Señora Pezmuerto is a young, dark-skinned woman who has her black hair tied into braids put into a ponytail accompanied with a red headband and has brown eyes. She wears a white and yellow top and a red dress.
Like Osvaldo and Señor Flores, Bruno had a prophecy of something bad happening to her, and due to this she seems to have resentment and even fear of Bruno; Bruno even details someone, likely Señora Pezmuerto, saying "Oh, he's creepy and his vision killed by goldfish".
Not much is known about Señora Pezmuerto however, some time ago, Bruno told her that "her fish would die", and his prophecy came true the next day.
She is also seen around the town and in the Casita talking to other townspeople. In "We Don't Talk About Bruno", she sings about his prophecy and that the next day, her fish had indeed died. After Casita collapsed, she was among the people that came to the ruins and helped rebuild it.
- She is mistakenly referred to as "Señora Ozma/Osma" in the transcript of the film.
- In the scene where Mirabel starts to assemble the pieces of the vision during "We Don't Talk About Bruno", Señora Pezmuerto is seen, dancing with her fish bowl, but then she disappears and Dolores takes her place. This is because the directors wanted both Dolores and the fun energy of Señora Pezmuerto, but without having too many characters. So, the solution was to quickly swap them off screen.
- Her surname "Pezmuerto" translates to "dead fish" in English, referencing her dead fish.
|Madrigals||Main Characters||Mirabel Madrigal • Luisa Madrigal • Isabela Madrigal • Alma Madrigal • Bruno Madrigal|
|Supporting Characters||Julieta Madrigal • Agustín Madrigal • Pepa Madrigal • Félix Madrigal • Dolores Madrigal • Camilo Madrigal • Antonio Madrigal|
|Minor Characters||Mariano Guzmán • Señora Guzmán • Osvaldo • Old Arturo • Señor Flores • Señora Pezmuerto • José • Señora Ozma • Señor Rendon • Lili • Parce • Chispi • Pico • Pumped Juancho • Little Alejandra • Innocent Cecilia|