Beatriz Salomón

Beatriz Salomón



Beatriz Salomón is a Mexican actress and television presenter. She is best known for her roles in the popular telenovelas "María Mercedes" and "Por Ella Soy Eva".

Born on April 17, 1962 in Mexico City, Salomón began her career at a young age as a model. In 1980, she made her debut as an actress in the musical "Tres de Copas". Two years later, she appeared in the telenovela "María Mercedes" and quickly became a household name in Mexico.

In 1992, Salomón starred in the telenovela "Por Ella Soy Eva", which was a huge hit in Latin America. She also appeared in films such as "El Amor Mas Grande", "La Otra Familia" and "La Leyenda de la Nahuala".

In addition to her acting career, Salomón is also a successful television presenter. She has hosted several shows, including "Mundo de Juguete" and "Vamos con todo", and is the current host of the popular reality show "Big Brother".

Salomón is also an activist and philanthropist. She has been involved with several charities over the years, including the Mexican Red Cross, and is an advocate for the rights of women and children.

Throughout her career, Salomón has won numerous awards and accolades, including two TVyNovelas awards. In 2018, she was presented with the Latin American Actors Union "Lifetime Achievement Award".

In her personal life, Salomón is married to her longtime partner, the actor and producer Alejandro Camacho. The couple has two children, Natalia and Alejandro Jr.

Salomón is one of the most beloved and respected actresses in Mexico. Her career has spanned nearly four decades and she continues to inspire audiences with her captivating performances.

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