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Carlos Ponce

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Both a gifted actor and a pop star of some renown, the multitalented Carlos Ponce was born to Cuban parents in Puerto Rico in 1972. He showed his showbiz proclivities early, reportedly appearing in a television commercial when he was just six years old. When he moved to Miami in 1986, it proved to be the perfect staging ground for a high-profile career. His self-titled 1998 debut album was produced by Emilio Estefan, Jr. and launched the No. 1 charting single "Rezo." The 1999 follow-up, Todo Lo Que Soy, did fairly well, but by 2003 EMI was releasing his greatest hits album, suggesting the singer wasn't planning to release new material anytime soon. Sarah Bardeen

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Both a gifted actor and a pop star of some renown, the multitalented Carlos Ponce was born to Cuban parents in Puerto Rico in 1972. He showed his showbiz proclivities early, reportedly appearing in a television commercial when he was just six years old. When he moved to Miami in 1986, it proved to be the perfect staging ground for a high-profile career. His self-titled 1998 debut album was produced by Emilio Estefan, Jr. and launched the No. 1 charting single "Rezo." The 1999 follow-up, Todo Lo Que Soy, did fairly well, but by 2003 EMI was releasing his greatest hits album, suggesting the singer wasn't planning to release new material anytime soon.

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Carlos Ponce

About Carlos Ponce

Both a gifted actor and a pop star of some renown, the multitalented Carlos Ponce was born to Cuban parents in Puerto Rico in 1972. He showed his showbiz proclivities early, reportedly appearing in a television commercial when he was just six years old. When he moved to Miami in 1986, it proved to be the perfect staging ground for a high-profile career. His self-titled 1998 debut album was produced by Emilio Estefan, Jr. and launched the No. 1 charting single "Rezo." The 1999 follow-up, Todo Lo Que Soy, did fairly well, but by 2003 EMI was releasing his greatest hits album, suggesting the singer wasn't planning to release new material anytime soon. Sarah Bardeen

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Both a gifted actor and a pop star of some renown, the multitalented Carlos Ponce was born to Cuban parents in Puerto Rico in 1972. He showed his showbiz proclivities early, reportedly appearing in a television commercial when he was just six years old. When he moved to Miami in 1986, it proved to be the perfect staging ground for a high-profile career. His self-titled 1998 debut album was produced by Emilio Estefan, Jr. and launched the No. 1 charting single "Rezo." The 1999 follow-up, Todo Lo Que Soy, did fairly well, but by 2003 EMI was releasing his greatest hits album, suggesting the singer wasn't planning to release new material anytime soon.

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Carlos Ponce

Puerto Rican actor

Carlos Ponce

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Ponce in 2019

Born

Carlos Armando Ponce Freyre, Jr.


(1972-09-04) September 4, 1972 (age 49)

Santurce, Puerto Rico

Occupation
  • Actor
  • musician
  • television personality
  • model
Years active1993–present
Spouse(s)

Verónica Rubio

(m. 1996; div. 2010)​

Karina Banda

(m. 2018)​
Partner(s)Ximena Duque (2010–2016)
Children4
Musical career
Genres
Instruments

Musical artist

Carlos Armando Ponce Freyre Jr.[note 1] (born September 4, 1972) is a Puerto Rican actor, musician, model, and television personality. Ponce began his acting career by participating in Spanish language soap operas for Televisa and Telemundo. Ponce continued to expand his acting career by participating in various American television series. He did not limit himself solely to a career in television. Ponce, who is also a singer, is also active in the American movie industry as a character actor. In film, he played Salvadore in Couples Retreat, Matthew Wright in Spy and Rodrigo in Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo. In television, he played Felix Gonzalez in Cristela, Max Duran in Hollywood Heights, as well as voicing Santiago Santos in Maya & Miguel.

