|Birth name||Ari Borovoy Hofmann|
29 May 1979 |
Mexico City, Mexico
|Occupation(s)||Musician, singer-songwriter, actor|
Ari Borovoy (born 29 May 1979, in Mexico City) is a founding member of the Latin music children's group La Onda Vaselina, which evolved into the successful Latin pop group OV7. As a songwriter, he had a hand in creating several of the group's biggest hits, including "Aum Aum," "Shake Shake," "Te Necessito" and "No Me Voy."  He has also recorded solo albums, starred on telenovelas and in films.
OV7 disbanded in 2003 and the OV7 brand remained inactive until Borovoy and five members reunited in 2010. During the interim, Borovoy launched a solo career, starting with an acting role on the Televisa telenovela Clap... El Lugar De Tus Sueños. His first solo album, Ari Borovoy, appeared in 2005, with the single "Booming" emerging as a hit. Borovoy had a hand in writing nine of the album's tracks.
Borovoy's second solo album, Pasajero, was released in 2008. The disc was issued under Borovoy's own label, BoBo Producciones, and he produced the album and wrote five songs. The first single was titled "Vivo" 
In October 2012, Borovoy announced that the couple was expecting their first child. The baby is due in April.
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- "" EnElShow.com 02 October 2012