Ramon Valdes made of Mr Ramon, the character from “El Chavo del 8”, one of the most universally recognized and fondly remembered figures in Latin popular culture. It’s true, the entire cast of “The Chavo of 8” is remembered with love and marked millions of childhoods; but with Mr Ramon something special happens – no other character in the vicinity of the guy has so many fans with tattoos of his face without a doubt, that even exceeds the scope of it Roberto Gomez Bolanos.
Ramon Valdes, was a well-remembered and celebrated Mexican actor, comedian and singer-songwriter despite having died more than 30 years ago. The interpreter of Don Ramón died on August 9, 1988, when he was 64 years old. His real name was Ramon Antonio Esteban Gomez Valdes and Castle. Born in Mexico City, within a humble and large family. His debut was in the movie “Calabacitas tenderas”, although his enormous recognition would come with the role of Mr Ramon in “The Chavo of 8“.
Roberto Gomez Bolanospopularly known as Chespirito, was the creator of “The Chavo of 8“. Within their characters is Mr Ramon, an unemployed widower from Chihuahua who tries to raise his daughter, known as “La Chilindrina”, as best he can; they both live in apartment no. 72 in the neighborhood of “The Chavo of 8“, owned by Mr. Barriga. The name of his deceased wife is never revealed, nor is the cause of it.
Something that always fans of “The Chavo of 8“They have wondered what it was and what was the meaning of the tattoo that Mr Ramon I had on my forearm. When the series aired, tattoos weren’t as common or openly socially accepted as they are today, so a character with tattoos drew quite a bit of attention. Many wondered if this peculiarity was part of the character created by Roberto Gomez Bolanosor really the tattoo was embodied on the skin of Ramon Valdes.
Now the grandson of Mr Ramon has announced that it was the tattoo that attracted so much attention from the viewers of the show created by Roberto Gomez Bolanos; If you are wondering if the tattoo was true and represented one of the great loves of Ramon Valdes. In the broadcasts of “The Chavo of 8“we could see the illustration on the skin of Mr Ramon, but few managed to glimpse that it was a sailboat. “It was a sailboat and it represented his love for the sea. all, all Valdes They loved the sea, for them it was the most beautiful thing to be in the sea, to contemplate it. my uncle german ValdesHe had three yachts if I remember correctly. They loved the sea so much that they spent half the year there when they weren’t filming something,” said the grandson of Mr Ramon.