Early life[edit]

Ponce was born in Santurce, Puerto Rico. His parents, Carlos Ponce, Sr. and Esther Freyre, emigrated from Cuba after the Cuban Revolution led by Fidel Castro. After his birth, the family moved to Humacao, where Ponce was raised. As a child, he actively participated in his school's plays and at home he would often put on a show for the family where he would sing the latest tunes. "Carlitos", as he is known in Puerto Rico, started to appear in television commercials at the age of six. He attended high school in Humacao and was a member of the school's drama club.[1][2]

In 1986, the Ponce family moved to Miami, Florida and Ponce continued to participate in his school's productions at South Miami Senior High. He was named the best student actor of the southern region of the United States .[3]

In 1990, Ponce participated in the Southeastern Theatre Conference and competed for the chance to win a scholarship. He won and enrolled in the New World School of the Artsconservatory. However, the Spanish-language television station Univision offered Ponce the opportunity to host a show called Hablando (Talking). This was his first serious television debut and after his debut he gave up his university studies.[1][2][3]

Career[edit]

Acting[edit]

After Hablando came to its end, Ponce went to Mexico to visit a friend. While there he visited the Televisa television station. The talent director of the station met Ponce and offered Ponce his first role in a soap opera: Guadalupe, starring Adela Noriega and Eduardo Yáñez. He participated in another soap opera for Televisa, Sentimientos Ajenos, in which he played the main character. Ponce also sang the theme song for the production. He received the "Actor Revelation of 1997 Award" by Eres magazine and named "Best Actor" by TV y Novelas magazine (both are Mexican publications).[1][2][3]

In between productions, Ponce returned to Miami and Univision hired him as the host of a new show, Control. He hosted the show for three years and won an "ACE Award".[1][2][3]

In 2003, Ponce joined Entertainment Tonight as a correspondent. He also hosted An Entertainment Tonight Event — Celebrity Weddings Unveiled, a CBS primetime special. Ponce hosted the 2006 Miss Universe pageant in Los Angeles, with Shandi Finnessey, Nancy O'Dell and Carson Kressley. In 2007, he starred in the TelemundoNBC UniversaltelenovelaDame Chocolate (Give Me Chocolate) alongside Génesis Rodríguez and Karla Monroig. Ponce also starred in Perro Amor in 2010 on the same network. In 2012, Ponce began hosting the hit Puerto Rican singing competition for kids on Wapa Television called Idol Kids Puerto Rico.[1][2][3] In 2013, Ponce appeared on Telemundo's Santa Diabla as Humberto Cano.

American film industry[edit]

In 1998, he made his debut in American television with his participation in the TV series Beverly Hills, 90210 and 7th Heaven where he played the husband of Jessica Biel's character Mary Camden. He also made guest appearances in Live with Regis and Kathie Lee and in Donny & Marie.[1][2][3]

In 2003, Ponce played himself in the movie Chasing Papi alongside fellow Latinos: Puerto Ricans Roselyn Sánchez, Lisa Vidal, Walter Mercado, Colombian actress Sofía Vergara, and Latin pop singer Jaci Velásquez. After this experience, he went to New Zealand to film Meet Me in Miami.[1][2][3]

In 2005, Ponce briefly appeared in the movie Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo.

In 2006, Ponce participated in the controversial recording of the Spanish-language version of the Star-Spangled Banner, called "Nuestro Himno", alongside Wyclef Jean, Gloria Trevi, and Olga Tañón.[1][2][3] He hosted the Miss Universe 2006 pageant in Los Angeles, along with Nancy O'Dell and Carson Kressley. He also appeared in the movie Just My Luck, with Lindsay Lohan, Chris Pine, and McFly.

In 2008, Ponce starred as a celebrity judge alongside actress and singer María Conchita Alonso on VH1's reality series ¡Viva Hollywood!, which featured twelve Latino actors competing for the title of "America's Numero Uno Telenovela Star".

In 2009, Ponce starred in the second season of Lipstick Jungle, where he played a character named Rodrigo.[4] He later stated that he accepted the role because it could "benefit" his career.[4] Also that year, he appeared in Couples Retreat as a yoga instructor.

From 2014 to 2015, Ponce co-starred in the ABC comedy Cristela as Felix, the male lead on the show.

In 2020, Carlos appeared in Julie and the Phantoms as the titular character's father, Ray Molina.

