Margaret Gonzalez was a character who first appeared in the first episode of the first season. She was the wife of Freddie Gonzalez and the mother of Billie.


She has been going to college and before this, she married Freddie and had their daughter, Billie not long before the current storyline.

Throughout From Dusk Till Dawn: The SeriesEdit

Season OneEdit

In Pilot, Margaret is talking to Freddie about his job and their daughter, and he tells her that Billie is strong and capable of doing things.

She is either seen in hallucinations or flashbacks after the first episode, but is mentioned constantly by either Freddie or his enemies who know who she is.

Season TwoEdit

In In a Dark Time, she is seen in bed with Freddie.

In Attack of the 50 Ft. Sex Machine, she is being watched by Tony Mendoza until he is killed by Aiden. She is then told by Freddie to go as she isn't safe and she tells him to do what he needs to do.

In Bondage, Margaret is only seen in a picture and Scott refers to her as a "MILF" and Freddie mentions that he can see his family again if the storm that is coming is stopped.

Season ThreeEdit

In La Llorona, she is seen captured by Amaru and Itzpa with Billie.

In Matanzas, she is being held with Billie at at the church in Matanzas. She reunites with Freddie and when the ritual starts, she is used as part of it, with her eyes blood red. After the ritual is over, she snaps back to herself.

In Dark Side of the Sun, she is transported to a hospital with Freddie and Billie. When Amaru is defeated, many of the hospital staff reverts back to normal.

Physical AppearanceEdit

Margaret is of slender build and tan complexion. She has dark, brown eyes and brown hair.


Margaret is a kind woman who cares about her family and others, but she isn't afraid to defend her family if needed. She is very protective and when Aiden attacks the house, she takes Billie away and tells Freddie to take care of the culebras, showing she still cares about him and for his safety.




  • Margaret is a female first name, derived via French (Marguerite) and Latin (Margarita) from Greek Margarites. It means "pearl".
  • Gonzalez is a Spanish surname meaning "castle" or "Son of Gonzalo".

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