42 Facts About Carlos Vives

1. In 1982, Carlos Vives began acting in a number of shows and telenovelas including "Pequenos Gigantes" and "Tuyo es Mi Corazon" (You are My Heart—1985).

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2. In 1982, Carlos Vives began acting in a number of shows and telenovelas including "Pequenos Gigantes" and "Tuyo es Mi Corazon" (You are My Heart—1985).

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3. In 1982, Carlos Vives began acting in a number of shows and telenovelas including "Pequenos Gigantes" and "Tuyo es Mi Corazon" (You are My Heart—1985).

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4. In 1982, Carlos Vives began acting in a number of shows and telenovelas including "Pequenos Gigantes" and "Tuyo es Mi Corazon" (You are My Heart—1985).

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5. In 1982, Carlos Vives began acting in a number of shows and telenovelas including "Pequenos Gigantes" and "Tuyo es Mi Corazon" (You are My Heart—1985).

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6. Carlos Vives deserves a ton of credit for creating this role, one that Winstead knocks out of the park.

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7. In 1982, Carlos Vives began acting in a number of shows and telenovelas including "Pequenos Gigantes" and "Tuyo es Mi Corazon" (You are My Heart—1985).

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8. In 1982, Carlos Vives began acting in a number of shows and telenovelas including "Pequenos Gigantes" and "Tuyo es Mi Corazon" (You are My Heart—1985).

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9. Carlos Vives is the oldest daughter of Carlos Vives and Herlinda Gomez.

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10. In 1982, Carlos Vives began acting in a number of shows and telenovelas including "Pequenos Gigantes" and "Tuyo es Mi Corazon" (You are My Heart—1985).

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11. In 1982, Carlos Vives began acting in a number of shows and telenovelas including "Pequenos Gigantes" and "Tuyo es Mi Corazon" (You are My Heart—1985).

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12. In 1982, Carlos Vives began acting in a number of shows and telenovelas including "Pequenos Gigantes" and "Tuyo es Mi Corazon" (You are My Heart—1985).

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13. In 1982, Carlos Vives began acting in a number of shows and telenovelas including "Pequenos Gigantes" and "Tuyo es Mi Corazon" (You are My Heart—1985).

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14. In 1982, Carlos Vives began acting in a number of shows and telenovelas including "Pequenos Gigantes" and "Tuyo es Mi Corazon" (You are My Heart—1985).

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15. Carlos Vives has won two awards out of five nominations.

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16. Carlos Vives spends his time between Miami and Colombia, mainly Santa Marta and Bogota.

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17. Carlos Vives was cast in the leading role of a fantasy series based in the life of vallenato composer Rafael Escalona called, not surprisingly, Escalona.

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18. Carlos Vives is remembered for his leading roles in the soaps La Otra and Aventurera.

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19. Carlos Vives finally found fame in 1986 by playing the title role of Gallito Ramirez, which told the story of a Colombian Caribbean coast boxer who falls in love with an uptight girl, who was portrayed by his first wife, Margarita Rosa de Francisco.

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20. In 1982, Carlos Vives began acting in a number of shows and telenovelas including "Pequenos Gigantes" and "Tuyo es Mi Corazon" (You are My Heart—1985).

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21. Carlos Vives enrolled in Jorge Tadeo Lozano University and holds a publicist degree from the university.

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22. In 1993, backed by the band "La Provincia", Carlos Vives released the album Clasicos de la Provincia in which he started fusing Vallenato with rock, [2] pop and other Caribbean Colombian ethnic rhythms.

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23. Carlos Vives was born on 7 August 1961 [2] in Santa Marta, Magdalena, Colombia, where he spent his first 12 years of life.

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24. Carlos Vives will soon be releasing a highly anticipated new album.

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25. Carlos Vives is a Columbian singer-songwriter, who makes huge music which is literally vast, and atmospheric in places.

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26. Carlos Vives splits his time between Miami and Colombia, mostly in Santa Marta and Bogot.

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27. Carlos Vives was wed to the well-known Colombian performer Margarita Rosa de Francisco, Herlinda Gmez and is currently married to former Miss Colombia Claudia Elena Vsquez and they have 2 kids.

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28. Carlos Vives splits his time taken between Miami and Colombia, primarily in Santa Marta and Bogota.

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29. Carlos Vives was wedded to the popular Colombian celebrity Margarita Rosa de Francisco, Herlinda Gomez and is currently married to previous Miss Colombia Claudia Elena Vasquez plus they have 2 kids.

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30. Carlos Vives made an appearance on the small display in Colombia when he became a member of fellow performers Ricardo Montaner, Fanny Lu, and Andres Cepeda as a trainer on Time of year 1 of the vocal competition series phenomenon The Tone of voice Colombia, which premiered October 2012.

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31. In 1982, Carlos Vives became an actor and among the first telenovelas where he made an appearance was "Pequenos Gigantes".

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32. Carlos Vives will continue to reveal news from his upcoming album and studio sessions through his official Twitter account @carlosvives.

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33. In 2012 Carlos Vives begins a new era, television and music are the perfect combination.

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34. Carlos Vives supplemented the sound with rock instruments like the drum kit and guitar.

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35. Carlos Vives helped spark a resurgence of the vallenato, a traditional Colombian Atlantic coast rhythm, by fusing it with refreshing strains of rock and reggae.

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36. In 1997 Carlos Vives signed with EMI Latin America after the label agreed to give the artist complete creative control of his music, and in 1999 the company released El Amor de Mi Tierra.

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37. In 1997 Carlos Vives toured throughout the Americas and Europe and then settled in Miami, partly in order to get away from the high crime rate in Colombia and partly to promote his music to American listeners.

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38. Carlos Vives was performing in a club called Ramon Antigua one night in 1982 when a television producer saw his performance and asked if he would like to audition for a Colombian television show, Tiempo Sin Huella.

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39. Carlos Vives has won nine awards from twenty two nominations.

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40. In 2012 Carlos Vives began a new era in television and music.

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41. In 1993, backed by the band "La Provincia", Carlos Vives released the album Clasicos de la Provincia in which he started fusing Vallenato with rock, pop and other Caribbean Colombian ethnic rhythms.

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42. Carlos Vives was born on 7 August 1961 in Santa Marta, Magdalena, Colombia, where he spent his first 12 years of life.

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