Dulce María

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This name uses Spanish naming customs; the first or paternal family name is Espinosa and the second or maternal family name is Saviñón.
Dulce María
Dulce Maria Teleton 7.jpg
Dulce Maria at Teleton 2011
Background information
Birth name Dulce María Espinosa Saviñón[1]
Born (1985-12-06) December 6, 1985 (age 28)
 Mexico
Mexico City
Genres Latin pop, Pop
Occupations Singer-songwriter, actress, writer, dancer
Instruments Vocals, Guitar
Years active 1993–present
Labels Sony BMG (2001–2002)
EMI/Virgin Records (2004–2008)
Universal Music Latino (2009–present)
Associated acts 1996-1999 K.I.D.S
2000-2002 Jeans
2004-2009 RBD
Website http://www.dulcemarialive.com

Dulce María (born Dulce María Espinosa Saviñón, Spanish pronunciation: [ˈdulse maˈɾi.a saβiˈɲon]; December 6, 1985) is a Mexican actress, singer, and songwriter. She was a member of the pop group RBD from 2004 to 2009. In October 2009 she signed a contract with Universal Music and recorded a solo album Extranjera, with its first part released in November 2010, and the second part in the summer of 2011.

Early life[edit]

Dulce María was born on December 6, 1985 in Mexico City, Federal District.[2] She has two sisters, Blanca Ireri and Claudia. As a child, Dulce María began doing television commercials. In 1993, at the age of 9, she was cast on Plaza Sesamo, Mexico's version of Sesame Street. She also appeared in various Mexican commercials during her young age, including the Mexican furniture store Viana during Mother's Day. She was later cast in El Club de Gaby and participated in several specials on the Mexican Discovery Kids channel.[2] She began to work in soap operas in Televisa but she discovered her real passion when she was given the opportunity to participate in a music project called Rebelde.

Music career[edit]

In 1996 Dulce joined the Mexican music group K.I.D.S.. They were very popular among children in Mexico and released two hit singles, La mejor de tus sonrisas and Prende el switch. In 1999, Dulce decided to leave the group due to personal reasons.[2] After her departure from K.I.D.S., Dulce and her then boyfriend, Daniel Habif, also an ex-member of K.I.D.S., decided to start their own group called D&D. They recorded five songs, but for unknown reasons, split up.[2] In early 2000, Dulce replaced Angie in Jeans, a female Latin pop group.[2] She left after two years to film Clase 406.

Dulce began acting in telenovelas and was eventually cast as one of the main characters in Rebelde. The success of Rebelde, launched RBD. To date RBD has made 9 studio albums, including albums in Spanish, Portuguese and English. They have sold over 20 million albums worldwide, and have toured across Mexico, South America, Serbia, Romania, the United States, and Spain. On August 15, 2008, RBD released a message telling fans that they had decided to split up. They went on one final tour, Gira Del Adios World Tour which ended in 2009. On November 25, 2008, Dulce collaborated with Tiziano Ferro and Anahí on a song called El Regalo Màs Grande. Following the breakup of RBD, Dulce signed with Universal Music and announced that she will begin recording in 2009 as a solo artist.[3]

In 2009 she recorded two new songs for the novela, Verano de amor, called Verano and[4] Déjame Ser, a song she co-wrote along with Carlos Lara. Dulce also collaborated with Akon, to remix his song Beautiful. They performed the song together at the 2009 radio concert, El Evento 40. Dulce is also acting as llyena Faustin in Grand Theft Auto IV

Dulce María performing in 2008

Dulce María released her first solo single on May 17, 2010, Inevitable. The music video was released on May 24 and was directed by Argentinean director Francisco d'Amorim Lima. Dulce María's solo album "Extranjera" was originally set to be released September 7, but the release date was changed due to recording of some new tracks. The album was then set to be released November 9, 2010 with her stating on Twitter "We have more surprises for you guys so be patient!". The surprise was that the album was going to be divided in two: Extranjera Primera Parte, with 7 tracks, including the hit Inevitable, released on November 9, 2010 and Extranjera Segunda Parte with 7 more tracks plus a DVD with extras. On November 9, 2010, Dulce María presented her album with a showcase at the Lunario and announced her second single Ya No, which will be featured on the second part of the album set to be released in the summer of 2011. The song is a cover of the late singer Selena from the album Amor Prohibido. The song began playing on radios on November 16, 2010.

On January 14 a Preview Clip was released for Dulce's New Single Ya No showing her in 3 different outfits, and in the last scene arguing with her love interest. Dulce Maria's New Music Video Ya No was released on February 10 on her personal YouTube channel, DulceMariaLive, earlier than planned due to it being leaked.

