Perhaps renowned for competing for the Argentine reality television dance program Bailando por un Sueño, she actually is also notable on her behalf acting work in tv shows and films such as for example, respectively, Montaña Rusa, Otra Vuelta (1995) and Potestad (2002). Early in her profession, she made an appearance in the Spanish musical film Todas las Cosas del Querer 2nd Parte (1995). Also a tv sponsor, she was nominated in 2011 to get a Martin Fierro Honor for her focus on the humor program Este Sera el Display. She began performing in an effort to deal with her grief on the fatalities of her dad and sister. Pursuing her divorce from acting professional German Barcelo, she wedded acting professional and comedian Martin Campilongo. Her 1st marriage produced kids called Isabella and Santino, and her second relationship led to daughters called Emma and Francesca. She was created in the same yr as fellow South American tv character Diana Bolocco.