Character Guides Cast and Characters: Netflix's Siempre Bruja (Always A Witch)

Cast and Characters: Netflix’s Siempre Bruja (Always A Witch)

The following is a list of cast and characters from the Netflix program Siempre Bruja (Always A Witch) and their status at the end of the season(s).

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Characters description and pictures used are changed as notable information is presented and better screenshots are taken. Please note: This is not an exhaustive list of every cast member. Only those who have presented themselves as an important part of the show are noted. With the exception of some guest stars.

How characters end each season are presented on the second page after the season has concluded.


Introduced Season 1

Angely Gaviria Plays Carmen

Carmen (Angely Gaviria) during a slave auction.
Carmen (Angely Gaviria)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “A Leap In Time”

Born in the 1600s to people who were enslaved, it was discovered early on that Carmen had a gift. Said gift, which is first shown just through herbology, was a secret but of great use to the local population – especially after vicious whippings. However, at the age of 18, she was sold to the family of Cristobal. Luckily, despite her dark skin, she worked in the house and was given far more kindness than her pears. In fact, Cristobal fell for her and that led to both of their undoing.

But, to correct what happened in the past, Carmen made a deal with an immortal named Aldemar. Leading to Carmen to travel through time and end up in the year 2018. Making it quite lucky she was one of the few slaves to learn how to read and write or else it wouldn’t be just a culture shock she’d have to deal with.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

  • Episode 2: We learn that, through the power of touch, Carmen can have visions of a person’s past. This ability even extends to touching something of their’s to help find them.
  • Episode 3: We’re told Carmen is the Chosen One, but aren’t given much in the way of details in what that means for her. Well, besides eventually facing off with Lucien.
  • Episode 5: Within reason, it is revealed Carmen can heal herself.
  • Episode 6: It seems, at max potential, Carmen can read minds and, from a picture, has enough intuition to pick up basic information on who a person is.

Luis Fernando Hoyos Plays Aldemar

Aldemar (Luis Fernando Hoyos) talking to Carmen and trying to make a deal.
Aldemar (Luis Fernando Hoyos)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “A Leap In Time”

An immortal man imprisoned in 1646 Cartagena for reasons not revealed in the pilot, it is also revealed to us he is a warlock. One who wishes to help Carmen revive her love, but only if she transports a necklace with a pure rock within it to a woman named Ninibe. The importance of this rock isn’t made 100% clear but based off the way Ninibe talks in present day, it may be the key to winning a war.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

 


Lenard Canderaa Plays Cristobal

Cristobal (Lenard Vanderaa) during Carmen being auctioned.
Cristobal (Lenard Vanderaa)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “A Leap In Time”

Cristobal is Carmen’s love interest, and part of a slave-owning family. However, while he isn’t introduced as someone against the system or the privileges he has, he sees no reason to be cruel to those enslaved. This affection for those enslaved ends up his Achilles heel for he ends up falling in love with Carmen and his defense of her being his undoing.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

  • Cristobal is 19 in the series.


Veronica Orozco Plays Ninibe

Ninibe (Veronica Orozco) while talking to Carmen.
Ninibe (Veronica Orozco)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “A Leap In Time”

A witch who is a biology professor, to hide her truth, is possibly the key to this war between Aldermar and a being named Lucien. However, while assumed to be talented and part of a coven, it seems Ninibe is far from the strongest and her lack of ability to defend herself leaves Carmen vulnerable.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

 


Duban Prado Plays Daniel

Daniel (Duban Prado) being touched by Carmen and his past being seen.
Daniel (Duban Prado)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 2 “A University Witch”

Daniel is Alicia’s brother, but not by blood, and is a bit of a party animal. Making him the complete opposite of Alicia who is far more serious and also studious.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series


Sofia Araujo Plays Alicia

Alicia (Sofia Araujo) leaving class.
Alicia (Sofia Araujo)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 2 “A University Witch”

Alicia is cautious, studious, but ends up messing up her reputation due to, unfortunately, hooking up with a man willing to blackmail her using a sex tape they made.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

  • Episode 5: Alicia’s younger brother, JuanJo, is revealed to be a drug addict


Dylan Duentes Plays Johnny Ki

Johnny Ki (Dylan Duentes) blackmailing Carmen.
Johnny Ki (Dylan Duentes)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 2 “A University Witch”

Annoying grandson by day and musician by night, Johnny Ki was never fond of Carmen and with discovering she is a witch? Oh, he has plans for her.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

  • Episode 3: Johnny’s parents died due to a boating accident he caused. He has since looked for those who claim a connection to the other world, or magic, to seek forgiveness from them.

