The renowned Cuban actress of theater, film and television Broselianda Hernández died this Wednesday in Miami, Florida (USA), at the

age of 56,

supposedly drowned on a beach, "without signs of violence", although the causes of her death They are yet to be determined, police sources reported.

"There were no apparent signs of violence.

The cause of his death will be determined by the Medical Examiner's Office," said Ernesto Rodríguez, spokesman for the Miami Beach Police, who explained that it was a call to the 911 emergency line at 6 : 30 am the one that alerted of the event.

The agents who appeared at the scene, on the beach near 79th Street, found the woman's lifeless body, Rodríguez added.

According to Telemundo 51,

a passerby tried to

rescue her but found her lifeless body.

"I tried to rescue her, but unfortunately she was dead," Marcos Carbono, one of the residents who was

walking through the area at that time

, told the US channel in Spanish

and found the body.

A helicopter from Local 10 channel captured the moment when the police

removed the body from the shore

of the beach wrapped in a blanket.

Daughter of the prestigious Cuban theater critic

Rosa Ileana Boudet, the

actress was born in Havana in 1964 and graduated in Acting from the Higher Institute of Art (ISA) in 1987. Since then she has worked on television and in theater in groups such as Buscón, Buendía and El Público.

Cubans remember her, however, for her television roles in "When the water returns to earth" and "Las honradas", and for the films "Barrio Cuba" (2005), directed by Humberto Solás, and "Una Rosa de Francia (2006), by Spanish director

Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón,

highlights the Cuban affairs site Cubanet, based in Miami.

Hernández also participated in the films "The Annunciation" (2009), by Enrique Pineda Barnet, and "José Martí, the eye of the canary" (2010), by Fernando Pérez, adds the digital medium.

"I am crying for her like

the whole world cries for her,"

said Gretell Trujillo, also a Cuban actress.

"The greatest of the last generations. She was a very kind, sweet, comical person, she made the party to everyone," added Trujillo, a prominent theatrical actress who lives in Miami and who met Hernández.

On her Facebook page, the El Público theater company, one of the most avant-garde and controversial in Havana, where Hernández worked, published the following obituary: "She will forever be the

first actress of Teatro

El Público. With Broselianda Hernández in her heart ".

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