|Born||March 20, 1984|
Christian Daniel (born March 20, 1984) is a Puerto Rican singer-songwriter and actor.
Daniel was born in 1984 in Santurce, San Juan, Puerto Rico, to a Puerto Rican mother and a Cuban father from Pinar del Río, Cuba.
Daniel is a singer-songwriter. At the age of 17, Daniel recorded his first demo with vocal coach Socky Torres. He sent demos to several recording companies until Emilio Estefan invited him to Miami to record his début album, Christian Daniel (2007). He was the first artist signed to the record label Bad Boy Latino. Several of his songs have charted on various Billboard charts. As of 2015, he has released three studio albums. In addition to music, Daniel has also acted in Telemundo telenovelas including El fantasma de Elena and Santa Diabla.
Daniel moved from Puerto Rico to Miami circa 2007. 
Daniel was a finalist in the 2016 Latin Billboard Music Awards for Solo Latin Pop Songs Artist of the Year and Latin Pop Song of the Year for his song "Ahora Que Te Vas." In 2017, he was nominated for the category Best Latin Artist by IHeartRadio Music Awards.
- Christian Daniel (2007)
- Todo lo Que Tengo (2011)
- Renacer (2015)
- Loco Enamorado (2017)
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- Living people
- American musicians of Cuban descent
- 21st-century Puerto Rican male singers
- Puerto Rican pop singers
- Puerto Rican people of Cuban descent
- Latin music songwriters
- Puerto Rican singer-songwriters
- American male singer-songwriters
- Musicians from Miami
- Singer-songwriters from Florida
- 1984 births
- Spanish-language singers of the United States
- People from Santurce, Puerto Rico
- Singers from San Juan, Puerto Rico