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Ximena Cordoba


Television celebrity known on her behalf function as Alba Lucia Suarez within a short-lived Colombian series called Francisco un Matematico. Also a industrial celebrity and model, she participated in promotional initiatives for the UniMas and Fox Deportes tv systems. Early in her tv profession, she was the champion of the Colombian truth series known as Protagonistas de Novela. She hosted the Univision music plan Tu Desayuno Alegre. She was raised in the town of Medellin, Colombia. She afterwards gave delivery to a kid called Samuel. She and Johnny Lozada became co-hosts from the Univision morning hours Television show ¡Despierta América!

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Full Name Ximena Córdoba
Date Of Birth November 4, 1979
Place Of Birth Medellin, Colombia
Profession TV Actress
Nationality Colombian
Spouse Carlos Rojas
Children Samuel Córdoba Londoño
Parents Gloria María Londoño
Nominations Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Morning Program in Spanish
TV Shows ¡Despierta América!, En tierras salvajes
Star Sign Scorpio

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Tony Tango2015Rebecca
Mr. Insatiable2014ShortStacey
Magic City2012TV SeriesVenezuelan Contestant
Tomalo Suave2007TV MovieVictoria (as Ximena Cordoba)
Las Dos Caras de Ana2006TV SeriesElena
Francisco el matemático1999TV SeriesAlba Lucia Suarez (2003-2004)



¡Despierta América!2016TV SeriesHerself - Host
Hable con ellas en Telecinco2014TV SeriesHerself - Guest
Premios Fox Sports 4ta Edición2006TV MovieHerself (as Ximena Cordoba)
Protagonistas de novela - Colombia2002TV Series documentaryHerself

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