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Elizabeth Dupeyrón

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Elizabeth Dupeyrón
Elizabeth Dupeyrón.jpg
Born (1951-01-14) January 14, 1951 (age 70)
OccupationActress
Years active1958–present
RelativesHumberto Dupeyrón (brother)
Natasha Dupeyrón (niece)

Elizabeth Dupeyrón (born January 14, 1951 in Teapa, Tabasco, Mexico) is a Mexican actress.

Dupeyrón is a sister of actor Humberto Dupeyrón and aunt of actress Natasha Dupeyrón. Began her career as an actress while still a child in the movie El jinete solitario in 1958.

Filmography

Year Title Role Notes
1958 El jinete solitario
1959 Gutierritos
Nacida para amar
Yo pecador
1960 Macario Macario's daughter
1961 Locura de terror
1962 La edad de la inocencia Child
Mujercitas Special appearance
1963 El terrible gigante de las nieves Lita Méndez
Tesoro de mentiras Martita González
María Pistolas
Torero por un día Lolita
1965 Alma de mi alma
1966 María Isabel Special appearance
El rata
1967 The Bandits
1968 Los adolescentes
Hasta el viento tiene miedo Josefina
Operación carambola
Tres vidas distintas
1969 The Wild Bunch Rocío
La maestra inolvidable Golondrina (teen)
1971 The Bridge in the Jungle Joaquina
1972 El carruaje Manuela Juárez Supporting role
1973 ¿Quién?
Pat Garrett y Billy the Kid
1974 De sangre chicana
Mundo de juguete Silvia Recurring role
1975 El federal de caminos
1977/78 Yo no pedí vivir Irene Protagonist
1978 Acompáñame Rita Supporting role
1978/79 Rosalía
1979 Erótica
Tierra sangrienta
1980 Colorina Marcia Valdés de Pedres Supporting role
1982 Déjame vivir Gilda Echarri Main Antagonist
1984/85 Te amo Irene Supporting role
1985 Esperándote María José Special appearance
1986 Cicatrices del alma Roxana Recurring role
1987 El rincón de los prodigios Recurring role
Muerte del federal de caminos
1988 Dos vidas Sonia Palas Co-protagonist
1990/91 Cenizas y diamantes Nun Fátima Supporting role
1992 Inventando un crimen
1993/94 Dos mujeres, un camino Amalia Núñez de Toruño Main Antagonist
1996 Cañaveral de pasiones Socorro Carrasco Main Antagonist
1998 Gotita de amor Florencia Supporting role
1999 Alma rebelde Pamela Supporting role
2002 Mujer, casos de la vida real 2 episodes
2002/03 ¡Vivan los niños! Fabiola del Moral Recurring role
2003/04 Bajo la misma piel Ángela Quintero Supporting role
2008 Amor letra por letra Carmelita
2008/09 Cuidado con el ángel Luisa San Román de Maldonado Recurring role[1]
2009/10 Mar de amor Mística Recurring role
2011 La que no podía amar Elsa Villaseñor de Galván Recurring role[2]
2013/14 Por siempre mi amor Lidia Oropeza de Alanis Special appearance
2014 La gata Carolina Special appearance
La rosa de Guadalupe Doña Catalina de Monasterio 1 episode: "Amor, Como Un Sueño"

References

  1. ^ Martínez, Sonia. "Caídos del cielo" (in Spanish). Exonline. Archived from the original on 10 November 2008. Retrieved 15 July 2008.
  2. ^ "Vuelve Castro a la TV con 'La que no podía amar'". Archived from the original on 2014-11-02. Retrieved 2018-01-15.

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