Ubach made her mark in the industry playing the family housekeeper and Gaylord’s first love in “Meet the Fockers,” the sorority sister/best friend to Elle Woods in “Legally Blonde,” and the sex-starved Israeli neighbor on “Hung.” Born in Downey, California to a Mexican-born mother and Puerto Rican father, Ubach has been a working actress since childhood. Following her television debut on “Romper Room,” she joined the Lee Strasberg Institute’s Children’s Program. At 15, she fearlessly traveled to New York to star in WPA’s Off-Broadway production of “Club Soda,” and later spent two years as Josie on “Beakman’s World” and starred in “Kindertransport” at the Manhattan Theatre Club. She also appeared in several feature films including “Renaissance Man,” “Airborne,” “Sister Act 2” and “The Brady Bunch Movie.”
Ubach can next be seen running the group sessions at a rehab facility with Keanu Reeves in the upcoming feature film, "To the Bone," written and directed by "Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce" creator Marti Noxon. Ubach also has a recurring role as Tammy Murphy on Amazon's "Hand of God," as lead Dana Delany's sister and is a series regular on Nickelodeon's "Welcome to the Wayne," voicing Ansi Molina, a boy. This November, Ubach is one of the stars of Disney/Pixar's hotly-anticipated feature film, "Coco," featuring an all-Latino cast. Ubach voices great-great-grandmother Mama Imelda.
Over the years, Ubach has played and voiced numerous characters. Her additional television credits include recurring roles as Ray Romano's love interest on “Men of a Certain Age” (and won a Peabody Award for that stint) and as a drunken British rock widow on “Californication,” a memorable guest appearance on “It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" as well as the season finale of last season's “American Horror Story: Hotel.” An indie film darling, she has starred in the films “Denise Calls Up,” “Freeway,” “Clockwatchers” and “Johns.” She starred in Sam Hancock's directorial debut, 2014's “Being Us,” about a suicidal woman with multiple personality disorder. Ubach also remains an in-demand voiceover actress in TV and film with roles ranging from Gore Verbinski's “Rango” to groundbreaking Latino voices in “Teamo Supremo” and "El Tigre."
Ubach self-produced, wrote and directed a short film, “A Mi Amor Mi Dulce,” which premiered at Los Angeles’ Outfest in 2003. She also wrote and starred in a one-woman Off-Broadway show “Patriotic Bitch,” which debuted to rave reviews at the Harold Clurman Theatre. She will soon be seen in "August Falls," which also marks her debut as a film producer. When she's not on stage or on set, she makes her home in Los Angeles with her husband and their dogs.