Lucero

Lucero

For the punk/country band named Lucero, see Lucero (band)

Lucero (born Lucero Hogaza León on August 29, 1969 in Mexico City), is an actress and singer. She started her career at the age of 10 as Lucerito (Lucerito). She is married to singer Manuel Mijares with whom she has two children. Her mother, actress and producer Lucero León, is her manager.

Biography

At the age of ten, Lucero started her career as Lucerito in the children's television series Alegrías Del Mediodía and Chiquilladas, where she starred alongside artist Carlos Espejel. One of her more popular roles was in a Popeye skit as Olive Oyl. Later, she would share the spotlight with international artist Thalía in the singing competition Juguemos A Cantar.

Her long hair and beauty helped her obtain starring roles the following year in the film Coqueta, alongside singer and actor Pedro Fernández. Later, she would be cast as the star of the telenovela Chispita, which also led to the recording of an album that same year. Curiously enough with the emergence of Lucerito as a singer, she did not record the theme song for the telenovela. Instead that task was given to Timbiriche, the most popular "juvenile" group in Mexico.

Lucero released her debut album, Él, on Discos Musart in 1982. This album was largely written and produced by Sergio Andrade, the man who would later be smothered in controversy along Gloria Trevi. During this period, Lucerito's records were more novelty material than actual records as they were seen as nothing more than merchandise for people who loved Lucerito's cutesy charm. That would all change in 1985 when she released her album Magia.

Magia was a change in style, opting for more teen-oriented pop music. With this record, she gained her first real hit with Fuego y ternura, written by singer/songwriter Prisma. The song was successful across Mexico and Latin America. She recorded Un Pedacito De Mí, her last album for Discos Musart, in 1986. That same year she left Sergio Andrade's management and went to DiscosMelody. Lucero did not promote this album, which ultimately flopped.

In early 1987 she released Lucerito (later re-released as Ocho Quince), her Discos Melody debut. The album was a huge success and brought her to the realms of Mexican pop music where she now competed with teen pop acts at the time such as Timbiriche, Sasha Sokol, Luis Miguel, Tatiana, Chayanne, Karina, and Flans.

In 1989, after six albums and five films, she changed her professional name to Lucero as a symbol of her growth as a woman of 20 years of age. In 1990, she returned to television starring in Cuando Llega El Amor, where she sang the theme song and won The TVyNovelas Award for Best Actress. She won the award again in 1994 for Los Parientes Pobres. In 1996, on, she won the TVyNovelas Award Best Actress award for playing triplets in Lazos de Amor. Her wedding in 1997 was called the wedding of the year and was televised on Televisa in Mexico and Univision in the United States.

She later starred in a telenovela of Televisa titled, Alborada. After her role in this soap opera, Lucero began to record her next album in the spring of 2006. She released Quiereme Tal Como Soy in September 2006. Nowadays she is promoting her latest live record. "Lucero En Vivo Auditorio Nacional"

To see videos of Lucero Visit: http://www.youtube.com/lucerovideos Visit Lucero's Official MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/lucerohogaza

Albums

OTHER ALBUMS

  • Jugemos a Cantar (1982)
  • America Es Tu Canción (1982)
  • Los Chiquillos de la TV(1982)
  • Chispita(1984)
  • Katy La Oruga (1984)
  • Fiebre de Amor (1984)
  • Lucerito y Keiko (1985)
  • Escapate Conmigo (1987)
  • Cuando LLega El Amor (1990)
  • Lazos De Amor (1995)
  • Mulan(1998)
  • Regina (2002)
  • Zapata (2004)
  • Alborada(2005)

Films

Voice acting

  • Tarzan as Jane (Spanish dubbing, 1999)

Soap Operas (Telenovelas)

Television shows

Theater

Awards

  • 1982
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best New Actress in Chispita
    • Azteca De Oro Award for Best New Actress in Chispita
  • 1983
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best Actress in Chiquilladas
  • 1985
    • La Diosa De Plata Award for Fiebre De Amor
    • El Heraldo Award for Best Singer
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best Young Singer
  • 1991
    • Bravo Award for Best Singer
    • El Heraldo Award for Best Singer
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best Singer
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best Actress in Cuando Llega El Amor
  • 1992
    • Award at the Viña Del Mar Festival
    • Atena Award for Best Singer
    • Bravo Award for Best Singer
    • El Heraldo Award for Best Singer
    • Premio "Aplauso" for Best Singer
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best Singer
  • 1993
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best International Singer
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best Ranchera Album
    • 1994
    • Eres Award for Best International Singer
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best Actress in Los Parientes Pobres
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best Singer
  • 1995
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best Singer
  • 1996
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best Actress in Lazos De Amor
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best Female Singer
  • 1998
    • Special TVyNovelas Award for hosting the Teletón 1997 (for 26 hours)
  • 2001
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best Actress in Mi Destino Eres Tú 2001
  • 2006
    • TVyNovelas Award for Best Actress in Alborada 2006.

External links

She has 2 children a girl and a boy

Soap Operas (Telenovelas)

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