Mexico.- The Mexican comedy is in mourning with the death of Manuel 'El Loco' Valdés especially because his extensive titles that enriched popular culture crossing borders, with its relevant roles that left their mark on people's hearts, such as Tin Tan, the eternal Pachuco ; Don Ramón (El chavo del Ocho) or the coquette Maritza in (Crazy Salad).
Germán, Ramón and Manuel Valdés leave a great legacy on the screen, films that remain in force in the programming and television series that have passed from one generation to another.
With the death of Manuel Loco Valdés ends a dynasty that marked to several generations in film, television, theater and music; now, the Valdés brothers meet again.
Germán Valdés 'Tin-Tan'
How not to remember the great tapes of El rey del barrio, El revoltoso, El bello dormiente, La marca del skunk, The disobedient son, The Violet among many others. Germán Genaro Cipriano Gómez Valdés Castillo was born in Mexico City on September 19, 1915 and died in Mexico City in 1973, a victim of liver cirrhosis.
Ramón Valdés 'Don Ramón'
Ramón Antonio Esteban Gómez de Valdés y Castillo, was born in Mexico City on September 2, 1923 and died on August 9, 1988 due to stomach cancer, in the capital.
Ramón made his debut in the film Tender squash who starred in Tin Tan, but it was El Chavo del Ocho, who gave the world projection with his character Don Ramón .  Manuel 'El Loco' Valdés
Fernando Manuel Alfonso Gómez de Valdés y Castillo was born in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, on January 29, 1931.
Whoever was possessed of great charisma, was said among the corridors of Televisa who was one of the few comedians who made Emilio Azcárraga Milmo laugh, who n supported him during part of his career in the entertainment world.
His most memorable programs are Crazy Salad, Operation Ja Ja or Half-day Varieties which was the first in 1954.
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