Mexican singer-actor Anahi began her entertainment career with the show Chiquilladas as a toddler. She later soared to fame as Mia Colucci from the popular telenovela Rebelde and was also part of the hit pop group RBD. She is best known for her Billboard-topping track Rumba.
Luis Miguel is a Mexican singer. Having performed in a wide range of styles like pop and jazz, Miguel is considered the most successful artist in the history of Latin America. One of the best-selling Latin musicians ever, Miguel is credited with popularizing the bolero genre. Thanks to his popularity, he has been referred to as the Latin Frank Sinatra.
Starting her entertainment career at age 5, Dulce María was seen in countless commercials before she began performing in music groups and telenovelas. She soared to fame as Roberta Alexandra from the popular series Rebelde. She also released hit singles such as No Sé Llorar and worked with PETA.
Once a matinee idol in Mexico, Pedro Infante is remembered for his blockbuster hits such as Nosotros los pobres and Los tres García. He loved flying planes, using the pseudonym Captain Cruz and eventually died in a plane crash. He was posthumously awarded the Silver Bear for his performance in Tizoc.
Known as the king of Mexican rodeo, for performing in concerts on horseback, Mexican singer Joan Sebastian won the highest number of Grammy awards from his country. Over 20 of his songs made it to the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart. An actor, too, he was seen in the telenovela Tú y yo.
Mexican singer and actor Diego Boneta rose to prominence starring in the 2012 American jukebox musical comedy film Rock of Ages. Boneta then furthered his acting career featuring in several films and television series, particularly playing the titular character in the Spanish-language American biographical television series Luis Miguel: The Series. Boneta has also released the studio albums Diego and Indigo.
Ariel Camacho was a Mexican singer and songwriter best remembered for leading his Regional Mexican band, Ariel Camacho y Los Plebes del Rancho. He died in a car accident at the age of 22. Following his death, his album El Karma became immensely popular. His band continues to make albums in his honor.
Mexican singer-songwriter and actress Belinda Peregrín, tagged as "Princess of Latin Pop" by international press is best known for her commercially hit studio albums like Belinda and Utopía and singles like Vivir, which made her the third best-selling female Mexican act. She also had screen success with films like The Cheetah Girls 2 and Mexican telenovelas like Amigos x siempre.
Mexican actor-singer Alfonso Herrera first gained fame with his leading role of Miguel Arango Cervera in Rebelde, one of the most popular Latin American series. He later also appeared in El Dandy and the blockbuster film The Perfect Dictatorship. International audiences know him best as Javier from Ozark.
Mexican singer Margo Rey was born to a Flamenco dancer mother. She ventured into music at 11 and never looked back, tasting success with her rare blend of jazz and pop, which she calls “Organica.” She is a breast cancer survivor and is married to comedian Ron White.
The daughter of Mexican actor Susana Dosamantes, Paulina Rubio had decided to become a singer at age 7. She soared to fame with the children’s band Timbiriche and later released chart-topping solo tracks such as Mio. She has appeared in telenovelas and has hosted the show Vive el Verano, too.
Singer Alejandro Fernández, nicknamed El Potrillo, is the son of legendary singer-actor Vicente Fernández. Known for his chart-topping hits such as Si Tú Supieras and No Sé Olvidar, he has also sung duets with stars such as Rod Stewart and Christina Aguilera. He is also a 2-time Latin Grammy winner.
Born to photographer parents, singer-songwriter Julieta Venegas was naturally included toward the arts and was trained in ballet, painting, and music in childhood. She later performed with bands such as Tijuana No! and also released solo hits such as Me Voy. The 6-time Latin Grammy winner is also a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.
Jorge Negrete was a Mexican actor and singer. One of the most popular actors of his generation, Negrete helped create the charro film genre. He is credited with co-founding the Mexican Actors Association, where he served as one of its most important leaders. Such is his popularity that fans still pay tribute on his death anniversary by visiting his tomb.
Mexican singer, actor, and host Lucero is lovingly referred to as La Novia de América by her fans. Initially a child actor, she later starred in countless telenovelas and films. She also released chartbusting tracks such as La única que te entiende. She was married to singer Manuel Mijares for 14 years.
Best known as Alma Rey from the telenovela Rebelde, Mexican actor-singer Ninel Conde has appeared in numerous other telenovelas such as Mar de amor and En tierras salvajes. She is also known for her hit tracks such as Todo conmigo and has been a judge on the dance reality show Mira Quien Baila.
Antonio Aguilar was a Mexican singer, songwriter, actor, screenwriter, film producer, and equestrian. Nicknamed Mexico's Horseman, Aguilar is credited with introducing a Mexican equestrian sport called charrería to international audiences. A prolific musician and actor, Antonio Aguilar recorded over 150 albums and appeared in over 120 films. His contribution to Mexican cinema earned him many awards including the Golden Ariel.
Known as El Gallo de Oro, Mexican singer Valentín Elizalde was a master of the Regional Mexican format and soared to fame with hits such as Vete Ya. He was 27 when he was shot to death in an ambush, shortly after he had finished a concert in Reynosa.
Initially part of the Mexican pop band Sentidos Opuestos, Alessandra Rosaldo also won the reality series Bailando por un Sueño. She later soared to fame with her roles in telenovelas such as Amarte es mi Pecado and also starred in films such as Pulling Strings and Instructions Not Included.
José Alfredo Jiménez was a Mexican singer-songwriter whose work is widely regarded as the foundation of modern Mexican music. Over the course of his illustrious career, Jiménez composed over 1,000 songs. Such is the popularity of his songs that many popular artists from around the world have recorded his songs for their own albums.
Known as La Luna de América, Mexican singer Ana Gabriel had started performing on stage at age 6. Best known for her chartbusting hits such as Quién Como Tú and Cosas del Amor, the Grammy-nominated singer has also got her own “Star” on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Mexican actor Paulina Goto soared to fame with the telenovela Niña de mi Corazón and later also performed as part of the pop group Eme 15. She was also in the news for her relationship with her Un camino hacia el destino co-star Horacio Pancheri, though they broke up later.
Ximena Sariñana is a Mexican actress and singer-songwriter whose debut album Mediocre earned her international recognition and a Grammy nomination in 2009. Ximena Sariñana is also known for her humanitarian efforts; in 2020, she took part in a charity single titled Resistiré México in an attempt to help those in need in Mexico.
Alejandra Guzmán is a Mexican musician, composer, singer, and actress. She is counted among the most successful and popular Mexican female singers, having sold over 20 million albums over the course of her career. Alejandra Guzmán has also won several prestigious awards, such as a Latin Grammy, ASCAP Latin Award, and Premios Juventud.
Cristian Castro is a Mexican pop singer renowned for his light tenor voice range. He is counted among the most talented Hispanic pop singers of the last 30 years. Cristian Castro is also counted among the best-selling Latin artists and is known for his collaboration with popular producers like Richard Daniel Roman, Rudy Pérez, and Kike Santander.
The son of musician Ramón Covarrubias, Ramón Ayala was naturally drawn to music as a child and began playing the accordion. He has performed with several bands such as Los Pavoreales and is considered a master of Norteño music. He was also part of the popular duo Los Relámpagos del Norte.