Family of Susana Dosamantes, mother of Paulina Rubio, plans to take her ashes to Mexico | People | Entertainment

The family of the Mexican actress Susana Dosamantes, who died in Miami this Saturday at the age of 74, plans to cremate her remains and take the ashes to Mexico to rest in her country, she told Eph a family source.

Dosamantes, mother of singer Paulina Rubio, died at Mount Sinai Hospital in Miami Beach, where she had been treated for about four months for pancreatic cancer.

According to the family source consulted by Ephwho asked not to be identified, had been hospitalized for about a week.

For now, the family has not decided if a funeral will be held in Miami; but if there is, it will be after the Fourth of July holiday long weekend, she told Eph the fountain.

“With my heart in my hand and deep pain I want to inform you that my mother, the beautiful Susana Dosamantes, today begins a new cycle, in total peace and surrounded by her family. My example of life, a being of light, a strong woman, today joins eternal life, ”Paulina Rubio wrote on her Twitter account on Saturday night.

The family of the actress, who had two children, Paulina and Enrique, as a result of her marriage to the Spanish lawyer Enrique Rubio, who died in 2011 and from whom she separated in 1974, reported on April 21 that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. pancreas.

“His children, his grandchildren and his family are united and focused on his recovery. We have full confidence in the medical staff of both Mexico and Miami, which has extensive experience and professionalism in this type of cancer”, added the Rubio Dosamantes brothers in that statement.

On her Twitter profile, where she wrote her last message on May 29, Dosamantes defined herself as “a hermit with many friends.” “I love my family, my country, my house, my profession. I like good people. The bad ones I get out of my way!” she added.

Born in the Mexican city of Guadalajara on January 9, 1948, Dosamantes began her artistic career in film.

His first role was the movie swirl of passions (1968), and came to participate in more than 28 productions on the big screen, including River Wolf (1970), starring John Wayne.

However, his most recognized roles were in soap operas.

Dosamantes was a permanent part of the history of the Mexican television giant Televisa since 1971, when he belonged to the cast of the original version of Italian girl comes to get married.

The actress began to stand out in 1977, with her performance in the second version of the iconic soap opera Wild Heartin which he shared a role with Angélica María, Juan Martín and Fernando Allende.

Her most recent role was that of Tita, Montiel’s widow, in the 2021 production If they let us.

However, no role gave her “more happiness” than that of mother and grandmother, according to what the artist told Eph on the red carpet of Premio Lo Nuestro, in Miami, where she paraded last February, accompanying her daughter Paulina Rubio, who was recognized for her 30-year career.

After her divorce from Rubio, Dosamantes married another Spaniard, businessman Carlos Vasallo, owner of the television channel America Teaveewhom he divorced in 1988.

Her last husband was businessman Luis Rivas.

“A huge thank you to the doctors, nurses and all the hospital staff for taking such professional care of my angel. We infinitely appreciate your understanding and respect at this difficult time. We ask for privacy for her family and friends, ”Paulina Rubio wrote on the networks when announcing the death of her mother. (YO)