“El Chavo del 8” is a Mexican comic television series created by and starring Roberto Gómez Bolaños, produced by Televisión Independiente de México. The series was broadcast as an independent series on February 26, 1973 by Channel 8 and ended on January 7, 1980. The successful program deals with the experiences of a group of people who live in a Mexican neighborhood where its protagonist, the Chavo, carries out mischief together with his friends that cause misunderstandings and arguments between the same neighbors, usually in a comical tone.
For her part, Florinda Meza is a Mexican actress, screenwriter, writer, director, producer, singer and broadcaster, famous for playing the character of Doña Florinda in the Mexican series “El Chavo del 8“. Meza is the widow of Roberto Gómez Bolaños “Chespirito”. However, the actress was coveted by many men on the set, leaving several broken hearts in her wake.
During the production of “El Chavo del 8“, a series that reached various parts of Latin America, Chespirito and Florinda Meza they began a strong love relationship that lasted until the comedian’s death in 2014. However, before her relationship with the creator of the series, the actress maintained relationships with other actors and workers of “El Chavo del 8“.
Initially, Florinda She was the girlfriend of Carlos Villagrán, who played Quico. Thus, the actress gave an interview to Gustavo Adolfo Infante where he confirmed that he had had a courtship with his stage partner, Villagrán. Although this was not all since Meza He also confirmed that he had a relationship with the director of cameras and executive producer Enrique Segoviano.
About it, Florinda Meza stated: “I was never a totally pretty woman … but I had good bits … Roberto told me: ‘In this life it is more important to have a good figure than a good body.” It is undeniable that the actress stood out for her beauty on the set of “El Chavo del 8”.