Laura Azcurra dedicated a “Thank you for your art, forever talented companion”, while Thelma Fardin he wrote: “The pain is infinite, how could we not take care of her and hold her.”
“What an immense sadness the death of the beloved and talented actress María Onetto. Her prestigious and extensive career includes work in theater, film and television. An incomprehensible loss,” published the actress and politician victoria onettowhile the actor, director and playwright Jose Maria Muscari he dismissed her with a brief “Bye, beautiful Maria Onetto. Fly high with all your magic, with all your talent and all your light that will be eternal.”
The actress mercedes funes wrote “Oh God what tremendous news! What sadness”; as well as the actor Gonzalo Heredia He expressed: “What a pity about Maria.”
Inés Efron said “You remain in hearts for all eternities, dear María”; the writer Claudia Piñeiro posted: “What an immense shame. What an extraordinary actress”; and the actress Andrea Bonelli recalled their moments of working together: “I had the pleasure of sharing many scenes!! but for a year our most intimate and intense coexistence because we also shared a dressing room and beautiful moments!! Fly high dear Maria!!”.
William Pfeng He also expressed his “enormous sadness” and recalled a personal anecdote: “Every time I saw you act, it made me want to act. I told you this once that night on Corrientes street and you told me that you preferred that to being told that You acted well. You marked a path with your work and your commitment. I understand something but at the same time it makes me infinitely angry”.
They also fired her from the account Argentine actresses: “We say goodbye to our colleague María Onetto. Fighter for the rights of women and the union, beautiful person, powerful actress, great teacher. The echo of her work will remain in us as a constant sound, a loving reference. Our hug to her family and its people.
Another of the institutions that had words for the artist was the association Grandmothers of Plaza de Mayo, who recalled her commitment to the policies of Memory, Truth and Justice and her work in Teatro x la Identidad: “It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to María Onetto. We will miss her artistic quality, her commitment and her solidarity. We embrace her family and friends, and @TxIBuenosAires”.
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