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The Tomatometer is 60% or higher.
The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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When her father, the famous musician Zbigniew Paleta was offered a job in Mexico, the Paleta family settled there permanently. Ludwika was taken by her sister, Dominika Paleta to an audition, and impressed the casting directors so much that soon after, she was offered her first television job in Carrusel (1989). Paleta became an instant celebrity with her character, and a sex-symbol among Mexican preteen boys. Three years later, in 1992, she returned to the small screen in what she calls her favorite television job yet, El Abuelo y Yo opposite Gael Garcia Bernal. Ludwika Paleta has obtained great fame and popularity in the Latin American country that has been her home since she was merely a child. She is the Daughter of Barbara Paciorek and the famous musician Zbigniew Paleta. Her sister, Dominika Paleta, is also an actress. In an interview, Ludwika Paleta declared that she loves both Mexico and Poland, but that she does not see herself living outside Mexico in the future. She is also fluent in Spanish, Polish, and English. Paleta is currently married to Mexican actor, Plutarco Haza. Their son, Nicolás, was born November 11, 1999.