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Paulina Goto
Paulina Goto 2018.jpg
Paulina Goto in 2018
Paulina Gómez Torres

(1991-07-29) 29 July 1991 (age 31)
  • Singer
  • actress
Years active2008–present
Musical career
  • Vocals
  • guitar
  • piano

Paulina Gómez Torres (born 29 July 1991)[1] known professionally as Paulina Goto is a Mexican actress, singer, and television hostess. She first gained popularity for her debut role in the Mexican telenovela Niña de mi Corazón in 2010. She was a member of the popular Mexican-Argentine pop group, Eme 15, formed by Televisa producer Pedro Damián, from 2011 to 2014.[2] She is also known for her roles in Mi corazón es tuyo (2014-2015), Un camino hacia el destino (2016), El vuelo de la Victoria (2017) and Daughter From Another Mother (2021).

Early life

Paulina Goto was born in Monterrey, Mexico. She has one younger brother named Eduardo. Her mother is a psychologist. Her father was a singer and musician who often co-wrote songs with her; he died in September 2020.[3][4] When she was 5 years old, Goto and her family moved from Monterrey to Tampico, Tamaulipas where she spent the remainder of her childhood and adolescence. As a young child, she participated in dance classes and began taking ballet lessons when she was four years old.[5] She trained as a rhythmic gymnast from age five until she was fourteen, attending Rítmica Escuela de Gimnasia in Tampico. Goto earned recognition as a state and national champion and represented Mexico in international competitions.[6] In 2000, she competed in rhythmic gymnastics at her first national junior Olympics tournament in Guadalajara, Mexico. In December 2010, she returned to Rítmica Escuela de Gimnasia to participate in a special Christmas themed performance alongside the school's current students.[7]

Goto completed her primary education at Escuela Americana de Tampico ("The American School of Tampico" in English), a private bi-lingual school with an emphasis on American-style education. She participated in the school choir from an early age. She briefly attended the Tampico campus of Tec de Monterrey but later completed her secondary schooling via online correspondence upon moving to Mexico City when she was 17 years old.[8]

Acting career

Early career (2008-2011)

Goto began her television career in 2008 as a co-host on the youth-targeted television news show, Roomies, which was produced locally for Televisa del Golfo in Tampico. She spent a year on the show before leaving in 2009. During her time on "Roomies", she and some of the cast members were invited to audition for Centro de Educación Artística, the free drama school run by media giant, Televisa, in Mexico City. One month after her CEA audition, Goto was accepted into the school and moved to Mexico City, where she lived with relatives during her first year of school.[9] During her first year, she studied voice, acting, and dance. When she was 18 years old, CEA held auditions for director Pedro Damián's (best known for his work with Latin-pop group, RBD) newest telenovela. Though she had no prior professional acting experience, she was cast as the lead in Niña de mi Corazón, an updated version of Damian's 1997 telenovela, Mi Pequeña Traviesa.[10] Goto played the dual role of Andrea Paz and Paz's imaginary twin brother, Andres Paz. Following her casting in the series, Goto discontinued her studies at CEA to pursue a full-time acting career. Filming for Niña de mi Corazón began in January 2010 in Mexico City and ended in July 2010. The telenovela premiered on 8 March 2010 in Mexico and ended on 9 July 2010. It premiered on Univision in the U.S. on 23 February 2011. In the spring of 2011, Goto made her theatre debut as the lead female protagonist in the play El Knack directed by Odiseo Bichir, and starring Mexican actors, José Ángel Bichir and Alfonso Dosal.[11]

Breakout success with "Miss XV" and other roles (2011-2015)

In June 2011, Goto attended a casting call in Mexico City for Televisa's teen-oriented musical television series, Miss XV. Actress Danna Paola was originally selected for one of two lead roles but later dropped out before casting was finalized. The following month, Goto was confirmed as the lead for the series.[12]

Miss XV is a television series inspired by the famous 1987 telenovela, Quinceañera, starring Thalía and Adela Noriega.[13][14] Filming for the television series began in October 2011 in Mexico City and concluded in June 2012. The show premiered on Nickelodeon Latin America on 16 April 2012. On Canal 5, the show began airing episodes on 14 May 2012 in Latin America. In the United States, the show premiered on Galavisión on 2 March 2013. A second season for the show was planned, but the project was cancelled before production started, in spite of the show's success.[15][16] The series finale aired on 28 September 2012.

