Cafecito: Actress Kate Del Castillo Talks Mexican Roots, Love Life, Human Rights | NBC Southern California

Cafecito: Actress Kate Del Castillo Talks Mexican Roots, Love Life, Human Rights

Actress Kate del Castillo join Cafecito to discuss her love life, human rights and her Mexican roots. (Published Saturday, Jan. 24, 2015)

Actress, activist and star of Telemundo's new super series "Duenos del Paraiso" (Masters of Paradise) Kate del Castillo discusses her Mexican roots, what she looks for in a companion and why it's important to fight against human trafficking and animal abuse.

The proud 42-year-old Latina, who is most known for her role as Teresa Mendoza in the wildly popular novela "La Reina del Sur,"  offered her advice for young people trying to realize their dreams.

For more on her upcoming projects and humanitarian work visit katedelcastillo.us or follow her on Twitter @katedelcastillo.

Previous interviews on Cafecito:

Cafecito: Michael Pena on "Chavez"

[LA] Cafecito: Michael Pena on "Chavez"
Actor Michael Pena talks about the responsibility he felt playing the lead role in the biopic "Cesar Chavez". (Published Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015)

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Video Editor: Michael Tomczyk
Director of Photography: Brian Caraveo
Camera: Steven Diaz
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