Victor ChamberVenezuelan actor remembered for his leading role in the telenovela ‘Topacio’, released in 1984, recalled the bad times he lived in Venezuela, during the government of the deceased Hugo Chavez.
In a report made by ‘Día D’, Cámara recalled his best times as a television heartthrob and how from one day to the next he lost everything:
However, he indicated that what he experienced taught him good lessons for his life, since with effort he was able to recover what was lost: the 63-year-old actor reported.
The interpreter also criticized the way in which the charges were distributed in the state during those years: “What’s your occupation: ‘I’m a shoemaker’, ‘Very well, he will be minister of education’. They began to appoint people who did not have the capacity to exercise the function of a ministry”, the actor finished.