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Jéssica Muriel

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Birth
Tijuana, Tijuana Municipality, Baja California, Mexico
Death
28 Nov 2023 (aged 63)
Rosarito, Playas de Rosarito Municipality, Baja California, Mexico
Burial
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Actress. Jéssica Muriel was a trailblazing transgender woman hailed as "The Miracle of the Century," renowned as Mexico's first transgender actress and singer. Born in Tijuana, Baja California, she rose to prominence as an iconic vedette in Mexico during the 1970s. Despite facing societal challenges, her unwavering determination led to her transition, undergoing 12 surgeries before emerging as Jéssica Muriel in 1978. Renowned for her talents in singing, dancing, and diverse performance styles like jazz, she became a leading figure in esteemed cabarets and nightclubs, including La Copa de Champagne, Follies Bergere, and Casino Royal. Her career pinnacle arrived as the exclusive star at Teatro Frú Frú for nine years, where she shone in the production "Las Emmanuele," alongside renowned figures such as Irma Serrano and Isela Vega, under the production of Pablo Leder. Additionally, her contributions to movies, television, and photonovels, notably in the film "El Sexo Sentido" (1981), were highly acclaimed. Following a decline in Mexico City's nightlife scene, Jéssica relocated to Guadalajara, where she directed the nightclub París de Noche and embraced motherhood by adopting a child. After a hiatus, she returned to the stage with her show and theatrical production "La Primera Madame."
Actress. Jéssica Muriel was a trailblazing transgender woman hailed as "The Miracle of the Century," renowned as Mexico's first transgender actress and singer. Born in Tijuana, Baja California, she rose to prominence as an iconic vedette in Mexico during the 1970s. Despite facing societal challenges, her unwavering determination led to her transition, undergoing 12 surgeries before emerging as Jéssica Muriel in 1978. Renowned for her talents in singing, dancing, and diverse performance styles like jazz, she became a leading figure in esteemed cabarets and nightclubs, including La Copa de Champagne, Follies Bergere, and Casino Royal. Her career pinnacle arrived as the exclusive star at Teatro Frú Frú for nine years, where she shone in the production "Las Emmanuele," alongside renowned figures such as Irma Serrano and Isela Vega, under the production of Pablo Leder. Additionally, her contributions to movies, television, and photonovels, notably in the film "El Sexo Sentido" (1981), were highly acclaimed. Following a decline in Mexico City's nightlife scene, Jéssica relocated to Guadalajara, where she directed the nightclub París de Noche and embraced motherhood by adopting a child. After a hiatus, she returned to the stage with her show and theatrical production "La Primera Madame."

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