‘Sesame Street’ star Emilio Delgado useless at 81

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Emilio Delgado – identified for his position as Luis on the era-spanning youngsters’s present “Sesame Street,” has died, Each day Publish Digital can affirm. He was 81.

“We are saddened by the news of Emilio’s passing,” Robert Attermann, CEO of A3 Artists Company advised Each day Publish in a press release on Thursday. “Emilio was an immense talent who brought so much joy and smiles to his fans. He will be missed by many and we know his legacy will live on. Our thoughts are with his loved ones, including his wife, Carole.”

Delgado’s spouse, Carole Delgado, told TMZ that the actor, singer and voice artist had been battling blood most cancers for the previous few years and died surrounded by his household in New York Metropolis.

The energetic persona was additionally a educated stage performer and appeared in quite a few “Sesame Street” productions and acquired his break again in 1971 when he started singing as Luis the proprietor of the “Fix-It Shop.”

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Sesame Street's Luis has died at age 81.

Sesame Road’s Luis has died at age 81.
(Picture by Chris Hondros)

Born into Mexican-American heritage in Southern California, Delgado advised the Houston Chronicle in 2020 that he was raised by his grandparents and took up restore work in a store earlier than he and his household relocated to Los Angeles.

It was there the place Delgado started taking part in the trombone and drums earlier than making an attempt his hand at singing and appearing. His leap of religion would quickly repay when Delgado was solid within the Mexican-American cleaning soap opera “Cancion de la Raza.”

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“I’d been trying all my professional life to be somewhere I can change that, whether I was talking about it or trying to get into a project that showed Latinos in a good light,” he defined to the Chronicle. “That’s why ‘Sesame Street’ was such a good thing. For the first time on television, they showed Latinos as real human beings.

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“We weren’t dope addicts. We weren’t maids or prostitutes, which had been the way in which we had been being proven in tv in movie,” he added.

Emilio Delgado attends the

Emilio Delgado attends the “Street Gang: How We Got To Sesame Street” Particular Screening at Symphony House on December 10, 2021, in New York Metropolis.
(Picture by Alexi Rosenfeld)

“Here, on ‘Sesame Street,’ there were different people who spoke different languages and ate interesting foods, and they were all Americans.”

Carole Delgado additional relayed to TMZ that her husband had been working up till his demise, nonetheless performing voiceover work in January 2022.

All through his profession, Delgado appeared in different tv exhibits, together with “Quincy M.E.,” “Falcon Crest,” “Lou Grant,” “Law & Order,” “Person of Interest” and “House of Cards.”

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