Bruno Falcon Cause of Death What Happened With ‘Pop N Taco’ Falcon, Breakin’ Star Was 58

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Brilliant dancer Pop-N-Taco Bruno Falcon has passed away at the age of 58. The street dance pioneer and star of the hit 1984 film Breakin’ breathed his last on Saturday 2nd July 2022. The sad news was shared by Falcon’s family members, friends and co-workers on social media. Tribute messages and posts have flooded the internet since the news was announced. People come forward and express their warm appreciation to the dancer. The cause of Bruno Falcon’s death is also being sought by many. Here’s everything we know about it.

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Bruno Falcon

The news of Bruno Falcon’s death was shared on his official Facebook page. The post read that it is with great sadness and emotion that he announces the sudden death of Bruno. Describing Bruno as an incredible, kind and generous man, the post explained that the dancer had this smile that lit up their hearts at every moment. According to the post, Bruno Falcon was a unique and incredible talent who will forever be the greatest dancer in history alongside Michael Jackson. Speaking about his cause of death, Bruno’s sister revealed that he died of natural causes.

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Who Was Bruno Falcon?

Bruno Falcon was born on June 10, 1964 and attended Poly High School in Long Beach. In the 1980s he gained recognition as a choreographer, dancer and actor. A native of East LA, he has performed with several musicians and choreographers throughout his career. For amateurs, the dancer is best known for his collaboration with Michael Jackson. Although he appeared in many videos, he was popularly known for his role in the “Smooth Criminal” music video.

Falcon was also a creative advisor on the pop star’s Dangerous tour. He was also seen in the video doing the “anti-gravity lean” he taught the singer. Aside from Michael Jackson, the 58-year-old dancer has collaborated with several other musicians throughout his career, including Chaka Khan (on “I Feel For You”), Lionel Richie (on “All Night Long”) and other members of the Jackson family.

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Reportedly, Bruno starred in the cult classic Breakin’ as Electro Rock 1 and had developed his own locking technique. He has also appeared in other films such as Electric Boogaloo, Captain EO and Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey. Needless to say, Bruno Falcon’s fans are saddened by his sudden passing and have expressed their sorrow on Twitter and other platforms. May his soul rest in peace!

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