Actress Edith González dies after fighting for years against cancer


After dealing with ovarian cancer in an advanced phase for more than three years, today Mexican actress Edith González died, known mainly for her participation in a significant number of soap operas as Wild Heart, Miss Barbara, Salome, Red Sky and many more.

Originally from the city of Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, where she was born on December 10, 1964, Edith began her successful career at five years of age with a small intervention in the film The Miserables.

Due to her professionalism and multiple capacities, the dancer also stood out in the theater and, in recent years, as a jury of competition programs such as This is my style, Dancing for a Dream Y The kings of the track, in this last one it was rumored of a relapse of the actress by its disease.

Edith González catapulted his career in Televisa, a company for which he worked for more than 30 years, before retiring to join TV Azteca, where he worked as a specialist and judge of the program This is my style.

His daughter Constanza was born in 2004, when the blonde actress took a break in her professional life to dedicate herself fully to prepare the arrival of her first-born, whom she procreated with the politician Santiago Creel.

He married the economist Lorenzo Lazo in September 2010; the couple lost a child while still in their mother's womb at five months of gestation.

After her diagnosis in 2016, the actress underwent several treatments to fight ovarian cancer: major surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, but none managed to end the disease of grade IV - the most advanced - that finally took her life.

Edith Gonzalez, telenovela star, dies at 54 (April 2021)