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Pablo Montero


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Pablo Montero (born Oscar Daniel Hernandez on August 23, 1974 in Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico) is a popular Mexican singer and actor. Montero is better known for his singing career; in fact, it was his career as a singer that has led him towards becoming an actor.

Known for his usage of “charro” hats and black clothing during his concerts, Montero is considered to be a teen idol and paparazzi favorite in Mexico. He is also well known in the rest of Latin America, Australia, Europe, and the Hispanic community of the United States.

When Montero was a teenager, he had his first professional singing job as the lead singer of a group named “Trébol”, which had a number one hit titled “Si tu Supieras” (Spanish for “If You Knew”), a song that was later sung by Alejandro Fernandez for the soap opera a titled the same, where Adela Noriega and Fernando Carrillo stared as the protagonists.

Montero opted for a career as a solo artist shortly after this, struggling in local bars and clubs until he got his big break in 1999 when his album, “Donde Estas, Corazon?” (“Where Are You, My Heart?”) became the number one album on Mexico’s charts. This in turn led to his acting debut in “Vivo Por Elena” (“I Live for Elena”), where he played a struggling young singer. This was followed by acting roles in “Nunca te Olvidare” (I Will Never Forget You”), “Abrazame muy Fuerte” (“Hold me Tight”), “Rebecca”, and “Entre El Amor y El Odio”.


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