What is julieta grajales?

Julieta Grajales (born April 24, 1986) is a Mexican actress, She is known for her roles in the telenovelas and series as La Taxista, El Chema, El Señor de los Cielos and La Impostora.1

Her first appearance was in the TV Azteca's telenovela Vidas robadas in 2010, appeared in 2012 Telemundo's telenovela La Impostora as Catalina Echeverría Estrada de Altamira, she had a friendship and then a relationship with the American singer Laura Pergolizzi (known as: LP) which began in 2019 and participated in the music video How Low Can You Go in 2021,23 the short-lived relationship ended in May 2022.4



Feliz Año NuevoBrendaShort film (with Gabriel Nuncio)

Television roles

2010Vidas robadasNoraRecurring role: 3 episodes
2012Rosa DiamanteMaria Corina Villalta1 episode
2013Niñas malBibi1 episodes
2014La impostoraCatalina Echeverría Estrada de AltamiraRecurring role; 102 episodes
2016Un día cualquieraMaricruz1 episode
2017Maldita TentaciónVioleta1 episode (2017)
2016–2017El ChemaRegina CampoRecurring role; 75 episodes
2017El Señor de los CielosRegina CampoEl Señor de los Cielos fifth season; 1 episodes
2018–2019La TaxistaSusana "Susy" PizarroRecurring role; 17 episodes
2019La bandidaMarina Aedo / Young Graciela Olmos5Recurring role; 31 episodes
2022Lotería del crimenVictoria Vargas6Protagonist

Music videos

<table> <thead> <tr class="header"> <th><p>Year</p></th> <th><p>Title</p></th> <th><p>Artist(s)</p></th> <th><p>Role</p></th> <th></th> </tr> </thead> <tbody> <tr class="odd"> <td><p>2021</p></td> <td><p>"How Low Can You Go"</p></td> <td><p><a href="LP_(singer)" title="wikilink">LP</a></p></td> <td><p>Herself (along LP)</p></td> <td><p><a href="#fn1" class="footnote-ref" id="fnref1" role="doc-noteref"><sup>1</sup></a></p></td> </tr> <tr class="even"> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> <td></td> </tr> </tbody> </table> <section class="footnotes footnotes-end-of-document" role="doc-endnotes"> <hr /> <ol> <li id="fn1" role="doc-endnote"><a href="#fnref1" class="footnote-back" role="doc-backlink">↩︎</a></li> </ol> </section>


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