Maite Perroni

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This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Perroni and the second or maternal family name is Beorlegui.
Maite Perroni
Background information
Birth name Maite Perroni Beorlegui
Born (1983-03-09) March 9, 1983 (age 33)
Mexico City
Genres Latin pop, bachata
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, actress, writer, model
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2004–present
Labels Warner Music (2012–present)
Associated acts RBD

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Maite Perroni Beorlegui (Born March 9, 1983)[1] is a Mexican actress, model and singer/songwriter, who is best known for starring in Rebelde (2004), Cuidado con el ángel (2008), Mi Pecado (2009) Triunfo del Amor (2010), Cachito de Cielo (2012), La Gata (2014), and Antes muerta que Lichita (2015). She gained international fame as a member of the Latin Grammy nominated pop group RBD. In 2016 she won the Premios TVyNovelas of Best Actress of the Year for her work in Antes muerta que Lichita.

In 2009 Perroni was named "the new queen of the telenovelas" by Univision.[2] In 2012 she signed a contract with Warner Music Group, and the following year released her first solo studio album, Eclipse de Luna, which debuted in 3rd position Amprofon Top 20, the main table of Mexican albums, and got to ninth position on the Billboard Latin Album and second in Latin Pop Albums.[3][4]


Early life[edit]

Maite Perroni Beorlegui was born in Mexico City but she grew up in Guadalajara, until the age of 12, when her family moved back again in Mexico City.[5] She has two younger brothers, Adolfo (born in 1986) and Francisco (born in 1992). Maite Perroni had a childhood like any other kid,She grew up With both her hard working parents and Siblings,Ever since she was a Little Girl she had an inclination toward Acting Appearing in many TV Commercials and in Some Music Videos,In School she was always in many Activities involving Acting,Art, Singing and Dancing,She also participated as a Dancer in a Disney Channel Show, After Graduating from school Maite had already in mind what she wanted to achieve in Life and as a Career,So as soon as she Graduated from High School she Sign Up in the Prestigiuos School which is Televisa and after signing up on a Course of 3 Years in which she only took 2 years she Graduated and Landed The Role of her Life,The Role in which she was going to be Catapulted into Stardom, In which she Did, Maite was part of REBELDE were she had a minor role named Guadalupe Fernandez (Lupita) where she was going to be only for One Season but after the Producers liking the way she was Portraying the Character they decided to make her one of the Protagonist and include her for all 3 Seasons that the Telenovela was going to last and as part of that Deal she was also included in the Group were she was going to be Worldwide Known and became one the HOTEST girl in Telenovelas and Currently she's one of the Favorites of the Telenovela's World [6]


Acting career[edit]

Perroni in 2006.

Perroni made her acting debut in Rebelde, a remake of the acclaimed Argentinean novela Rebelde Way. She portrayed Guadalupe "Lupita" Fernández, a teenage girl from a lower-class family who gets the opportunity to study at the fictitious Elite Way School. Rebelde ran from 2004 to 2006, filming 440 episodes.

Following the success of Rebelde, in 2007, Televisa released RBD: La Familia, which starred the members of RBD. The characters of the sitcom were not based on the band's characters in Rebelde, but intended to be similar to the actors' real personalities. RBD: La Familia was the first Mexican show shot entirely in high definition and ran from March 14, 2007 to June 13, 2007, and only lasted 13 episodes.

In 2008, She starred as the lead character in Cuidado con el ángel, opposite William Levy. The show had great success around the world. She starred in her second leading role in Mi Pecado opposite Eugenio Siller. She was part of the third season of Mujeres Asesinas in the sixth episode called Las Blanco, Viudas along with Diana Bracho, Luz Maria Aguilar, and Mark Tacher Estela Blanco.

In 2009, Perroni was named the new queen of the telenovelas by Univision.[2]

In 2010, Mai was confirmed to star with her previous co-star, William Levy, in Triunfo del Amor, a remake of the Venezuelan classic Cristal.

In 2012, Perroni was confirmed to star with Pedro Fernandez in Cachito de Cielo, her fifth lead role.

In 2014, it was confirmed that Perroni was to star in her sixth lead role in a telenovela called La Gata along with Daniel Arenas, Erika Buenfil, and Laura Zapata. It aired on May 5, 2014.

