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Wendy Regalado is a Dominican American actress ,born in December 14 1989. She has been acting professionally since 2006, when she started to show her many talents with a solid foundation in the theater, as well as national and international television and cinema.
Best known as an actress and a TV hostess, Wendy’s training as a social communications major in college prepared her to have a comfortable command of the camera. Combined with her theater experience, this allows her to be familiar with the art of improvisation on the stage, as well as the ability to explore a character in depth.
Some use the endearing nickname “The Dominican Barbie” to describe Wendy Regalado, because of figure and general demeanor. Her natural beauty and fresh personality, combined with her involvement in worthy social causes, are all attributes that make her a worthy representative of her country and origin.
Wendy is, above all, an optimist. She is dynamic, excited about life and lives it based on a solid Christian faith. She does not see the difficulties along her path as something to avoid or be afraid of, but as opportunities to learn more and accumulate experiences.
Primarily recognized as an actress and TV presenter, Wendy's initial studies in social communication and broadcasting have endowed her with a natural ease in front of the cameras. Her training in film, theater, and television provides her with the art of on-stage improvisation and deep character exploration. She embarked on her full-fledged professional career in 2006 and hasn't looked back since.
Her portrayal of Lucía in the successful youth TV series "Grachi" on Nickelodeon propelled her to international fame over three successful seasons. The series was translated into more than 52 languages. She continued her journey with roles in projects for Telemundo, Disney Plus, Univision, and others.
In the theater world, she showcased her talents from a young age in Santo Domingo and continued her journey in Miami. The city opened its doors to her, allowing her to interpret works by classic authors like Shakespeare and García Lorca, as well as musical and children's plays by various creators. Miami has become a significant part of her life and artistic career, maintaining a balance between different areas of her work.
As one should expect, so much versatility in the arts has taken Wendy to represent important brands as well as to create her own. She has worked as a model and actress in several photoshoots and TV commercials for brands like DirecTV, Pepsi-Cola, Frito Lay, FLEX TV Multiphone, Dunkin Donuts, ESPN, BrandSmart USA, Discovery Channel, Merlin NYC, Google Pixel, McDonald’s, Zoni, Univision, YMCA, Amazon, and many more. At the present time she is putting to practice all that she has learned in branding and becoming an influencer in all the products that she endorses. She has been the image for products and retailers such as Clinique, Naturally G4U, and Ulta Beauty.
Prize to the Dominican Excellence, granted by the Dominican Consulate General in Miami , given to Dominican talents who have excelled abroad.Certificate of Recognition by LUAC (Latinos United in Action Center) for her contribution to the Dominican Cultural Heritage in Miami. Medal of Love and Hope, granted by Perla de la Esperanza Foundation, for participating in the movement against violence to women. Best Actress in a Supporting Role, 2010, presented by Miami Life Awards. Best Actress as Lead Role, presented by Hollywood Blood Horror Festival 2019, for “Jenni.” Talent of the Year 2019, Greatful Heart Award, based on integrity, gratitude, and efforts to lend support to the community in the City of Miami. Most recently, the Hispanic Celebrities Awards for her trajectory as an actress in series and dramas. She also received the Certificate of Merit by Imagina Children Foundation in recognition of her contribution to their mission and to the world of arts.
She stars as Santa in the original Televisa Univisión miniseries "La Fuerza de Creer 4," portraying a chef who navigates a multitude of emotions in her personal and professional life alongside her son Juan. The miniseries is broadcast on the same network and the VIX digital platform.
She also plays the lead role of Teresa in the new Disney+ Latino miniseries "4EVER," alongside the renowned musical group CNCO. Teresa is a versatile, joyful woman who demonstrates resilience in the face of adversity and triumphs alongside her family.
In the Telemundo romantic comedy telenovela "La Suerte de Loli," she portrays the character Dulce, bringing conflicts and antagonism to various situations alongside other characters in the storyline.
She has excelled both in television and film with various projects. However, her most recent cinematic success was her leading role in the independent film "JENNI." This short drama film depicts the life of a girl living with her mother in New York City, amidst intense family conflicts that unravel with an unexpected ending. The project has participated in numerous international film festivals, receiving over 15 awards in various categories and competitions.