American actor, singer, dubbing director, radio and television host, Roger Cudney, lost his life on July 5, 2021 in Mexico City, Mexico after a spectacular accident, as confirmed by the National Association of Interpreters (ANDI). According to the media, the actor was disconnected from life support equipment in a hospital in Mexico City after suffering two cardiac arrests. Although the renowned actor who lived in Mexico, aged 85, died on July 5, it was not until this Friday, July 9, that the news was revealed by ANDI through its official Twitter account. The actor suffered the serious accident when his wife, Eloisa, was driving their car in which they both were traveling through Lomas de Chapultepec, after realizing that the vehicle had no brakes on a descent, the woman decided to impact the car against a tree to avoid damage to third parties. Donald Roger Cudney was born in Cleveland, Ohio, on June 22, 1936 where he was a film and TV actor, but since 1967 when he decided to stay in Mexico, achieving a successful career in television, although he also stood out for participating in film productions. Cudney appeared in five Euro-western films and TV series/films; as Vincent in 1979’s “My Friend Winnetou”; as a newspaper reporter in 1982’s “Mexico in Flames”; as Ames in the 1982 TV film “Showdown at Eagle Gap”; as Durand in 1982’s “Triumphs of a Man Called Horse”; and as Colonel Harney in 1998’s “One Man's Hero”.