Daniela Castro

Daniela Castro

Popular Mexican actress and singer.
Date of Birth: 17.08.1969
Country: Mexico

  1. Biography of Daniela Castro
  2. Marriage and Family

Biography of Daniela Castro

Daniela Castro is a popular Mexican actress and singer. She was born on August 17, 1969, into the family of singer Javier Castro. From a young age, Daniela dreamed of becoming a singer after seeing her father perform on stage as a member of the Castro brothers' family group (Arturo, Gualberto, Benito, and Javier). This group was the first Latin American group to gain recognition in the United States. Daniela inherited her singing talent from her relatives.

Daniela Castro studied at the Televisa Center for Artistic Education. She was invited to play supporting roles in theater productions and later landed supporting roles in television series. Russian viewers may know Daniela, as she is affectionately called by her family, for her role as Monica Mendez Davila in the series "My Second Mother," where her co-stars were Maria Sorte, Enrique Novi, and Fernando Changerotti.

Daniela's real success came after her role as Julia Santos in the series "Passion's Prisoner." Her co-stars in the series were Juan Soler and Francisco Gattorno.

After achieving success in telenovelas, Daniela decided to fulfill her dream of becoming a singer. She performed a song for the film "Separated" during the shooting of the series, and soon after, she recorded an album. Daniela took her first steps as a singer on the television program "Cristina" on December 7, 1998, when she performed her first song live. Her new dream is to sing a duet with her father and dedicate a song to her mother.

Marriage and Family

Since June 19, 1999, Daniela Castro has been married to Gustavo Diaz Ordaz, the grandson of a former president of Mexico. The couple has two daughters.