The “rude” Joaquín Cosío breaks down in tears when remembering this moment of his childhood

Mexico. Joaquín Cosío, originally from Tepic, Nayarit, Mexico, recognized as a great actor for his participation in films such as Hell and Matando Cabos, among many others, shares in an interview with Yordi Rosado a sad passage from his childhood, the day he cried

The Mexican actor Joaquín Cosío, 59 years old, has many moments of happiness in his work and personal life, but in the latter there is something that when he remembers it he can’t help crying and that’s what happens when he tells Yordi Rosado about it.

It is about a sad passage of his life which happened when he was a child and he carries it nailed to his heart. “When I graduated from elementary school, no one from my family attended the ceremony because everyone was busy. When I went to receive my papers, no one applauded me and all the children did,” the actor shared with Rosado.

In the same interview and when talking about his family life, Cosío, who also acted in the movie Quantum of Solace (007: Quantum) playing General Medrano, He mentions that his mom died when he was about a year and a half old.

Cosío adds that he had several siblings and they lived in Mexicali, where his aunts raised them after the death of his mother, and about his childhood he also mentions that he was a lonely child who he loved to see the sky at all hours and the stars at night.

Despite having a strong and rude personality, Cosío defines himself as a sensitive man, quite the opposite of what he appears in the films in which he appears.

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He also tells Yordi Rosado that he has an excellent relationship with his father, who is currently 96 years old and whom he defines as a harsh being, but he has hugged and kissed him, and he likes that, and he gives thanks to life for everything , but he would have liked to meet his mother, he says.

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According to information in his biography, Joaquín Cosío studied communication sciences at the Autonomous University of Chihuahua, then worked as a reporter for several media outlets such as El Diario de Juárez and began his career in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico. theater career in the early 1980s.

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