Pepillo Origel: This is how Televisa will do so that "Benito" continue in Neighbors after the death of Octavio Ocaña

Mexico. Octavio Ocaña, actor who died at the end of October 2021, will continue to appear in the television series Neighbors with his character “Benito Rivers”, is reported on various news portals.

Televisa had an idea for Ocaña, who was 21 years old on the day of his death, to continue appearing in Neighbors, the series that launched him to fame since he was a child.

The entertainment journalist Juan José Origel has shared on his social networks that he proposed to Televisa that another actor play Benito, but the company responded negatively, since they had a plan to preserve the actor’s legacy.

“The production decided that they are going to say that the boy is going on a trip and the girlfriend will only have contact with him by phone. I think another boy does it, but no, but it will only be fictitious, through messages “, expresses Pepillo Origel.

Ocaña’s last participation in this comedy project was in season 11, but a new one will be released soon, of which he did not record his scenes, for this reason his presence will be counted on through messages to other characters.

Octavio Ocaña passed away after a police chase in the State of Mexico when he was in his truck. After colliding, he was allegedly accidentally shot with the pistol he was carrying, authorities reported.

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This version was rejected by Octavio Pérez, Octavio’s father, and in statements to the media in CDMX said that his son was killed by the police, for which he undertook an investigation on his own.

I studied Communication Sciences at the Autonomous University of Sinaloa. My experience as a journalist dates back to 1988, when I began to collaborate in Grupo Acir, with Fernando Sarabia and Julieta Hernández in a show program. Then I joined Noroeste as a collaborator in the Shows section with Rolando Arenas and I stayed for almost five years. Later, he became part of the newspaper El Sol del Pacífico and collaborated with Susana Cazadero in the Shows section for 3 years. I joined Mazatlán Debate in 2001 to work as a reporter for Social, Culture, and Entertainment; Then I received the opportunity, in 2012, to be Editor of the newspaper La Sirena, a position I held for three and a half years. Since the end of 2015 I have been working as a web reporter in the Debate Shows section.

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