Mexican 'telenovela' star, Edith González dies at 54

One of Mexico's best-known television actresses, Edith González, has died aged 54.

She was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2016 and went into remission a year later, but it recently returned.

González started her career as a child actor in the 1970s and had spent decades working in Mexican television, film and theatre.

She played strong female roles in some of the most popular telenovelas, or Spanish-language soap operas.


She had dozens of acting credits to her name, including in titles like Salomé, Corazón Salvaje and Doña Barbara.





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