Guy Williams He was born in New York, a thousand miles from Buenos Aires, and he had everything to stay to enjoy his glory in the United States. However, the actor who put the body of ZorroThe character of the television series Disney decided to spend his last years in Palermo. there he died 30 years ago, on 1 May 1989 And there he enjoyed his great love: Arazel Lisaozo, the Argentinean who was his partner and who this Thursday revealed that the American is not only a sword expert but also under the sheets.
Guy and Araseli met in 1978 and despite the age difference (he is 30 years older) the relationship was strong. They had twists, yes. But love and passion prevailed.
Guy Williams, characterized as El Zorro, the role that immortalized him.
"I left my husband for him and he left his partner when I met The first time we parted was because I wanted to have kids but he did not. He told me his children were my age, "he remembered. Araqueles on the floor of Los Angeles de la Mannana.
Guy Williams and Araceli Lisazo, in one of their best moments as a couple.
However, the most daring thing came when asked how Guy really was like a lover, as there are many rumors about the subject.
– "Worked" and The Fox?
"Yes, with me works in a way that no one has worked. And never after anyone.
"And is it true that you were with him for 15 hours straight?"
-Hey, ha, ha. I had 12 hours of love with El Zorro.
A little red but fun by the anecdote, Araqueles He defined the actor in this way. and He left him more than well, almost like a Latin lover, a sex marathon.
It became serious when memories led her to that on May 1, 1989, in which Williams She died, and she, paradoxically, was aged for years. "It's not true he died alone and abandoned." I talked to him on April 30 and I know he died on 1st because he had to call me and he did not call me. The last time I talked to him was that morning and he told me, "Tell your mother to get ready, I'll get married in Los Toldos with you," she said. Araqueles,
Guy Williams and Araseli Lisaozo play for the camera.
He added, "Whatever you say, There is no way to talk badly about El Zorro, if it was big. The good thing is that people love the love story of El Zorro by Guy Williams.