Dulce Maria announced on her Official YouTube account, Extranjera Segunda Parte will be released on June 14, 2011

Acting career[edit]

Following her success as a child star, Dulce began to star in teen-oriented telenovelas such as El Juego de la Vida and Clase 406.[2] In Clase 406, she worked alongside Alfonso Herrera, Anahí, and Christian Chávez, who later became her bandmates in RBD. In 2004, she was cast as one of the main characters in Rebelde, a Mexican remake of the hit Argentinian telenovela, Rebelde Way. Dulce played Roberta Pardo, the strong-willed daughter of a famous Mexican singer. Rebelde was a hit worldwide and had over 400 episodes, airing from 2004 until 2006. In 2006, the actress received the TV Y Novelas award for Best Young Telenovela Actress for her work in Rebelde.[5]

Following the success of Rebelde in 2007, Televisa released RBD: La Familia, which starred the members of RBD. The sitcom was based on the fictional lives of the members of RBD. The characters of the sitcom were not based on the band's characters in Rebelde, but intended to be similar to the actors' real personalities. RBD: La Familia was the first Mexican series shot entirely in High Definition. The show ran from March 14, 2007 – June 13, 2007 and only had 13 episodes.

In 2009, Dulce starred in the telenovela Verano de amor, alongside Gonzalo Garcia Vivanco and Ari Borovoy, also produced by Pedro Damián, where she interpreted the theme songs of the telenovela, Verano and Déjame Ser; Dulce was cast as Miranda.[6] The telenovela premiered on February 9, 2009, replacing the series Juro Que Te Amo. Verano de amor incorporated messages into the novela promoting environmental responsibility, an extension of Televisa's "Televisa Verde" initiative focused on the environment.[7]

In 2010 she received the prize of People En Español as Best Young Actress for the telenovela Verano de amor.[8]

In April 2010 Dulce Maria was cast as a Lupita in a new independent film project, directed by Gonzalo Justiniano, "Alguien Ha Visto A Lupita?" (Has Anyone Seen Lupita?) starring alongside Chilean actor Cristian de la Fuente.[9] The film was released in March 2011[dated info].[10] Dulce Maria was in fashion line Cklass with her ex colleague Maite Perroni. It is interesting to note that Dulce was in TV show Clase 406 with actors Anahi, Alfonso Herrera, and Christian Chavez. The two latter of the three were also in a group with Dulce which was also named Clase 406.

Personal life[edit]

Dulce's great aunt was the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. Dulce's grandmother is Frida's sister.[11][12] In 2007 Dulce María released Dulce Amargo, a book of poems and stories based on her life and her experiences in RBD.[13]

She was chosen by the magazine Quién of Mexico, as one of the most beautiful 2006.[14] In 2007, as well as in 2010 the magazine People En Español named her one of "50 Most Beautiful."[15][16][17] In the social support in 2009, Dulce Maria created the Foundation Dulce Amanecer to support communities of indigenous women and their children, as well as environmental protection.[18] Also, in September 2009, the singer was chosen by Google, Save the Children and Chicos.net as representative of the Technology Yes campaign aimed at promoting the appropriate use of technology and the Internet among children and youth.[19] In 2010 the magazine People En Español named her one of "50 Most Beautiful".[20]

Filmography[edit]

Telenovelas

Year Title Role Notes
1994 El Vuelo del Águila Delfina Ortega (young)
1995 Retrato de Familia Elvira Preciado Mariscal (young)
1998 Huracán Rosio Medina (young)
1999 Nunca Te Olvidaré Silvia Requena (young)
1999 Infierno en el paraíso Dariana (young)
1999 DKDA: Sueños de Juventud Mary Cejitas
2000 Primer Amor... A Mil Por Hora Britanny
2002-2003 Clase 406 Marcela Mejia 350 episodes
2004-2006 Rebelde Roberta Pardo Rey 440 episodes
2007 Lola...Érase una vez Herself 1 episode
2009 Verano de Amor Miranda Perea Olmos 120 episodes
2012 Miss XV Herself 1 episode
2012 Rebelde Herself 6 episodes
2013 Mentir Para Vivir Joaquina "Jackie" Barragan 17 episodes
Feature Films
Year Title Role Notes
1997 Desilusiones Desilucionada
1997 Juguito de Ciruela Julieta Luna
1999 Inesperado Amor Lorena
2000 Bienvenida al Clan Aleshaí
2007 El Agente 00-P2 Molly Cocatú (voice only)
2011 ¿Alguien Ha Visto A Lupita? Lupita
2013 Quiero Ser Fiel Carla Martín
TV Series
Year Title Role Notes
1993–1995 Plaza Sésamo Herself Spanish version of Sesame Street
2007 RBD: La Familia Dul 13 episodes (Lead Role)
2010 Mujeres Asesinas 3 Eliana Season 3, Ep. Eliana Cuñada

