5 April 1988 (age 33)
Daniela Luján (born Daniela Barrios Rodriguez April 5, 1988) is a Mexican pop singer and actress.
Born on April 5, 1988 to Miguel Barrios Luján and Amalia Rodríguez Gómez, she is the youngest of three daughters.
She started her artistic career at the age of five when she played on the show Plaza Sésamo (the Mexican version of Sesame Street). She shot to fame in 1997 with the telenovela Luz Clarita, where Daniela played the main character, seven-year-old Luz Clarita. Daniela went on to star in other telenovelas like El diario de Daniela and Cómplices Al Rescate in which she replaced Belinda after she dropped out of the show. She also contributed to the soundtracks for the telenovelas. She has released two solo albums, one in 1999 titled Por Un Mundo Mejor (For a better world) and the other in 2001 titled Corazón.com (Heart.com).
In 2004 she signed a contract with Menudo creator Edgardo Díaz, who is now in charge of her singing career.
In July 2009, Lalola's Mexican remake with Pedro Fernández. She is currently working on her debut album, which will be released sometime this year.
She has been chosen as one of the killers in the popular series Mujeres Asesinas which will premier later this year.
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