Latin Vixen: Paulina Galvez


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A consummate character actress on both English and Spanish productions, PAULINA GALVEZ radiates sensuality each time she takes to the screen. Those gorgeous curls of hair, eminent cheekbones and mesmerizing Chilean/Spanish roots means she has all the makings of a Latin Sex Symbol. Many will remember her super hot sex scene from the independent sci-fi thriller Rottweiler where she plays her character Alyah with animalistic seduction despite her dowdy facade. With a daughter in tow, her ravishing of the hero of the film seems to be borne of motherly instinct. Even as Detective Ana Karina in the bilingual series “RPM Miami” on Telemundo, she never fails to entice…think Lauren Velez as the sassy Lt. Maria LaGuerta from “Dexter” and with her very own commanding aura that men intently fancy. Amidst the gearheads, fast-paced thrills and hot bodies, Paulina is marvelous as the forward thinking, bisexual cop. With “RPM Miami” renewed for a second Season after a ratings high, will PAULINA be there to generate even more heat??

The PAULINA GALVEZ OFFICIAL SITE and PAULINA GALVEZ OFFICIAL BLOG are essential viewing if you’re a fan. In her words, she’s an actress who very much follows her heart and her plucky, often daring performances over the years have lit up the screen. From her days as Marta, the Gypsy servant on ‘The Queen Of Swords’ and her various incarnations spanning several genres, it’s clear she infuses an unflinching feisty side in tandem with her undeniable Spanish sultriness. I was pleasantly surprised with her character’s swearing on the horror flick “The Nun”. Having been part of more than 30 features both in Europe and the US, this under-rated talent is steadily gaining the recognition she deserves.

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