Discography Solo[edit]

Studio[edit]

EPs[edit]

Singles[edit]

Solo career[edit]

  • 2009: Verano
  • 2009: Déjame Ser (Promotional)
  • 2010: Inevitable
  • 2010: Ya No
  • 2011: Ingenua
  • 2012: Es Un Drama
  • 2013: "Lágrimas" (with Julión Álvarez)
  • 2014: "Antes Que Ver El Sol"
  • 2014: "O Lo Haces Tú O Lo Hago Yo"

Collaborations[edit]

  • 2009: "El Regalo Màs Grande" (with Tiziano Ferro and Anahí)
  • 2009: "Beautiful" (with Akon)
  • 2010: "Inevitable" (with Juan Magán)
  • 2010: "Inevitable" (with J-King and Maximan)
  • 2010: "Navidad Navidad" (with Chino and Nacho)
  • 2012: "Te Sigue Esperando Mi Corazón" (with Rio Roma)
  • 2013: "Wake up Beside Me" (with Basshunter)

Discography With RBD[edit]

Main article: RBD discography

Written Works[edit]

Compositions[edit]

Year Song Artist Album
2007 Quiero Poder RBD RBD: La Familia
2007 Te Daría Todo RBD Empezar Desde Cero
2009 Más Tuya Que Mía RBD Para Olvidarte de Mí
2009 Lágrimas Perdidas RBD Para Olvidarte de Mí
2009 Déjame Ser Dulce María Verano de Amor
2009 Quiero Mi Vida Bknis Verano de Amor
2010 Llévame Dulce María Unreleased track from Para Olvidarte de Mí
2010 Donde Sale el Sol Paulina Goto Paulina Goto
2010 Sin Ti Dulce María
2010 Mi Guerra y Mi Paz Dulce María
2010 Inevitable Dulce María Extranjera
2010 Luna Dulce María Extranjera
2011 Dicen Dulce María Extranjera Segunda Parte
2011 24/7 Dulce María Extranjera Segunda Parte
2011 Quien Serás? Dulce María Extranjera Segunda Parte
2012 Reloj de Arena Dulce María

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dulce María - Datos biográficos". Esmas. Retrieved January 6, 2012. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f [1]Esmas Official Biography
  3. ^ 4 de Febrero, 2009 - 07:00 AM EDT. "Dulce María Begins As A Solo Artist - People En Español" (in Spanish). Peopleenespanol.com. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  4. ^ [2][dead link]
  5. ^ "TV Y Novelas - December 2006". Webdelatele.com. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  6. ^ Servicios de Impacto USA. "TELEVISION: Dulce María presenta su telenovela "Verano de amor" y el último disco de RBD". Impacto USA. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  7. ^ “Verano de amor” muestra al mundo lo bello de Veracruz, El Diario de Yucatán (in Spanish), December 6, 2008
  8. ^ "Resultados: Telenovelas | MEJOR TELENOVELA" (in Spanish). Peopleenespanol.com. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  9. ^ "Terra - Justiniano transforma a Dulce María en una desquiciada - Cine". Terra.cl. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  10. ^ "Terra - Angélica Castro protagonizará nueva película de Justini - Cine". Terra.cl. 2010-03-19. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  11. ^ "Dulce Marнa se caracterizу de su tнa abuela: Frida Kahlo". El Universal. 2013-06-14. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  12. ^ GENTE MAGAZINE. JUNE 2009. PAGE 60
  13. ^ "Libro De Dulce Maria Dulce Amargo Rbd". Lasnoticiasmexico.com. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  14. ^ [3]
  15. ^ 30 de Abril, 2007 - 2:00 PM EDT. "¿Quiénes son los 50 más bellos?" (in Spanish). PeopleenEspanol.com. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  16. ^ "BELLOS 2007: ELLAS | Dulce Maria" (in Spanish). Peopleenespanol.com. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  17. ^ "Dulce María regresa con Pablo Lyle" (in Spanish). PeopleenEspanol.com. 2009-08-03. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  18. ^ "Who "Dulce María creates social support association". Whoever - October 2009". Quien.com. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  19. ^ "Dulce María es vocera de concurso de tecnología". Quien.com. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  20. ^ "Bellos 2010: ELLAS | Principal, Galerái Ella Bellos 2010" (in Spanish). Peopleenespanol.com. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 
  21. ^ "iTunes - Music - Sin Fronteras by Dulce María". Itunes.apple.com. 2014-04-08. Retrieved 2014-06-23. 

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