She was born in the city of Buenaventura, Colombia, on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. After finishing her nursing studies at the IFA (Instituto Femenino La Anunciación) in Buenaventura, she moved to Bogotá (capital of the country), where she participated in the reality show Señorita Bogotá (in 2006). In 2008, at the age of 19, she decided to try her luck in Argentina. she participated in the reality show De frente al miedo, produced in Buenos Aires for the Caracol channel. In 2011, her original idea for a sitcom (situation comedy) was turned into the series ¡Todas a mí! in which she participated as an actress and as co-writer of all episodes. She worked in the Spanish-Argentine horror film Penumbra (2011). In 2013 she made her Spanish film debut in the comedy Solo para dos, by Roberto Santiago, alongside Santi Millán. In 2014 he worked in the Colombian version of the film Corazón de León, which starred alongside Colombian actors Marlon Moreno and Manolo Cardona. In Colombia she worked in the dramatic film Tiempo muerto, with a script that won several awards in Argentina. In 2015 he worked in Bogota with Colombian-American actor John Leguizamo in the dramatic film Perros, by Harold Trompetero. He worked in the Colombian horror-thriller film, Pacífico, which was shot in Bahía Solano. He later worked in Buscando el muerto arriba.