Dacia Arcaraz Net Worth (2024): Height, Age, Full Name, Bio

Alex | Last Updated On March 7th, 2022

Dacia Arcaraz is a renowned Mexican actress who has portrayed different characters in films and dramas. Her fans love her for the phenomenal job she has done so far in the field of acting. She doesn’t belong to this era but still, she has a lot of young fans and followers.

Dacia Arcaraz's Net Worth

As of 2024, Dacia Arcaraz's net worth is estimated to be $2.5 million.

Net Worth$2.5 million
Given NameDacia del Pilar Arcaraz González
Famous NameDacia Arcaraz
Source(s) of FameActress
Date of BirthMarch 8, 1967
Place of BirthMexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
RelationshipsSingle, ,

Early Life

Dacia Arcaraz was born as Dacia del Pilar Arcaraz González on the 8th of March, 1967. She belongs to the Gonzalez family. Her hometown is Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico. She has never shared the details about her parents though. We don’t even know about her siblings as she has never talked about it.

There is no information available regarding her education and childhood. It seems like she has never talked about her early life in her interviews or shows.

Career Highlights

We don’t know how and why Dacia chose acting as her career. However, she made her film debut with El niño y la Estrella in 1976 when she was too young. Four years later, she acted in El Noa Noa which was again a film.

In 1990, she played the role of Romina in Ruleta mortal and Griega in Comando de federales. The same year, she appeared in two more films named Triste juventud and Secta satánica: El enviado del Sr. In 1991, she acted in Panico, another film. Then, she got a chance to appear in the supporting roles of Susana and Monja in La Pícara Soñadora and Cadenas de amargura respectively.

She played another supporting role of Leonor Carvajal in Vida robada. She was the part of so many other projects as well named Dos fuerzas (1992), Horas violentas (1992),Entre la vida y la muerte (1993), Caminos cruzados (1994-95), Mujer, casos de la vida real (1994-03), Los ángeles de la muerte (1995), Sin retorno (1995), Condena para un inocente (1995).

From 1995-96, she appeared in Pobre Niña Rica as Norma, Cañaveral de Pasiones as Rosario “Chayo” de Osuna, and La Antorche Encendida as María Antonieta Morelos. All of these were her supporting roles.

From 2000-01, she appeared in the supporting role of Angie Elia in Abrázame Muy Fuerte.

In 2001, she chose the supporting role of Malena Cataño in María Belén. She also did Por un puñado de tierra (2002), and a TV series XHDRbZ.

In 2003-04, her supporting roles were named as Érika Godínez and Diana Salazar in Bajo la misma piel and Amarte es mi Pecado respectively

She also appeared in the 1st Episode: ” Los Big Tacos” of La Jaula.

She has been a part of numerous other projects as well, i.e. Como quien pierde una estrella , Mañana es para siempre, Mi pecado, Un Refugio para el Amor, Por Siempre Mi, and so many more.

From 2007-08, she performed the role of an antagonist named Yadira del Pilar Cachón De la Cueva in Yo amo a Juan Querendón.

From 2011-12, she made a special appearance in the role of Ofelia Ávalos in Una familia con suerte.

The highlights of Dacia Arcaraz’s acting career are Pobre niña rica (1995), Mi querida Isabel (1996), and Mañana es para siempre (2008).

She has also won the Ariel award for being the best actress.

Personal Life

Dacia Arcaraz loves to read and travel. However, when it comes to the detail of her dating life, there is no concrete information available on the internet. She seems to be a private person.

Social Media

Dacia Arcaraz is not active on any social media platform. There are a few private accounts on Instagram with her name, however, we are not sure whether they belong to her or not.


Dacia Arcaraz has been a part of a significant number of films, television series, shows, and dramas. She is an inspiration for a lot of young celebrities and influencers. Her net worth is estimated to be around $2.5 million.

Dacia Arcaraz has sometimes been associated with other Actors such as Annapurna, Win Metawin, Michael Cole, Howard McNear, Yoo Gun, Takami Yoshimoto, Rose Schlossberg, Jack Bardoe, and Frank Thanatsaran Samthonglai.