Vicente Fernandez death, his age, net worth and films

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Vicente Fernandez Gomez was a well-known Mexican actor (who acted in many Mexican telenovelas) , musician, and film producer. Vicente is nicknamed “Chente,” and he goes by the names “El Charro de Huentitán,” “El Idol de México,” and “El Rey de la Msica Ranchera” (The King of Ranchera Music). Vicente Fernandez started out as a busker but has since become a cultural icon, having released more than 50 albums and featured in more than 30 movies. The majority of his repertoire consisted of rancheras and other Mexican standards.


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How old was Vicente Fernandez before he died?

Born on 17 February 1940, Vicente Fernandez’s age was 81 years at the time of his death. He was born and brought up in a poor-class Christian family from Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.


When did Vicente Fernandez die?

Vicente Fernandez died on the 12th of December, 2021. According to his family, he passed away at 6:15 am in a hospital in the state of Jalisco. He had taken a bad fall in August and has been hospitalized ever since for that and other illnesses.


How much does Vicente Fernandez charge for a concert?

To book Vicente Fernandez for an event then the starting range is $300,000-$499,000, you must make such amounts ready in order to book him.

Vicente Fernandez net worth

Vicente Fernandez was a Mexican actor, singer and producer who had a net worth of $25 million at the time of his death. 


Vicente Fernandez wife and kids

On December 27, 1963, Fernández wed Mara del Refugio Abarca “Cuquita,” the sister of a close friend he had made while growing up. Vicente Jr., Gerardo, and Alejandro are the couple’s three biological children; they also adopted Alejandra, his niece, as their fourth daughter. They had 11 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren from their children.


Vicente Fernandez movies and TV shows

  • Mi Querido Viejo
  • El Hijo del Pueblo
  • Tarcos al Carbon
  • Picardia Mexicana
  • Por tu maldito amor
  • El Tahur
  • Coyote y la Bronca
  • El Embustero
  • Matar o Morir
  • Valiant Love
  • A real man

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