Paola Turbay reigns as one of Latin American's biggest stars while continuing to build an equally powerful presence on the airwaves of the United States. Her multi-faceted career includes working on the big and small screens, both behind and in front of the camera, producing, hosting and acting. er shows air in over 25 countries around the world.
Turbay debuted on the series Las Noches de Luciana and the comedy Noticias Calientes both of which were aired throughout Latin America and on Univision's Telefutura channel in the U.S. Her other television credits include Eco Moda, Leche and O Todos en la Cama.
Paola made her U.S. English-language network debut starring as "Isabel Vega" opposite Jimmy Smitts on the CBS series Cane, and went on to star on acclaimed shows like Californication, The Closer, The Cleaner, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, True Blood, and Bosch .
Her film credits include Perder es Cuestión de Método, Mamá Tómate la Sopa, Los Oriyinales and Mike Newell's high-profile feature Love in the Time of Cholera. An avid philanthropist, she co-founded IndieBo - the Bogota Independent Film Festival - that has run successfully since 2015, bringing the best of independent cinema each year in an attempt to stimulate Colombia's Orange Economy and democratize culture.