Diego Bertie who was very popular as a contemporary Peruvian actor and singer of British and Italian descent. His performances spanned film, theatre and television and he completed a film called Qué difícil es amar, set for release in 2018. He studied at Markham College in Lima, Peru and was also a singer in the mid eighties and had a pop group called Imágenes. Also, Bertie was an accomplished actor who appeared in several films, including Salomé (1934), Alexander the Great (1956), and Last Hours of Hitler’s Life.
Diego Bertie was also a distinguished theatre artist, such as playing Leonardo in Bodas de Sangre and Segismuno in La Vida es Sueño. Bertie has acted in movies like Sin Compasión (1994), Ultra Warrior (1990), Los Andes No Creen en Dios (2005), and Esto huele mal. However, he did dabble in music throughout his career, forming a band called Imágenes. What Is The Diego Bertie’s Death Cause: Find Out.
Diego Bertie’s Death Cause
Bertie is a musician and actor who was born on November 2, 1967. He has appeared in telenovelas such as Vale Todo (2002), La Ex (2006), and De Vuelta Al Barrio (2017). According to celebrity journalist and blogger Mario Casaretto, Bertie had perished. Latina TV station also informed the public that Bertie had died after falling from the 14th floor of a building in Miraflores. “We regret to inform you that actor and singer Diego Bertie, recognized for his work in film, television, and theatre, has died. We extend our heartfelt condolences to his family and friends from the Ministry of Culture.” The Perurvian Ministry of Culture posted news of Diego’s death on Twitter.
Diego Bertie Wife
Was Diego Bertie married? Diego Bertie was married to María Eugenia Errázuriz Ziga. The couple had three children together, according to sources.
Diego Bertie Fans Mourns Over Twitter
Following the announcement of his death, fans took to Twitter to discuss Bertie’s life and career. He began his career as a child actor, appearing in commercials and television shows such as The Young Ones and Grange Hill. He later found success as a presenter on children’s television programmes such as Blue Peter and Smash Hits TV.
One person wrote: “My heart is broken and I can’t believe the departure of this great man Diego Bertie.” Another tweeted: “Diego Bertie was one of the finest Peruvian actors in recent decades, and I’m still shocked by the news..”
The official Twitter account for Peru’s Gran Teatro Nacional posted the following tweet: “We profoundly regret the renowned musician and theater, film and television actor, Diego Bertie Brignardello. From the Grand National Theatre we express our condolences to your loved ones.”