Dominika Paleta: a Polish-Mexican actress

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Dominika Paleta Paciorek de Ibarra (born October 23, 1972, in Kraków, Poland) is a Polish-Mexican actress.

She is the daughter of musician Zbigniew Paleta and Barbara Paciorek Paleta, and the sister of actress Ludwika Paleta.

She began her career through the early influence of her father, the famous Polish violinist Zbigniew Paleta, which immigrated to México with his family in the 1980s, and her mother Barbara Paciorek Paleta teaches art. Today, she is married since 2000 with actor Uruguayan Fabián Ibarra, has two daughters, Maria and Aitana.

Dominika Paleta studied art history at the Universidad Iberoamericana de México, in an interview she confessed that one of her favorite hobbies is traveling. Her favorite places are New York and Paris, and her homeland Poland. She also said she looks forward to getting to know every corner of México. She says that the fact that she is trilingual has helped her a lot on her trips. Dominika is fluent in English and Spanish, in addition to her native Polish.

Mexican actress of Polish origin has developed a successful television career thanks to her great talent. Their participation in the novel La usurpadora was proporcionol it more visible. Other productions in which the actress has served include the series Trece miedos, the drama Por un beso, El Alma Herida, La noche de siempre, La Intrusa, Los Plateados and Mañana es para siempre.

Dominika Paleta has played the villains of the series La Usurpadora, La Intrusa and Triunfo del Amor.