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Cindy Luna is the American actress who portrays Cecelia on ABC's Once Upon a Time.


Cindy Luna was born in Miami, Florida, and is of Colombian descent. She worked as a model in her early teens, before she started to pursue an acting career. Her first major role came with the Telemundo telenovela Más sabe el diablo.[1]

Cindy is best known for the role as Conchita Barros on the action-drama series The Last Ship, and the starring role of detective Maria Salinas in the supernatural drama series The InBetween.[3] She also played a recurring role on the sitcom Still the King[1] and has guest starred on episodes of Castle, The Bold and the Beautiful and Gang Related.[1][4]

Cindy is involved with women's support groups, particularly those who help women involved in drug trafficking;[1] and organizations fighting against human trafficking, such as Justice Speaks.[4]


External links


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 DET. MARIA SALINAS Played by Cindy Luna. NBC. Retrieved on September 11, 2019.
  2. TwitterLogo @ccindyluna (Cindy Luna) on Twitter (November 6, 2010). ""@Quevedo002: #FS si lo sabe Dios que lo sepa el mundo! @ccindyluna happy birthday!" Muaksssss thanks friend"
    Cindy Luna Biography, Spouse. InformationCradle (August 5, 2019). “She was born in Miami, United State on November 6, 1986.”
  3. Sunil, Aruni (June 8, 2019). 'The InBetween' star Cindy Luna says she would look for God if she was stuck in the 'inbetween'. MEAWW. “The show stars Cindy Luna, known for her role as Conchita Barros on the TNT hit drama 'The Last Ship', as detective Maria Salinas.”
  4. 4.0 4.1 Actress Cindy Luna of NBC's The Inbetween. BlogTalkRadio. Retrieved on September 11, 2019. “Luna has since gone on to book guest star roles on CBS NCIS: Los Angeles, ABC Once Upon A Time, ABC Castle, CBS The Bold and the Beautiful, and Fox Gang Related. (...) Luna is committed to her family values and strongly devoted to women's support groups, women empowerment, and organizations fighting against human trafficking like Justice Speaks. Born in Miami, her family heritage traces back to Colombia.”

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