Carolina Sandoval confesses that her mother has Parkinson’s

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Carolina Sandoval, known in the artistic medium as “La Venenosa”, could not help crying when she said she knew the news during this period of confinement due to the coronavirus pandemic.

After said Instagram broadcast, the journalist was expected to participate in the live broadcast of Tell me what you know, pattern that was not finally given.

Carolina Sandoval He has been part of the controversial Telemundo show program for seven years.

About Carolina Sandoval

He studied journalism at the Central University of Venezuela and theater at the University Institute of Theater in Venezuela. His first participation was in the soap opera My love, in 1998, on Venevisión.

The first opportunity to Carolina Sandoval As a radio announcer she was together with the humorist Luis Chataing. In written press, she worked in the Bloque de Armas, in magazines. Venezuela Showbiz, Ronda, Enquirer and also in The National and in The Globe of Caracas. He was a correspondent for the RCTV network in Venezuela.

Based in Miami since 2001, she made her first appearance on United States television on the show The fat and the skinny with reports as a collaborator and later participated as a contestant in the Univisión program, Giant Saturday. She was a contributor to magazines TV and novels and in Tv Notes from the United States.

In 2011, Carolina Sandoval he worked on the play Monologando: “… Because talking alone is not crazy” in Miami, produced by Manuel Mendoza. In November of that year she became an American citizen and for the second consecutive year she won Best Co-Host in the magazine. People in spanish.

He hosted the Telethon Mexico by Telefutura and then presented the carpet for the grand finale of Protagonists and was one of the hosts on the show program Tombola from October 2011 to January 2012 at Telefutura.

In October 2013, Carolina Sandoval started on Tell me what you know on Telemundo.

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