Adan Canto, Renowned Actor from The Cleaning Lady and Designated Survivor, Passes Away at 42

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The entertainment industry mourns the loss of acclaimed actor Adan Canto, renowned for his stellar performances in hit TV series like The Cleaning Lady and Designated Survivor. Canto's untimely demise occurred at the age of 42 after a private battle with appendiceal cancer, as reported by The Wrap.

The news of his passing has left the industry and fans alike in shock and grief. Canto's representatives at UTA, Entertainment360, and Viewpoint shared heartfelt sentiments, revealing the actor's profound spirit and the lasting impact he had on those who had the privilege of knowing him.

"Adan had a depth of spirit that few truly knew. Those who glimpsed it were changed forever," stated Canto's representatives. "He will be greatly missed by so many."

Warner Bros. Television and FOX Entertainment, where Canto had been an integral part of the family since his U.S. debut over a decade ago, expressed their sorrow in an official statement.

"A wonderful actor and dear friend, we were honored to have him as part of the Warner Bros. Television and FOX Entertainment families," the statement read. "This is an unfathomable loss, and we grieve alongside his wife Stephanie, their children, and loved ones. We will miss Adan dearly."

Canto's impressive onscreen career spanned back to 2009, and he graced audiences with memorable roles in The Following, X-Men Days of Future Past, Narcos, and Designated Survivor. His recent portrayal of Arman Morales in Fox's crime drama, The Cleaning Lady, received acclaim for its powerful and nuanced performance.

As the entertainment community collectively mourns the loss of a talented artist, Adan Canto's legacy lives on through his impactful contributions to film and television. The upcoming return of The Cleaning Lady for its third season on March 5 will undoubtedly serve as a poignant reminder of his indelible mark on the industry.

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