Cristóbal Orellana

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Cristóbal Orellana
Birth nameCristóbal Orellana Sierra
Born (1983-07-11) July 11, 1983 (age 36)
OriginDistrito Federal, México
GenresRock, reggaeton, pop-rock, Balada
Occupation(s)Actor, composer, dancer, singer
Years active1999–present
LabelsSony Music
WebsiteOfficial Website

Cristóbal Orellana Sierra is an actor and singer, born on July 11, 1983 in Mexico City.

Biography[edit]

He started his musical career in Guadalajara, Jalisco, as a member of the boyband Genoma VERSUS and recorded an album named Contra el Suelo. Later joined the Disney's reality show: High School Musical:[1] La Selección (México) where they would record together with his fellow two albums with songs performed in the program, Cristobal would win that competition by obtaining the starring role of the first movie from Disney Latinoamerica called: High School Musical: El Desafio Mexico that premiered in September 2008. This film is ranked as the third highest grossing in the premiere and the soundtrack of it sold over 50,000 copies earning a gold record.

In late 2008 and early 2009 Cristobal conduct a successful tour around the Mexican Republic by the name of High School Musical: El Desafio en Gira with the most popular repertoire of songs of the film as El Verano Termino, Siempre Juntos and Yo Sabia.

Today Cristobal Orellana is part of the family, Disney Latinoamerica in Mexico.

Trajectory[edit]

Film[edit]

Disney High School Musical: El Desafio Mexico. (Walt Disney Pictures / 2008) Starring role.

TV[edit]

  • Protagonist of TV Azteca's 2015 musical soap, UEPA, Un escenario para Amar Netflix
  • Special appearance in TV Azteca's 2012 series A Corazón Abierto
  • Lo que callamos las mujeres, A cada quien su santo (TV Azteca)

Host, performance and musical interpretation[edit]

Discography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Confia Cristóbal Orellana que público acepte "High School Musical: el desafío"". Caracol Radio (in Spanish). September 3, 2008. Retrieved 29 June 2011.[permanent dead link]

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