Chespirito's son could help 'Profesor Jirafales'

He said that the problem should be solved through the proper channels, but is willing to lend a hand.
'I think that this is something that should be solved by the ANDA ... and I think that they are going to solve it in a very positive way for Rubén," expressed Gómez Fernández. (Photo: Archive/ EL UNIVERSAL)
03/07/2015
14:15
Janet Mérida
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Roberto Gómez Fernández has kept himself out of the problems faced by actor Rubén Aguirre, known as "Professor Jirafales," because he considers that it should be solved by the proper channels. But he did not rule out the idea to lend a hand to an old friend of his father 'Chespirito.'

"I think that this is something that should be solved by the ANDA (the actors guild) as I understand their procedures, and I think that they are going to solve it in a very positive way for Rubén," expressed Gómez Fernández during the inauguration of the photographic exhibition "Chespirito, from the creative mind to the boy in the barrel," which opened south of the city just yesterday.

A few weeks ago Rubén Aguirre reported that ANDA denied to pay his debt with a hospital in Puerto Vallarta, as well as paying medical care for his wife, which kept him from having an emergency procedure.

Gómez Fernández also announced the premiere in Mexican TV, on July 26, of the new animated series based in "El Chapulín Colorado" character created by his father. "The result is extraordinary, we are very pleased with what has been done," he said.

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