Susana Dosamantes, first Mexican actress and mother of the singer Pauline Rubiodied at the age of 74 in a hospital in Miami, United States.
The sad news was confirmed by the National Association of Actors of Mexico. “The death of our colleague Susana Dosamantes, a member of our union, is deeply regretted. Our condolences to our colleague Paulina Rubio, family and friends. Rest in peace”, was noted on Twitter.
Dosamantes suffered from pancreatic cancer, which is why she was admitted to the Mount Sinai Medical Center in the city of Miami, Florida, in April 2022. Two months have passed since her hospitalization and today, July 2, her death was confirmed.
His first role was in the film “Swirl of passions” (1968) and he came to participate in more than 28 productions on the big screen, including “Río Lobo” (1970), the film starring John Wayne.
However, his most recognized roles have been in soap operas. Dosamantes has been a permanent part of the history of the Mexican television giant Televisa since 1971, when she was part of 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 telenovela “Corazón Salvaje”, in which she shared with Angélica María, Juan Martín and Fernando Allende.
Paulina Rubio said goodbye to her mother, actress Susana Dosamantes
The singer Paulina Rubio turned to her Instagram account to say goodbye to her famous mother: “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”.
“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 your family and friends.”he concluded.
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