Antonio Medellín has died at the age of 75, the actors guild ANDI confirms. In a post on Facebook, the association confirmed the death of the Mexican actor. "With deep sorrow, the directive counsel the passing away of Antonio Medellín, today in the city of México. He was 75," the statement read. "To his family and friends, we send you a warm-felt hug and our condolences."

Medellín was a seasoned actor that participated in countless telenovelas. His last credit was on Televisa's "Tres Veces Ana" where he co-starred opposite Angelique Boyer and Sebastián Rulli. In the Univision-aired soap, the actor was a man that courted Boyer's Ana Lucía. They met in the little town and he was a rich man that essentially wanted to "buy" a wife. His plans failed and ultimately did not get what he wanted.

Prior to that role, he had credits in telenovelas like "Lo Imperdonable" (2015), "Que Te Perdone Dios, Yo No" (2015), "La Gata" (2014), "Por Siempre Mi Amor" (2013), "Porque El Amor Manda" (2012), "Cuando Me Enamoro, Se Detiene El Tiempo" (2010), "Mi Pecado" (2009), "Fuego En La Sangre" (2008), "Contra Viento y Marea" (2005), "Barrera De Amor" (2005), "Rubí" (2004), "Amarte Es Mi Pecado" (2004), "Niña Amada Mía" (2003), "María Belén" (2001), "Ramona" (2000), and many more.

As of now, there's no cause of death for the actor that has been made public. After the news many celebrities have taken to Twitter to express their sadness.