Ricardo Silva Elizondo

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Ricardo Silva Elizondo (6 February 1954 – 7 February 2021) was a Mexican singer and actor. He was best known for his dubbing of American animated cartoons and Japanese anime into the Spanish language.

His works include the Spanish Latin American version of the Dragon Ball Z theme, "Cha-La Head-Cha-La", and the second opening of Digimon. He also appeared in many telenovelas such as in El premio mayor, Amigas y rivales and Destilando amor.

Elizondo died aged 67 from COVID-19 in Mexico City during the COVID-19 pandemic in Mexico, one day after his 67th birthday.[1]

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  1. "Muere Ricardo Silva, la voz de 'Dragon Ball'". AS.com (in Spanish). 2021-02-08. Retrieved 2021-02-08.