'Chespirito' Funeral Photos: Florinda Meza, Edgar Vivar, Carlos Villagrán And Celebrities Say Goodbye To Roberto Gómez Bolaños

"Chespirito" has been a great loss in the entertainment world as a comedic icon passed away. Roberto Gómez Bolaños died at the age of 85 from a heart failure on Friday afternoon in Cancún. Televisa, home of his greatest shows and characters, organized a funeral inside the studios where he spent most of his time. After landing at the Toluca airport in México City his remains were transported to Televisa San Angel where hundreds of celebrities paid their respects to the late actor. It was "La Plaza De Las Estrellas" where everyone gathered to remember and say one last goodbye to "Chespirito." At the event we saw his widow Florinda Meza as well as Kiko Carlos Villagrán and Sr. Botija Edgar Vivar.

'Chespirito' Funeral

Televisa San Angel was home to "Chespirito" and all of his creations and it was the place where he was paid one last homage to the comedic icon. twitter/televisatvmx

'Chespirito' Funeral

Televisa San Angel was home to "Chespirito" and all of his creations and it was the place where he was paid one last homage to the comedic icon. twitter/televisatvmx

'Chespirito' Funeral

Televisa San Angel was home to "Chespirito" and all of his creations and it was the place where he was paid one last homage to the comedic icon. twitter/televisatvmx

'Chespirito' Funeral

Televisa San Angel was home to "Chespirito" and all of his creations and it was the place where he was paid one last homage to the comedic icon. twitter/televisatvmx

'Chespirito' Funeral

Televisa San Angel was home to "Chespirito" and all of his creations and it was the place where he was paid one last homage to the comedic icon. twitter/televisatvmx

'Chespirito' Funeral

Televisa San Angel was home to "Chespirito" and all of his creations and it was the place where he was paid one last homage to the comedic icon. twitter/televisatvmx

'Chespirito' Funeral

Televisa San Angel was home to "Chespirito" and all of his creations and it was the place where he was paid one last homage to the comedic icon. twitter/televisatvmx

'Chespirito' Funeral

Televisa San Angel was home to "Chespirito" and all of his creations and it was the place where he was paid one last homage to the comedic icon. twitter/televisatvmx

'Chespirito' Funeral

Televisa San Angel was home to "Chespirito" and all of his creations and it was the place where he was paid one last homage to the comedic icon. twitter/televisatvmx

Armando Tinoco is an Orange County-based writer with a degree in Marketing from Cal. State Fullerton and a degree in Graphic Design from the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising. In addition to reporting for Latin Times and when he is not watching Brazilian and Mexican telenovelas or quoting lines from "Clueless" and "Friends" he is brushing up his skills in CSS and responsive website design. Some of his celebrity idols include Eiza Gonzalez, Paulina Rubio and Amanda Bynes.