Sandra Echeverría: a Mexican actress and singer

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Sandra Echeverría Gamboa (commonly referred to as Sandra Echeverría) is a Mexican actress and singer. She was born on December 11, 1984 in Mexico.

Sandra Echeverria was born in Mexico. Sandra Echeverría is best known for her starring role in the Telemundo series Marina.

When Sandra was 14 years old, she became a member of the group "Perfiles" which later changed its name to "Crush". With this group, Sandra was able to record 2 albums and perform in more than 200 concerts. Among Crush's songs are: "Puede ser", "Eres tú", "Si tú te vas".

In 2002, she starred in TV Azteca's Súbete A Mi Moto where she worked with Bárbara Mori, Michel Brown, among others.

In 2004, she led the second season of TV Azteca's "Soñarás".

In 2006, she starred in the Telemundo production, Marina, opposite Mauricio Ochmann. Her co-protagonist, however, was eventually replaced by Manolo Cardona.

In 2008, she played the girlfriend of High School Musical Star Corbin Bleu in Free Style (film).

She is also to take part in "El Diez" with Alfonso Herrera. The movie, whose story revolves around football, is set to premiere next year, to coincide with the World Cup in South Africa.

She is reunited with Mauricio Ochmann in El Clon, a joint venture of Rede Globo and Telemundo.

In 2010, she leads the first science fiction movie in Mexico, 2033.

In 2011, she starred in Televisa's La fuerza del destino although she is still under Telemund