On 24 April 2013, Goto was announced as the co-lead in producer Pedro Damián's rumored telenovela, Las Mejores Amigas Best Friends Forever. Her former Miss XV co-star and ex-Eme 15 bandmate, Natasha Dupeyrón, was also tied to the project. Goto was expected to play one of lead characters who meets her best friend (played by Dupeyrón) while working as a counselor at a summer camp. The project was later cancelled for unknown reasons.[17]

In July 2013, Goto auditioned for Vaselina, the Spanish-language remake of Grease, in Mexico City. She attended three callbacks before finally being cast by producers. Goto reportedly won the part over actresses Belinda and Eiza González, both of whom were rumored to be in the running for the lead role.[18] In August, Goto was confirmed as "Sandy" in the 13th Mexican stage production of Vaselina.[19] Benny Ibarra served as director. Rehearsals were held from August to October in Mexico City. Goto starred alongside her former Eme 15 bandmates, Eleazar Gomez, who played "Danny Seco", and Jack Duarte, during the play's first season. The play began on 17 October 2013 at Teatro Nextel in Mexico City. It ran for 10 weeks and closed its first season on 22 December 2013. In September 2013, Goto and the ensemble cast recorded an album, featuring songs from the play.[20][21] On 17 December 2013, Vaselina was picked up for a second season which began on 16 January 2014 and concluded on 13 April 2014. Performances were held in Mexico City at the Centro Cultural Telmex.[22] On 26 July 2014, the third season of Vaselina ended in Toluca, Mexico. Two days later, the entire cast was replaced by new actors for the upcoming season; Irán Castillo, who played "Sandy" in the 1994 Mexican production, replaced Goto. In total, Goto appeared in over 100 performances during the play's three seasons.[23]

On 13 February 2014, Goto auditioned for producer Juan Osorio's telenovela, Mi Corazón Es Tuyo at Televisa San Ángel in Mexico City. The telenovela is an adaptation based on the 2002 Spanish television show, Ana y los 7. She auditioned for the role of "Fanny Lascurain". On 16 February 2014, producer Juan Osorio officially confirmed her participation in the telenovela via Twitter.[24] Filming for the telenovela began on 21 April 2014. The telenovela filmed in Mexico City at Televisa San Ángel and at various locations throughout the State of Mexico. The telenovela began airing weekdays at 8:25 p.m. in Mexico on 30 June 2014 on Canal de las Estrellas, replacing Qué pobres tan ricos.[25] Actors Carmen Salinas, Rafael Inclán, and Adrián Uribe also starred in the telenovela. In the United States, the telenovela premiered on 21 July 2014 at 8 p.m. E.T. on Univision. The telenovela's final episode aired in Mexico on 1 March 2015. The finale aired in the US on 27 March 2015.[26][27]

On 6 February 2015, producers of Mi Corazón Es Tuyo announced that a stage version of the telenovela had been commissioned due to its popularity in Mexico. The family friendly version of the play featured the Lascurain family and Goto reprised her role as "Fanny". Filming for Mi Corazón Es Tuyo wrapped in mid-February. A special concert, which served as the telenovela's finale and featured performances by Goto, the cast, and other special guests, was filmed on 21 February 2015 at La Bombonera in Toluca, Mexico. The stage version of Mi Corazón Es Tuyo debuted in Pubela, Mexico on 6 March 2015. Additional performances were given in various cities throughout Mexico, including Guadalajara, Monterrey, León during March. Performances in Mexico City were held in April 2015. The play finished in mid-May 2015 in Cancún.[28][29]

In early July 2015, Goto travelled to New York City to participate in a five-week summer "Physical Theatre" course at Stella Adler Studio of Acting, in order to refresh her skills as an actress. She returned to Mexico City in early August 2015. On 5 November 2015, it was confirmed that Goto would star in "Un camino hacia el destino", producer Nathalie Lartilleux's telenovela based on the 2003 Mexican telenovela, La Hija del Jardinero. She auditioned against four other actresses for the lead role and received news of her casting in early November 2015. Her role in the telenovela also required her to take violin lessons before production began.[30] Filming began outside Mexico City on 23 November 2015. The telenovela premiered on 25 January 2016 in Mexico. It premiered in the U.S. on 26 February 2016[31] and aired weeknights on Canal de las Estrellas and Univision. The program's finale aired in the summer of 2016. Goto sings the telenovela's theme song, Mi camino eres tú.[32][33][34][35]

