Magda Guzmán has died at the age of 83. The Mexican actress who was born María Magdalena Guzmán Garza had a heart attack according to Televisa's "Primero Noticias." Magda Karina, granddaughter of Guzmán, made it official on Twitter writing: "See you soon my favorite warrior, my grandmother Magda Guzmán has just left on a trip to see Father God. Fly high my love, I love you. My adored grandmother Magda Guzmán is arriving in heaven to act in her most important role with God." Magda Karina, also posted a photo on Twitter of herself with the late actress and wrote the following message: "We are very sad. May she rest in peace our adored Magda Guzmán."

Magda Guzmán was born in Saltillo, Coahuila on May 16, 1931. She starred in film, theatre and television. Magda worked with great legends like Silvia Derbez, Rafael Banquells, Fanny Schiller, Alicia Montoya, Sara Garcia, Pedro Infante and many more.  More recently she had been in telenovelas, with her last one being "Amor Bravío" opposite Silvia Navarro and Cristián de la Fuente. Other works on the small screen included "Para Volver a Amar," "En Nombre Del Amor," "Tormenta En El Paraíso," "Alborada," "Mi Destino Eres Tú," "La Usurpadora" and "Te Sigo Amando." Guzmán was in many classic telenovelas like "Rosa Salvaje," "Valeria y Maximiliano," "Tú o Nadie," "Rina," "Muchacha Italiana Viene A Casarse," "Bodas de Odio" and "Yesenia." Magda Guzmán is also survived by her daughter and telenovela director, Karina Duprez.