6 May 1968 (age 48)
There are at least three artists that use the name "Cynthia"
1. Cynthia Torres, better known as Cynthia is an Hispanic-American Freestyle music singer of Puerto Rican descent. She began her career at the age of sixteen singing in a group with future fellow freestyle artist Sa-Fire, who landed Cynthia an audition for a record producer. Two weeks later, she landed a contract for MicMac Records. In her first (eponymous) album, Cynthia hit it big in 1990 with the classic club hits “Change On Me”, and “Endless Nights”. She had a second successful album with “Cynthia II”. Since signing with Tommy Boy Records in 1992, her career has met with somewhat less success, with just a few minor club hits.
2. Cynthia Deyanira Rodríguez Ruiz (born May 5, 1984 in Monclova, Coahuila, Mexico) is a Mexican singer and reality television personality
She was a contestant on the reality TV show La Academia, coming in fourth place. Rodríguez later competed on the reality show Desafio de Estrellas. She was voted off the show right before the finals, with only five other contestants left. Her album Soy was released in June 2006, just as she left Desafio de Estrellas. She was selected to sing the theme song for a television series on TV Azteca, called Looking for a Man.
Cynthia later played an important antagonist role in a Mexican "telenovela" called Bellezas Indomables. Concurrently, her second album Provocame was released in March, 2008.
In the present, Cynthia is playing the role of the protagonist's best friend in the "telenovela" Mujer Comprada, which airs daily on TV Azteca. At the same time, she is the hostess of a music videos show called Festival Azteca Music, which airs weekly on Azteca America. She is also planning the release of her third album for 2010.
3. Cynthia was a visual kei band that disbanded in 2000/2001.
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