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Alma Muriel passed away on Sunday aged 62. The actress was found in her apartment in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico. The telenovela performer died of an apparent heart attack. (...)She was also Catalina (Catherine) in a Mexican TV 1979 adaptation:
Known as a "primera actriz," Alma Muriel made a name for herself playing villains in TV melodramas. Her villain on "El Extraño Retorno De Diana Salazar" is considered one of the top ten villains in the history of telenovelas. See video below. She worked on "El Extraño Retorno de Diana Salazar" (1988), "Si Dios Me Quita La Vida" (1995), "Nunca Te Olvidaré" (1999), and "Destilando Amor" (2007) among others. As actress on a lead role, she worked in Luis Spota's "Las Grandes Aguas" alongside Gonzalo Vega. (Óscar López in Los Angeles Times)
Cumbres Borrascosas (1979) (20 episodes) (1 hour each)
With Alma Muriel and Gonzalo Vega
Directed by Ernesto Alonso
Adapted by Ada Campobello