From film, television, and radio, to theater, modeling, and acting, Karla Monroig is one of the most versatile entertainers from Puerto Rico. Her name is recognized in Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, Albania, Cyprus, and Georgia thanks to her appearances in telenovelas such as,“La Casa de al Lado,” “Alguien te Mira,” and “Mas Sabe el Diablo” Her first telenovela appearance was in “Inocente de ti,” and then starred in Televisa’s “Dueña y Señora.” As her career flourished, she acted in the hit novela, “El Rostro de Analia” and showed her versatility by playing a villain in “Dame Chocolate.” Thanks to her performance in “Dame Chocolate,” she received the award for “Best Actress” given by Adams Playhouse in New York.

Before working on telenovelas, Karla was an entertainment reporter in Puerto Rico on the Showbiz program, “Face Anda Pa’l.” In Puerto Rico, she also produced and hosted her own radio show, “Karla en Las Tardes” and “Up.” Karla has made her mark in theater by appearing in works such as “Tarzan” and “Till Death Do Us Part.” Karla also participated as a judge on Telemundo’s “Miss Universe Puerto Rico.” As for her humanitarian work, Karla supports the Down Syndrome Foundation, is a Godmother for the Go-Gogo! Pediatric Cancer Foundation, and is the official voice of the Suzan G. Komen Foundation. She also works with children from the orphanage “Niños de Cristo,” in La Romana, Dominican Republic. TV Guide named her “The Most Beautiful face of Television” and she was chosen by People en Español for the cover of their “50 Most Beautiful People” issue. Her work as host of the reality show, “Idols Kids – Puerto Rico” had earned the hearts of millions and groundbreaking reviews. In fall of 2015, Karla reprised her starring role in the theatrical production “Brujas,” a Miami play featuring Gaby Espino, Angelica Castro, Roxana García, Ana Karina Manco, and Elizabeth Gutierrez.

In addition to acting, Karla is currently a host on Univision’s top-rated morning show, “Despierta América” in their popular segment, “Sin Rollo ni Tapujos.”