Television The emotional farewell messages from Laura Gómez-Lacueva's colleagues

The actress Laura Gómez-Lacueva died on Thursday, March 30 at the age of 48 due to cancer

Television The emotional farewell messages from Laura Gómez-Lacueva's colleagues

The actress Laura Gómez-Lacueva died on Thursday, March 30 at the age of 48 due to cancer. Many spectators will remember her for her work in La que se avecina, where she played Greta Garmendia, and in El pueblo, where she got into the skin of Mariajo Soler. Her colleagues in her series published emotional messages from her on the networks to say goodbye to her.

Luis Merlo wrote: "Dismayed to learn of your departure at age 48. Fly high." Nacho Guerreros uploaded a photo with the interpreter to Instagram and admitted: "I did not know how serious your condition was, Laura. Have a good trip to infinity. You have been an excellent companion and you leave us devastated."

Miren Ibarguren shared: "Have a good trip, partner. We will miss you very much. I love you." Loles León added: "What a great loss, a wonderful person. Rest in peace." Nathalie Seseña admitted that she had not yet believed the news of her death: "It has been a luxury to share work and life with you. An extraordinary person and actress. A huge hug to all her relatives and loved ones."

Jordi Sánchez limited himself to saying in his publication: "How sad, partner." Eva Isanta uploaded a selfie with her: "That's how I want to remember you. Have a good trip! Thank you, you have taught me a lot." Fernando Tejero defined her as "a wonderful companion and a great actress."

Carlos Chamarro, who played her husband Esteban in La que se avecina, expressed when posting a photo together: "Well, that's how I want to remember you, smiling and like going to sleep, in our pajamas. I always admired your talent before I met you and then I've I have been lucky to be able to work with you, by your side. The labiofino family loses its matriarch in fiction and an incredible, honest, funny and generous human person personally... A huge hug and all my energy to your boy and to all your family".

Other of the latest signings of the veteran production also dedicated nice words to him. Jaime Riba wrote a long text in which he described her as "an excellent professional and a beautiful person": "We will always remember you as a person who filled places with kindness, with empathy and who always made us feel comfortable with that smile that always adorned your face."

Elisabeth Larena talked about a pending coffee with her and lamented: "We have lost a great actress and a very good person." Alex de la Croix rescued some photos from the filming of the comedy: "What do we like to do between shots? I love you, Laura."

Álex Gadea commented: "You have given value to this profession and sharing it with you has been a delight. Giant admiration". Mamen García wrote: "Laura Gómez-Lacueva has left us. I am very sad, very much." Margarita Asquerino expressed: "What a great shame! Rest in peace, precious. My deepest condolences to her family and friends."

Ruth Díaz, who worked with her in El pueblo, was also very affected: "I am devastated, friend. You are one of the most beautiful things that happened to me in that town. I love you. I wish I could have been close to this last stage. What a day so sad. Damn. I cry and adore you. I put these photos because I want to remember you like this. Laughing."

Empar Ferrer, another of her colleagues in El pueblo, wrote: "Our partner Laura Gómez-Lacueva has left us to go to time without time. Always with her wide smile and a kind word. You stay in my heart." Raquel Guerrero pointed out: "Life is tremendously unfair. But how is it possible? Why? A piece of a woman, a piece of an actress and a piece of a partner... It's just that I'm speechless."

Javier Losán confessed: "I am absolutely shocked by the death of the great Laura Gómez-Lacueva. My condolences to family and friends. There are losses that are difficult to overcome. Thank you for so much. A wonderful woman and an absolutely sublime actress."

Alberto Caballero, creator of La que se avecina and El pueblo, shared on Twitter: "Devastated by the death of our beloved Laura Gómez-Lacueva. We have rarely met someone who mixes talent and human quality in such quantities. Life sometimes It's very unfair. A kiss, honey. We will always remember you."

The other creator of these titles, her sister Laura Caballero, posted a photo of the interpreter with a rainbow on Instagram: "We loved taking shitty photos of ourselves 'taking' things in the background wrong. And always, in all of them, she would laugh And it infected you. Because Laura's laughter was the best virus that could get into your body. I feel hyper-privileged to have enjoyed it and to have learned from her, from the powerful talent she had. Right now it eats me up It's a pity and I don't know how long it will take us to assimilate that it is gone. We will remember you a lot, precious. You were the Fukushima of good vibes."

The Mediaset and La que se avecina Twitter accounts also dedicated posts to the interpreter after her death. "Hasta siempre, presidente", can be read along with a video of a scene of hers in the comedy.

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