Magdyel Olibama Ugaz del Castillo is a Peruvian actress and television presenter. Among her several works, she is best known for her starring role as Teresa Collazos in the Al Fondo Hay Sitio television series.
At age thirteen, she entered a theater workshop at the National University of Engineering, presented by actor Reinaldo Arenas. Years later, after passing a casting, she joined the cast of Mil Oficios. In 2004 she played the folk singer Dina Páucar in the bio-miniseries Dina Páucar, the fight for a dream.
In 2006 she starred in Black Butterfly, directed by Francisco José Lombardi. For her participation in this film she won the Best Actress award at the International Iberoamerican Festival of Ceará. This film won the Glauber Rocha Award for the best Latin American film at the Montreal World Film Festival, and Best Peruvian Film at the Lima Film Festival. In addition, she was nominated as Best Foreign Film at the 22nd Goya Awards.