Karyme Lozano (MX)
Karyme Lozano is one of the most prominent international television stars today with hugely successful soap operas that have aired multiple times in numerous countries and dubbed in several languages in addition to being chosen three times as one of People in Spanish's '50 Most Beautiful People '.
Karyme has found remarkable acceptance with audiences internationally resulting in a fan base of millions of people who follow her soap operas and projects around the world. Karyme is the only star simultaneously featured in a lead role in two prime-time soaps, El Manantial, and Niña Amada Mía, a unique event in Univision history.
Karyme has found equal success on stage starring in Spanish versions of musicals Anastasia, Cinderella, and Grease. On top of her many awards and recognitions (Las Palmas de Oro, TV & Novelas, Eres, Teleguía, etc.), her lead film role in Nudes, a moving performance as an artist physically and mentally abused by her boyfriend, earned her a well-deserved nomination to a coveted Ariel Award, Mexico's equivalent to the Oscars. Furthermore, she had the honor of hosting the Latin Grammy's accompanied by Kenny G.
Karyme Lozano is not only an experienced, bilingual actor, but a relentlessly dedicated professional continually striving to perfect her craft. Adding to her acting resume, she co-produced and starred in a film along with Rafael Amaya; "Pepe and Santo vs America".
Karyme also co-starred alongside Andy Garcia in the Epic movie, For Greater Glory and recently
debuted as a writer and director in a heartwarming short, The True Meaning of Love, a film that was accepted in various festivals.
Karyme made her American television debut playing the character of Maritza on the CBS series Kevin Can Wait next to Kevin James, Leah Remini and Maurice Compte. You can also see Karyme in season 2 of Rob Schneider's Netflix series “Real Rob” as a guest star. Karyme is currently producing and writing various projects for the US and Mexico.