Carolina Sandoval
TV personality
Carolina Sandoval
Carolina Sandoval (born Carolina Sandoval Guzman,, November 24, 1973 in Venezuela. is a TV presenter, journalist, broadcaster, writer, anchor and actress.
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    THIRTIES
  • 2011
    Age 37
    In November 2011, she became a citizen of the United States.
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    In January 2011, Sandoval had surgery after being diagnosed with thyroid cancer.
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    She presented the awards during the finale of Protagonistas and hosted Tómbola from October 2011 to January 2012.
    More Details Hide Details Since 2013 Sandoval is in the panel of TV show Suelta la Sopa of Telemundo with descriptive segments that reveal the best kept secrets of favorite soap opera stars narrated in a docudrama style.
    In 2011, Sandoval was named best co-host by People en Español for the second consecutive year.
    More Details Hide Details On November 23, she co-hosted ¡Despierta América! with Karla Martínez and Raúl González. In December, Sandoval appeared on the cover of Gente Latina magazine and co-hosted Teletón Mexico on TeleFutura.
    In 2011, Sandoval was selected by People En Espanol for its list of 50 most beautiful people.
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    Sandoval appeared on the show until its cancellation in October 2011.
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  • 2010
    Age 36
    Sandoval was part of a panel on TeleFutura's Famosos in 2010 and 2011.
    More Details Hide Details In its June edition, TVyNovelas featured an article about Sandoval at home. On July 23, she was invited to co-host Viva La Familia with Karen Martinez and Jeannette Kaplun; that same week, she again co-hosted Escándalo TV with Felipe Viel and Marisa Del Portillo. Sandoval also appeared in the play Monologando: porque hablar solo no es de Locos (Monologue: Because Talking to Yourself Doesn't Make You Crazy), produced in Miami by Venezuelan director and producer Manuel Mendoza.
    On November 1, Sandoval began a forum on Univision.com; later that month, she was named best co-host of 2010 by People en Español.
    More Details Hide Details On December 5 she was invited by pitcher Sammy Sosa to a dinner in honor of Dominican President Leonel Fernández, and again appeared on Shanik En Formula.
    On January 24, 2010 Sandoval participated in the Univisión special Unidos por Haiti (United for Haiti) with Juanes, Raúl De Molina and Natalia Jiménez.
    More Details Hide Details The program was hosted by Don Francisco to collect funds for Haitian relief. On April 1 she was invited to co-host Escándalo TV on TeleFutura with Felipe Viel, Marisa Del Portillo and Lilia Luciano. On May 27, Sandoval was invited to co-host ¡Despierta América! On June 13 she hosted with Raul Gracia, Felipe Viel, Elizabeth Lopez and Carolina La O, Bienvenido el Mundial (Welcome to the World Cup), welcoming the FIFA World Cup. On June 28 in North Carolina, Sandoval received an award for being the boldest host. On July 12, she was a host on the memorial special for Michael Jackson. On July 14 Sandoval appeared on Univisión's Don Francisco Presenta, where she spoke about her life and background. On September 24 she was invited to Mexico by journalist Shanik Berman to co-host her show, Shanik En Formula.
  • 2009
    Age 35
    At the beginning of 2009 Sandoval appeared on a radio segment, "Efectos Secundarios" ("Secondary Effects"), with Laura Duque and hosted by Jose Antonio Ponsetti.
    More Details Hide Details She appeared on Escándalo TV in a segment ("El Lavadero") where La Tijera was one of the hosts.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2001
    Age 27
    From 2001 through 2007, she was host and collaborator of Infraganti, an entertainment show on the CaribeVisión network with Graciela Mori and Orlando Segura.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1973
    Born
    Born on November 24, 1973.
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