Her first acting opportunity came during a musical presentation in Tampico, where a producer offered her a role in the telenovela El combate, starring Ignacio López Tarso. Music was within her, and in 1980 Luis de Llano Macedo offered her the opportunity to sing and record some songs in English in the program Noche de Noche, hosted by Verónica Castro. In 1981 Laura starred in her first musical, Los Fantásticos. She later became the conductor of various special programs in which were portrayed during the early 1980s. In 1992, she recorded her first solo CD, Barcos de Papel, which made her carry out tours throughout all of the Mexican Republic. In 1986, Laura married songwriter and singer Sergio Faccelli, who produced De Corazón a Corazón y Fruto Prohibido; but the relationship was cut short, ending in three years.
She has participated in important novels such as Los Años pasan, Clarisa, El vuelo del águila, Marisol, El mor tiene cara de mujer, El alma no tiene color, Gotita de amor and Siempre te amaré. In the year of 2005, after a temporary departure, she returned to the acting scene, starring in Piel de otoño. In 1995, she sang some of her songs in a radio station event in the famous "Rancho Moreno" in Chino, California She has participated as The Protagonist in SIempre te Amare (2000), and Piel de otoño. In 2006 she became the coprotagonic character in Mundo de Fieras with César Évora, the next year she continue working as his wife in Al Diablo con los Guapos as a villain. In 2008, she left the program Hoy because she will be starting in a new telenovela En Nombre del Amor as Camila Ríos, the mother of the villain. She was part of the telenovela Corazon Salvaje as Juan del Diablo's mother. She will be part of the series Mujeres Asesinas in the fall of 2010. For her work in television and in the recording industry, Flores has had her handprints embedded at the Paseo de las Luminarias in Mexico City. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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