Hernán López Ramírez who will lend his voice to give life to hundreds of characters from animation and cinema died this Sunday at the age of 60, relatives confirmed through social networks. Americanist actor at heart, biker by passion, warrior of life and a great example of struggle. God have it in His glory! Rest in peace Herman Lopez,” his relatives shared on the actor’s social networks. Hernán López Ramírez was born in Mexico City on March 16, 1961 and from a young age he began his career in the world of dubbing and thanks to his talent, he soon served as a direct dubbing, as well as a television and Mexican film actor. During his career, López Ramírez was able to give voice to countless characters such as Wolverine in his 1990 animated series, Justo Bolso in Cojare el Perro Cobarde, Elmer el Gruñón in The Looney tunes, Marlín in Buscando a Nemo and other more characters, since for his versatility and acting ability, he allowed him to play from serious and rough characters to the most endearing old men. Many of these characters filled millions of children and adults with joy, however, this Sunday they also said goodbye after the sensitive death of Hernán. The actor was reportedly in intensive care due to a disease in the spine. After his death, some colleagues of the guild, as well as actor and dubbing director, Lalo Garza regretted with sadness the departure of who was a great friend and warrior. Lalo Garza mourned the death Read more: Mhoni Vidente sees Vicente Fernández Jr. in psychiatric hospitals, and says why”What a great sadness, it hurts my soul to say goodbye to a great friend. How many laughs, how much talk, how much learning. You were always a warrior and today I bid you farewell as such. And even if you were angry… you were my first “dad” in between. Rest in peace the GREAT Herman Lopez,” Lalo Garza wrote on Twitter. Regal Spider-Man! It climbs monterrey building and goes viral after the film’s theatrical release.