The actor Tomás Goros who was working for "The Lord of the Skies", has been hospitalized in an emergency, has covid and it was complicated, family and friends ask for prayer for his recovery
62-year-old actor Tomás Goros has been hospitalized urgently for complications from covid-19, things are not easy for Goros who now struggles between life and death, family and friends have requested on social networks that a chain of prayer for his speedy recovery.
The actor Tómas Goros is recognized for his performances in the series "The Lord of the Skies", for many years he has dedicated himself to acting, his first steps began at the Institute of Fine Arts in Mexico and pantomime with Milan Sladek and Frederik Vanmalle.
The reporter Víctor Hugo Sánchez announced through the digital platform of Twitter the serious state of health of actor Tomás Goros, said that he presents severe complications as part of the same disease.
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"I am able to confirm that the actor Tomás Goros was hospitalized for Covid-19. Hopefully he recovers and comes out ahead."
Immediately the followers of the actor began to write, wishing that with the help of prayer he would soon recover and be able to get ahead of this disease that has taken great artists.
So far, relatives of Tomás have not released more details, it is expected that in the next few hours they will send a statement to all who follow the actor’s path. It should be noted that he is a very well prepared man in the fourth art, and also has special training in singing, which few know.
In his official Instagram account we can see that the last photograph he posted is from two weeks ago where he announces that he is together with beautiful actresses: With part of the cast of this comedy that is filmed in the beautiful port of Veracruz .. Thank you!
The actor has extensive experience in the theater, he has had important participations such as various musicals and stagings such as: "Vaselina", "Love without barriers", "Treasure island", "The kiss of the spider woman" and " Adventurer ", among others.