The famous actor Juan Jose Camaro, in a letter published on his social network, admitted that his vision is ten percent and that his disease is irreversible.
“The fog has covered my eyes,” wrote the 78-year-old actor in the letter, remembered for roles such as the lead role in “Nazareno Cruz y el Lobo” by Leonardo Favio, and whose final screen credits were in ” “La Vida Anterior”, by Ariel Broitman in 2013.
As he explained in a text published entirely in capital letters, the disease he suffered from was called bilateral maculopathy, and despite the fact that he could move on his own and “look, albeit retarded, in nature.” The gift of” he has only ten percent of his total vision ability.
“Other things happen to other people, it happened to me. I can’t read or write like I used to. I’ve tried everything that could be done, over the years, ever since this Difficulty has begun, I am traveling with hope of endless healing,” he wrote.
In return, he said: “I do not feel like I am a champion of misfortune, nor a standard-bearer of human pain.”
Camaro began his career in 1969 with the novel “Play to Die”. During the next seven years, he took part in various romantic films and comedies, as well as playing Fabian in such successful series as “Rolando Rivas, El Taxi Driver”.
But her rise to fame and more dramatic roles came in 1975, when she played Otalora for “The Dead”, Hector Oliveira’s adaptation of the story by Jorge Luis Borges, and, above all, by the film’s protagonist Favio, who played many For years it was the highest grossing film in national cinema.
Back in the novels and strips, in the cinema, Camaro knew how to live under the orders of Manuel Antin in “Alla Far y Ago Tiempo” and Miguel Pereira in “La Det Internal”. On television, her last appearance was in the polka strip, “Champions of Life”.