How Old Is Lucía Méndez? Lucía Méndez Birthday
Lucía Méndez was born on January 26, 1955 and is 67 years old now.
Birthday: January 26, 1955
How Old - Age: 67
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Is Lucía Méndez's father, Antonio Mendez Velasco, dead or alive?
Antonio Mendez Velasco's information is not available now.
Is Lucía Méndez's mother, Martha Ofelia Perez, dead or alive?
Martha Ofelia Perez's information is not available now.
Lucía Méndez's sister :
- Martha Minerva
Lucía Méndez's brothers :Lucía has 2 brothers:
Lucía Méndez's brother, Carlos Antonio, is still alive and kicking at the age of 50. He is American and has had a career as an actor, producer, crew.
- Jorge Abraham
Lucía Méndez - Biography
Lucía Leticia Méndez Pérez is a Mexican born telenovela and film actress, top model and singer.
In the music realm Méndez would record her first platinum album in 1975 alongside composer Juan Gabriel. The album, Siempre Estoy Pensando En Ti ("Always Thinking About You"), brought her huge success in the field. She recorded as many as five albums with Gabriel, this earned her recognition and credibility as a singer, and not only that but her albums were certified gold and platinum.
In 1980, she opened herself to a wider audience of the pop music genre. By way of introduction from Gabriel, Méndez would collaborate with Camilo Sesto, who was also a contributor to the theme song of the production Colorina. Sesto and Méndez release in 1982 her pop debut album, Cerca De Ti ("Closer To You"). The album includes as many as five hit singles, "Amiga Mia"(My Friend)," "Que Clase De Hombre Eres Tu" ("What Kind Of Man Are You"), "Culpable O Innocente" ("Innocent Or Guilty"), "Te Tengo En Mis Manos" ("I Have You In My Hands") and the 1# single, "Atada A Nada" ("Attached To Nothing")". Mendez continued to work with Spanish producers. On her next album, she would work with Honorario Herrero.
In the '90s Méndez re-emerged with two productions. After her song "Nos Aburriremos Juntos" ("We Shall Get Bored Together") was leaked into airways as early as November 1989 in America, the album was not officially released until 1990, Lucía es . . . Luna Morena ("Lucía is . . . Tanned Moon").