Clidy Suárez, one of Cordoba radio’s most well-known female voices, isn’t profiled on Wikipedia. Instead, Jess Mara and Cosquin, two of the province’s most famous events, were held in her honour.
The head of the Córdoba Cultura Agency, Nora Bedano, told Cadena 3 that she was a woman who “opened doors.”
Who Is Clidy Suárez?
Clidy Suárez is a journalist. Suárez’s name does not have a Wikipedia entry. However, after being born in Rosario, she began her professional career in the Córdoba media.
She has also won Martin Fierro awards. In an interview with Cadena 3 journalist Marcos Calligaris, she said, “I used to pretend I was from Cordoba by adoption; now I proclaim I am from Cordoba.”
She was also a dance teacher with a focus on Spanish dances. Betty Román was the first picture to appear on Córdoba television. She worked for Canal 12 and then LV3 for over 40 years.
Edad Of Clidy Suárez
Clidy Suárez, an actor and announcer, died on Wednesday at 84. Suárez was born in Caada de Gómez on June 3, 1938.
In 1961, she won a competition to become a member of the Comedia Cordobesa. After that, he did radio drama on LV2 and LV3 (today, Cadena 3).
Her coworkers highlight the importance of her job by pointing out that she has been the official announcer for the Cosqun Festival for 25 years and Jess Mara for 20.
What Caused Clidy Suárez’s Death?
According to people close to her, Clidy Suárez, a well-known actress, presenter, journalist, and media figure in Córdoba’s history, died in the last few hours.
Suárez was 84 years old when she was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit of the Italian Hospital in 2020 due to decompensation. She had been suffering from pancreatitis for a long time.
Suarez was a key figure in Córdoba’s media history, anchoring several television programmes and interviewing generations of performers.