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Leonardo Simons’ Legacy in the Television Industry

Leonardo Simons was a well-known television presenter who had the ability to captivate the masses. However, on October 19, 1996, the TV industry was struck with sadness as Simons was found dead after taking his own life. Despite this tragedy, his legacy in the industry continues to live on.

Simons had been the host of several popular programs, including Música en Libertad and Sábados de la bondad. However, it was Ta Te Show, which had been on the Telefe screen for four years, that was a highlight of weekend programming. When news of his death broke, it was a shock to everyone in the industry, and his colleagues quickly paid tribute to him on air.

Fernando Bravo, who hosted the show Siglo XX, Cambalache alongside Tete Coustarot, offered his condolences, expressing how much of a friend and partner Simons was to him. Bravo, who is known for his emotional nature, often displaying tears in front of the camera, did not shed any that night. Instead, he expressed his anger towards the circumstances surrounding Simons’ death.

It was later revealed that Simons’ brother, Judge Carlos Wowe, had been accused of corruption. Simons, who had always had a spotless career, could not bear to have his name linked with such an act. This, combined with a possible health problem, had caused him to succumb to depression.

In the aftermath of his death, the industry and fans alike paid tribute to Simons and his contributions to television. Telefe, the channel Simons had been working for, continued with the airing of Ta Te Show, with Silvio Soldán taking over from Simons as host. Soldán, a close friend of Simons’, gave an emotional speech at the beginning of the broadcast, pledging to continue the show in Simons’ memory.

Simons may have left the world of television, but his impact on the industry remains. He has become a symbol of what it means to be a great television personality, and his legacy continues to inspire those who aspire to follow in his footsteps.

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