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Mario Cid, first actor, says goodbye to the stage in Tampico – El Sol de Tampico

With a full house, the first actor Mario Cid said bye to the stages on the afternoon of this Saturday, June 25, in Tampicooffering a function of the play Black Flag, which led him to conquer forums throughout the Mexican Republic.

The event was attended by lovers of the performing arts, as well as relatives of this outstanding artist, who gathered in the Experimental Theater of the Metropolitan Cultural Space.

ABOUT MARIO CID AND HIS CAREER

Mario Cid, born in Tampico on June 27, 1932has a remarkable career in the theater field as well as in film and television

This race was fueled by the Black Flag montage itselfwhich addresses a story whose protagonist is a father who seeks to save his son from the death penalty.

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It should be noted that the Tampico native participated in multiple soap operas such as The Storm, Love Never Dies and The Betrayal. On the other hand, Rattlesnake, Fire in the Sea and Red Pier; same as some feature films where the first actor demonstrated his talent.

THEY CELEBRATE HIS 90TH BIRTHDAY AND SING TO HIM IN THE MORNINGS

Once his presentation at the Experimental Theater is over, Mario Cid was received by the Tampico audience at the Subway main lobby with a strong congratulations.

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The attendees sang the theme the mornings as a way to celebrate the 90th birthday of this renowned actor.

During the coexistence, the interpreter commented that he is very satisfied with his career.

“I did what I had to do in this business, both in film and theater, as well as on television, and now it’s my children’s turn,” express.

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Finally, Mario Cid, the first actor, commented that it is grateful for having coincided with important personalities such as Julio Alemán and Gonzalo Vega, and invited the new generations of actors to work for their dreams.

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