Alejandra Lazcano

Alejandra Lazcano (born December 31, 1984) is a Mexican actress, best known for her roles in telenovelas Acorralada and Pobre Diabla.

Alejandra Lazcano
Born
Alejandra Lazcano

(1984-12-31) December 31, 1984 (age 37)
OccupationActress
Years active1996-present
Height171 cm (5 ft 7 in)
Websitehttp://www.alejandralazcano.com/

BiographyEdit

Early lifeEdit

Alejandra started acting in soap operas at a young age.

Her very first role was in the soap opera Señora in 1998, a year later in Catalina y Sebastián, La duda in 2000, and Como En El Cine in 2001.

In 2003 Alejandra had a bigger role in soap opera La hija del jardinero where she played an antagonist for the first time.

CareerEdit

Alejandra's first leading role came to her in 2004, in the soap opera Tormenta de pasiones, where her leading man was Alejandro de la Madrid. In 2007 fame came to her through the international recognition of Acorralada, a production of Venevisión Internacional and Univisión where she shared credits with David Zepeda, Sonya Smith, Mariana Torres among others. She played sweet Diana, a young woman with a great heart.

In 2009 Alejandra Lazcano was the protagonist in Valeria again with Venevisión and this time with Jorge Reyes as her leading man.

She returned to Mexico to be the protagonist of the telenovela Pobre Diabla which premiered on July 20, 2009, on TV Azteca. In 2011 she played in Cielo rojo produced by TV Azteca, in a leading role.

TelenovelasEdit

Year Telenovelas Role
2015 Caminos de Guanajuato Maria Clara
2012 A Corazón Abierto Alondra
2011 Cielo Rojo Daniela Rentería
2009 Pobre Diabla Daniela Montenegro
2008 Valeria (telenovela) Valeria Hidalgo
2007 Acorralada Diana Soriano
2005 Corazón partido Claudia Loret
2004 Tormenta de pasiones Isabel del Castillo
2003 La Hija del Jardinero Vanessa Sotomayor
2002 La duda Graciela
2001 Como En El Cine Sofia Borja
1999 Catalina y Sebastian Martina Mendoza
1998 Señora Fabiola Blanca

TheatreEdit

Year Theatre Role
2000 La Sirenita Airle
1999 Las Leandras Fermina
El Club De Los Cinco

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