Lorena Rojas: a Mexican actress and singer

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Lorena Rojas (born Seydi Lorena Rojas Gonzalez on 10 February 1971) is a Mexican actress and singer, a song writer and best known for her leading roles in popular Telenovelas.

She was born in México D.F, México and began her artistic career in 1990 when she participated in the soap opera Alcanzar Una Estrella produced by Televisa. This telenovela was so successful that she went on to record a sequel Alcanzar Una Estrella II the following year. Between 1992 and 1997 she starred in several Televisa productions including Buscando El Paraiso, Bajo Un Mismo Rostro and El Alma No Tiene Color until she signed to TV Azteca in 1998. She is sister of Mayra Rojas.

This same year she starred in the period drama Azul Tequila, sharing credits with Mauricio Ochmann with whom she would later star in 2001's Como En El Cine. 2001 also saw the release of Rojas's debut album as a singer Como Yo No Hay Ninguna, recording songs by legendary songwriter/producer Richard Daniel Roman. In 2003 Rojas signed to Telemundo, later taping in that same year the telenovelaLadrón De Corazones besides Manolo Cardona. In 2005, she starred in her most acclaimed telenovela El cuerpo del deseo, besides Andrés García, Mario Cimarro, Erick Elias, & Sonia Noemí, among others, which proved to be an international success, broadcast by Telemundo NBC. In 2006 she released her second album Deseo.