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Susana González

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Susana González
Susana González in an interview with Dulce Osuna on 2 June 2017-2.png
Born
Susana Alejandra González del Río

(1973-10-02) October 2, 1973 (age 47)
OccupationActress, dancer, model, singer
Years active1996–present
Spouse(s)
Marcos Montero
(m. 2011)
Children2

Susana González[1] (Spanish pronunciation: [suˈsana ɣonˈsales]; born Susana Alejandra González del Río on October 2, 1973 in Calera de Víctor Rosales, Zacatecas, Mexico) is a Mexican actress and model.

Biography

González was born October 2, 1973 in Calera de Víctor Rosales, Zacatecas, Mexico. She is the daughter of Refugio González and Elvira del Río, and has a brother, Jose, and a sister, Erika. González wanted to be an actress from a very young age. She was offered a chance to study acting in Mexico City after winning a beauty contest in her home town.

When González was 18 years old, she won a scholarship to Televisa's acting academy, the Centro de Educación Artística. She was so determined to be an actress that she decided to move from Calera to Mexico City. She was encouraged by the enormous support she received from her family.

Her roles have ranged from a ruthless woman in Amigas y rivales to a sweet and naive girl in Entre el amor y el odio. In 2004 she starred in Al otro lado, a movie co-produced by Spain, Morocco and Mexico. This was an excellent chance for her to be known worldwide. In 2005 she was offered work in Miami, Florida nearly for a year and a half to shoot the telenovela El amor no tiene precio. This was a difficult time for her due to the time she had to spend far from home.

In 2006 she took part in Bailando por la Boda de Mis Sueños, a reality dancing show. She did not win the first place but won the hearts of the people and judges because of her charisma, sweetness, tenacity, and will to succeed. In 2007 she played the main role of Camila Darien in the telenovela Pasión, produced by Carla Estrada.

In S.O.S.: Sexo y otros Secretos, she played the role of Tania. This TV show offered a perspective of a group of women with five different lives to offer insight into the private side of womanhood.

In 2011, she joined Jose Ron, Jorge Salinas and Ana Brenda Contreras in La que no podía amar. She played Cynthia Montero, a beautiful and boastful young lady who finds out she is a daughter of a maid (portrayed by Ana Martín), which makes her a bastard, and her resentment towards her mother grows.

On June 24, 2013, it was confirmed that González (along with Guy Ecker) would star as the protagonist in Por siempre mi amor.[2]

Personal life

González has two children with Luis Elias, a son Santiago and a daughter Susana.

Filmography

Film

González in an interview with Dulce Osuna on 2 June 2017
González in an interview with Dulce Osuna on 2 June 2017
Title Year Role Notes
Atómica 1998 Chica Podium Film debut
¡Que vivan los muertos! 1998 Unknown role
Silencio profundo 2003 Unknown role Short film
Al otro lado 2004 Caridad / Angel's Mother
Cicatrices 2005 Diana
Chinango 2009 Sofía

Television roles

Title Year Role Notes
Baila conmigo 1992 Unknown role
Sentimientos ajenos 1996 Norma
María Isabel 1997 Elisa
¿Qué nos pasa? 1998 Unknown role
Preciosa 1998 Felina
Gotita de amor 1998 Naida
Cuento de Navidad 1999 Mini
Amor gitano 1999 Zokka
Mujeres engañadas 1999–2000 Ivette
Rayito de luz 2000 Unknown role
Amigas y rivales 2001 Ángela Recurring role
Entre el amor y el odio 2002 Ana Cristina Robles Lead role
Velo de novia 2003 Andrea Paz Lead role
Hospital el paisa 2004 Lucía Gordillo Episode: "La ex-cita"
El amor no tiene precio 2005 Maria Liz González Lead role
Heridas de amor 2006 Liliana López-Reyna Recurring role
Pasión 2007 Camila Darién Lead role
Sexo y otros secretos 2007–2008 Tania 26 episodes
Mujeres asesinas 2009 Tere Episode: "Tere, desconfiada"
Los simuladores 2009 Beatriz Herrera Episode: "El clon"
Los exitosos Pérez 2009–2010 Alexandra "Alex" Rinaldi Recurring role
Para volver a amar 2010–2011 Doménica Mondragón Antagonist
La que no podía amar 2011–2012 Cynthia Montero Báez Main antagonist
Amores verdaderos 2012–2013 Beatriz Guzmán Trejo Recurring role
Por siempre mi amor 2013–2014 Isabel López Cerdán de De la Riva Lead role
La sombra del pasado 2014–2015 Roberta Lozada Torres Vda. de Alcocer Guest role
Pasión y poder 2015–2016 Julia Vallado de Gómez Luna Lead role
La candidata 2016–2017 Cecilia Aguilar / Cecilia Bárcenas Aguilar Main antagonist
El vuelo de la victoria 2017 Isadora Duncan Recurring role
Mi marido tiene familia 2018–2019 Susana Córcega Díaz Main cast
Imperio de mentiras 2020–2021 Renata Cantú Robles Main cast
Mi fortuna es amarte 2021 Natalia Main cast

Awards and nominations

Premios ACE (Argentina)

Year Category Telenovela Result
2004 Best Actress of Television Scenic Velo de novia Won

Premios TVyNovelas

Year Category Telenovela Result
2002 Best Female Revelation Entre el amor y el odio Won
2004 Best Lead Actress Velo de novia Nominated
2008 Pasión
2014 Best Co-lead Actress Amores Verdaderos Won
2016 La sombra del pasado
2017 La candidata

Premios People en Español

Year Category Telenovela Result
2012 Mejor actriz secundaria La que no podía amar Won

References

External links

This page was last edited on 26 August 2021, at 20:15
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