Lorena Herrera

This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Herrera and the second or maternal family name is de la Vega.
Lorena Herrera
Born Lorena Maritza Herrera de la Vega
(1967-02-18) February 18, 1967
Mazatlán, Sinaloa, Mexico

Lorena Herrera (Spanish pronunciation: [loˈɾena eˈreɾa]; born Lorena Maritza Herrera de la Vega February 18, 1967 in Mazatlán, Sinaloa) is a Mexican actress.


Lorena moved with her family to Mexico City, where she began a career as a fashion model. She became highly successful in Mexico, and gained an international reputation, posing for advertiments in Mexico and South America. Despite this, few among the general public knew her name. As a model, she won the "Look of the Year" contest, awarded in Mexico.

Lorena then began working in Mexico's low-budget films. She has been involved in more than fifty films since she began her career as an actress in soap operas.

She also has created six albums, of which five are studio albums, and one is an album of remixes named Soy(Remix), released in 1997.

Lorena is currently promoting her latest album Desnudame El Alma, released on June 12. the first single from the album is called "Ya".

For her work in the motion picture and recording industries as well as television, Herrera's handprints were imbedded onto the Paseo de las Luminarias in 2012.

Soap opera

Lorena Herrera met producer Emilio Larrosa, who had Televisa connections. Larrosa gave her a chance to star in his Telenovela production "Muchachitas" ("Young Girls"), which was a huge hit across Latin America.

She was then hired to participate in the mega-hit Telenovela, "Dos Mujeres, un Camino", where she played the mistress of a villain. Although her participation in that soap opera was relatively short (she joined the drama after about half of the chapters had been filmed, and her character was killed off before the ending). She caused a sensation, becoming a sex symbol across Mexico and Latin America.

Herrera has since acted in many other telenovelas, including "El Premio Mayor". She is also a singer, having released various Mexican music CDs and toured Mexico and the United States. She has been approached by Playboy Mexico to pose nude for that magazine (she appeared in the Mexican Playboy in the December 1987 issue, under the name "Bárbara Ferrat"). She has also released various calendars in which she assumed sensual poses. and she posed naked for Playboy again on March 2011 at 44 years old [1]

On the Univision show, "El Gordo y la Flaca", Lorena shared a bathtub with "El Gordo", Raul De Molina.

She worked as the evil stepmother of Lola (Monserrat) in Lola...Erase Una Vez.She is the mother of Grettell Valdez which interprets Carlota in Lola and she is also the mother of Zoraida Gomez in the soap opera Lola.

She has said that she likes singing, but acting is her favorite activity.

She has worked with Carla Estrada, Emilio Larosa, Pedro Damian and other producers.

She said recently on the "Mentiras y Verdades" show that she did not like to make novelas with Emilio Larrosa after "El Premio Mayor" told her that her part was going to be the antagonist.


Year Title Character Note
2015 Amores con trampa La Pantera Antagonist
2010 Niña de mi Corazon Silvana Quinto de Gasca Main Antagonist
2009 Atrévete a soñar Maestra Special Appearance
2009 Verano de Amor Señora Special Appearance
2007-2008Lola...Erase una vez Monserrat Torres-Oviedo de Santo Domingo Main Antagonist
2004Amy, la niña de la mochila azul Leonora Rivas Main Antagonist
2000 Mi destino eres tú Olga Ramos Moret Antagonist
1997-1998 Maria Isabel Lucrecia Fontaner Main Antagonist
1995-1996El premio mayor Antonia Fernández de Domensain Main Antagonist
1993-1994 Dos mujeres, un camino Lorena Antagonist
1993 Entre la vida y la muerte Jéssica Supporting Role
1991-1992 Muchachitas Claudia Villaseñor Antagonist


"Soy" (1996)

  1. "Tri Tri"
  2. "Soy"
  3. "Olvidate"
  4. "Los Pecados De Amor" (Single)
  5. "Oh Yeah!"
  6. "Pim Pam Pum"
  7. "Esa Soy Yo"
  8. "Corazonadas"
  9. "Yo Vivire"
  10. "Soy Remix"

"Soy Remix" (1997)

"Desnudame El Alma" (2000)

  1. "Ritmo Tequila"
  2. "Nunca Dejaré de Amarte"
  3. "Desnudame El Alma"
  4. "Despacito"
  5. "Dame Amor"
  6. "Sienteme"
  7. "Eo Deséo"
  8. "Más Allá Del Mómento"
  9. "El Amor Que No Tiene Rival"
  10. "Los Magos de La Noche"

"Sobrevivire" (2003)

  1. "Sobreviviré"
  2. "Que Culpa Tengo Yo"
  3. "Dejame"
  4. "Mi Amor Por Ti"
  5. "Como La Flor"
  6. "Eres Mi Todo"
  7. "Que No Quede Huella"
  8. "De Que Me Sirve"
  9. "Obsesion"
  10. "Abrazame"
  11. "Abrazame (Jota Remix)"

"Aqui Estoy" (2005)

  1. "Aquí Estoy"
  2. "Déjame"
  3. "Amame"
  4. "Abrazando Tu Recuerdo"
  5. "Oro Molido"
  6. "Callaré"
  7. "Vamos a Darnos Tiempo"
  8. "Envidia Me Da"
  9. "Recuerdos"
  10. "Baila Mi Ritmo"

"Desnudame El Alma" (2009)

  1. "Desnudame El Alma"
  2. "Gritaremos Ante el Mundo"
  3. "Chica Espacial"
  4. "Sobredosis"
  5. "Ya"
  6. "Sexy Lover"
  7. "Sexy"
  8. "Dame Amor [Version en Espanol]"
  9. "Solo Quiero"
  10. "Dentro de Ti"

"Masoquista Single" (2015)

"Flash Single" (2015)

  1. "Flash (Versión Original)"
  2. "Flash (Versión NEIKO)"

"Plastik Single" (2016)

"Karma Single" (2016)

  1. "Karma"
  2. "Soy (Versión 2016)"
  1. univision.com
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