Jorge Vergara

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Jorge Carlos Vergara Madrigal (Spanish pronunciation: ['xoɾxe βeɾˈɣaɾa]) (3 March 1955 – 15 November 2019) was a Mexican businessman and movie producer. He was born in Guadalajara. He was the founder of the company Grupo Omnilife. He owned the football club C.D. Guadalajara. Vergara was also owner of Costa Rican football team Saprissa.[1]

Vergara produced movies such as The Assassination of Richard Nixon and the Oscar-nominated Y Tu Mamá También through the production company, Producciones Anhelo.

Vergara died on 15 November 2019 in New York City of a heart attack at the age of 64.[2]

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  1. Garza, Jeffry (15 November 2019). "Fallece Jorge Vergara, exdueño de Saprissa" [Jorge Vergara, former owner of Saprissa, has died]. La República (in Spanish). Retrieved 15 November 2019.
  2. "Políticos lamentan muerte de Jorge Vergara, dueño de Chivas" [Politicians mourn the death of Jorge Vergara, owner of the Chivas], MSN Noticias (in Spanish), Nov 15, 2019, retrieved Nov 15, 2019