Mexican model, actress, and singer Aracely Arambula, also known as Aracely Arambula Jacques, has appeared in several telenovelas. She is a successful music career and has established herself as an entrepreneur. She also has experience with theatre and is the recipient of prestigious awards, which includes two El Heraldo de Mexico Awards and two Premios Tu Mundo.
Successes like these always raise questions about money. Well, isn't that what we're here for? But before that let's familiarize ourselves with her career's chronology.
Aracely The Actress: Her Acting Career
At the dawn of her career, Aracely got small roles in telenovelas like Prisionera de Amor, Cancion de Amor, and Cañaveral de pasiones. She also portrayed the younger version of Veronica Castro's character in Pueblo Chico, Infierno Grande. She got her first starring role in the teen telenovela Soñadoras.
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Arambula's other telenovelas include Alma Rebelde, Abrazame Muy Fuerte, and Las Vias del Amor. She also became a part of the theatre productions such as Muchachos de Nueva York and Hermanos de Sangre.
She came back to telenovelas with La Patrona. At the moment, she is the host of MasterChef Latino.
The Majestic Voice: Aracely in Music
Her musical career set sail when she started singing nursery rhymes as part of a tribute to Francisco Gabilondo Soler. 2001 was the year when she became a part of the Abarzame Muy Fuerte soundtrack.
Fast-forward two years in the future, Aracely earned nominations for Best Album, Best Duo, and Best Regional Mexican Song with her production Solo Tuya.
Subsequently, she released her studio album Sexy.
Riches on Her Name: Aracely's Net Worth
Aracely Arambula has an estimated net worth of $11 million. Not much is known about her assets, real estate, and other properties. She is also the image of a cosmetics and perfume company in Mexico.
Her three studio albums, one soundtrack album, several singles, and 19 TV shows have undoubtedly earned her a lot of dollars.
Money talks aside, Aracely has managed to fascinate many fans in Mexico and in the Latin world itself.