23 September 2010
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Mexican telenovela star Dominika Paleta makes her Hollywood debut as the Spanish narrator for the new Disney movie TINKER BELL AND THE GREAT FAIRY RESCUE now out on Blu-Ray and DVD but the Mexican superstar is not interesting in leaving her career in Mexico behind for Tinseltown.
CineMovie's Viviana Vigil sat down with the Mexican actress who dreamed of one day being a part of a Disney classic. She actively sought out a voiceover role and enjoyed every minute of her time working on the Spanish version of the new Tinker Bell movie.
The Polish-born actress is the daughter of the famous Polish violinist Zbigniew Paleta and art teacher Barbara Paciorek Paleta, and the sister of actress Ludwika Paleta. Dominika is most famous for her role in the hugely popular telenovela La Usurpadora but has also appeared in El Alma Herida, Por Un Beso, La Intrusa, Los Plateados and Mañana es para siempre. She also starred in the TV series Trece miedos and the film La noche de siempre, among other projects.
When asked if this would be the start to a Hollywood career, Dominika replied she is perfectly happy with her career in Mexico in television and movies and is not interested at this point in her career to explore Hollywood. She further adds she is working on a couple of movie projects and plans to continue working south of the border.
For now, Dominika Paleta is happy she was part of a Disney classic in TINKER BELL AND THE GREAT FAIRY RESCUE now on Blu-ray and DVD.
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Dominika Paleta studied art history at the Universidad Iberoamericana de México and is fluent in Spanish, English and Polish. She is married to actor Uruguayan Fabián Ibarra and has two daughters, Maria and Altana.