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Ophelia, the voice artist of the Oscar-winning film ‘Coco’, is no more

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Ana Ophelia Marguia, voice artist and actress of Oscar-winning animation film ‘Coco’, is no more. He died on Sunday (December 31). He was 90 at the time of his death. The National Institute of Fine Arts of Mexico confirmed the death of the actress in the media. However, they did not reveal the cause of death. News from European television network Euronews.

The country’s culture secretary, Alejandra Frausto Guerrero, said in a statement, “He left a huge void in the reality of our country.”

The film ‘Coco’ directed by Lee Unkrich was released in 2017. 12-year-old boy Miguel, who loves music; The story of the movie revolves around him. He went to the land of the dead to learn music. The boy’s great-grandmother was voiced by Ana Ophelia. The movie mainly depicts Mexican culture and Day of the Dead. It even won Best Animated Film and Best Original Song at the 90th Oscars.

Incidentally, Ana Ophelia was born in Mexico City in 1933. He acted in 70 dramas and 90 films in television, cinema and stage in his long career. Among them, ‘Coco’, ‘Life Sentence’ and ‘The Queen of the Night’ are particularly noteworthy. He was honored with the country’s Golden Ariel Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his outstanding contribution to cinema.


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