Crisol Celeste Carabalo Carico
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Crisol Carabal (born Crisol Celeste Carabalo Carico on 11 January 1972) is a Venezuelan television and theater actress known for her roles in telenovelas.
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- Personal life
- Crisol carabal biografia
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Crisol began her artistic career through reciting poems on a television show called Cuánto Vale el Show transmitted by RCTV, and started her acting career by obtaining small roles in RCTV telenovelas. She was trained in acting by actress Amalia Pérez Díaz and through this, she obtained her first acting role in the telenovela Abigail where she played the role of Charito, the best friend of the titular character played by Catherine Fulop. The telenovela became a major hit that year and was transmitted in various countries around the world.
In 1995, she obtained her first starring role in the telenovela Ilusiones alongside Vicente Tepedino.
In 2006, she played the villain in Venevisión's telenovela Los Querendones where she played the cold hearted OB/GYN Dr. Gloria Millares. She recorded several telenovelas with Venevisión in the following years namely Aunque mal paguen and La vida entera. She then relocated to Canary Islands, Spain with her husband, magician Mago Sandro.
In 2012, Crisol returned to Venezuela to participate in the telenovela Mi ex me tiene ganas to play the villain Amanda Atenas.
Her father is poet Alejandro Caraballo. She is married to magician Mago Sandro.
In 1997, Crisol was diagnosed with a brain tumor and underwent surgery which was successful.