axel Espinosa

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Raúl De La Fuente, a Mexican dubbing actor, has died at 74 years of age |  Atomix

Sebastian Quiroz

24 years. Editor at Atomix.vg. Consumer of pop culture.

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