2016 to present

In late October 2016, Goto was cast in the western adventure film, "La Leyenda Del Diamante" (previously called "El diamante rojo"), which commenced filming in November 2016 in Mexico City. Filming ended in early December of that same year. The movie later premiered on Netflix in 2019.[36] On 22 February 2017, Goto was announced as the lead for producer Nathalie Lartilleux's new telenovela, "El vuelo de la victoria". Loosely based on a true story, Goto plays a runner who trains for the Olympics. Filming began in Mexico City on 2 May 2017. The telenovela premiered in Mexico on the network, Las estrellas on 10 July 2017.[37][38] [39]

In January 2018, Goto embarked on a national tour in Mexico as part of the cast of the comedy-drama play, "Dios mío hazme viuda por favor", based on the 2004 book of the same name by author, Josefina Vazquez Mota. The play, which tells the stories of five women's marital issues, ran in Mexico until February 2018.[40]

In July 2019, Goto announced her return to television to film a lead role in the Mexican drama, "Vencer en silencio". Filming commenced in Mexico City on 2 July, lasting for several months.[41] The telenovela will premiere in Mexico on 20 January 2020.[42]

Goto was cast in her first leading film role in the Mexican comedy-drama movie, 'Veinteañera, divorciada y fantástica’, with production held in Mexico City in November 2018. The movie is a spin-off of the 2016 Mexican comedy, 'Treintona, Soltera y Fantástica’. The movie will premiere in theaters in March 2020 in Mexico.[43]

On 27 November 2019, Goto was announced as part of the cast for the upcoming Mexican film, 'Dioas al Asfarto'.[44]

Other television projects

From April to June 2015, Goto traveled to Miami, Florida to film several appearances as a co-judge on the Sábado Gigante children's variety talent segment, "Estrellas del Futuro". The segment aired on Saturday evenings on Univision in the U.S. On 30 June 2015, she and Eleazar Gomez co-hosted the "Barbie Awards", a show recognizing young women who participate in philanthropy, journalism, sports, business, and acting. The show aired on 11 July 2015 on Canal 5.[45][46]

Goto was a coach on the children's talent variety show, "Pequeños Gigantes USA", the U.S. version of the Mexican show of the same name. In January 2017, she relocated to Miami to film the show. The program premiered on Univision on 6 February 2017. It airs weeknights from Monday through Thursday.[47][48]

Music career

Debut album: Paulina Goto (2010-2011)

Following the success of Niña de mi Corazón, Goto signed a contract with Sony Music Mexico in the spring of 2010 to record and release her own album as a solo artist. Carlos Lara composed many of the album's songs. Lynda Thomas and Pedro Damián were also collaborators in the recording of the album.[49] Singer-songwriter, Dulce María, also contributed songs for the album. Before the album's release, two songs, Mio and A Pesar del Tiempo, were used on Niña de mi Corazón to promote the upcoming release of the CD. On 7 June 2010, her first single, Mio, was released digitally and physically to both iTunes and MixUp stores throughout Mexico. The single received over 39,000 plays on the radio within weeks of its release. The music video was filmed in May 2010 and released in conjunction with the final episodes of Niña de mi Corazón. Goto released her self-titled debut album on 22 June 2010.[50]

During its first week of release, the album charted at number 7 on Mexico's Top Album charts for iTunes.[51] The album debuted at number 66 on the Mexican Top 100 Album Charts during its first week of release. It peaked at number 43 on AMPROFON for one week, spending a total of four weeks in the Top 100.[52] To promote her CD, Goto performed at various radio shows and festivals in Mexico and Central America throughout the remainder of the year. At the end of 2010, Goto lent her vocals to the song La Vida es un cuento de hadas real for the film Barbie, Barbie Moda Mágica en Paris. The album's second single, Vete al Diablo, was scheduled to be released sometime in 2011 but was later cancelled for unspecified reasons. No other further singles or tours were scheduled for release.

