ISABELLA SANTO DOMINGO

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Isabella Santo Domingo (1968, Colombia) is a writer, playwright, TV hostess, journalist and actress.
As a journalist she was editor-in-chief for Shock magazine and her press articles and columns have been published in Ecuador, Panama, Dominican Republic and the U.S.
She has acted in a number of soap operas and films such as the Colombian version of Survivor (Desafío, 2004).
In 2010, CANAL Caracol in conjunction with Sony Channel,  launched a series entitled Los caballeros las prefieren brutas (Gentlemen prefer dummies) based on the eponymous best-seller.
In addition to her best-selling Los caballeros las prefieren brutas (Penguin Random House, 2010), which has sold over 500 000 copies worldwide, her literary accomplishments include books such as De la ruptura a la sutura, A.M/F.M (Ediciones B, Spain, 2011 and 2012), and Sexorcismo  published by Planeta Colombia, 2013.
Isabella Santo Domingo has won a number of awards for her work as writer and actress. She has also been nominated for ‘Woman of the Year’ by Calvin Klein, and ALÓ, Fucsia and Cromos magazines.

She is presently on tour in Latin America and the United States with Los caballeros las prefieren brutas, while putting the finishing touches on a monologue based on her novel Sexorcismo and writing the play Frustr-Hadas (Frust-Hated).

 

WORK

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LOS CABALLEROS LAS PREFIEREN BRUTAS (Gentlemen prefer dummies)
Currently on tour in Latin America and the United States

In the wake of international acclaim for her book Los caballeros las prefieren brutas and the resounding success of the eponymous television show produced by Sony Channel, Isabella Santo Domingo has taken her talent and irreverent sarcasm to the stage with a very funny stand-up routine on the war of the sexes, the purpose of marriage, divorce, male chauvinism and even Barbie, as well as the life ideally sought by women at large.
Over the last 4 years, Isabella Santo Domingo has bowed to nearly 500 000 theatregoers in 500 performances staged in cities in Latin America and the United States, where her shows are consistently sold out.
For an hour and 30 minutes audiences roar with laughter as Isabella tells one hilarious story after another, gradually bringing into focus a comical, glamorous and thought-provokingX-ray of the particulars of female seduction. 
This stand-up comedy rests on the premise that ‘what they (men) don’t know is that no woman is dumb, which doesn’t mean we can’t act as if we were’,  the artist herself asserts.

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