Latin Beauties 7
Beautiful Latin Women 7 - Sandra Echeverria, Ana Barbara, Edith Gonzalez and more.
Here is my seventh article about beautiful Latin women.
This time in addition to the actresses and models, we have singers, songwriters, television hosts and a couple of really serious journalists and newscasters.
And we have lovely ladies from Mexico, Puerto Rico, Colombia, Argentina and Venezuela.
The Latin entertainment industry is making new in-roads into the US all the time.
So don't be surprised to see some of these Latin beauties on the small screen and the big screen here in America before too awfully long.
Let's get started with....
Mexican Latin Grammy Award winner, songwriter, producer, and recording artist Ana Bárbara was born on January 10th, 1971 in Rio Verde, San Luis Potosí, Mexico.
Ana has released ten albums so far, starting with the self titled Ana Bárbara in 1994 and appeared on fifteen compilation albums.
On her latest album, Rompiendo Cadenas, there is a track titled Que Ironia which has three versions, rock, pop, and Duranguense.
She will be touring Mexico, Latin America, and the United States in 2010.
Ana Bárbara - Bandido
Ana Bárbara at Amazon
Mexican journalist, actress and producer Adela Micha was born on May 25th, 1963 in Mexico City, Mexico.
She has also hosted, appeared in and produced several shows
Adela was the host of the first two seasons of Big Brother Mexico.
She also hosts a radio news show on Imagen Informativa radio network.
Argentine journalist, model, and television host Candela Ferro was born on November 13th, 1973 in Reconquista, Santa Fe, Argentina.
She is probably best known as the host of Telemundo's Al Rojo Vivo: Fin de Semana con Candela Ferro and the E! Latin show "Mil Preguntas, Una Estrella con Candela Ferro ".
Candela has hosted the Latin Billboard Music Awards four times, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade for Telemundo for four years and the Miss Universe Pageant seven times.
In 2002, she presented the INTE Awards (Spanish Television Industry Awards) in Miami and in 2003, she was nominated as Best Female Presenter of the Year in the INTE Awards.
Mexican actress and dancer Edith González was born on December 10th, 1964, in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico.
She made her acting debut at the age of twelve in the movie El rey de los gorilas.
Edith has gone on to appear in sixteen films, five television shows and a remarkable twenty eight telenovelas, starting with Cosa Juzgada in 1970.
She also appeared on stage in Gigi (1986), Las Noches de Aventurera (1998) and Buenas Noches, Mama (2010).
Colombian journalist and newscaster Ilia Calderón was born in 1972 in Istmina, Chocó, Coloumbia.
She has appeared on Teleantioquia in Colombia, Telemundo and Univision, where she co-hosted the weekend addition for awhile.
Before going into TV, Ilia majored in Social Work at Universidad de Antioquia.
Karla Martínez was born on February 6th, 1975 in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico.
She hosted the TV show Control from 2000 to 2006, and co-hosts Despierta América on Univision.
People en Español named Karla one of its 25 Most Beautiful People in 2002.
Puerto Rican actress, model and television host Karla Monroig was born on March 5th, 1979 in Guayama, Puerto Rico.
At the age of fourteen, Karla was the first runner up of the Miss Borinquen Teenage pageant.
This sparked a very successful modeling career, that wound up bringing her to television.
She appeared in several TV series, before becoming an entertainment reporter on Anda Pa'l Cará.
Karla then hosted the reality show Buscados (Most Wanted) with Hector Marcano.
She was also a reporter for E-ritmo T.V. (E-rhythm T.V.) and she was the co-host of the variety show Caliente, that a few of you might remember.
It seems Caliente was popular even among the non-Spanish speaking audience.
Cuban-American journalist and TV show host Myrka Dellanos was born on May 27th, 1965 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
She was the co-host of Univision's Primer Impacto from 1992 to 2005, and in 2004, she was named "Estrella Del Año" (Star of the Year) by People en Espanol.
Myrka has hosted at least seven different shows, and appeared on many TV shows as herself.
In 2004, she was one of the hosts of "The Hispanic Heritage Month" at the White House, in Washington, D.C.
Former President George W. Bush appointed Myrka a member of the Freedom Corp, and in 2000, she was awarded the "Hispanic Leadership Award" by the Hispanic Heritage Council.
She was also made a Goodwill Ambassador for "The International Rescue Committee".
Mexican actress and singer Sandra Echeverría was born on December 11th, 1984 in Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico.
Sandra started out at the age of fourteen in the singing group "Perfiles", which later changed it's name to "Crush".
In 2002, she made her acting debut in TV Azteca's Subete a mi Moto as Mariana.
In 2004 she appeared in Soñarás as Estefanía, then in 2006, she went on to star in the Spanish-language telenovela Marina that aired on United States-based television network Telemundo as the title character Marina Hernández/Alarcón.
In addition to television work, she has appeared in six films, with two De día y de noche and the sci-fi adventure film 2033 set for 2010 release.
American reggaetón singer-songwriter, model and actress Yasmin Deliz was born on June 2, 1987 in Caracas, Venezuela.
Although she was born in Caracas, she was raised in Queens, New York and later moved to California at the age of sixteen.
Yasmin has been a a VJ for the show "Vivo" for mun2, (a Latin music television network) co-star of mun2’s reality show The Chicas Project (with another VJ, Crash), and she appeared in the 2008 music video "Single" by New Kids on the Block (featuring Ne-Yo).
Yasmin also appeared in the 2009 action/comedy/crime film Next Day Air with Donald Faison, Mike Epps and Lauren London.