The actress Patricia Ramírez González passed away this Saturday at the age of 33 after being bedridden for nine years as a result of a traffic accident she suffered in 2014.
Born on November 8, 1990 in Sancti Spíritus, Patricia González studied Theater at the Villa Clara Professional School of Art and later joined the Dripy theater group, under the direction of Wilfredo Rodríguez Álvarez, where she completed her graduation thesis with the play “Stories to be told”. In the same group, she was part of the cast of “Naughty Baby”, “A Barber Around the Corner”, “Little Red Riding Hood” and “Gulliver’s Unknown Voyage”.
In Havana, she worked in Tony Díaz’s Mefisto Teatro group and played small roles in the dramatized “Tras la huella”, the telenovela “La otra esquina” and also worked as a host on the Educational Channel.
In 2015, she was selected for the leading role of Leida in the telenovela “Cuando el amor no acacia”, written by Maité Vera and Consuelo Ramírez and directed by Jorge Alonso Padilla. Just on the days of filming, she suffered a car accident that made her reinstatement impossible, and she was replaced by another actress to continue filming.
During the years that she remained in bed, the young woman was under the care of her mother and constantly received messages of support from family, friends and followers.
“Despite his youth, he leaves us to remember characters like Dr. Gutiérrez Nájera, the Wife of the Man who became a dog, El Inglés, The man with the artifact and Juanita. Patry, as we affectionately called him in the group, will always be with us in so many memories and anecdotes of the years he dedicated to us. Today is a very sad day for those of us who knew her and loved her,” Wilfredo Rodríguez Álvarez, director of the theater group or Dripy, wrote on his Facebook profile.