Demián Bichir would have started a romance with an Italian dancer

The actor Demián Bichir as Walter Simmons, during a scene from the movie “Godzilla vs. Kong” (Photo: EFE / Warner Bros)

About a week ago, Demián Bichir He uploaded a temporary story to his Instagram account where he was seen being hugged by an Italian dancer named Victoria Aletta, who is 35 years younger.

Although the publication was deleted by the actor after a few minutes, some media such as Windowing They managed to get a screenshot. According to the recovered image, Victoria and Demián would have spent a romantic afternoon.

However, this is not the only clue of a possible romance, since for her part, the Italian placed a temporary publication in which she wrote “With the best company”, which he accompanied with a photo where he was having a cappuccino. In the foam of said drink was “printed” the photograph with Bichir’s face, action that for some fans made it clear that they were together.

The evening of Azteca recovered the photograph (Photo: Ventaneando)
The evening of Azteca recovered the photograph (Photo: Ventaneando)

The meeting would have taken place in the historic center of Mexico City, since a few hours later Victoria Aletta placed some photographs in the Plank of the Capital Zócalo, with the Cathedral in the background, in said publication Demián Bichir left the following message: “Mexico City never looked so pretty

For her part, 23-year-old Victoria wrote a “I love you” in response to the actor’s comment. The young woman is dedicated to classical ballet and was born in Naples, Italy, she was the principal dancer of the Barcelona Ballet.

She is Victoria, the Italian dancer with whom he would be romantically involved (Photo: Instagram / @ victoria_aletta)
She is Victoria, the Italian dancer with whom he would be romantically involved (Photo: Instagram / @ victoria_aletta)

The possible new romance between Victoria and Damián stood out because two years ago, the actor from various films widowed after the death of Stefanie Sherk in 2019. According to the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office report, the Canadian actress committed suicide in a swimming pool.

At the time, the Mexican actor Demián Bichir confirmed the information revealed by the United States coroner in relation to the suicide of his wife, the actress Stefanie Sherk, whom he pointed to as a victim of depression.

“It is with courage, dignity and love, for our beloved Stefanie that we confirm such information. “He wrote in the second version of the statement he published on his Instagram account.

Demián Bichir and Stefanie Sherk (Photo: Instagram / @ demianbichiroficial)
Demián Bichir and Stefanie Sherk (Photo: Instagram / @ demianbichiroficial)

Regarding his professional life, in March of this year Demián Bichir made With Eiza Gonzalez a family in Godzilla vs. Kong. They brought to life the wealthy Simmons, a pair of entrepreneurs looking to develop a mechanical version that can match and even surpass Godzilla.

For Mexican actors, participating in this film with fantastic beings so emblematic of the cinema has been a dream come true, since their characters – father and daughter – were built out of stereotypes with personalities that they could develop.

“Starting because they are not Latino, it is not specified that they are Latino,” said Bichir. a The Associated Press in a video call interview. “The important thing is that two Mexican actors can play those kinds of characters, because sometimes stereotypes and pigeonholes are too clear in this industry.”

A scene from the movie Let me in 2010 (Photo: Twitter @ Marxvelita)
A scene from the movie Let me in 2010 (Photo: Twitter @ Marxvelita)

“The fact that Eiza and I are part of this powerful franchise speaks highly of many people, not just her and me,” added the Oscar-nominated actor. “He speaks highly of all the artists in Latin America, that we are ready and We are able to fight any challenge ”.

On the other hand Bichir will be part of the cast and will produce the remake of the 2010 film Let me in (Let the right one in).

This version will arrive in TV series format and is based on the Swedish novel Let me in (Let the Right One In in its original language). The history of the book of John Ajvide Lindqvist, this new production will be the third adaptation after two films it had in 2008 and 2010.

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