The world of culture is in shock this Monday after meeting the death of actress Verónica Forqué, which has been found dead in her home by agents of the National Police. He was 66 years old. There are many faces that have shown their condolences on social networks.

The Film Academy it has been one of the first institutions to confirm the tragic news.

Also the official Twitter account of the Forqué Awards has added to the regret for the loss of “one of the best actresses in our history.”

Jordi Cruz, jury of ‘Masterchef Celebrity’, also wanted to show his pain for the death of the interpreter. “Desolate, I would have loved to talk to you yesterday, thank you for being who you were, a great professional and an incredible person. Thank you for all my friend, very proud to have been your judge, your “boss & rdquor; and your admirer forever. Rest in peace, “he wrote on Instagram.

Too Pedro and Agustín Almodóvar and the entire team of the El Dese production companyor they have expressed their regret for the death of the actress Verónica Forqué, “an extraordinary actress and an irreplaceable person”, and have sent “all their love” to the artist’s family, found dead today at her home in Madrid.

“From the entire El Deseo family, we would like to send all our love to Verónica’s family in these painful moments. The void it leaves in our lives and our cinema is irretrievable,” the Almodóvar brothers point out in a note sent to Efe. after knowing the tragic event.

An extraordinary actress and an irreplaceable person with whom we had the honor of working and sharing life has left. Have a good trip, Veronica. Desire will always be your home, “the statement said.

Forqué was “Almodóvar girl” from the beginning of the director’s career and worked on three of his films, ‘What have I done to deserve this’ (1984), ‘Matador’ (1986) and ‘Kika’, (1993).

Antonio Banderas, with whom he worked precisely in ‘Matador’ and shortly after in ‘Bairse al moro’ (1986), he also wanted to pay tribute to the artist, “a sweet, spiritual woman and a good companion”, according to what the man from Malaga has published on his Twitter account.

Andrea Levy, Delegate for Culture, Tourism and Sports of the Madrid City Council, she was one of the first to react to the news: “Her personality and charisma have conquered several generations.” Maximum Huerta, former Minister of Culture, has also shown his regret on Twitter. Toni Cantó, director of the Spanish Office of the Community of Madrid, has also remembered “one of the most recognized actresses in Spanish cinema”.

ERC’s spokesman in the Congress of Deputies, Gabriel Rufián, has also expressed his condolences.

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