Actors drown in Oaxaca; worked with Ludwika Paleta


Two actors died in Oaxaca while recording a movie with Osvaldo Benavides and Ludwika Paleta. This is what is known so far.

Two actors who participated in recordings of the movie “Wedding Night” drowned on a beach in Oaxaca. The production is directed by  Osvaldo Benavidesand celebrities such as: Ludwika Paleta, Marcela Guirado, Daniel Tovar among others participate. 

So far neither Osvaldo Benavides nor any other director of the production has spoken about it. This is what is known.

Two actors drown in Oaxaca; they worked on a film by Ludwika Paleta

It all happened when the actors entered the waters of Majahual Beach in San Miguel del Puerto, Oaxaca, and could not get out due to high tides. The victims were identified as Luis Manuel “N” and Marco Antonio “N”, 47 and 46 years old, respectively.

According to the report of the authorities and rescue bodies, on the afternoon of Wednesday, October 12, the group of 10 extras arrived and went to the beach area to spend time after their workday; however, three of them decided to enter the sea without taking into account the strong waves and the current of the sea. One of them managed to be rescued alive on Wednesday night, but the other two were not.

It was until dawn this Thursday when the body of Marco Antonio “N” was found in a rocky area, while the body of Luis Manuel has not yet been located by the elements of the Naval Search and Rescue Station of the Secretary of the Navy. (Semar) and the municipal directorate of Civil Protection of Huatulco.

Due to these facts, the Attorney General of the State of Oaxaca (FGEO) initiated the investigation folder. The search for the bodies by special teams continues to this day. Just this Wednesday, Osvaldo Benavides published on his social networks a photograph of the cast of the film’s actors with the message:

“These loving people have given me so many gifts. I love them a lot. What a loving job we have done,” but so far he has not expressed a few words for the deceased.

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