The National Association of Actors (ANDA) announced the death of actress Renata Flores, who was rescued by the association in 2020 from the street situation in which she lived.
“The National Association of Actors regrets the sensitive death of our colleague Renata Flores. Our condolences to her family, friends and colleagues,” ANDA wrote on its X account (formerly Twitter).
Flores is remembered for her roles as an antagonist in soap operas in the 1980s such as “Chispita” – where Lucero debuted – and “Rosa Salvaje”, starring Verónica Castro.
Her most recent roles include popular Televisa productions, such as “Carita de Ángel”, “Rebelde” or “Lola, érase una vez”, with which Eiza González rose to fame.
Renata Flores lived in a car with her dogs
Renata Flores spent her last years at La Casa del Actor, which houses retired actors and actresses, after she was rescued at the end of 2020, after it was revealed that she was living on the streets.
Then the media reported that the actress lived in a car with her dogs, according to neighbors in the Del Valle neighborhood.
After the information became known, the then president of ANDA, Jesús Ochoa, contacted Renata Flores to provide support and the association asked La Casa del Actor to receive her.
When reporting on these actions, ANDA released an audio in which the actress was heard asking that the rumors about her life stop, and ensuring that she was surrounded by friends.
“I am well and at home; protected and surrounded by friends,” said Renata Flores. Please silence the bad information that is circulating about me. Kisses and hugs. I love you!