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Jennifer Lynn Muñiz (née Lopez; born July 24, 1969) is an American entertainer, businesswoman, producer and philanthropist.
- recording artist
- television personality
With more than 70 million albums sold, Jennifer is one of the biggest stars in music.
Jennifer's films have grossed over $2 billion worldwide!
Check out movie stills, posters, on the set photos, and more!
Jennifer doesn't just dance, sing and act- she's created an empire!
See what else Jennifer is involved in: fragrances, clothing, a production company, etc.
Q'VIVA, THE CHOSEN
SOUTH BEACH TOW
THE LOPEZ FAMILY FOUNDATION
I experienced the beauty of new motherhood right around the same time as my sister, Lynda. For both of us, the importance of bringing a greater sense of security and well-being to under-served and under-privileged communities truly hit home during that time. We both feel the desire, as never before, to help create a healthier, happier environment for others.
SECOND CHANCES - 1993
HOTEL MALIBU 1993- 1994
PRODUCED BY JLO
JLO'S KOHL'S COLLECTION
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Su triunfo en el certamen de belleza Miss Universo, le dio un nuevo sentido a su vida al igual que a la de miles de sus hermanos puertorriqueños. Sin embargo, no todo ha sido color de rosa para la multifacética puertorriqueña Marisol Malaret.
La muerte de sus padres, cuando aún era una niña, la obligó a trabajar desde muy joven para ayudar sostener a su hermano y a su tía Doña Esther Contreras. Gracias a esta, Marysol aprendió temprano en la vida que para poder alcanzar toda meta era necesario trabajar con esfuerzo, perseverancia y disciplina.
Mrisol ingresó a la Universidad de Puerto Rico donde completó un grado asociado en ciencias secretariales. Luego de completar su educación comenzó a trabajar como secretaria ejecutiva en la International Telephone and Telegraph Company (I.T.T.), empresa que posteriormente se convirtió en la Telefónica de Puerto Rico.
DEBORAH CARTHY DEU
Deborah Carthy-Deu was born in Santurce, Puerto Rico to Ramón Carthy Sanchez and Vicky Sanz Deu, of Irish and of Puerto Rican decent. Her mother directed an academy for ballet and modeling, Academia de Ballet y Modelaje Vicky Sanz, under the name of Vicky Sanz. Her father was a photography director. At age nine she started to take ballet classes at the school her mother directed. She was trained as a classical ballerina. She attended an elementary catholic school and later enrolled in the ninth grade at Commonwealth High School. From age thirteen on she spent her summers in New York City taking dance classes. She later attended the University of Puerto Rico pursued a major in drama. At thirteen she also auditioned for Ballet Concierto and becomes part of the dance company.
Deborah Fátima Carthy-Deu is a Puerto Rican actress, host, and former beauty queen. She is known for being the second Miss Universe from Puerto Rico. The contest was held at the James L. Knight Center in Miami, Florida on July 15, 1985.
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Dayanara Torres Delgado is a Puerto Rican actress, singer, model, writer and former Miss Universe. Torres was discovered at age 17 while walking through the Plaza de Toa Alta in her hometown, and was
Torres was discovered at age 17 while walking through the Plaza de Toa Alta in her hometown, and was invited to represent Toa Alta in the annual Miss Puerto Rico pageant. She won the pageant and the right to represent Puerto Rico in the 1993Miss Universe pageant. In 1992, she participated in the Miss International pageant and became a semi-finalist. The same year, she earned second place at the Queen of the World contest. Torres had turned 18 several months before the contest. After she won the title, she became an instant superstar in the Philippines. During and after her reign as Miss Universe, she became an ambassador for UNICEF, traveling through Asia and Latin America in support of the organization. She created the Dayanara Torres Foundation which has provided scholarships to poor students in Puerto Rico and the Philippines. In 1994, she went to Manila to crown the new Miss Universe and during the ceremony, she sang "A Whole New World" as a duet with Peabo Bryson.
After the 1994 Miss Universe pageant, Torres landed several movie roles, made television appearances, and received offers to endorse products. She became a celebrity in the Philippines and lived in the country for five years. She also appeared in more than 10 movies, including Hataw Na, a film with Filipino actor and singer Gary Valenciano (who is half-Puerto Rican). During that time, she also filmed Linda Sara (1994), a Puerto Rican film directed by Jacobo Morales in which she was paired with fellow Puerto Rican singer, Chayanne. She also became a staple figure on Philippine television every Sunday on the show ASAP Mania, where her dancing skills gained her the informal title "Dancing Queen".
During her time in the Philippines, Torres learned to speak Tagalog, the main language of the country and she had a four-year relationship with Filipino actor Aga Muhlach, who is now married to Charlene Gonzalez, Miss Universe 1994 top 6 finalist. Torres and Muhlach first met on the set of her first Philippine movie, Basta't Kasama Kita (As Long As I'm With You) In 1995 she also did the dance movie "Hataw Na!" (Start Dancing!) with fellow Puerto Rican and Filipino O.P.M artist Gary Valenciano in 1998 he starred with Action Star/Game show hostCesar Montano In a comedy action flick Type Kita Walang Kokontra! (You're My Type, Nobody Can Meddle!) she also became part of the Music Variety Show ASAP (variety show)When it first aired in 1994 as a Host for 5 years as she came in and out of town in 1997–1998 as she came in and out of town in 2007, she visited the Philippines but could not perform due to the fact of schedule conflicts.
In 1995, Dayanara won as Best New Female TV Personality in the 10th PMPC Star Awards for Television, an award night celebration held every year in the Philippines. She was the 1st and only Puerto Rican Female Actress won in a Philippine Awards Night.
Since relinquishing the title, Quiñones attended the School for Film and Television's two-year conservatory acting program. Presently an actress, Quiñones has starred in the Spanish version of Nilo Cruz's play Ana en el trópico (Anna in the Tropics) and continues to hone her talent in the United States. For her role in Anna in the Tropics she was nominated and awarded an HOLA Award (from the Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors) and an ACE Award. In October 2005 she was selected for the role of Doña Rosita, in a production of Federico Garcia Lorca's play Doña Rosita la soltera.
Quiñones guest-starred in an season 5 episode of the WB Network television series Smallville. She played Andrea, a masked avenger who fought crime in Metropolis and invited Clark Kent (Tom Welling) to join her in her adventures. On the heels of her Smallville role, she was also cast in the role of "Rachel", a young fighter pilot in the pilot for the TV series Aquaman which was in development for the CW Television Network.
In November 2006, Quiñones led the Off-Broadway cast of Zanahorias (or Carrots in English), a Spanish comedy by Spanish playwright Antonio Zancada. For her role in Zanahorias she won an ACE Award in 2007.
In July 2008, it was announced that Quiñones would play the part of Lara in the upcoming film I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell, based on the book of the same name. On July 24, 2008, producer Tucker Max announced on the film's official production blog that Quiñones had dropped out due to a scheduling conflict