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Comedian Noemi Tesorero, famously known as Mahal, has died at age 46.
Her death was confirmed to Pep on Tuesday, August 31, by Mahal’s sister Irene Tesorero, who said that Mahal died in a hospital in Batangas. Her sister said the comedian tested positive for COVID-19.
Her sister also told Pep that Mahal had pre-existing conditions, including high blood pressure.
Born in Virac, Catanduanes, Mahal rose to fame in the 90s, standing out for her short stature. She has appeared in various films and TV series, most recently in the series Owe My Love, which aired from February to June 2021.
She was also known for being in a relationship with singer Jimboy Salazar, who died in 2015.
She started a YouTube channel in July 2020, where she regularly posted vlogs featuring model and indie actor Mygz Molino. Her last vlog, published on August 27, showed a behind-the-scenes of her appearance on Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho, where she visited her former co-star, the comedian Mura.
She also appeared in a vlog on Mygz’ own YouTube channel, published on August 29. – Rappler.com