Susana Dosamantes

This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Rue and the second or maternal family name is Riestra.
Susana Dosamantes
Born Susana Rul Riestra
(1948-01-09) 9 January 1948
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Occupation Actress
Years active 1968-present
Spouse(s) Enrique Rubio González (1969-1974)
Children Paulina Rubio (b. 1971)
Enrique Rubio
Parent(s) Mario Dosamantes Rul
María Elena Susana Riestra Alcaraz

Susana Dosamantes (Spanish pronunciation: [suˈsana ðosaˈmantes];[1] born Susana Rul Riestra on 9 January 1948 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico) is a Mexican actress.

Personal life

She is the mother of Mexican pop diva Paulina Rubio,[2] and has worked in around 50 movies and TV series, including a number of telenovelas (Spanish soap-operas). She starred in the films Rio Lobo (1970), Day of the Assassin (1979) and Hit Man (1982), and worked in the soap-opera El Juramento.[3]


Year Title Character Notes
2016 Tres veces AnaErnestina Rivadeneira Main Cast
2012 Corazón ApasionadoDoña Úrsula Campos Miranda de Villacastín Antagonist
2010-2011 Eva Luna Marcela Arismendi Main Antagonist
2008 El Juramento Luisa Robles Conde Supporting Role
2006-2007 Marina Alberta Morales viuda de Alarcón Antagonist
2005-2006 El amor no tiene precio Lucrecia Cevallos Antagonist
2003 Rebeca Matilde Linares Co-Protagonist
1997 Amada enemiga Regina Proal de Quijano Protagonist
1989 Morir para vivir Rosaura Guzmán de Iturralde Main Antagonist
1983-1984 Amalia Batista Amalia Batista Protagonist
1981-1982 Infamia Lidia SantanaProtagonist
1980-1981 Aprendiendo a amar Teresa Ibáñez Protagonist
1978 María José Supporting Role
1977-1978 Corazón salvaje Aimee Molnar de D'Autremont Main Antagonist
1975-1976 Lo imperdonable Gloria Fonseca Co-Protagonist
1974 El chofer Pilar Supporting Role
1973 Ana del aire Norma Supporting Role
1973 La hiena Dayanara Supporting Role
1972 El edificio de enfrente Supporting Role
1972 Las gemelas Supporting Role
1971 Muchacha italiana viene a casarse Supporting Role


  1. In isolation, Dosamantes is pronounced [dosaˈmantes].
  2. Torrens, Claudia (2007-05-24). "Cozying up with Paulina Rubio". New York Daily News. Retrieved 2010-02-01.
  3. "Susana Dosamantes es Luisa". Telemundo. Retrieved 2010-02-01.
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