Susana Zabaleta

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Susana Zabaleta
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Background information
Birth name Susana Zabaleta Ramos
Born (1964-09-30) September 30, 1964 (age 50)
Monclova, Coahuila, Mexico
Origin Monclova, Coahuila,
Genres Pop, Opera
Occupation(s) Singer, actress
Years active 1986–present
Labels EMI
Website Official website

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

Early life[edit]

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".


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 1998, 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.



Stage credits[edit]



  • ¿O...fue un sueño? (1995)
  • Desde el baño (1997)
  • El pasado nos vuelve a pasar (2002)
  • Navidad (2002)
  • Quiero sentir bonito (2004)
  • Para darle cuerda al mundo (2005)
  • De la A a la Z (2006)
  • Te busqué (2008)
  • Amarrados (2010)


  1. ^ "Susana Zabaleta Biography". Artist Direct. Retrieved January 14, 2010. 

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