Belinda Peregrín Biography

Belinda Peregrín Biography
Belinda Peregrín, born on August 15, 1989 in Madrid, Spain, is a Mexican pop/rock singer-songwriter and actress. She moved to Mexico City as a young child and has lived there ever since.


This is one of many cases where young artists begin their career in acting and then move on to singing. The daughter of Ignacio Belinda Peregrín and Belinda Schüll, Belinda made her first appearance in television as the main character, Ana Capistrán, in the children's telenovela Amigos X Siempre, where she debuted as an actress after winning the role in a national casting in Mexico, beating 5000 other girls. Belinda went on to star in other soap operas like Aventuras en el Tiempo alongside Christopher Uckermann and Cómplices al Rescate, which she could not complete, and was later replaced by actress Daniela Luján. She also contributed to the soundtracks of those telenovelas.

Belinda Peregrín's international self-titled album Belinda became as big a success in many different countries, as it was in her native Mexico. It included singles such as Lo Siento, Boba Niña Nice, Ángel, and Vivir, which was also chosen as the main theme song for Corazones al Límite, another soap opera she briefly appeared in.

In 2005, Belinda Peregrín collaborated with the Mexican rock band Moderatto, on their single Muriendo Lento.

In March of 2006 production for the sequel to the Disney Channel movie The Cheetah Girls began, with Belinda on cast. The entire film was shot in Barcelona, Spain. The movie will premiere on August 25.

Belinda Peregrín is currently recording her sophomore album in Los Angeles.

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