Actor Antonio Resines, 67, is admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Gregorio Marañón hospital in Madrid due to complications derived from the coronavirus, sources close to the actor have confirmed to Cadena SER, who explain that he is “stable” and “does not need intubation”. Resines has all three COVID-19 vaccine guidelines inoculated.
The artist’s family appreciates the interest and affection, but prays “tranquility and serenity”, and assures that they will give news of any news.
At the beginning of this year the actor revealed that it had to be colon cancer in 2015 that was detected in the same hospital where he is now admitted after a motorcycle fall. When testing they detected colorectal cancer and angina pectoris.
At Verónica Forqué’s farewell
The last time Resines was seen publicly was at the farewell to his friend Verónica Forqué, who was found dead in her Madrid apartment on December 13.
Vaccine and mask advocate
The actor participated last April in an awareness campaign of the Community of Madrid about the convenience of being vaccinated against COVID-19. “Getting vaccinated is safe and essential” was the slogan of the campaign. He has also been very critical on several occasions of the lack of personnel in Social Security and other public services, asking politicians to “get on their feet” with the management of the pandemic. He himself related that recording a series one of the actors tested positive and no one called him to track the possibility of further infections: “TI had to do my own quarantine and I did the PCR thanks to the producer “.
He has also harshly criticized those who have demonstrated against the use of the mask to prevent the spread of the virus: “EIn no case can people be allowed to go out on the street without a mask and hold mass demonstrations“He said at the end of 2020 in La Sexta. “The delegation of government To whom it may concern I should stop them all. Put them in jail and that they stay there a good season, “he said.
Your current projects
The popular artist, winner of a Goya Award for Best Actor in 1998 phear his role as Rafael in The good star (directed by Ricardo Franco), was born in Torrelavega, Cantabria, on August 7, 1954. Among his current projects, Resines is one of the actors in the third installment of the family film Father there is only one, by Santiago Segura, who had been incorporated into the role of grandfather and which began filming in Madrid on December 16. He is also filming the Movistar series We apologize for the inconveniences, with Miguel Rellán.
George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.