Mexican actor Guillermo Gil participated in 51 plays, 49 feature films and 19 soap operas, as well as teaching at the Centro de Educación Artística (CEA).
He died at the age of 65, a native of Tehuacán, Puebla, and a graduate of the School of Theatrical Art of the National Institute of Fine Arts (INBA).
Juan Guillermo Sánchez Bolaños, his real name, stood out in the acting field thanks to his participation in theater and film productions, which earned him the Virgina Fábregas medal in February 2001, awarded by the National Actors Association (ANDA), for more than 25 years of uninterrupted career.
He founded his own theater company which he named "San-Gil", in honor of his late father's name, Don Guillermo Sánchez. He was a teacher for seven years in the acting and theater workshop at CEA, and served as stage director at the experimental and amateur level in 108 plays.