Music[edit]

External audio
audio icon You may listen to Carlos Ponce's "Rezo"here
audio icon and to his "Escuchame"here

In 1998, Emilio Estefan Jr. and Kike Santander signed Ponce to a record contract. His first album was entitled Carlos Ponce, and included three of his own compositions. The album reached the #1 spot in the Latin Billboards for nine weeks in the Hispanic community of the United States. It also reached the #1 spot in Central America and South America. He was awarded a Double Platinum Award for the sales which his album generated.[5][6][7]

On the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks Carlos Ponce reached the number-one spot three times with "Rezo" (I Pray), "Decir Adiós" (Say Good-Bye) and "Escúchame" (Listen to Me).[8]

In 1999, Ponce recorded his second studio album, Todo lo que Soy (Everything that I Am). The World Athletic Games held in Seville, Spain adopted the song "Amelia" from Ponce's second album as its official theme. That same year, he was contracted by the Walt Disney Studios to sing "Bella Notte" for the animated film, Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure. He also appeared in ABC's drama series Once and Again.

After the tragedy of the September 11, 2001 attacks, Ponce joined a group of 100 Latin American singers, who united to pay tribute to the victims by recording "Ultimo Adios" ("Last Good-Bye"). The proceeds of the recording were donated to families of the victims. That same year Ponce participated in Televisa production, Sin Pecado Concebido, along with Mexican actress, Angélica Rivera. In 2002, he recorded his third studio album, Ponce; later that year he signed a contract with Telemundo to host a reality show called Protagonista de la Musica, which became one of the most popular Hispanic programs in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.[1][2][3]

Personal life[edit]

Ponce married his high school sweetheart, photographer Verónica Rubio, the sister of current U.S. SenatorMarco Rubio.[citation needed] They resided in Miami, Florida, with their four children: Giancarlo (born 1999), Sebastián (born 2001), and twins Savannah and Sienna (born 2002). In 2010, the couple divorced.[9]

From 2010 to 2016, he was in a relationship with Colombian actress Ximena Duque.[10]

In 2018, he began a relationship with Mexican television host Karina Banda. They married in December 2020.[11]

Filmography[edit]

Discography[edit]

  • 2012: Me Llevas
  • 2010: Perro Amor
  • 2005: Celebrando 15 Años Con
  • 2003: La Historia
  • 2002: Ponce
  • 1999: Todo Lo Que Soy
  • 1998: Carlos Ponce

Soundtrack[edit]

Billboard Hot Latin Tracks chart chronology[edit]

Year Single Peak[8]
1998 "Rezo" 1
1998 "Decir Adiós" 1
1999 "Recuerdo" 31
1999 "Te Vas" 10
1999 "Escúchame" 1
1999 "Busco una Mujer" 26
2000 "La Razón de mi Ser" 18
2002 "Mujer con Pantalones" 15

Awards[edit]

In 1999, Ponce received many awards, including:

  • "Best Pop Album" from Billboard magazine
  • "Artist Revelation" from Premios Lo Nuestro and
  • "Pop Ballad Revelation of the Year" from Premios Tu Musica de Puerto Rico.[1][2][3]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^

    In this Spanish name, the first or paternal surname is Ponce and the second or maternal family name is Freyre.

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcdefghij"WME"(PDF). www.wma.com.
  2. ^ abcdefghij"Star Pulse".
  3. ^ abcdefghij"PONCE, Carlos (Carlos Ponce), photo, biography". persona.rin.ru.
  4. ^ abAmary Santiago Torres (2008-07-18). "Despierta pasiones en "Lipstick Jungle"" (in Spanish). Primera Hora. Archived from the original on December 12, 2008. Retrieved 2008-07-22.
  5. ^"WME"(PDF). www.wma.com.
  6. ^"Star Pulse".
  7. ^"PONCE, Carlos (Carlos Ponce), photo, biography". persona.rin.ru.
  8. ^ abMusic News, Reviews, Articles, Information, News Online & Free Music – Billboard.com
  9. ^"Carlos Ponce: I Make Four Different Breakfasts!". Archived from the original on 2013-11-11. Retrieved 2012-05-06.
  10. ^"Ximena Duque, Carlos Ponce Break Up: Colombian Actress Reveals Reason Couple Called It Quits After 6 Years". 5 February 2016.
  11. ^"Secret wedding! Karina Banda and Carlos Ponce sealed their love in an intimate ceremony". HOLA! USA. 2020-12-01. Retrieved 2021-08-26.
  12. ^"Puerto Rican actor Carlos Ponce lends voice to animated sitcom 'Los Lopeggs'". La Presna Latina Media. Mendelson and Associates, LLC. 17 June 2021. Retrieved 24 June 2021.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlos_Ponce
Carlos Ponce - Escuchame

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