Natural born comedian and daughter of Mexican actors Jorge Luke and Isela Vega, she attended The Lee Strasberg Theater Institute of Los Angeles where she learned method acting, the very tool that has helped her comedy get to the level of a master. For real, she is hilarious.
She has worked extensively in theater, television and film in México, Los Angeles and New York.
Her recent work includes the worldwide hit Netflix Series "100 Días Para Enamorarnos", the film "How to be a Latin Lover" and the hit Facebook-Watch Show "Confetti México" where she was the voice of Perique and Senior writer.
You may also see her in the family film "Canela" on Netflix sharing the screen with veteran actress Ana Martin as well as an amazing supporting cast.
She guest starred in the play "The Good Canary" Directed by John Malkovich, sharing the stage with Diego Luna, Irene Azuela and Daniel Jimenez Cacho as Sylvia. She co-starred with Eugenio Derbez in the Mexican version of the Broadway musical hit "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" where she played Heiress Jolene Oakley.
She starred with Kate del Castillo and Eduardo Palomo on the television series "Ramona" as the evil Manuela. She Co-hosted the hit television show "WAX" and had her own television show on a local Latino network in Los Angeles called "Emparejate".
Early in her career she worked as a professional dancer with an array of international pop stars including Prince, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kid Rock, Juvenile, Michael Jackson, Shaggy, Janet Jackson and Queen Latifah.
She's worked with world-renowned choreographers Frank Gatson, Jamie King, Alex Magno, Keith Young, Cindera Che, Wes Veldink, Andre Fuentes, Eddie Garcia, Johnnie Smith, Liz Imperio, Billy Goodson and Robin Antin.
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