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Dominika Paleta

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Nationality  Polish Mexican
Role  Actress
Occupation  Actress
Spouse  Fabian Ibarra (m. 2000)

Years active  1992-present
Siblings  Ludwika Paleta
Name  Dominika Paleta
Movies  La otra familia
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Full Name  Dominika Paleta Paciorek
Born  October 23, 1972 (age 48) (1972-10-23) Krakow, Poland
Residence  Mexico City, D.F., Mexico
Other names  Dominika Paleta de Ibarra
Alma mater  Universidad Iberoamericana
Parents  Zbigniew Paleta, Barbara Paciorek Paleta
TV shows  Triunfo del amor, La usurpadora, El Juramento, Manana es para siempre, La intrusa
Similar People  Ludwika Paleta, Emiliano Salinas, Zbigniew Paleta, Gabriela Spanic, Plutarco Haza
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Dominika Paleta (born Dominika Paleta Paciorek October 23, 1972 in Kraków, Poland) is a Polish-born Mexican actress.

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Life and career

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Paleta began her career through the early influence of her father, Polish violinist Zbigniew Paleta, who emigrated to Mexico with his family in the 1980s, and her mother Barbara Paciorek Kowalowka (1947-2011), an art teacher. Her younger sister is fellow telenovela actress Ludwika Paleta. Paleta studied art history at the Universidad Iberoamericana. She is fluent in English, Spanish, and Polish.

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She has been married since 2000 to Uruguayan actor Fabián Ibarra, with whom she has two daughters, Maria and Aitana.

Paleta's career has included roles in several telenovelas, most notably La usurpadora (1998). Other productions in which the actress has participated include Por un beso (2000), La Intrusa (2001), El alma herida (2003), La noche de siempre (2005), Los Plateados (2005), Trece miedos (2007), Mañana es para siempre (2008), Triunfo del Amor (2010) and Por siempre mi amor (2013).



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