Daniela Lujan – Mexican actress and singer
Daniela Lujan was born on 5 April 1988 in Mexico City. Since childhood, she was a big fan of music. When Daniela was just five years old she participated in the show Plaza Sésamo (the Mexican version of Sesame Street). Two years later, the girl landed a leading role in the telenovela Luz Clarita. She recorded a soundtrack for the series as well. This role pushed Daniela’s acting and singing career forward. She started getting offers from a variety of soap operas.
In 1998, Lujan got a leading role in the soap opera El Diario de Daniela, where she portrayed Daniela. The series ran on the Mexican TV for two years. Right after the series was over, Lujan performed at a theater play Caperucita Roja (The Little Red Riding Hood), where she portrayed the main character.
While filming TV series, the young woman wasn’t forgetting her wish to become a singer. In 1999, she released her debut studio album Por Un Mundo Mejor. A year later, Daniela recorded her second album Cor@zón.com. Both albums were rather successful in Mexico and several singles made their way to the radio stations. This album is considered to be the artist’s transition from a child star to a mature artist.