The new version of La usurpadora, which Univision broadcasts at 9 pm EST, has positioned itself since its premiere as the leading fiction of Hispanic prime time.
Among the many characters that make up this success story starring Sandra Echeverría and Andrés Palacios is the insecure and lonely Lisette, the daughter of Carlos and Paola.
Behind this endearing character is the talented Mexican actress Macarena Oz, who has stolen the heart of the public with her participation in this series.
"She is one of those girls who is almost gone now, so I like this character because I think she is a part of identifying all the girls who are not the same as the others," Macarena acknowledged months ago in an interview with a media outlet in Mexican.
Although many have made her face very familiar, few remember that the actress who plays Lisette in La usurpadora is the same girl who participated several years ago in successful Telemundo soap operas such as La impostora (2014) and Los miserables (2015).
In fact, the now adolescent debuted on the screens of the aforementioned Spanish-speaking network five years ago as the daughter of Sebastián Zurita in the melodrama La impostora, a story in which she was also able to share credits with the late actress of Argentine origin Christian Bach.
Macarena was also part of the cast of the soap opera Los miserables, where she entered into the skin of the adoptive daughter of the character played by the Mexican star Aracely Arámbula.
Today, at 16 years old, that charismatic girl who conquered us all is turned into a beautiful teenager who continues to reap professional success, now with her participation in the new version of the successful soap opera La usurpadora.
“In my madness I have found freedom and security; the freedom of solitude and the security of not being understood,”the actress recently wrote, along with a photo she shared on Instagram.
Macarena, who is also a singer and dancer, has 118,000 followers on Instagram.
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