This Friday morning, Peruvians and Latinos in general woke up with the unexpected and unfortunate news of the death of Diego Bertie, after falling from the 14th floor of his building, located in the Lima district of Miraflores.
Diego Bertie dies, the Peruvian actor fell from the 14th floor of the building
Days before, the Peruvian actor and singer told how excited he was to return to the music scene, for which he had already been working on a series of presentations with a varied repertoire that he would perform every Thursday in August. “Diego is a super noble, beautiful soul (…) He very much wanted his album that he was recording to come out”, his manager declared today Carlos Sanchez de la Fuentein an interview for ATV News.
The manager does not believe that the accident is related to something emotional, when the journalist asked him if he had noticed any low mood, he replied: “He has been very happy, he has been very happy, in particular I have not felt any of that (depression), I want to know the details of what has obviously happened (…) we do not know what has happened around all this” , he said from a phone interview broadcast live.
Rather, he emphasized that the actor and singer was very strict with every detail of his work, and that he was very focused on his work. Show. “Diego is very demanding with his work, as a studious and meticulous actor… he was super involved in the Show and the truth is that all the opportunities we have had to contact him have been good, they have been very nice”.
“In the stereo he found a family…”he indicated.
The manager revealed that he had asked him to take July to rest, so during this time he was on vacation. Sánchez said that until yesterday he had maintained communication with Bertie, he stated that he was ready to start his shows in a week. “Happy because next week family and friends were going to come to see him”said.
This happiness for his return to music was shared by Bertie himself on his social networks. “I am super excited to be able to see each other again to sing and dance the best rock of the 80s and 90s. It is very close to start and tickets are running out”said in a post of July 23.
In a video recorded for the digital project ‘Estudio en casa’, Diego Bertie can be seen singing from his apartment. This video shows the facade of the building, from where the artist fell.
In a July 22 interview with the newspaper The popular He was asked about what he thought of loving in these times dominated by hate at times: “You always have to prioritize love. Hate, quarrels and that kind of thing do not lead us anywhere (…) he who lives free, lives happier “, he said at the time. (YO)