Constanza Duque Plays Adelaida

Adelaida (Constanza Duque) agreeing to let Carmen stay at the hostel.
Adelaida (Constanza Duque)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 2 “A University Witch”

Johnny’s grandmother and likely one of Cristobal’s descendants, Adelaida owns the hostel, Des Varadero, Carmen stays at and she is even kind enough to let Carmen stay in the storage room. The place where, in the 1600s, Carmen slept for it was her personal room.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series


Norma Nivia Plays Ximena

Ximena (Norma Nivia) listening to Carmen prove she is talking to Lucho.
Ximena (Norma Nivia)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 3 “Ouija”

Ninibe’s protege, she too works at the college as an instructor but when it comes to witch stuff, while more knowledgeable than Carmen, she isn’t a replacement for Ninibe. In fact, with Ninibe gone, and her losing her son, she wants little, if anything, to do with magic. Especially in regards to fighting Lucien.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series


Jose Restrepo Plays Lucho

A picture of Lucho (Jose Restrepo) from his Facebook.
Lucho (Jose Restrepo)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 3 “Ouija”

Ximena’s son who committed suicide after being tormented by voices appears before Carmen during a botched summoning. He leaves the same episode he is summoned after reconciling with his mom over his decision to kill himself.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series


Eduardo Lopez Plays Angel

Angel (Eduardo Lopez) being haunted by Lucho.
Angel (Eduardo Lopez)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 3 “Ouija”

Before the series began, Alicia hooked up with Angel and made a sex tape with him for fun. Said tape he now tries to hold over her head to force her to be with him or have said tape released to everyone. Something that Alicia doesn’t want for with her image being that of someone respectable, intelligent, and not promiscuous, Angel could ruin everything.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series


Sebastian Eslava Plays Esteban

Esteban (Sebastian Eslava) relaxing in Bruno's backyard.
Esteban (Sebastian Eslava)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 4 “Stolen Shadow, Witch Forgotten”

When Nininbe disappears, Esteban takes over her class and becomes the professor. But, there seems to be more to him than just his ability to teach and his closeness with the student population. With him having a keen interest in Carmen, even visiting the Des Varadero and possibly stealing from her, so comes the need to question what is his truth?

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series


Valeria Emiliani Plays Mayte

Mayte (Valeria Emiliani) processing Carmen's opinion on her relationship.
Mayte (Valeria Emiliani)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 4 “Stolen Shadow, Witch Forgotten”

Born into wealth and privilege, Mayte is a mix between Alicia and Daniel in that she likes to party, but also wishes to be respectable, studious, and make her father proud.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series


Carlos Quintero Plays Leon

Leon (Carlos Quintero) asking for his past to not hold him back from a prosperous future.
Leon (Carlos Quintero)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 4 “Stolen Shadow, Witch Forgotten”

All that is known about Leon is that he is Mayte’s boyfriend, isn’t wealthy like her, and thus he has to work and can’t spend all of his time with her.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

  • Episode 5: It is revealed Leon’s family includes people in prison.
  • Episode 6: We learn his family is rich, by means of his dad illegally getting land. Also, he has a sister.

Victor Gomez Plays Bruno

Bruno (Victor Gomez) and Mayte talking about Esteban and Carmen looking cute together.
Bruno (Victor Gomez) and Mayte

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 4 “Stolen Shadow, Witch Forgotten”

Mayte’s father, the director of the Caribean Sea Research Center, and university board of director representative is a rather powerful man in Cartagena. Yet, Bruno is shown to be rather king, laidback, and welcoming to his daughter’s friends and Leon.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series


Jhon Alex Castillo Plays Braulio

Braulio (Jhon Alex Castillo) trying to get Carmen to decide to be a witch again.
Braulio (Jhon Alex Castillo)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 5 “The Festival of Candela”

Braulio is Carmen’s uncle and was the one who took her from Cuba to Cartagena, Colombia for her protection. He is also the one who taught her how to be a witch and, in present day, tried to get her to reaffirm her identity.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series


Ana Mosquera Plays Paula

Paula (Ana Mosquera) talking to baby Carmen before she has her uncle take her to Cartagena.
Paula (Ana Mosquera)

First Noted In:  Season 1, Episode 5 “The Festival of Candela”

Paula is Carmen’s mom and, like her, was a witch. Also, like her daughter, she was killed by fire. As for Carmen’s father? He was buried alive. But, before all this happens, Paula arranges with her brother for Carmen to be taken far from Cuba.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series


Juan Manuel Mendoza Plays Detective Pablo Corcel

Detective Pablo Corcel (Juan Manuel Mendoza) interrogating Sandra.
Detective Pablo Corcel (Juan Manuel Mendoza)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 6 “The Ritual of Forgetting”

Det. Corcel is one of the lead investigators in the Fire Killer case and with Carmen being one of the few survivors, he is very suspicious of her. Especially since she is very coy when interrogated and not the most forthcoming.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series