On July 12, 2014, People en Español named Perroni and Angelique Boyer the new queens of Mexican telenovelas.[7]

In 2015, Maite Perroni Landed her seventh lead role next to Arath De La Torre called "Antes muerta que Lichita" Which became a Hit right away In Mexico as in USA where Maite Perroni was invited to promote The Telenovela as she has a Huge fanbase in North America.

Musical career[edit]

Maite Perroni at International Film Festival in Guadalajara, in March 2016

Perroni was a member of the popular band RBD, which was launched off of the success of the most-watched telenovela in years, Rebelde. To date, RBD has made 9 studio albums, including albums in Spanish, Portuguese, and English. They have sold over 15 million albums worldwide, and have embarked on various international tours including shows throughout Latin America and Europe.

Mai composed "Tal Vez Mañana", for RBD's fourth Spanish language album, Empezar Desde Cero and sang solo on the title track for the album.

On August 8, 2008, RBD released a message telling fans that they had decided to split up. They went on one final tour, Gira Del Adios World Tour, which ended in early 2009. Perroni was absent part of the tour, due to her filming of Cuidado con el ángel.[8]

For her role in Cuidado con el ángel, Perroni recorded three songs for the show called "Esta Soledad", "Separada De Ti", and "Contigo".[9]

She recorded a song with Reik, entitled "Mi Pecado", which was used as the opening song for the telenovela, Mi Pecado.[10]

On July 17, 2010, Mai released her new single "No Vuelvas", which was featured on an EP she released for her Brazilian Pocket Show performances, on her website[11]

She recorded a song with Marco di Mauro called "A Partir De Hoy" which forms part of the musical soundtrack of the telenovela Triunfo del Amor, her third lead role.[12]

In 2012, Perroni released a single called "Te daré mi corazón" that was used for her telenovola "Cachito de Cielo".

In late 2012, Perroni announced that she will record her first solo album called Eclipse de Luna.

On July 16, 2013, Perroni released a bachata song called "Tu y Yo".

On May 2014, Perroni released another bachata song called "Vas A Querer Volver" which is also the theme song for her soap opera La Gata.

On June 2014, Perroni released a duet song with Alex Ubago called "Todo lo que soy" which was the couple's theme song in the telenovela La Gata.

Products and endorsements[edit]

Maite Perroni Coleccion.

Mai is the Spokemodel for NYX Cosmetics.[13] In 2007, a Barbie doll version of Perroni was released, based on her character in Rebelde.[14]

In June 2009, Perroni announced her support for the Ecologist Green Party of Mexico.[15]

Mai stars in commercials for Giraffas, Pepsi, Proactiv, Teleton, Pantene, Coppel.

In fall 2014 Perroni partnered with National Stores to introduce her Coleccion Maite Perroni, a contemporary fashion line inspired by her favorite designers reflecting her own personal taste.[16] "Latinas who accept, love themselves... who want to look good and feel better, who maximize your qualities and analyze the defects you project onto the world...and discover that you love yourself and you are passionate... "And you know how to face life, how to live life, give life and be alive, who are who they are and don't follow stereotypes."[17]

Personal life[edit]

Perroni began dating RBD's bassist and musical director Guido Laris in 2005 and was engaged to him but the pair split in August 2008.[18] She has been in a relationship with Chilean music producer Koko Stambuk since October 2014.[19]


Year Album details Peaks Certifications
(sales threshold)
2013 Eclipse de Luna
  • Release date: August 23, 2013
  • Label: Warner Music
  • CD, Digital download
9 2 6 3


Year Song Peaks Album
MEX Monitor Latino MEX Monitor Latino Pop MEX Billboard México Airplay MEX Billboard México Español Airplay GRE Billboard Digital Songs COS Monitec US Latin Pop US Latin Digital US Latin Digital Pop
2013 "Tú y Yo" 65 25 9 4 4 1 20 25 12 Eclipse de Luna
"Eclipse de Luna" 122 43 27 12 11 5
2014 "Vas a Querer Volver" 62 21 13 6 3 23 19
"Todo Lo Que Soy"
(featuring Alex Ubago)
20 24 8 4
2016 "Adicta" - 17 35 6 - - - [TBA]


