Carolina Cerezuela

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Carolina Cerezuela
Born Carolina Cerezuela Gil
(1980-01-14) January 14, 1980 (age 37)
Elche (Alicante), Spain
Education Miguel Hernández University of Elche
Occupation Actress and television presenter
Children Carla Moyá Cerezuela
Carlos Moyá Cerezuela
Daniela Moyá Cerezuela

Carolina Cerezuela Gil (born 14 January 1980 in Elche, Alicante, Spain) is a Spanish actress who became famous playing Mónica Salazar in Camera Café, the Spanish spin-off of Caméra Café.[1]

In 2001, she won the beauty prize Linda of Spain (Spanish: Linda de España).[2] She studied Labour Relations in the Miguel Hernández University of Elche in the province of Alicante. Her acting career began in the theater aged 15, and in spite of never having studied drama, she began to work in television aged 20.

In 2007, she appeared on the cover of the Spanish November edition of FHM.[3]


  • Cuatro corazones con freno y marcha atrás (1996) by Jardiel Poncela
  • Hombres (1997) by Sergi Belbel.
  • Te odio amor mío (1998) based on texts of Dorothy Parker.
  • Criaturas (1999)
  • El enfermo imaginario - Le Malade imaginaire - The Imaginary Invalid (or The Hypochondriac) (2000) by Molière.



  • Arrayán (television series) 2003 in the role of Julia
  • El Secreto (telenovela) 2002 in the role of Charlie
  • La verdad de Laura (telenovela) 2002 in the role of Eva
  • Paraíso (television series) 2003 in the role of Susi
  • Aquí no hay quien viva (television series) 2004 in the role of Vanessa
  • Paco y Veva (television series) 2004 in the role of a manager
  • Camera Café (television series) 2005-2009 in the role of Mónica Salazar
  • Los Serrano (television series) 2006 in the role of Candy
  • Amistades peligrosas (television series) 2006 in the role of Helena García
  • Manolo & Benito Corporeision (television series) 2006-2007 in the role of Lola
  • Hospital Central (television series) 2007-2009 in the role of Verónica Solé
  • ¡Fibrilando! (television series) 2009 in the role of Mónica Salazar



  • Manzana de Caramelo 2016 with singer Jaime Anglada as Anglada Cerezuela


  1. ^ Alonso, Guillermo. "Rubia de bote en bote - Carolina Cerezuela". Camera Café. Telecinco. Retrieved 29 March 2011. 
  2. ^ "Carolina Cerezuela". Famosos Valencianos. Valenciana Editorial Interactiva S.L. Retrieved 29 March 2011. 
  3. ^ Socco, Alex (24 October 2007). "Carolina Cerezuela se destapa en FHM". Blogsfarm Network SL. Retrieved 29 March 2011. 

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