Verónica Castro

Actor and Singer
Born Oct 19, 1952

Verónica Castro is a Mexican entertainer. She is the mother of singer Cristian Castro and filmmaker Michelle Sáinz Castro and the sister of actress Beatriz Castro and telenovela producer José Alberto Castro. She started her career as a television actress, where she met comedian Manuel Valdés, father of her son Cristian Castro, and in fotonovelas and telenovelas while earning her degree in international relations.… Read More

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Learn about the memorable moments in the evolution of Verónica Castro.


1952 Birth Born on October 19, 1952.


1973 20 Years Old Castro recorded her first album in 1973, a self-titled album(Veronica Castro), And Then releasing three hit singles from Her Next Album "Sensaciones"; these were "Mi Pequeño Ciclón," "Soy Celosa," and "Yo Quisiera Señor Locutor." … Read More


1986 33 Years Old In 1986, she performed in the Latin version of "We Are The World." … Read More
1987 34 Years Old In 1987, her career got a huge boost internationally when she played the main character in Rosa salvaje, alongside Guillermo Capetillo and Laura Zapata. … Read More
1990 37 Years Old In 1990 Castro participated in Mi pequeña Soledad alongside Omar Fierro and July Furlong, where she had to play both a 40-year-old victim of rape who became pregnant and later was paralyzed in a car crash, and her 20-year-old daughter, the "Soledad" of the title, who was the product of the rape. … Read More


1993 40 Years Old In 1993, she starred in the unsuccessful telenovela Valentina with Juan Ferrara and the "Queen of Salsa," Celia Cruz.
1997 44 Years Old In 1997 Castro re-emerged successfully with a new CD and a new television show. … Read More
1999 46 Years Old In 1999 Castro recorded her last pop CD, Ave Vagabundo, by famed composer and producer Ana Gabriel. … Read More


2006 53 Years Old In 2006 she recorded Por Esa Puerta. … Read More
2008 55 Years Old In 2008 Verónica Castro returned to the stage with Chiquita Pero Picosa, a remake of a production in which she had appeared in the 1980s. … Read More
2009 56 Years Old In 2009 Verónica Castro went back to telenovelas, and left her native Mexico for Argentina to film the telenovela Los Exitosos Pérez. … Read More


2016 63 Years Old In 2016, Verónica Castro returns to center stage with the all-time Broadway classic, 'Applause' inspired on the film, "All About Even". … Read More
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