Colombian film and TV actor Rey Vásquez died in a Colombian hospice of diabetes and COVID 19 on September 17, 2021. He was 83. Vásquez was born Jaime Arturo Vásquez Blanco in Bogota, Colombia on Januaey 6, 1938 and had a long acting career, as he worked in this field for five decades. Some of his most popular soap operas are: 'Don Chinche' and 'Romeo y Buset' from the 80s ′, as well as' Café con aroma de mujer 'in 1994. He also appeared in feature films such as "Agent Ñero Ñero 7", "Condors do not bury every day", "The agony of the deceased", "Canaguaro", "The Proud and Damned" and "Each voice carries its anguish". Vásquez appeared in two Euro-westerns: “The Proud and the Damned” (1972) starring Chuck Connors as the innkeeper and “Now My Pistols Speak” (1982) with Emilio Fernández and Aldo Sambrell.