Diana Angel Plays Sandra Lima

Sandra Lima (Diana Angel) talking to Carmen and Johnny.
Sandra Lima (Diana Angel)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 6 “The Ritual of Forgetting”

A cop by day and occult enthusiast by night, it was hoped that Sandra was a real witch but she only faked it online. Thus leading to Johnny nearly causing Carmen to lose her powers, and sanity, forever.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

 


Edu Martin Plays Fernando

Fernando (Edu Martin) shocked to hear Isabel being so casual with Carmen.
Fernando (Edu Martin)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 8 “1646”

Fernando is Cristobal’s father and is a powerful man in Cartagena. He is rich, as shown by the many slaves he has acquired, and also has a connection with the Holy Inquisition which helps him maintain his power.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series


Cristina Warner Plays Isabel

Isabel (Cristina Warner) during Carmen's burning.
Isabel (Cristina Warner)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 8 “1646”

Cristobal’s mother, and Fernando’s wife, she is someone who is the biggest advocate for Carmen burning and yet changes her tune when she learns Carmen really is a witch. Perhaps not just out of fear but also because she wishes to have access to her power or finds safety in it. However, like her son, she is old fashioned and finds Carmen’s feminist ideals out of place.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

 


Nelson Camayo Plays Kankawimaku

Kankawimaku (Nelson Camayo) talking to Johnny and Mayte asking if they are willing to know the truth.
Kankawimaku (Nelson Camayo)

First Noted In: Season 1/ Episode 8 “1646”

A local indigenous shaman, and spiritual leader, Kankawimaku works with Mayte’s father on local issues and seemingly is close to Lucien.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

 


Mayra Luna Plays Hilda

Hilda (Mayra Luna) talking to Cristobal.
Hilda (Mayra Luna)

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 9 “The Time Portal”

Carmen’s best friend and one of the main ones who console Cristobal during her absence is Hilda.

Noteworthy Facts & Moments In The Series

How Each Character Is At The End of Season 1

Siempre Bruja (Always A Witch) Season 1, Episode 1 - Title Card

Angely Gaviria Plays Carmen

After defeating Aldemar, she regains her powers and seems like she’ll stay in the present.


Luis Fernando Hoyos Plays Aldemar

With Johnny stealing his powers, Aldemar finds a way to escape so that Carmen can’t completely take him out.


Lendard Canderaa Plays Cristobal

After the events of the finale, Cristobal finds himself in the present.


Veronica Orozco Plays Ninibe

With Aldemar disappearing, Ninibe finds herself questioned by police for her involvement.


Duban Prado Plays Daniel

While things aren’t chummy as they once were, things between Daniel and Alicia recover.


Sofia Araujo Plays Alicia

Considering all she went through, Alicia is doing okay. A little shaken, but okay.


Dylan Duentes Plays Johnny Ki

Like a fool, in order to see his parents, if not change the past, Johnny Ki tries to travel back in time but overshoots where he should end up. Leading to, when we last see him, pirates having him.


Constanza Duque Plays Adelaida

Assumingly, she is alive and well.


Norma Nivia Plays Ximena

With her son dead, Ximena decides to leave witch craft behind and we don’t see her beyond the episode she was introduced in.


Jose Restrepo Plays Lucho

He finds peace after he is able to apologize to his mother.


Eduardo Lopez Plays Angel

After being haunted by Lucho, Angel leaves Alicia the hell alone.


Sebastian Eslava Plays Esteban

With his father defeated, Esteban, aka Lucien, is free from his father’s influence and is allowed normalcy.


Carlos Quintero Plays Leon

Like Mayte, he is surprisingly fine considering all that has happened to him.


Valeria Emiliani Plays Mayte

After being used, multiple times, by wizards, it seems Mayte is surprisingly fine.


Victor Gomez Plays Bruno

He is alive and assumingly well.


Ana Mosquera Plays Paula

She dies after being burned at the stake.


Jhon Alex Castillo Plays Braulio

It is unknown what happened to Braulio.


Diana Angel Plays Sandra Lima

Sandra gets killed by Aldemar for failing to get Ninibe’s Book of Shadows.


Juan Manuel Mendoza Plays Detective Pablo Corcel

With seeing a recording of Aldemar using magic, which Ninibe gave to exonerate herself, the detective is very confused with how to move forward with what he knows.


Nelson Camayo Plays Kankawimaku

To out knowledge, he is alive and well.


Cristina Warner Plays Isabel

Thanks to Carmen, Isabel is less of a bigot than she once was and also a beliver in Carmen’s magic.


Edu Martin Plays Fernando

He remains in the past, likely upset his slaves tried to revolt against him.


Mayra Luna Plays Hilda

She is alive and well at the end, though with Carmen revealing to her the gains of feminism, the past might be too much for her to bear.


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