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Born: Barranquilla, Colombia
Sofia Vergara was born on July 10, 1972 in the city of Barranquilla, Colombia. Her parents were very successful in the farming business, so Sophia was sent to a private school where and studied two languages, English and Spanish. Immediately after high school girl wanted to go to Columbia University and to become a dentist, but a meeting with a photographer on the beach forever changed the life of young Sofia.
Already at the age of seventeen Vergara starred in Pepsi commercial, which has been in the long rotation around the world. At the age of 20 years, Sofia moved to Bogotá, the capital of Colombia, where starred for the leading magazines of the country and the world.
Since 1995, Sofia regularly appeared on the television in the role of traveling TV show host. That career brought her fame as in Colombia and throughout Latin America, and later among the Hispanic population of the United States.
In 1998, after her brother's death as a result of kidnapping, Sofia and her mother moved to the United States. Sofia Vergara was married to Joe Gonzalez, from whom she has a son Manolo. The couple broke up in 1993. July 10, 2012 Sofia announced her engagement to Nick Loeb. Since May 2014 she is dating Joe Manganiello.
This beautiful stunning woman has overcome the thyroid cancer at the age of 28. This period was very difficult for the Sofia because of her divorce. She used to take care of her little son and to fight for her life alone.
In 2004, Sofia Vergara focused on creating own collection of fashionable clothes. She gave the workplaces, nearly, to fifteen hundred of her compatriots. During her public work in 2000 she received the title of "Woman of the Year". In 2002, Sofia Vergara was the first Colombian, who received the title of "Women of Hope", becoming a role model for young women of South America.
In June 2013 two wax copies of the actress appeared in Madame Tussauds Museum.
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