Wendy Regalado and CNCO on Disney+
Dominican actress Wendy Regalado joined the cast of the Disney+ series '4ever,' in which the members of the Latin band CNCO will also feature.
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The new Disney+ series 4ever has already started shooting and its premiere is scheduled throughout 2022 in Latin America. Besides the Dominican Afro-Latina actress Wendy Regalado, Puerto Rican actor Carlos Ponce, Sonya Smith, Víctor Cámara, and members of the Latin pop and reggaeton band CNCO: Andy (Christopher Vélez), Ian (Richard Camacho), Ciro (Zabdiel De Jesús) and Darío (Erick Brian Colón) also joined the cast.
4ever will tell the story of a band looking to become famous and recognized in the American music scene. But to pursue that dream, the friends will have to overcome difficulties and let themselves be guided by their passion for music.
According to Regalado, "4ever relates the importance of teamwork to achieve dreams and the importance of learning to overcome obstacles while tolerating frustrations." The miniseries will air five 30-minute episodes.
“I feel super happy to be part of this project on a platform that today covers an audience that ranges from children to young adults. 4ever is a series full of magic that talks about drama and love, and in which you can enjoy music and a script full of mystery, entanglements and romance," Regalado said in an interview.
The Dominican actress, model, communicator and now also a businesswoman began her career when she was just a girl doing plays in Santo Domingo. Her talent and passion took her to Miami, a city where she has lived since 2006 and where she developed her career in the entertainment industry. The path has not been easy and she has had to work very hard for almost two years to get her first role.
That perseverance and patience have borne fruit, and at her young age she has already participated in numerous productions such as The Force of Belief 2, Grachi (on Nickelodeon), and Loli's Luck, and 100 days to Fall in Love.
With her roles on her screen, 'The Dominican Barbie' — as she is also known — has always wanted to make cultural diversity visible.
“Television channels are opening up and that makes dramatic productions present many more profiles in soap operas. As an Afro-Latina, I feel happy because I have received a lot of support from the public that appreciates seeing me sharing starring roles in dramatic productions,” said the actress who was recently awarded for her career at the Hispanic Celebrities Awards.