Mexican actress of the Golden Era of Mexican films, singer and stage director Monica Miguel died early on the morning of August 12, 2020 in Mexico City, Mexico. She was 81. Born on March 13, 1938 in Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico, in pursuit of her artistic dreams on the stage, she traveled to Mexico City, there She studied theater at the academy of the Asociación Nacional de Actores. Encouraged by colleagues, she traveled to Japan and then Italy, where she worked in film, theater, and television. There she recorded her first album. Her eight-year stay in Rome gave her maturity as a human being and as an artist. She gave recitals in Greece, Cyprus, and England. After her return to Mexico, for her performances at the Insurgentes theater, in the works Vine, ví y mejor me fuí and La maestra bebe un poco, she received an award from the Unión de cronistas de Teatro (Union of Theater Critics). In 1981 she performed in "The Merry Wives of Windsor" together with Alfredo Sevilla, Tara Parra Chela Nájera among others. In 1981, the Mexican Association of Theater Critics named her best actress and singer for her performance in Man of La Mancha. In the 1980s she entered the world of television, first as an actress in soap operas such as Amalia Batista, Abandonada and Yesenia.