The first thing that comes to mind when Blanca Soto’s name is mentioned is success. Blanca was born in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico where she was recognized after winning the “Miss Mexico World” competition. Her career, which began as a model, flourished and continued to grow, as she became an actress, producer, and businesswoman as well.

Blanca has starred in many internationally recognized novelas such as “Porque El Amor Manda,” “Talisman,” and “Evaluna.” In film she has participated in movies like “Regresa,” which won the “Monaco Film Festival Award Winning Feature Film.” Her outstanding dedication and professionalism led her to participate in the English comedy “Deep in the Valley,” alongside Chris Pratt, Scott Cann, Denise Richards, and Tracy Morgan. As a dramatic actress, Blanca the won the award for “Best Actress” in the ”New York International Independent Film and Video Festival” for her performance as a woman suffering from breast cancer in “La Vida Blanca.” In the theater, Blanca has excelled with the internationally recognized production, “Obscuro Total” with Fernando Colunga. As a businesswoman, Blanca has co-produced with the Director Jack Hartnett (“Hitch,” “Sex and the City”) in his acclaimed best short film, “NYIIFVF’s.” Blanca Soto has also joined forces with Hollywood makeup artist and stylist, Peggy Jones to launch “Heaven’s Brush” a line of makeup and brushes that are completely animal cruelty free. With her mesmerizing green eyes and perfect figure, Blanca has graced many internationally known magazine covers and Maxim magazine even chose her as one of the top sexiest women. Following this, Blanca was invited to participate in the music video “Must be Doing Something Right” by Country music star, Billy Currington. This video was chosen as the “Sexiest Video of the Year” by Country Music Television in 2006. In philanthropy, Blanca has worked with the USO to support disabled military and the “Wounded Warrior Foundation” Veterans.

In 2015, after starring in the successful first season of Telemundo’s “Señora Acero,” Blanca returned to star in Season 2 of the “super series,” where fans could watch the show and interact with it through their cell phone. The Season 2 finale ranked as the #1 broadcast program, regardless of language, at 10pm among adults 18-49 and 18-39.