Aracely Arámbula was born in the city of Chihuahua, in the homonymous state located in the north of Mexico, on March 6, 1975.1 She participated in beauty contests. In 1996, Aracely was named as Rostro del Heraldo de México, with which her career began to emerge.
She had small participation in the soap operas Prisionera de amor (1994), Acapulco, cuerpo y alma (1995) and Canción de amor (1996). During her third year of studies at Televisa’s Center for Artistic Education (CEA), Aracely was given the opportunity to perform in the soap opera Cañaveral de pasiones (1996).
In 1997 Aracely interpreted the young version of the personage of Verónica Castro in Pueblo chico, infierno grande. Then, she acted in the telenovelas El alma no tiene color y Rencor apasionado, in which she interpreted her first antagonistic role. The first protagonist of Aracely Arámbula came with the soap opera Soñadoras de (1998) and then participated in Alma rebelde in (1999).
In 2000 she starred in Abrázame muy fuerte by the producer Salvador Mejía, with Fernando Colunga. Started Las vías del amor in 2002 with Jorge Salinas. In addition to music and television, Aracely ventured into the theater with plays such as Muchachos de Nueva York, Coqueluche and Hermanos de Sangre.
In 2008 she made a stop in her career as an actress and was the host of the television program Todo Bebé. In 2009 Aracely Arámbula returned to the sets of television to be the protagonist of Corazón Salvaje, in which she had a double paper next to Eduardo Yañez. In 2010 she debuted as the protagonist of the montage Perfume de Gardenia.
In 2013 she returned to the telenovelas with La patrona, a production of Telemundo and Argos in which she shared credits with Christian Bach and Jorge Luis Pila.
In 2014 she stars in Los Miserables, a production of Telemundo next to Erik Hayser.
In 2016 participated the production of Telemundo La Doña as Altagracia Sandoval.
During 2017 participated in the Podcast Bienvenido a la vida peligrosa, a series produced by Podium Podcast written by Arturo Perez-Reverte and directed by Guillermo Arriaga.
As a singer, Aracely Arámbula was nominated at the Billboard Awards in the categories of best album, best duet and best regional Mexican theme with Sólo tuya (2003), 4 later released the album Sexy, produced by A.B. Quintanilla.
She recorded two songs for La Patrona, these being “La Patrona” and “Together You and Me“.
From 2005 until early 2009, Arámbula was a partner of the singer Luis Miguel, with whom she had two children: Miguel, born on January 1, 2007, and Daniel, born on December 18, 2008.