Dina de Marco

This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Nuñez and the second or maternal family name is Jimenez.
Dina de Marco
Born Diana Zar Nuñez Jimenez
(1937-07-06)6 July 1937
Mexico City, D.F., México
Died 17 June 1998(1998-06-17) (aged 60)
Mexico City, D.F., México
Cause of death Cancer
Occupation Actress, director
Years active 1958-1998
Spouse(s) Rafael Banquells (1955–1990) (his death)
Children José Manuel, Rocío, Mary Paz, Rafael Jr. & Ariadne Banquells

Dina de Marco (6 July 1937 – 17 June 1998), born Diana Zar Nuñez Jimenez, was a Mexican actress and television director. She formed as actress in the Academy of Andrés Soler.


She started her career as an actress in 1958, and went on to make over 20 soap operas, including success as La Pícara Soñadora, with the late Irán Eory, Eduardo Palomo and Mariana Levy in 1991, Alondra in 1995, Sentimientos Ajenos in 1996, and finally, her last soap opera was made in 1997, Esmeralda.

She was a wife of the actor and director Rafael Banquells. Her children are José Manuel, Rocío, Mary Paz, Rafael Jr. and Ariadne.[1] She died of cancer on 17 June 1998.



Year Title RoleNotes
1958 GutierritosAnita Supporting Role
1960Murallas blancas
1964 Cumbres borrascosas
1965 Tu eres un extraño Blanca
1967 Felipa Sánchez, la soldadera Rosario
1969 El ruiseñor mexicano AmaliaSupporting Role
1978 Mamá Campanita Lucero
1980 El árabe Yadira Supporting Role
1982-83 Bianca Vidal GuillerminaSupporting Role
1984 Aprendiendo a vivir Perla
1984-86 Principessa VirginiaSupporting Role
1989 El cristal empañado Paulina Supporting Role
1989-90 Carrusel
1991 La picara soñadora Doña Bertha Supporting Role
Madres egoístas Jacinta Arriaga Supporting Role
1995 Alondra Trini GómezSupporting Role
1996-97 Sentimientos ajenos DonataSupporting Role
1997 Esmeralda Crisanta Supporting Role


Year Title Role
1958 Pepito y los robachicos
1961 La comezón del amor
1962 El espejo de la bruja Elena
Los secretos del sexo débil


Year Title
1989 Dias sin luna
1991 Carrusel de las Americas
1992 Sesame Street (Mexican version)


  1. "Rocío Banquells". www2.esmas.com (in Spanish). Televisa. 2013-02-19. Retrieved 2016-07-31.

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