Mariana Ochoa

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Mariana Ochoa
Birth name Mariana Yolanda Ochoa Reyes
Born (1979-02-19) February 19, 1979 (age 36)
Origin Mexico City, Mexico
Genres pop, rock
Occupation(s) Singer, actress
Years active 1989–present
Labels EMI, Warner Bros. Records
Associated acts OV7

Mariana Yolanda Ochoa Reyes (born February 19, 1979, in Mexico City) is a singer and actress.

Music career[edit]

She was a member of the musical group La Onda Vaselina, who were one of the most successful pop bands of Mexico, OV7. She stayed in the group until they dissolved in 2003. After OV7 was eventually dissolved, Mariana began dedicating herself to acting and singing.[1]

Personal life[edit]

On 12 December 2013 Mariana Ochoa announced that she was expecting a child with her then boyfriend Mexican Politician, Patricio de la Peña. On 23 July 2014 Ochoa gave birth to a baby girl Valentina de la Peña Ochoa. Six months later Ochoa and Patricio de la Peña got married.

Soap operas[edit]

Ochoa's first major role was in the soap opera La Hija Del Jardinero, a TV Azteca production. The soap opera was well received in Latin America.

Recently Mariana did another major role in Amor Sin Condiciones, a remake of the successful soap opera Secreto de Amor which was produced in 2001 by Venevisión and Fonovideo in Miami.

Besides working her second album, Mariana is recording a new series for TV Azteca called Se Busca un Hombre. It will began on February 12, 2007 at 8:30pm on Azteca 13.


Studio albums[edit]

OV7 discography[edit]

  • 1989: La Onda Vaselina
  • 1990: Susanita Tiene Un Raton
  • 1991: La Onda Vaselina 2
  • 1992: Dulces Para Ti
  • 1993: La Banda Rock
  • 1995: Hoy
  • 1997: Entrega Total
  • 1998: Vuela Mas Alto
  • 2000: CD00
  • 2001: En Directo Rush
  • 2001: Siete Latidos
  • 2003: Punto

Ochoa released one studio album on EMI (Yo Soy) in 2004 and one studio album on Warner Music (Luna Llena) in 2007.[2]

On March, 2006, Ochoa change of label company with Warner Music by ten years to recorded her next albums. In July, 2007, Ochoa record her second studio album named Luna Llena.[3]


Year Single Album
2004 "My Lover" Yo Soy
2005 "Qué Importa"
"One Love (feat. Blue)" Guilty (Mexican edition)
2007 "Me Faltas Tú" Luna Llena


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