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Who is Ana Lucía Domínguez from Who Killed Sara? Meet the actress who plays Sofia

Max Seeley March 25, 2021
Ana Lucía Domínguez Who Killed Sara

Who is Ana Lucía Domínguez from Who Killed Sara? Fans are curious about the actress who plays Sofia in Netflix’s new hit series.

Who killed Sara is a new Mexican Crime Drama that is currently streaming on Netflix.

The first season was released on March 24th and the story follows Alejandro Guzmán, who returns to his family after 18 years in prison to prove that he was framed for his sister’s murder.

The series currently has a rating of 6.2 on IMDB and fans want to know more about Ana Lucía Domínguez, who plays Sofia on the show.

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Who is Ana Lucía Domínguez from Who Killed Sara?

Ana Lucía Domínguez was born on December 2, 1983 in Columbia, making her 37 years of age at the time of writing. She is best known for her roles Spanish soap operas including Pasion De Gavilanes, Las Bandidas, and Perro Amor.

Growing up in Bogota, Colombia, Domínguez married comedian David Alberto Garcia in 2001 when she was 18.

The couple announced their separation two years later and in 2018, Ana Lucía Domínguez married her second husband, singer and actor Jorge Cardenas.

Domínguez was reportedly inspired to become an actress by Margarita Rosa De Francisco’s role in the Colombian telenovela Cafe Con Aroma De Mujer (Coffee With The Smell Of A Woman).

Now playing Sofia on Who Killed Sara, Ana Lucía Domínguez first tasted public success with her role as a presenter on Los Angeles De La Mega (The Angels Of The Mega) which opened the door to multiple soap opera roles.

As well as featuring in Who Killed Sara, Domínguez will also star in upcoming film El Niño Dios, a nativity film that follows Mary and Joseph on the way to Bethlehem.

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Max is currently studying Multimedia Journalism at Bournemouth University. Having played guitar for around ten years with different bands, he's always got a keen eyes on what’s happening in the music scene. Likewise, literature has also always played a large role in Max's life since reading On The Road as a teenager.