Marcela Rubiales

Marcela Rubiales
Born Marcela Rubiales Jiménez
Occupation Singer, actress, television presenter
Years active 1977present
Parent(s) Paco Malgesto (father)
Flor Silvestre (mother)
Relatives Antonio Aguilar (stepfather)
Dalia Inés (half-sister)
Cristina Rubiales (half-sister)
Francisco Rubiales (brother)
Antonio Aguilar, hijo (half-brother)
Pepe Aguilar (half-brother)

Marcela Rubiales Jiménez (born 16 April) is a Mexican singer, actress, and television presenter.

She is the daughter of announcer Paco Malgesto (Francisco Rubiales Calvo) and singer and actress Flor Silvestre (Guillermina Jiménez Chabolla).[1] She has a brother, Francisco Rubiales; a maternal half-sister, Dalia Inés; a paternal half-sister, Cristina Rubiales; and two maternal half-brothers, Antonio Aguilar, hijo and Pepe Aguilar.

Rubiales began her career in 1977, when she was given a supporting role in the telenovela La venganza. Later, in 1979, she hosted the television program Complicadísimo. She made her singing debut in the early 1980s and recorded most of her hit songs for Mexico's EMI Capitol label. In films she has starred opposite actors Antonio Aguilar and Gaspar Henaine. She had her own equestrian show in the 1990s and has also acted on stage.



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