Susana Zabaleta Ramos (Spanish pronunciation: [suˈsana saβaˈleta]; born September 30, 1964) is a Mexican soprano singer and actress.[1][2]

Susana Zabaleta
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Zabaleta in 2017
Background information
Birth nameSusana Zabaleta Ramos
Born (1964-09-30) September 30, 1964 (age 55)
Monclova, Coahuila, Mexico
OriginMonclova, Coahuila,
Mexico
GenresPop, Opera
Occupation(s)Singer, actress
Years active1986–present
LabelsEMI
WebsiteOfficial website

Early lifeEdit

Born in Monclova, Coahuila, she moved to Mexico City in 1985. In 1986 she performed in the Sala Ollín Yoliztli and interpreted opera performances, such as La Traviata, Dido and Aeneas and Eneas. She also performed with the group "Quien es quien".

CareerEdit

In 1987 Zabaleta debuted on the stage with the musicals El violinista en el tejado and Don Quijote de la Mancha. In 1989 she participated in the musicals ¡Que plantón! and Sor-Presas. In 1991 she participated in the Mexican version of Cats along with María del Sol .

In 1995, she recorded her first album titled ¿O fué un sueño? and in 1996, recorded the Spanish version of the Disney's film Pocahontas: Los Colores en el viento .

Her acting career started in the telenovelas in 1993. In 1996 she filmed her first film Sobrenatural, a horror film directed by her husband, the film director Daniel Gruener.

In 1999, she participated in the Mexican movie Sexo, pudor y lagrimas (directed by Antonio Serrano) for which she won the Silver Ariel Award as Best Actress.

In recent years Zabaleta has collaborated with the Mexican composer Armando Manzanero with whom she has recorded two albums: de la A a la Z (2006) and Amarrados (2009).

In 2011, Zabaleta debuted as host of her own TV show, Susana Adicción, on the Unicable channel.

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Sobrenatural Dolores Berthier Film
1997 Cossi fan Tutte Film
1997 Elisa antes del fin del mundo Elisa's Mother Film
1999 Sexo, pudor y lagrimas Ana Film
1999 Crónica de un desayuno Special Appearance Film
2001 Vivir Mata Silvia Film

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1991 Milagro y Magia
1996 La sombra del otro Lic. Amaral Antagonist
1997 Pueblo chico, infierno grande Medarda Zavala Supporting Role
1998 Una luz en el camino Astrid del Valle Main Antagonist
2000 Mi destino eres tu Emma Pimentel de Rivadeneira Main Antagonist
2001 Salomé Susana Supporting Role
2003 Bajo la misma piel Ivonne Acosta Main Antagonist
2008 S.O.S.: Sexo y otros Secretos Sofía Tv Series
2008 Fuego en la sangre Ruth Uribe Acevedo Antagonist
2012 Por Ella Soy Eva Eva María León Jaramillo Vda. de Zuloaga / Yadira Rivers Supporting Role

Stage creditsEdit

Year Title Notes
1986 Barnum Theater
1986 El Violinista en el tejado Theater
1988 Magnolias de Acero Theater
1988 Mi vida es mi vida Theater
1988 Don Quijote de la Mancha Theater
1989 Sor-Presas Theater
1989 Que planton! Theater
1991 Cats Theater
1995 Pocahontas con La Malinche Theater
1998 El Teléfono Theater
2000 El hombre de la mancha Theater
2002 Los Moólogos de la vagina Theater
2014 Los Locos Addams Theater
2019 Casi Normales Theater

HostEdit

Year Title
2002 Cultura en línea
2006 Cantando por un sueño
2009 Me quiero enamorar
2011 Susana Adicción

DiscographyEdit

Year Title
1995 ¿O...fue un sueño?
1997 Desde el baño
2002 El pasado nos vuelve a pasar
2002 Navidad
2004 Quiero sentir bonito
2005 Para darle cuerda al mundo
2006 De la A a la Z
2007 Te Busqué
2010 Amarrados
2013 La Sensatez Y La Cordura
2017 Como La Sal

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ DF., NOTIMEX/ MÉXICO,. "Susana Zabaleta, talento y sensualidad" (in Spanish). Retrieved 2017-02-24.CS1 maint: extra punctuation (link)
  2. ^ "Susana Zabaleta Biography". Artist Direct. Retrieved January 14, 2010.

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