Laura Bozzo is one of the most famous female conductors in Latin America and throughout her television career she forged a significant fortune.
According to the Famous People Net Worth site, the Peruvian has a net worth of three million dollars, a figure that she managed to build thanks to her work as an entertainer and in advertising. However, it is believed that the amount could be even higher.
Bozzo is a lawyer with a postgraduate degree in Philosophy. However, she found her work space on television and in 1994 she hosted the feminist program “Women Have the Word”, which was broadcast on the RBC signal.
Two years later the production was lifted and this opened the doors to “Laura in America”, the show that marked a before and after in television formats, since it dealt with unusual topics for the moment such as family conflicts, poverty and The education.
Hence the famous phrase “Miss Laura”, which the participants told her and which is used by the public to this day.
Despite her fame, Laura is in the eye of the storm due to her legal and financial problems, for which she served several years in prison, after being arrested on July 17, 2002 while trying to catch a plane to Miami.