Diana Garcia Biography
Danna García (born Danna María García Osuna) is a Colombian actress and singer.
The daughter of Colombian singer Claudia Osuna, she began her career at the age of four. In 1994, along with her sister Claudia, she formed the band Café Moreno and recorded the triple-platinum album "Momposino." That same year, she appeared in her first major role in the Colombian telenovela "Café con aroma de mujer." In 1996, she became the first Colombian actress to star in a Mexican telenovela when she appeared as the protagonist in "Al norte del corazón." She is best-known for her leading roles in Pasión de Gavilanes (2003) and La Revancha (2000). García replaced Sandra Echeverría in the lead role for Telemundo's novela La Traición (2008), which starred former Pasión de Gavilanes co-star, Mario Cimarro. Danna is currently filming episodes for her upcoming lead role opposite Christian Meier in Lola Calamidades, a Telemundo remake of a 1990s colombian soap opera of the same name. Lola will begin airing in late 2008.
In 2006, Maybelline signed her as the company's newest Hispanic spokesmodel for its cosmetics advertisements in print and television. García is also signed to Garnier Fructis as a spokesmodel for their hair products in print and television as well.
In 2008, Danna was named the most beautiful face in People en Español's Los 50 más Bellos list.