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Biography

Alejandra Barros was born on the 11th of August, 1971 in Mexico City. She studied theater in New York at The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute, film and television at the Actor's Studio Film & TV School, and tap and jazz at the Broadway Dance Center. In Mexico City she enrolled in El Set to perfect her acting. Her debut came in Huracán, a 1997 soap opera produced by Alejandro Camacho and Rebecca Jones. After this project, she moved on to perform in Locura de amor, Por un beso, María Belén, Navidad sin fin, and Clase 406.

In 2002 she participated in Alejandro Bichir’s play Malcolm y su lucha contra los eunucos, presented at the theater festival in Malaga, Spain, and in the short film Te identificas by director Rafael Montero. In 2003 she joined the cast of Mariana of the night, in which she played the main female character of the story. In 2006, the actress starred in the soap opera La verdad oculta alongside Eduardo Yanez, Gabriel Soto and Galilea Montijo.

A year later she was invited to join the cast of Yo amo a Juan Querendón. In 2008 she worked in the soap opera Alma de Hierro. In 2010 she achieved a protagonist role in the soap opera Para volver a amar, where she plays an HIV+ woman beaten and abused by her husband. That very year she starred alongside Martina Garcia and Eugenio Derbez in the film No eres tú, soy yo, a romantic comedy that broke audience records in Mexico. In 2012 she ventured into writing with the TV series Cloroformo and Los héroes del norte.

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