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Trevi in 2006
|Birth name||Gloria de los Ángeles Treviño Ruiz|
|Also known as||Gloria Trevi, La Trevi|
February 15, 1968 |
Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico
|Genres||Rock, Pop, Alternative|
|Occupation(s)||Singer-songwriter, writer, actress, TV hostess, music video director|
|Labels||Sony Music Ariola 1989–2004, Univision Music Group 2005–2008, Universal Music Group 2005–|
Gloria Trevi (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈgloɾja ˈtɾeβi]; born Gloria de los Ángeles Treviño Ruiz on February 15, 1968) is a Mexican pop-rock singer-songwriter. Called the "Supreme Diva of Mexican Pop" by the music channel VH1, Trevi has sold more than 20 million records.
Born in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, Gloria Trevi left Monterrey at the age of twelve to pursue a career in Mexico City, where she met her future manager, Sergio Andrade. She had earlier sung and danced on the streets for spare change, taught aerobics, and served quesadillas at a food stand.
In 1985, Trevi was a member of a short-lived girl group named Boquitas Pintadas. After the group broke up in 1988, she approached Sergio Andrade for the production of her first solo album, ¿Qué Hago Aquí? ("What am I doing Here?"), was released in 1989 and scored a number one hit, Dr. Psiquiatra. Though often styled as Madonna of Mexico, she was hardly just very sexually provocative, she was using her music and videos as a vehicle for gutsy taboo busting political activism in a Mexico where impunity of the powerful was well understood, her lyrics dealt squarely with religion, homelessness, prostitution, drug trafficking, drug overdose, hunger, the upper class, war deaths, and violence against women. Trevi ruffled many feathers and found many enemies.
Trevi followed this first record with Tu Ángel de la Guarda ("Your Guardian Angel"), which was even more successful. Pelo Suelto was successful too, reaching number one all over Latin America and in Spain. Her third album, Me siento tan sola ("I Feel So Lonely"), was released in 1992 garnering another hit, Zapatos Viejos ("Old Shoes"). All three albums were recorded in Los Angeles. In 1993, Trevi was nominated for Pop Female Artist of the Year at the Lo Nuestro Awards.
In 1994, she released the singles El Recuento De Los Daños and La papa sin catsup of the album Más Turbada Que Nunca, both which hit the top of the Billboard Latin charts. The former song had heavy societal critiques, the lyrics described the machismo and taboo practice of out of wedlock fetal murder by blunt trauma.
In 2000, Trevi, Andrade, and backup singer Maria Raquenel Portillo were arrested in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on charges of corrupting minors. A year later, Trevi announced that she was pregnant while in prison; the father of the child was Andrade, according to DNA tests by the Brazilian authorities (Trevi and her defence claimed that the results of the DNA test were doctored). Trevi was cleared of the charges in 2004, due to lack of evidence, after spending four years and eight months in prison.
She will star as the protagonist (alongside Gabriel Soto) in Emilio Larrosa's telenovela: Libre para amarte. Trevi will receive the BMI President's Award on March 2, 2016 at the 23rd BMI Latin Awards for her impact on the Latin pop field.
Hollywood awarded Alan B. Curtiss, Together with Mexican entrepreneur Max Appedole, and Barrie M. Osborne, Release a major blockbuster Latin film production Gloria, a biopic about the life of controversial Mexican pop star Gloria Trevi. With Christian Keller  as film director.
- ¿Qué Hago Aquí? (1989)
- Tu Ángel de la Guarda (1990)
- Me Siento Tan Sola (1992)
- Más Turbada Que Nunca (1994)
- Si Me Llevas Contigo (1995)
- Cómo Nace El Universo (2004)
- Una Rosa Blu (2007)
- Gloria (2011)
- De Película (2013)
- El Amor (2015)
- Trevolución 2005-2006
- Una Rosa Blu Tour 2009-2010
- Gloria Tour 2011-2012
- Agárrate Tour 2013-2014
- De película Tour 2014-2015
|1991||Pelo suelto||Herself||Film debut|
|1995||Una papa sin catsup||Gloria / La Greñas|
|2008||Las mamás sí van al cielo||Herself||Television film|
|2013||Libre para amarte||Aurora Valencia||Lead role; 107 episodes|
|Year||Telenovela||Song||Episode / Notes|
|2006||Sos mi vida||"Doctor psiquiatra"||Chapter 108|
|2010||Teresa||"Esa hembra es mala"||Main theme|
|2013||Libre para amarte||"No soy un pájaro"||Main theme|
|2015||¿Quién mató a Patricia Soler?||"No querías lastimarme"||Main theme|
-  Archived February 17, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
-  Archived February 23, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
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