Eme 15

After earning the lead role in Miss XV, Goto joined Eme 15, the fictional pop band featured on the show. She was the lead singer; the other five members: Elezar Gómez, Natasha Dupeyrón, Macarena Achaga, Yago Muñoz, and Jack Duarte, also appeared on the show as actors.[53] The band released their first music video, Wonderland, on 4 April 2012. The video was filmed in October 2011 at Las Pozas, a garden in Xilitla, San Luis Potosí.[54]Wonderland was officially released for digital download on iTunes in Mexico on 24 April 2012. The band's debut album, Eme 15, was available internationally for digital download and physical release on 26 June 2012. The album debuted at number 2 on the Mexican Top 100 Album Charts on 1 July 2012.[55] It reached number one in Mexico on 23 July 2012.[56] Their debut album was certified gold in Argentina for sales of 30,000 and platinum in Mexico for sales of 60,000 or more units.[57]

On 18 December 2013, it was officially announced to fans via the band's official Twitter account that the band would split up, following their final concert on 5 January 2014 at the Mega Feria Imperial de Acapulco in Acapulco, Mexico.[58]

Second studio album and other music (2013 to present)

In April 2013, Goto performed material from her debut album and new songs at a solo concert at the Fiestas de Abril Tampico in her home state of Tamaulipas.[59] The following year, she performed at the festival again, debuting new material of her own composition.[60] In July 2014, Goto confirmed that she was in the process of writing songs and meeting with producers for her upcoming her sophomore album. She revealed that the album would have a mixture of electro-pop and acoustic influences.[61][62] On 24 June 2014, she recorded a song called "Llévame Despacio", which is used during her scenes on Mi corazón es tuyo. The song was written by Mauricio L. Arriaga and J. Eduardo Murguía. On 23 July 2014, she filmed a lyric video in Mexico City for the song and later released it via her YouTube account on 26 July 2014.

On 3 November 2014, Goto confirmed in an interview that she composed songs with songwriters, Guillermo Méndez Guiú and Carlos Lara. Lara previously contributed material to both Goto and Eme 15's respective debut albums.[63][64] On 4 February 2015, "Llévame Despacio" was released worldwide as a digital promo single on iTunes.[65] On 3 July 2015, Goto announced that "Mi corazón es un país", would be the lead single from her upcoming untitled sophomore album. The single was written by Carlos Lara.

In 2015, it was announced that Paulina will sing once again the main song for a Barbie movie, "Barbie Campamento Pop".[66]

On 7 October 2015, Goto filmed the music video for Mi corazón es un país at Teatro de la Ciudad in Mexico City. The video was directed by Pedro Damián. The song was later released on iTunes and Spotify on 11 November 2015 for digital download and streaming. The music video was released on 29 April 2016. In early May 2016, Goto revealed that the album would contain between 6 and 7 songs in English and Spanish.[67][68][69]

On 4 August 2017, Goto released the single, "Creo en tu amor", on the independent record label, "Touristas", with the help of Mexican singer-songwriter, Cecy Leos. The song was recorded in late 2015. The single is available for digital download on iTunes and other streaming platforms. A lyric music video was later released on 16 August 2017.[70]

In 2018, Goto returned to her music with a new single, 'Tú sigue', released on 4 October 2018 on digital streaming platforms.[71] On 14 February 2019, she followed up with her next single, "#Quién?".[72]

On 11 November 2019, she released the first single, 'Hasta la vista', from her upcoming second album.[73]

Spokesmodel career

On 5 February 2014, Goto was announced as the new face of Tampico Miramar, a tourism campaign aiming to attractive more visitors to her home state, Tamaulipas. Goto appeared in print advertisements and a promotional video which was filmed various tourist locations in the state for the campaign.[74] In November 2014, Goto modeled clothing from the Spring/Summer 2015 collection in the fashion catalogue, "Mundo Terra". The collection was released in January 2015. She later appeared in the Autumn/Winter catalogue for the brand in the fall of 2015 and the Spring/Summer catalogue released in early 2016.

In January 2018, Goto, along with 11 "beauty influencers" from social media platforms, was chosen to design her own lipstick in collaboration with the makeup brand, MAC Cosmetics. The lipstick was later released as part of a limited edition piece of MAC's Spring 2018 line. Goto is the first Mexican actress to collaborate with the cosmetics brand on a lipstick.[75][76]

Personal life

Goto resides in Mexico City, where she has lived since she was 17 years old. She is fluent in English and Spanish. In June 2016, she revealed that she was in a relationship with Argentine actor, Horacio Pancheri, who she co-starred with in the telenovela, Un camino hacia el destino. As of 2018, Paulina and Horacio ended their relationship.[77]


