Broselianda Hernandez Death: Broselianda Hernandez, a Cuban entertainer whose diversion profession spread over TV, film and theater, has passed on. She was 56 years of age.
On Wednesday, a Miami sea shore occupant found the entertainer dead along the shoreline and detailed it to police, who distinguished the body as Hernandez’s, AP revealed. Despite the fact that there are no indications of unfairness, as of Thursday clinical analysts presently can’t seem to decide the reason for death.
As per Miami sources, the entertainer’s relatives state she went to purchase cigarettes on Tuesday night yet stayed away forever.
Hernandez acted in various TV titles including Le Retour d’Arsène Lupin and Entre Mamparas. She likewise showed up in various shorts including Tiempo Muerto, Tunel and Habanera.
In 2010, she showed up as Leonor Pérez in Fernando Pérez’s Martí, the Eye of the Canary and as La Madre in The Companion, which was her last acting credit.
Cuba President Miguel Díaz-Canel grieved Hernandez, sharing a message via web-based media.
“Goodbye to an outstanding entertainer named Broselianda,” he tweeted. “We grieve her initial misfortune. Our sympathies to her loved ones.