Monica Villaseñor Death Cuase and Obituarty

Monica Villaseñor Mexican actress and dubbing director of sailor star fighter passed away today, know about obituary andd eath cause.

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Who was Monica Villaseñor? : Obituary

Mónica Villaseñor was the Mexican actress and dubbing director famous for voice in Sailor Star Fighter in Sailor Moon Sailor Stars, Tomoyo in Sakura Card Captor, Android 18 in Dragon Ball Super, Cerebrín in Hamtaro, among many more.

Monica Villaseñor was born on November 29, 1966 and died at February 2, 2022. She completed graduation from UNAM with a degree in Directing in Dramatic Literature and Playwriting. She was also a professor at the UIC (Intercontinental University) in the Baccalaureate area. She was awarded as one of the Best Director at the first “Manolo Fábregas” Independent Theater Festival. She had dubedd in film and video as a cast, crew, and director.

In voice acting, she famed as Hao Asakura in Shaman King, Tomoyo Daido in Sakura Magicka, Cerebrin in Hamtaro, and Sailor Moon Sailor Moon Star Sailor Moon in. She was the most recent voice for Android 18, after being dubbed for the first time in Dragon Ball Z XIII: The Last Battle; she would have return to her role in Dragon Ball Z Change: The Final Chapter and Dragon Ball Super, consolidating himself and with a stable voice until 2022. She died on February 2, 2022.

She had marriage with actor Héctor Miranda who died in past.

Monica Villaseñor Death Cause

The death cause of Monica Villaseñor is not known. We will update you once we get in informed.