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Name: Ariadna Thalía Sodi Miranda
Birth Date: August 26, 1971
Birth Place: Mexico City, Distrito Federal,
Occupation: Singer / Actress
She may bear
a striking resemblance to Jennifer Lopez, but
this Latin superstar is burning up the charts
in her native Mexico as well as the Billboard
Top 10 Latin Charts.
A former star on soap operas such as Marimar
and Rosalinda, Thalia is also the voice behind
the album Arrasondo.
Thalia, nowadays, may be better known as Tommy
Mottola's (Mariah Carey's ex-husband and President
of Sony Music) wife, but for her fans in the
Latin community, Thalia made her presence known
as a pop singer and soap opera diva long ago.
Thalia was born the 26th of August 1972, in
Hospital Espanol, Mexico. The youngest of five
children, Adriana Thalia Sodi Miranda was a
tomboy when she was younger and preferred playing
sports with the boys and being outdoors. A more
feminine side kicked in when she enrolled in
a school to be trained in Classical Ballet.
Her training and her eldest sister's acting
career prompted Thalia to dream of seeing her
name up in lights. She abandoned her dreams
of becoming an Olympic Gold medalist to become
a famous singer and actress.
After piano lessons at the Instituto Mexicano
de Musica at age eight, Thalia joined the music
group Din-Din, who had participated in artistic
festivals and released four albums. In 1984,
she joined the group Vaselina and later joined
the popular musical act Timbiriche as one of
the backup singers. She performed as a chorus
girl in the musical Grease, performed by Timbiriche.
As luck would have it, the lead singer of Timbiriche
ended up leaving the band, leaving the lead
open for Thalia to fill.
Her album El Sexto Sentido was released July
19, 2005 and was recorded mostly in the Spanish,
but with a few of the cuts sung in English as
well.It has mild success so far, mostly because
of lack of enough promotion. Though the sound
and the overall result is one of her most integrated
projects. "Amar Sin Ser Amada" (and
its English version "You Know He Never
Loved You") was the first single of the
album (featuring Héctor "El Bambino"
only in the Reggaeton version). It is an infectious
rock-edged tango-based song. "Un Alma Sentenciada",
the second single, is a feverish and, at points,
hyperdramatic ballad. The explosive "Seducción"
("Seduction") was the third single.
El Sexto Sentido sold nearly 85,000 copies during
the first week in Mexico.
In 2006, Thalía was the 'godmother' of
"Cantando Por Un Sueño", a
Mexican TV reality show. It was rumored she
got paid 1 million dollars to perform. Once
again she proved to be the favorite and "Cantando
Por Un Sueño" was viewed by 45%
of all the Mexican Audience during the entire
day. Thalía recorded the title song of
the show, and it was included in El Sexto Sentido
Re+Loaded (a rereleased version of Thalia's
current album). It was released in Mexico on
February 13, 2006 (U.S. June 6, Spain May 29)
and features four new songs, including a duet
with the group Aventura "No, No, No".
This is Thalía's new single in USA, while
the ballad "Olvídame" is the
fourth single in the rest of the world. El Sexto
Sentido was nominated in one Latin Billboard
categorie - "Pop Female Album" , in
some Premios Juventud categories, in one Latin
Grammy categorie and "Amar Sin Ser Amada"
won one Orgullosamente Latino 2006 award for
"Latin Song of the Year" and the the
album was nominated for Premios OYE category
The 25-year-old Brazilian model boasts three
significant long-term contracts--Victoria's
Secret, Maybelline and Telecom Italia Mobile,
Italy's mega-cellphone carrier. The former girlfriend
of rocker Lenny Kravitz is now reportedly dating
Prince Wence of Lichtenstein, heir to a royal
fortune Forbes estimates at $4 billion.
Mambo Café (2000) .... Nydia
(1999) TV Series .... Rosalinda Pérez
- Vamos al baile (1996)
- "María la
del Barrio" (1995) TV Series ....
María Hernández de la
- "Marimar" (1994)
TV Series .... Marimar 'Bella' Pérez
- "María Mercedes"
(1992) TV Series .... Maria Mercedes
- "Luz y sombra"
(1989) TV Series .... Alma
(1987) TV Series .... Beatriz
- "Pobre Señorita
Limantour, La" (1983) TV Series
- "Jugemos a cantar"
(1982) TV Series
- Guerra de los pasteles,
La (1979) (uncredited)
... aka War of the Pastries (International: