Born in Caracas, Sabrina Seara showed an early aptitude for acting and modeling, beginning her career in television commercials and ad campaigns in Venezuela at the age of 16. She studied acting under renowned coach Marcos Reyes Andrade and received a scholarship to continue her training at RCTV’s 1BC Academy, where she studied with Ralph Kinnard.
Sabrina’s first starring role came in the series “Guayoyo Express” on Venezuela’s TELEVEN network. From there she went on to appear in a number of hit productions that brought her international recognition, among them “María Lionza,” “Gato Tuerto,” “ISA TKM,” "Los Misterios Del Amor," “Harina de Otro Costal” and “Válgame Dios.”
In late 2012, after completing the Venezuelan telenovela "Válgame Dios," Sabrina moved to Miami to play the leading role of Penélope Santillana in Telemundo’s "Pasión Prohibida."
In 2013 she starred in “Nora,” produced by Cadena Tres for Telemundo Internacional. She joined the cast of season three (2015) of Telemundo’s Emmy award-winning Super Series™ “El Señor de los Cielos” as Esperanza Salvatierra, a role she reprised in the fourth (2016) and fifth (2017) seasons.
Seara will star as “Erika” in Telemundo’s “Mi Familia Perfecta,” which premieres on Monday, April 9th at 8pm/7c on.