Roberto Gómez Bolaños, the Mexican Comedic Artist 'Chespirito,' Dies at 85

Chespirito's "Chavo," a freckled and mischievous orphan who lived in a barrel, made his way to the homes of Latin America and beyond with his striped shirt, frayed cap and his endless fights and misunderstandings with Don Ramon, Quico, la Chilindrina, 

The citizens of México continue to mourn the loss of the comedic legend Chespirito. Last night, Televisa paid homage to his legacy in a memorial held at the studios where he created his famous characters. Today, fans will be able to say one last

“I profoundly lament the death of Sir Roberto Gómez Bolaños, 'Chespirito.' My condolences to his family,” Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto said on Twitter. “Mexico has lost an icon whose work transcended generations and borders.” Another admirer 

Roberto Gomez Bolanos, the Mexican comedian better known by the nickname Chespirito, has passed away at the age of 85. He is best known for his roles on El Chavo del Ocho and El Chapulin Colorado, but might be more known by the folks at Uproxx as 

Por Jorge Eduardo Gómez. (CNNMéxico) — Roberto Gómez Bolaños Chespirito falleció este 28 de noviembre. Te traemos las frases de este comediante mexicano que se hiciera popular a través de sus personajes:.