Claudia Lizaldi

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Claudia Lizaldi
Born Claudia Lizaldi Mijares
(1978-08-19) August 19, 1978 (age 36)
Flag of Mexico.svg Toluca, Mexico
Occupation actress and host
Height 1.57 m (5 ft 2 in)

Claudia Lizaldi (born on August 19, 1978 near Mexico City, Mexico) is a Mexican anchor, actress and model. Her surname Lizaldi is basque.

She started her career by hosting a contest and games program at Once TV (11 TV) from, National Polytechnic Institute, a low audience channel because its content is cultural, in which she stays for 3 years. After participating in that channel her beauty and talent, although being a small woman ( only 1.57 m) allows her joining Televisa, the biggest Mexican television broadcaster. In March 2004 she is one of the contendants of the reality show Big Brother VIP, where she gets over six eliminations and finally gets the second place, only behind Eduardo Videgaray. In May 2005 she is a host in the spectacles section of newscast El cristal con que se mira. She came in La jugada, one of the main sports program in the country, she is also a host of the famous program Pepsi Chart (Mexican edition), sharing the leading with the male singer Erik Rubín. She also is a co-host of the morning program Nuestra Casa and she is a presenter of another sport program called Fútbol Fantástico. Currently she is a host in La oreja, the principal spectacles Televisa program and she participates in the Mexico's theater play The Vagina Monologues. Although only being 1.57 her beautiful face and curves have boosted her career in modeling, she has posed for several men's magazines, including H Para Hombres.

In Youtube, Lizaldi is featured in Volaris's safety video.[1]

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  1. ^ "Video de seguridad Volaris.mov." Volaris Official YouTube. Retrieved on November 4, 2010.

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