Who Voices Coco in ‘Coco?’
Día de los Muertos may not be as prominent a holiday as Halloween, but the family-oriented celebration has steadily grown in popularity since its inception in the late 1930s. The rise of the Mexican holiday has been treated to some great cinemas over the years, but the most notable is undoubtedly Disney/Pixar’s Cocoa. The film is guaranteed to make you laugh, try your own grito, and bawl your eyes out. The second one hits hard on that last touching moment when Coco’s Mama says that simple word before the unforgettable finale of “Remember Me” plays.
Coco, while far from the main character of the film, is the center point of the film (if the name wasn’t a dead giveaway). She’s the cornerstone of the family that connects the long-lost Hector to his great-grandson Miguel, and while she doesn’t have much to say, her only song in the film is truly heartbreaking. The long overdue reconciliation between a little girl and her missing father brings the entire family theme together and serves as the film’s emotional finale.
Who plays Grandma Coco?
From the Mexican actress, Ana Ofelia Murguía, comes the captivating performance of Mamá Coco. Born in 1933 in Mexico City, Mexico, Murguía’s first gig was in an experimental short film made for the 1968 Summer Olympics held in her home country. Although she worked steadily over the following years, her first major recognition in film came in 1994 with Queen of the Night, Murguía received her first nomination for the Ariel Award. During her career, she was in more than 100 films and TV shows, and although she was nominated for the prestigious award in Mexican cinema 6 times in her career, Murguía did not manage to win the prestigious award. surprisingly Cocoa the only singing credit the actress has listed so far.
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