Jessica Coch is a recognized actress Mexican woman well remembered for her roles as a villain in almost all the productions where she has participated. Although, her interpretations as the antagonist came to be detested by viewers, they recognize that she did her job so well that despite the antipathy she generated when they saw her on the screens, everyone wanted to see her again in a novel.
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This is how the actor, born on November 4, 1979 in Puebla, became the bad guy in the stories in series such as “Postal Code”, “Word of a woman”, “My sin”, “When I fall in love”, ” A refuge for love ”and“ Neighborhood love ”.
Despite the success he had and the affection of the public, from one moment to another he decided to withdraw from the TV soaps. Her last participation took place in 2017 when she put aside her role as a villain in “My husband has a family”, where she gave life to Marisol Córcega.
THE POWERFUL REASON THAT LEADED JESSICA COCH AWAY FROM TELENOVELAS
Actress Jéssica Coch was encouraged to speak for the first time about the reason that led her to suddenly move away TV soaps and leave her role as antagonist, the one who delighted the public with her evil deeds.
“I stopped myself 100% for my family. Because my dad got cancer a few years ago; then, well, you have to take care of them “He said in an interview with Televisa Espectáculos, although he did not specify what type of cancer he was diagnosed with or the current status of his father.
“I think that sometimes it is worth stopping a little for your health. I prefer a thousand times to see my mother than to be in a project and not be able to see her because of COVID-19 ″, said the soap opera villain.
WILL IT RETURN TO TELENOVELAS?
There is good news for the followers of the evil actress Renata Valencia in “My sin.” And is that Jessica Coach has returned to the Televisa San Ángel forums, where she is in talks to be part of the cast of the second season of “Crown of tears“, José Alberto’s telenovela ‘El Güero’ that starred Victoria Ruffo in 2012.
“I think it’s great and more because ‘Corona de Lágrimas’ did super well. Besides, the Ruffo is the Ruffo here and in China, so today that they are doing series that have more seasons I think it is a very good option “, he indicated.
According to People en español, the actress auditioned for the role of Olga, which was played in the first installment by Adriana Louvier.