In less than 10 years, Kate del Castillo's life has changed to such a degree that it is hard to imagine. He gained international fame with La Reina del Sur, met with drug trafficker Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán and could not leave Mexico for nearly three years due to the investigation.
"I went bankrupt, and I have been paying attorneys for years in Mexico and Mexico." Mexico Star confessed to the Los Angeles Times about the impact of the interview with Naruko.
Enrique Peña Nieto When the administration investigated the possibility of money laundering, but no charges were filed against her, and when she returned to Mexico late last year, she announced a $ 60 million charge to the government for damages . He quit the investigation.
"I know that it is an affliction forever, but I am responsible, I have decided to go there, it is in my hands," he added.
After a difficult step, he lived through an interview with "El Chapo", and Kate is ready to return Teresa Mendoza in La Reina del Sur and continue his film career.
Just a few days ago, I was in Mexico to shoot a scene of Bad Boys for Life with Will Smith.
Kate thought the story was perfect at the end of her first season with the Korean queen, but she always wanted to play with Theresa Mendoza again, but "I did not want to force anything.
Kate has many similarities between her life and the famous character Arturo Pérez-Reverte has created. Both are strong women and survivors. "There are a lot of things about Teresa, Teresa has a lot of things I gave her."
Mexican actress confessed that she was nervous about the return of La Reina del Sur.
For three years, Telemundo persuaded Pérez-Reverte to write a series of stories.
By the end of the first season, Teresa was pregnant and discovered she had disappeared through the witness program, but in a new episode she will return to the mother of the girl who wants to protect her at any cost.
Humberto Zurita, Paola Núñez, Eric Roberts and Raoul Bova.