Who is Daniela Navarro married to? Her Age, Height, Net Worth

Who is Daniela Navarro?

Daniela Navarro Santodomingo was born on 27 February 1984 under the zodiac sign of Pisces, in Caracas, Venezuela. She’s a 39-year-old Venezuelan telenovela actress and reality star, probably best recognized for landing the role of Clara Salvatierra in “Corazón Valiente” (2012-2013), playing Bárbara González in “Marido En Alquiler” (2013-2014), and featuring as Patricia Rubio in “Tierra De Reyes” (2014-2015).

How rich is she? Daniela Navarro’s Net Worth

As of the latter part of 2023, Daniela Navarro’s net worth is estimated at over $700,000, acquired through her successful involvement in the world of entertainment as a professional actress. She has garnered 18 television and film acting credits since she embarked on her professional journey in 1998.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background

Daniela spent her formative years in her hometown of Caracas, where she was raised by her mother, Carlota Santodomingo, and her grandmother, Columbita. Her father’s name and profession remain undisclosed to the public. Regarding her siblings, some rumors associated her with Augusto Navarro, who works for Telemundo, however, these speculations were denied by her mother Carlota, who revealed that Daniela has a brother who resides with his family in Bogota, and has a different profession.

Daniela holds Venezuelan nationality and belongs to the Hispanic ethnic group. Additionally, she identifies herself as a Christian. Regarding her educational history, there is no publicly available information.

Career Beginnings

Daniela Navarro launched her professional acting career when she was only 13 years old, with a small debut role in the 1997 Venezuelan teenage drama telenovela “A Todo Corazón”, which follows the lives and adventures of high school students. Her appearance as Gabriela in another teenage drama series “Así Es La Vida” with Alberto Giarroco followed this. At the time, completing her education was a challenge, so she took a break from acting until she matriculated from high school.

She returned to the screens in 2002 with the portrayal of María Virtudes ‘Mariví’ in the telenovela “Lejana Como El Viento”, produced by Laura Visconti and aired on Venevisión. Daniela caught the attention of agents with that role, so other telenovela roles soon followed, such as Yadira Paz in “Estrambótica Anastasia” starring next to Norkys Batista y Juan Pablo Raba, and as Jéssica in “Negra Consentida”, both of which were produced by Radio Caracas Televisión (RCTV) and broadcast in 2004.

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Rise to Fame

Navarro’s big break came in 2006, when she joined the cast of the RCTV telenovela “Por Todo Lo Alto” (2006), alongside Marianela González, Winston Vallenilla, and Jean Carlo Simancas; the series follows the love story of three stewards. For her performance of Chacha Martínez in the series, she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress at the 2007 Premios Dos de Oro.

Her first major role came later that year when she featured as Bianca Rondón in the highly popular teen drama telenovela “Pura Pinta”, which was created by Daniel Ferrer Cubillán. She then made her debut film appearance as María Bendita in Otto Rodríguez’s made-for-TV romantic drama “Pensión Amalia” in 2008. Daniela continued working on telenovelas during the decade, playing Fabiana Paredes Bustamante in “Tomasa Tequiero” (2009), and starring as Patricia in “Si Me Miran Tus Ojos” (2010).

Continued Success

Daniela’s next major success came in 2012 when she landed the roles of Mariela ‘Marielita’ Campos Miranda in Alberto Gómez’s telenovela “Corazón Apasionado”, and as Olivia Kloster in the Telemundo telenovela “Relaciones Peligrosas”. The latter is the American adaptation of the hit Spanish drama TV series “Física O Química”, and follows relationships between students, their parents, and teachers at a bilingual school. Her appearance in the show brought her nominations for Best Supporting Actress at the 2012 Premios Tu Mundo, and Best Telenovela Villain at the 2013 Miami Life Awards.

She then gained enormous popularity when she joined the cast of the Telemundo telenovela “Corazón Valiente”, in which she starred as Clara Salvatierra in 85 episodes, from 2012 to 2013, sharing the screen with such actors as Adriana Fonseca, José Luis Reséndez and Ximena Duque.

In 2014, she won the Best Supporting Actress award at the Premios Tu Mundo for playing Bárbara González in “Marido En Alquiler” (2013-2014), which was created by Perla Farías, a Venezuelan-American executive at Telemundo. She then got a chance to work with Rossana Negrín on another Telemundo telenovela, entitled “Tierra De Reyes” (2014-2015), in which she appeared as singer and dancer Patricia Rubio in more than 130 episodes. For her role, she won her second Premio Tu Mundo for Best Supporting Actress.

Recent Projects

In 2017, Daniela Navarro made a guest appearance as Carmen in one episode of the American Spanish-language anthology TV mini-series “Milagros De Navidad”, which was aired on Telemundo. The series shows the different conflicts between Latin immigrants in the US during the Christmas season.

Her next big project came in the following year, when she was chosen to play Antonia Cadenas in 54 episodes of the Telemundo telenovela “Mi Familia Perfecta”, appearing next to Jorge Luis Moreno and Sabrina Seara. In 2020, she landed the roles of Rosy in the American anthology drama TV series “Decisiones: Unos Ganan, Otros Pierden” and Hilda Santander in the Telemundo comedy-drama series “100 Días Para Enamorarnos”, created by Ricardo Álvarez Canales.

Most recently, she appeared as a contestant in the second season of the American Spanish-language adaptation of the hit reality competition “Celebrity Big Brother”, entitled “La Casa De Los Famosos”. The season was aired on Telemundo in 2021.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

Daniela Navarro has long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 9ins (1.74m), her weight is around 123lbs (56kgs), with vital statistics of 33-24-35, bra size 34D. Her dress size is unknown, but her shoe size is 6.5 (US).

Personal Life

When it comes to her personal life, Daniela Navarro had a very difficult childhood, as she publicly revealed that she was sexually abused by her maternal grandfather when she was just a little girl. She also stated that it was the worst period of her life, but fortunately Daniella managed to overcome that trauma.

On 24 September 2011, she married Venezuelan actor Carlos Arreaza after four years of dating. They tied the knot in a private ceremony held in Miami, Florida, but their marriage didn’t last long since they divorced three years later. She then briefly dated Mexican actor and model Gonzalo García Vivanco.

In April 2016, she announced on her Instagram account that she’d fallen in love with Ugueth Urbina, a Venezuelan former professional pitcher in Major League Baseball and two-time All-Star. They welcomed their daughter, named Uguiella Urbina Navarro, in 2017. Allegedly, they were in a relationship until 2020.

Recently, she dated actor Nacho Casano, whom she met in the Telemundo reality show “La Casa De Los Famosos” in 2022.

She is currently single, and lives in Miami with her mother Carlota and daughter Uguiella.

Martha Clifford

As an Author at Affair Post, I lead a team in uncovering the stories of the world’s most influential personalities. My role involves diving deep into the lives of our subjects, combining accurate data with engaging narratives through every phase of the editorial process, from initial research to final publication. Our objective is to deliver comprehensive analyses of the net worth and accomplishments of pioneers in various sectors, including technology, culture, and social entrepreneurship. By integrating rigorous research with eloquent storytelling, we aim to connect our readers with exceptional individuals who are shaping our future, offering insights into their paths to success, challenges, and societal contributions.

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