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Eduardo Palomo

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Eduardo Palomo
Palomo in 1995
Eduardo Estrada Palomo

(1962-05-13)May 13, 1962
Mexico City, México
DiedNovember 6, 2003(2003-11-06) (aged 41)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Years active1974–2003
(m. 1994)

Eduardo Estrada Palomo (Spanish pronunciation: [eˈðwaɾðopaˈlomo]; (México City; May 13, 1962 – Los Angeles; November 6, 2003) was a Mexican actor. Palomo became famous across Mexico and Latin America after his 1993 Juan del Diablo characterization in Corazón salvaje.

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He started acting in theatre at the age of 12 and found fame with the success of Corazón salvaje. He went on to make several other successful telenovelas and films in México. He also recorded an album titled Mover El Tiempo in early 1994.

He was determined not to star in any other soap opera after Ramona (co-starring with Kate del Castillo), but the sequel to Corazón salvaje was something he could not refuse. He was working on a Los Angeles production of the play Una Pareja Con Ángel (written by Palomo and previously produced in Mexico) when he died.

Palomo was in the process of "crossing-over" to American television audiences where he guest starred on shows such as Arrested Development, Kingpin and was to star in a CBS series. His last role was in A Day Without a Mexican (2004).

Personal life

Palomo was one of Jesús Estrada and Miliza Palomo's son, brother of Jesús Jr. and Susana.

Palomo married the singer and actress Carina Ricco on November 26, 1994. They had two children which are a girl called Fiona and a boy called Luca.

He moved from his native México to pursue a career in Hollywood; he died in Los Angeles from a heart attack.[1][2]


On the night of November 6, 2003, Palomo, wife Carina Ricco along with friends Sergio Arau and wife Yareli Arizmendi were on a night out in L.A.'s Melrose Avenue. Sometime between 10 and 10:30 pm (PT), Palomo while breaking out in laughter, he slowly began tilting his head forward almost simulating as if he were to be falling asleep. About five to fifteen minutes had passed by before anyone noticed he was actually unresponsive. Arau and Arizmendi performed CPR attempts to no avail. Paramedics arrived at the scene within ten minutes, CPR was once again attempted but proved unsuccessful. It was then declared that Palomo had died at the scene due to a sudden heart attack. Palomo was 41 years old.



Year Title Role Notes
1982 Sin privilegios
1985 El destructor
1989 Derrumbe Fabián Cruz
1990 Samuel Short film
1991 Rojo Amanecer Injured Boy
La mujer de Benjamín Leandro
El extensionista Cruz López, El Extensionista
1992 Getrudis Esteban Díaz
Mi querido Tom Mix Tom Mix
Serpientes y escaleras
1993 Las mil y una aventuras del metro
2000 Crónica de un desayuno Juan
2002 Cojones Mexican neighbor Short film
2003 El misterio del Trinidad Juan Aguirre
2004 A Day Without a Mexican Roberto Quintana


Year Title Role Notes
1981-1982 Por amor
1982 Lo que el cielo no perdona
No empujen
1982-1983 Mañana es primavera Fernando
1983 Videocosmos
1984 Eclipse Fernando
1985 Juana Iris
1985-1986 El ángel caído Antonio "Toño" Arvide Quijano
1986 Cautiva Enrique
1986-1987 Lista negra Hugo Lauri
1987 Tal como somos Octavio
1989 La casa al final de la calle Claudio Juárez
La hora marcada Eddie / León
1990 Fugitivos del diablo Television film
Yo compro esa mujer Federico
La fuerza del amor Gilberto
1991 La Pícara Soñadora Alfredo Rochild/Carlos Pérez
Alcanzar una estrella II Gabriel Loredo Muriel
1992 Triángulo Iván
1993-1994 Corazón salvaje Juan del Diablo / Francisco Alcázar
1996 Morir dos veces Esteban
1997-1998 Huracán Ulises
2000 Ramona Alejandro de Asís
2003 Kingpin Capt. Lazareno
2003 Arrested Development Everado Episode "Everado – Key Decisions"


  • 1994: Mover el tiempo


  1. ^ III, Harris M. Lentz (20 April 2004). Obituaries in the Performing Arts, 2003: Film, Television, Radio, Theatre, Dance, Music, Cartoons and Pop Culture. McFarland. ISBN 9780786417568 – via Google Books.
  2. ^ Staff, From; Reports, Wire (12 November 2003). "Eduardo Palomo, 41; Heartthrob Actor in Mexican Telenovelas" – via LA Times.

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