A Roman Catholic by conviction, she traveled to Connecticut, United States with the religious movement Legionary of Christ on a spiritual preparation. When she finished her undergraduate work, she traveled alone to France where she learned to speak French.
A huge football fan, in August 2002, she became host of a Mexican sports radio show on Vision AM, and later was invited by Univision to be a host and correspondent of the 2002 FIFA World Cup. She has also done reporting duties for Televisa Deportes (Televisa Sports).
In 2003, Jacqueline got her first full-time acting role in the Mexican soap opera Alegrijes y Rebujos, from producer Rosy Ocampo. Previously, she had only made brief appearances in other soaps. One year later, she landed a role in the popular soap Rubi, alongside Barbara Mori and Eduardo Santamarina.
In 2006, she landed her first starring role in the successful Mexican soap opera Heridas de Amor (Wounds of Love), alongside Brazilian born actor Guy Ecker. The soap opera was seen and enjoyed not only in Mexico, but also in various other countries.
In Spring of 2007, Jacqueline was cast in her first feature film, entitled Cuando Las Cosas Suceden (When Things Happen), playing the role of a nun named Lucia. Later that year, she briefly returned to hosting with the Mexican game show De Por Vida (For Life), but the show was quickly cancelled.
She recently starred in the comedic Mexican soap opera Las Tontas No Van al Cielo (Dumb Women Don't Go to Heaven), alongside Jaime Camil.
Valentino Lanus, her ex-boyfriend, was also her co-star in Las Tontas No Van al Cielo.
Is a die-hard fan of the Mexican football club Chivas de Guadalajara, being from Guadalajara herself and given her family background with the club.
• Las Tontas No Van al Cielo - 2008, Mexico
• La Fea Más Bella - 2006, Mexico
• Heridas de Amor - 2006, Mexico
• Rubí - 2004, Mexico
• Alegrijes y Rebujos - 2003, Mexico
• Entre el Amor y el Odio - 2002, Mexico
• Complices al Rescate - 2001, Mexico
• Cuando Las Cosas Suceden - 2007, Mexico