Peruvian actor died after falling from the 14th floor of his building, estaba isoladado por Covid-19

The famous Peruvian actor Diego Bertie he died at 54 years old. The news was confirmed by Mario Casaretto, comandante del Cuerpo General de Bomberos Voluntarios del Perú.

According to reports, the national artist would have fallen from the 14th floor of his building, located in the district of Miraflores, leaving the hospital without life.

“Es una lamentable news, se ha encontraro a la persona de Diego Bertie en su cochera con multiples fracturas en las piernas y espalda”, indicated Casaretto. “Ha sido trasladado al Hospital Casimiro Ulloa donde ha llegado en calidad de cadaver, lamentable news. Estamos esperando que el hospital dé su comunicado para certificar lo que apparently es un tema confirmado. Sí (he died), es la confirmación que tenemos”.

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Un actor sin igual

Singer, composer and actor, the artistic career of Diego Bertie (2 de noviembre de 1967- 5 de agosto de 2022) was equaled by few contemporaries.

Si bien Bertie made his first incursions into the world of entertainment with his band Imágenes from 1986, his acting career was the one that really made him known nationally and internationally, starting with the novel “Rosa de América” ​​in 1988, before participating in iconic series from the 90s like “El hombre debe morir” and “Natasha”.

This relevance in television continued to the present day and in the last years he also starred in series like “Los successful Gome$” and had a central role in the popular TV series “De vuelta al barrio” like the villain Luis Felipe Sandoval.

His career on the big screen was equally notable, starting with a minor role in the film “Ultra Warrior” (1990) before taking the lead in movies like “Reportaje a la muerte” (1993) by Danny Gavidia, “Sin compasión” (1994) by Francisco Lombardi and “El bien esquivo” (2001) by Augusto Tamayo San Román.

Sobre este ultimo role, Tamayo highlighted Diego Bertie’s acting quality, saying that “among his generation, there were not many actors who could make a role like that of Jerónimo”

Diego Bertie also stood out in the tablas from very early in his career, starting with the musical “Annie” in 1987. Since then, he took the central role of putting on scenes of classic works such as “Blood Weddings”, “La vida es sueño” ” and “Oedipo rey”, así como musicales “La novicia rebelde” (2013) and “Mamma Mía!”(2015).

In the last few months, Diego Bertie sought a reinvention, resuming with force his musical career with his show “Los buenos tiempos”, a show that brought together the best of music from the 80s and 90s.

“Definitivamente, no he descartado volver a actura, solo que ahora le estoy giving priority to la música porque hay que invertir mucho tiempo y trabajo, ahora mi priority es continuar con las presentaciones, que tantas satisfactociones me han traído, y sacar mi disco nuevo “, he said in an interview with Perú21.

In a recent conversation with Nora Sugobono in front of Somos, Diego Bertie indicated that this new focus on music had been served before “sanarse”: “My house has opened to music.” Viene gente, tocamos, ensayamos. Y se respira arte acá. Yo no decoro: lo que tengo son acumulaciones sensibles”, he indicated. “Me acerco mucho al buddhismo porque siento que tenemos que aprender a respirar, a mantenernos en nuestro eje.” Estamos de paso, no vamos evitar la muerte, pero podemos transformar esa energía para que en otra vida seamos algo mejor”.

Duelo y sorpresa

The unexpected death of Diego Bertie ha tomado por sorpresa al mundo del espectáculo. One of the first to react was the artist’s manager, Carlos Sánchez de la Puente, who was shocked by the news.

“Estamos todos en shock, porque Diego es un ángel viviendo entre nosotros”, he said. “Es el tipo más noble con el que me ha tocado trabajar”.

Sánchez de la Puente also revealed that the actor had presented symptoms of Covid-19 since Monday, the reason why he had canceled his shows at La Estación de Barranco this week.

Una de las primeras celebrities en reactionar a la trágica noticia fue Karina Calmet. “Fue muy gratificante trabajar contigo amigo querido… descansa en paz Diego Bertie”, escribió por Twitter.

Christian Meier also lamented the departure of Bertie, affirming: “De chico quería ser actor por ti.” I’m an actor but you. Siempre te quise, siempre te admiré. Demasiado pronto Diego”.

The other artist who was most affected was the singer and actress Sandra Muente. “Amigos de la comunidad escénica, abrazos grandes a todos. Nudo en la garganta y el estámóga torcido al despertar con esta noticia… Los quiero y abrazo, estemos siempre para sostenernos y ayudarnos. Mucho amor para los amigos y familiares del hermoso Diego Bertie”.

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