Degrassi: The Next Generation is a Canadian teen drama television series created by Linda Schuyler and Yan Moore.
The series is now considered the first incarnation and premiered on CTV on October 14, 2001 and then ended on MTV Canada and Teen Nick on August 2, 2015.
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At the age of 16, she began her full-time career as an actress and graduated from the acting school CEFAC TV Azteca. She maintains a close friendship with Andrés Palacios, actor who has shared repeatedly, with Amor en Custodia, the interpretation in which both marked their successful career. She began her career at age twelve in plays and sixteen in television.
Her figure has become known in Mexican television through the role of "Barbara Bazterrica" in the telenovela Amor en custodia.
It is the fourth series set in the fictional Degrassi universe created by Schuyler and Kit Hood in 1979.
Like its predecessors, Degrassi: The Next Generation follows a group of students from Degrassi Community School, a fictional school in Toronto, Ontario, and depicts some of the typical issues and challenges common to a teenager's life.
The native of Baja California also noted that neither mother looks like in the coming months, but if a baby will surprise you to know and teach many things that would give a very nice life that little human being.
During summer break, Adam was involved in a car accident after texting Becky while driving and later passes away during surgery, leaving all of his loved ones in mourning.
When Torres was killed off from the series in 2013, controversy ensued, When Degrassi introduced its large and loyal audience to Adam Torres, an authentic, multi-dimensional transgender character, the show not only made television history, but set a new standard industry standard for LGBT inclusion.
She modeled for the Mexican edition of GQ magazine.
Paola Núñez started acting in theater at the age of twelve.
The Mexican actress made the villain in the new mini series Cien Años de Perdón, a co-production of FIC Latin America and Teleantioquia through Fox Telecolombia same starring actors Ana Claudia Talancón and Manolo Cardona, written by Luis Langlemey (Kdabra, Cumbia Ninja).