Agustín Bernal Cause of Death: How the Mexican Actor Died at 59

Who was Agustín Bernal?

Agustín Bernal, born Romualdo Bucío Bucío, was a Mexican actor, film director, writer, and producer, mostly known for his frequent appearances in Mexican urban westerns, action films, and crime thrillers. He was sometimes credited as Augustine Bernal. He died at the age of 59 in Pharr, Texas, where he resided in his final years.

What was his film career like?

Most of his portrayals included tough, violent cops or vigilantes, and cruel, ruthless criminals or drug lords. He was one of the most well-known faces in the genre, along with Mario and Fernando Almada and was as well known and famous as they were. The IMDb lists him appearing in over a hundred and fifty films. After being absent from the industry since his last film in 2005, he was most recently seen in the 2007 Mexican TV show ‘El Pantera’. He had also appeared in some minor soft porn movies.

Some of his notable films include Instructions Not Included (2013), El Cártel de Zacatecas (also director) (2005), Desde el Infierno (also director) (2004), El Marihuano (also director) (2002), Sangre de Pandilleros (also director) (2002), El Rey del Secuestro (also director) (2002), El Bruto (also director) (2002), La Banda de los Panchitos 2 (2001), Duelo de Cabrones (also director) (2001), Malditos Violadores (also director) (2001), El Último de los Cholos (2000), Monjas Narcotraficantes (1999), Grave Robbers (1989), Salvador (1986), and La Leyenda del Manco (1987).

How did he die?

According to Wikidata, Agustín Bernal’s cause of death was myocardial infarction, also known as a heart attack. A heart attack occurs when the blood flow to the heart is blocked, usually by a buildup of fat, cholesterol, or other substances in the arteries. This can damage or destroy part of the heart muscle, and lead to serious complications or death. It is not clear what triggered his heart attack, or whether he had any previous medical conditions or risk factors. He died on 8 January 2018 at the age of 59 in Pharr, Texas, where he resided in his final years. He was cremated and his ashes were moved to his native town of Parácuaro, Michoacán.

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