The dubbing and animation industry is mourning the loss of Erika Robledoprominent dubbing actress, who died at the age of 48 in Los Angeles California. Robledo, whose voice gave life to iconic characters such as Ariel in The Sirenitto and Esmeralda in The Magical Warriors, is fondly remembered by colleagues and admirers alike. According to reports, her death occurred on January 22, and was confirmed days later by her family.
Érika Robledo distinguished herself in the world of dubbing for her exceptional talent and ability to connect emotionally with the audience through her performances. Details about the reasons for her departure have not been revealed. The dubbing community, represented by entities such as the Association of Voice Artists (AMAV), has expressed her deep regret through various media, highlighting the indelible mark that the actress leaves in the industry. In recent months, the artist shared her enthusiasm for new projects she had in the pipeline, revealing her unwavering passion for her craft.
However, The causes of the sensitive death have not been clarified. of the Mexican, since at the moment neither her family nor representatives have taken up the topic in any statement or interview. Due to his age, the questions have increased as some Internet users speculate that it could have been some accident or silent illness, although many others have also emphasized that he could have been suffering from depression.
Throughout his career, Robledo contributed his voice to multiple projects of international relevance, earning the respect and admiration of his peers. The news of his death has generated a wave of tributes and recognition of his legacy, both on platforms dedicated to dubbing such as WDN ES-World Dubbing News, and among his followers on social networks. His work will remain a testament to his talent, dedication and love for the art of the voice.
Her versatility allowed her extensive participation not only in the field of animation, where she is remembered for her work in Detective Conan, Astroboyand Twilightbut also in the field of acting, with roles in important series on digital platforms such as Prhyme Video and Netflix. Furthermore, his talent transcended the Spanish language, standing out in 2018 on the English dubbing team of The House of Flowerslending his voice to the character Virginia de la Mora, originally performed by Verónica Castro.