Ana Lucía Domínguez Tobón (born December 2, 1983) is a Colombian actress and model.

Ana Lucía Domíngez
Ana Lucía Domínguez in 2014
Ana Lucía Domíngez Tobón

(1983-12-02) December 2, 1983 (age 40)
Years active1993–present
Height1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)
David Alberto García
(m. 2001; div. 2003)
Jorge Cárdenas
(m. 2008)



Ana Lucía Domínguez Tobón was born on December 2, 1983, in Bogotá, Colombia. In her home country, she studied acting, speech, and body language.



As a child, she dreamed of being a part of the acting world. She saw Margarita Rosa de Francisco playing the part of Gaviota in "Cafe con aroma de mujer" (Coffee with the smell of a woman) and she wanted to be like her,[1] a multitalented artist who, in addition to acting, also sings and performed as an announcer on television. She began recording commercials for television at nine years of age. Her first television appearance was on the soap opera "Padres e hijos" (Fathers and sons). Much later, she performed in "De pies a cabeza" (From feet to head) and "Conjunto Cerrado" (Closed Set). "Hermosa Niña" (Beautiful Girl) was the first series in which she played the leading role. It was at this stage of her life that she decided to focus on acting.

Later, she achieved success as the presenter in "Los angeles de la Mega" (The Angels of the Mega). Her international debut in telenovelas (soap operas) was in "Gata Salvaje" (Wild cat), but it was after her part in the telenovela "Pasion de Gavilanes" (Passion of the Sparrowhawks) that she became internationally established. Her fame grew throughout all of Latin America and Spain, even appearing in the nude on the cover of the well known magazine "Interviu" (Interview), and the Colombian magazine SoHo on two occasions.

In 2009, she was hired by Telemundo to star in the soap opera Perro Amor (Puppy Love), along with Puerto Rican actor Carlos Ponce and Colombian actress Maritza Rodríguez, for which she moved to Miami; in this same production she was given the opportunity to sing a pair of songs. In the same year, she participated in the Colombian series "El Fantasma del Gran Hotel" [The Ghost of the Great Hotel]. She played the role of Martina in the soap opera "La Traicionera" (The Treacherous One) on the RCN channel, together with her husband Jorge Cardenas.

Personal life


In 2001 she got married at the age of 18 to the comedian David Alberto García, who was 14 years older than her, after five years of courtship. The couple divorced two years later.

In 2008, the actress announced her wedding with the Colombian singer and actor, Jorge Cárdenas.




Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
1993 De pies a cabeza Yadira Chacón
1996 Conjunto cerrado Manuela
1998 Hermosa niña Antonia Donoso
1999 El fiscal Fancisca "Frica" Lombana
2000 Amor Discos Miryam Isabel Dominguín
2000 Se armó la gorda Jackeline Monsalve
2001 El informante en el país de las mercancías Cecilia de Castro
2002–2003 Gata Salvaje Adriana Linares
2003–2004 Pasión de Gavilanes Libia Reyes Guerrero \ Ruth Uribe Santos / Ruth Guerrero Rodríguez
2004 Te voy a enseñar a querer Camila Buenrostro
2005 Decisiones Alicia Episode: "La profesora de química"
2006 El engaño Marcela García / Camila Navarro
2006 Amores cruzados María Márquez García
2007 Madre Luna Anabel Saldaña
2007–2008 Mujeres asesinas Unknown role 2 episodes
2009 El fantasma del Gran Hotel Irene Buenaventura
2010 Perro amor Sofía Santana
2011–2012 La Traicionera Martina Figueroa 267 episodes
2013 Las Bandidas Fabiola Montoya
2014 Misterio's Mayra Episode: "Llamas de sueño"
2015–2019 Señora Acero Marta Mónica Villalobos “La Tuti” Recurring role (season 2); main role (seasons 3–5); 134 episodes
2018 Nicky Jam: El Ganador Rosa
2021 Who Killed Sara? Sofía Recurring role [2]
2022–present Pálpito Camila Duarte 14 episodes

Awards and nominations


Premios India Catalina

Year Category Nominated Work Results
2000 Best Actress in a Telenovela/Series El fiscal Nominated

Premios TV y Novelas

Year Category Nominated Work Results
2000 Best Actress in a Telenovela/Series El fiscal Nominated
Year Category Nominated Work Results
2003 Best Foreign Actress Pasión de Gavilanes Won


  1. ^ "Contenido". ELESPECTADOR.COM. Archived from the original on March 12, 2020. Retrieved May 31, 2020.
  2. ^ "Quién mató a Sara 2 en Netflix: fecha de estreno y nuevos personajes de la segunda temporada". Marca Claro (in Spanish). Marca. March 30, 2021. Archived from the original on April 12, 2021. Retrieved June 2, 2021.