Year Song Peaks Album
MEX Monitor Latino MEX Monitor Latino Pop MEX Billboard México Español Airplay US Hot Latin Songs US Latin US Latin Pop US Latin Digital US Latin Digital Pop
2009 Mi Pecado (with Reik) Un Día Más Edición Especial
2011 A Partir De Hoy (a dueto con Marco Di Mauro) 4 3 1 44 44 24 29 17 Algo Que Me Faltaba

Promotional singles[edit]

Year Song Album
2012 Te Daré Mi Corazón Cachito de Cielo



Year Title Role Notes
2012 El arribo de Conrado Sierra Ninfa
2014 El Origen de los Guardianes Tooth Fairy Voice only
2015 Selección Canina Maite Terranova Voice only
2015 Un gallo con muchos huevos Di Voice only


Year Title Role Notes
2004-2006 Rebelde Guadalupe "Lupita" Fernández Co-lead role
2007 RBD: La Familia May Lead role; 13 episodes
2007 Lola, érase una vez Herself / Mujer en Austria Guest role
2008-2009 Cuidado con el ángel María de Jesus "Marichuy" Velarde Lead role
2009 Mi pecado Lucrecia Córdoba Pedraza de Huerta Lead role
2010 Mujeres asesinas Estela "Las Blanco, Viudas" (Season 3, Episode 4)
2010-2011 Triunfo del amor Maria "Desamparada" Iturbide Gutiérrez Lead role
2012 Cachito de Cielo Renata Landeros Lead role
2014 La Gata Esmeralda "La Gata" de la Santa Cruz Lead role
2015-2016 Antes muerta que Lichita Alicia Gutiérrez López / Lichita Lead role

Awards and nominations[edit]

TVyNovelas Award[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result
2009 Best Young Lead Actress Cuidado Con El Ángel Won
2010 Mi Pecado[20] Nominated
2012 Best Lead Actress Triunfo del Amor Nominated
Musical Theme Nominated
2015 Best Lead Actress La Gata Nominated
2016 Antes muerta que Lichita Won
  • Special award of most influential (2012).

Premios Juventud[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result
2008 The Girl of My Dreams RBD: La Familia Nominated
2009 She's Got Style Herself Nominated
The Girl of My Dreams Cuidado Con El Ángel Won
2010 The Girl of My Dreams Mi Pecado Nominated
2011 The Girl of My Dreams Triunfo del Amor[21] Won
2014 The Girl of My Dreams Cachito de Cielo Nominated
2015 Favorite Actress La Gata Nominated
Best Theme Novelero Nominated
2016 Favorite Actress Antes muerta que Lichita Won
Actress Who Steals the Show Un Gallo con Muchos Huevos Nominated
Best Fans Perronitos Nominated

People en Español Award[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result
2009 Best Actress
Cuidado con el ángel
Best Couple (with William Levy) Nominated
2010 Best Actress
Mi Pecado
Best Couple (with Eugenio Siller) Nominated
Best Young Lead Actress Nominated
2011 Best Actress
Triunfo del Amor
Best Couple (with William Levy) Won
2012 Queen of Twitter
Maite Perroni
2013 Album of the Year
Eclipse de Luna
Song of the Year
"Tú y Yo"
Music Video of the Year Nominated
Best New Artist
Maite Perroni
The Most Beautiful Instagram Nominated
2014 Best Couple (with Daniel Arenas)
La Gata
Best Actress Nominated
Best Theme Song
"Vas a Querer Volver"

Kids' Choice Awards Mexico[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result
2014 Favorite Actress
La Gata
2013 Favorite Actress
Cachito de Cielo
Favorite Voice from an Animated Movie
El Origen de los Guardianes

Estilo DF[edit]

Year Category Nominated Result
2014 Artist With Best Style

People en Español's 50 Most Beautiful[edit]

Year Category
2009 50 Most Beautiful
2010 50 Most Beautiful
2011 50 Most Beautiful
2012 50 Most Beautiful
2013 50 Most Beautiful
2014 50 Most Beautiful
2015 50 Most Beautiful

Solo Tour[edit]

Year Title
2010 Maite Perroni Brazilian Tour 2010
2013–2015 Eclipse de Luna Tour
2016 Maite Perroni Tour LOVE


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