Perhaps most well known for competing on the Argentine reality television dance program Bailando por un Sueño, she is also notable for her acting work in television shows and films such as, respectively, Montaña Rusa, Otra Vuelta (1995) and Potestad (2002).
Early in her career, she appeared in the Spanish musical movie Las Cosas del Querer 2nd Parte (1995).
Also a television host, she was nominated in 2011 for a Martin Fierro Award for her work on the comedy program Este Es el Show.
She began acting as a way to cope with her grief over the deaths of her father and sister. Following her divorce from actor German Barcelo, she married actor and comedian Martin Campilongo. Her first marriage produced children named Isabella and Santino, and her second marriage resulted in daughters named Emma and Francesca.
She was born in the same year as fellow South American television personality Diana Bolocco.