'Vino El Amor': Kimberly Dos Ramos On First-Ever Villain Role; Debuting In Televisa Telenovela

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Kimberly Dos Ramos makes new career moves and will debut as villain on Televisa. Here's everything the Venezuelan actress revealed! Telemundo / "Quien Es Quien?"

Kimberly Dos Ramos kicked off her career in 1996 with cameo roles in different novelas. It was not until 2012 when she became an exclusive with Telemundo that the Venezuelan actress became a household name thanks to her roles in soaps such as "Marido en Alquiler," "Tierra de Reyes" and "Quien es Quien?" Dos Ramos is now making new career moves as she has left her home in Telemundo and ventured off to Televisa. 

Earlier this month, it was revealed that Dos Ramos will be part of the upcoming telenovela "Vino el Amor." The 24-year-old actress will not only debut on Televisa, but she is also portraying her first-ever villain role.

"I can't give out too much information, but I come with a different character and it's awesome to portray," she told People en Español. "I'm a villain, but a different villain," she assured.

"Vino el Amor," produced by José Alberto Castro, tells the story of Latino families in the United States and all of their obstacles following the "American Dream." The original story is based on the Chilean soap "La Chúcara" and stars Gabriel Soto, Irina Baeva, Christian de la Campa and Dos Ramos.

This is also the first time Dos Ramos does an acting job in Mexico. 

"I feel very happy to be with Televisa in this nice project," she told People en Español. "I feel like a child with a new toy for the fact that I'm doing a lot of new things, like living in Mexico, being in Televisa and interpreting a villain," she said, assuring that it's been her dream to portray an evil role. 

Dos Ramos revealed that thanks to her managers and her perseverance, she was able to nab the role in the Televisa production. 

"For being my first project with this company, I was a bit nervous and excited," she described. "It's like being the new kid in school, but thank God that the production team and my colleagues are amazing."

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