On Thursday evening, the news of the death of comedian and copycat Carlos Bardelli, who rose to prominence internationally and gained popularity in the country between 2013 and 2015, was announced thanks to his participation in the televisa reality show Parodiando.
The death occurred around 1:00 pm in Tijuana, Baja California, and according to what has been reported, the comedian died of natural causes at a time not officially specified. The surprising news surprised his fans, as it was not known that the acclaimed impersonator was suffering from an illness and in fact had a live show scheduled for Saturday February 13th in the city at a nightclub, Bar Antre. Cavalli, where he will alternate with the Colosseo group.
According to information published by the La Columnaria blog, the impersonator lost his life due to a sudden heart attack, according to reports from his family who denied having had COVID-19. This cause of death was also shared by Publirrelacionistas on the Omega Promo Mx program.
He is considered the best imitator of Pedro Infante, and his work has brought him great satisfaction and accolades, such as those he received in 2009 in the US White House from President Barack Obama, and the Hispanic Heritage Awards as the man capable of delivering the most votes in the world, with more than 180 A different sound.
At the time, Bardelli commented, “While it hasn’t made a lot of noise here in Mexico,” it is an important recognition given to senior Hispanics in fields such as mathematics, physics, sculpture, and more.
Bardelli had already had a long career for nearly 20 years when he made himself known nationally through the Televisa screen showing, from his first Parodiando show, his huge talent for comedy.
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