Lucrecia Quaglia is the daughter of Colombian actress Ana Maria Orozco and her ex-husband Martin Quaglia. Born on June 11, 2004, in Bogota, Colombia, Lucrecia has one younger sibling, a sister named Mia Quaglia. Lucrecia is a musical artist and her music can be heard on SoundCloud. She is also part of a band called Sala de Maquinas and often performs with the group.

Her Mother, Ana María Orozco

Ana Maria Orozco Aristizabal, born July 4th, 1973 in Bogotá, Colombia, comes from a family of artists; her father is the well-known Colombian actor Luis Fernando Orozco, and her mother, the former radio announcer Carmenza Aristizabal. Ana Maria has always been devoted to art, dedicating her free time to painting, skating, reading, and going to the movies. Her acting career began to take off with the role of La Vera, a strange secretary in the telenovela “Perro Amor,” for which she won a Simon Bolívar Award as best supporting actress and the Shock Award for best youth actress.

Ana Maria became a household name in Colombia and Latin America as Betty, in the successful Colombian novel “Yo soy Betty, la fea.” She reappeared for the series “Ecomoda,” a continuation of “Betty la Fea.” She has also been a guest artist in two chapters of the well-known series “Amas de Casa Desesperadas” and has collaborated on Colombian and Argentine versions of “Mujeres Asesinas.” Ana Maria was married to Argentine musician Martín Quaglia and the couple had two daughters together, Lucrecia and Mia (born October 2009 in Buenos Aires, Argentina). They divorced in 2012.

Her Aunt, Verónica Orozco

Verónica Orozco Aristizábal is a Colombian actress and singer who was born on June 8, 1979. After appearing in the Colombian TV musical show Okidoki, Orozco released three albums under the group name Okidoki and began her solo career in 2006 with the album Verónica Orozco. She has also starred in numerous television series, including Oki Doki, Dejémonos de Vainas, Prisioneros Del Amor, La Madre, Francisco el Matemático, Alicia En el País de Las Mercancías, Isabel Me la Veló, La Lectora, Las Noches de Luciana, El Elegido, Mujeres asesinas, Los Protegidos, A Corazón Abierto, Anónima, Bloque de búsqueda, Hermanos y hermanas, La gloria de Lucho and Siempre bruja.

Additionally, Orozco has appeared in several films, such as Bogotá 2016, Bluff, Sanandresito and El Caso Watson. She has also released several singles, including “Las Bragas,” “Miénteme,” “Descarada,” “¿Dónde Está Mi Varón?” and “Mala.” In January 2007, Orozco married Colombian comedian Martín de Francisco, but they separated in April 2010 and divorced later the same year. She then had a daughter, Violeta, with psychologist Juan Sebastian Restrepo in 2012.

Her Grandfather, Luis Fernando Orozco

Luis Fernando Orozco was a Colombian actor with a long and successful career in film and television. He starred in films such as El Río de Las Tumbas (1964), Préstame Tu Marido (1973), La Sombra de un Pecado (1970) and Imaginum (2005), as well as television shows such as Candó (1969), Don Chinche (1974), Gallito Ramírez (1986), La Rosa de Los Vientos (1989), Alejo, la Búsqueda del Amor (2001), El Precio del Silencio (2002), Bolívar: El Héroe (2003), Un Bandido Honrado (2019), and El General Naranjo (2019). Orozco passed away on January 2, 2020.