"Pretty close to a remission," Harper's doctor says.
Maria Guadalupe Antonia Castro Rodriguez
Former radio host Tonita Castro waited until middle age to pursue an acting career but soon endeared herself to audiences with a string of charming and comedic roles. Born Maria Guadalupe Antonia Castro Rodriguez in Jalisco, Mexico, Castro moved to Los Angeles in the late 1970s following the death of her father. She initially supported herself and her family with various factory, bartending and cleaning jobs. While attending night school to learn English, she landed a job as a newsreader at Radio Express and proved to be so popular that she was quickly promoted to co-host of the station's Spanish-language morning show, a role she then held for nearly two decades. LessFormer radio host Tonita Castro waited until middle age to pursue an acting career but soon endeared herself to audiences … More