Year Title Role Notes
2016 "Theater Snobs" Paulina/Herself Unreleased short film. Debut English-speaking role
2017 "Yo soy Pepito" Lucia[78] Film debut
2018 "La Leyenda Del Diamante" Ana Premiered on Netflix internationally in 2019
2020 Veinteañera, divorciada y fantástica Regina Comedy
Diosas del asfalto TBA
Year Title Role Notes
2008-2009 Roomies Herself Television hostess
2010 Niña de mi corazón Andrea Paz / Andrés Paz Lead role/Acting debut
2012 Miss XV Valentina Contreras Lead role
2014-2015 Mi corazón es tuyo Estefanía "Fanny" Lascuráin Diez Co-lead role
2016 Un camino hacia el destino Luisa Fernanda Lead role
2017 Pequeños Gigantes USA Herself Captain; team eliminated on episode 15
El vuelo de la victoria Victoria Lead role
2020 Vencer el miedo Marcela Dúran Lead role
2020 Vencer el desamor Marcela Dúran Guest role
2021 Madre sólo hay dos Mariana Herrera Lead role
2022 Vencer la ausencia Marcela Dúran Guest role


Year Production Role Notes
2011 El Knack Female protagonist Theatre debut
2013-2014 Vaselina Sandy Tontales Mexican production of Grease
2015 Mi corazón es tuyo Estefanía "Fanny" Lascuráin Diez Stage adaptation of Mi corazón es tuyo
2018 Dios mío hazme viuda por favor Silene Comedy-drama


Solo Studio Album
Year Album details Peak chart positions
2010 Paulina Goto
  • Released: 22 June 2010 (Mexico & USA)
  • Label: Sony Music Entertainment México
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or not released to that country
2020 11:11
  • Released: 2020 (Mexico)
  • Label: TBA
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or not released to that country

Discography with Eme 15

Studio album
Year Album details Peak chart positions
2012 Eme 15
  • Released: 26 June 2012 (Internationally)
  • Label: Warner Music México
1[79] 1[80]
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or not released to that country
Live album
Year Album details Peak chart positions
2013 Wonderland-Zona Preferente
  • Released: 30 April 2013
  • Label: Warner Music México
  • Format: CD and DVD (Physical and digital)
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or not released to that country


Year Song Album
2010 "Mío" Paulina Goto
2012 "Wonderland" (as a member of Eme 15) Eme 15
"Solamente tú" (as a member of Eme 15)
2013 "Diferente" (as a member of Eme 15) Wonderland-Zona Preferente
2015 "Llévame despacio" Non-album single
"Mi corazón es un país"
2017 "Creo en tu amor"
2018 "Tú Sigue"
"Tú Sigue (Acústico)"
2019 "#Quién?"
"Hasta la vista" 11:11
"Hasta la vista (Acústica)"
2020 "Rompe (Vencer el Miedo)"
"Golpe Avisa"

Music videos

Year Music Video Album/Project Artist
2010 "Mio" Paulina Goto Herself
"Por estar juntos un año más" Televisa New Year's Eve 2010 Campaign Herself and various artists
2012 "Wonderland" Eme 15 Eme 15
"Solamente tú"
2013 "Diferente" (Live from the Auditorio Nacional) Wonderland-Zona Preferente
"Te quiero más" Eme 15
"Vivan los niños" "Vivan los Niños" campaign
"Baila" "Muévete con Chester Cheetos" campaign
2014 "Llévame Despacio" (Lyric video) Non-album single Herself
2016 "Mi corazón es un país"
2017 "Creo en tu amor" (Lyric video)
2018 "Tú sigue"
"Tú sigue (Acústico)"
2019 "#Quien?"
"Hasta la vista" 11:11
"Hasta la vista (Versión Acústica)"
2020 "Rompe (Vencer el Miedo)"
"Golpe Avisa"

Awards and nominations

TVyNovelas Awards
Year Category Nominated works Result
2011 Best Young Actress Niña de mi corazón Won
2015 Best Young Actress Mi corazón es tuyo Won
Best Smile (Favoritos del Público TVyNovelas Awards[82]) Mi corazón es tuyo Won
Kids' Choice Awards México
Year Category Nominated works Result
2012 Actriz Favorita (Favorite Actress) Miss XV Won
2015 Actriz Favorita (Favorite Actress) Mi corazón es tuyo Won
2015 Canción Favorita (Favorite Song) "Llévame Despacio" Nominated
2016 Actriz Favorita (Favorito Actress) Un camino hacia el destino Nominated
Kids' Choice Awards Argentina
Year Category Nominated works Result
2012 Actriz Favorita (Favorite Actress) Miss XV Nominated
MTV Latin America Millennial Awards
Year Category Nominated works Result
2015 Pareja en llamas (Couple on Fire) Mi corazón es tuyo Won (Shared with Juan Pablo Gil)[83])


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