Enrique Miguel Iglesias Preysler was born in Madrid, Spain, to singer Julio Iglesias and socialite Isabel Preysler.
Enrique Iglesias Biography Enrique Miguel Iglesias Preysler was born in Madrid, Spain, to singer Julio Iglesias and socialite Isabel Preysler. He is of Spanish, and some Filipino, descent. In 1979, his parents' marriage was annulled. He was eight years old when he moved to the U.S., and at the age of 15, secretly began writing music. He studied business administration at the University of Miami for a year before he dropped out to pursue a music career. Five years later, on September 25, 1995, he released his first album. His second album, which was recorded in Spanish, was released on January 29, 1997. Enrique has made 9 albums. "Insomniac" was released 2008 and he did the official song for UEFA Europa League 2008, "Can You Hear Me", which he sang at the soccer league's finale. After "Insomniac" he made "Greatest Hits" and went on tour in 2009. His latest album, "Euphoria" is his first bilingual album, featuring Spanish and English songs. - IMDb Mini Biography By: StephanieMusica Trade Mark (4) Known for the mole he had on his right cheek Athletic body High jumping on the stage Sexy voice Trivia (53) Son of Julio Iglesias and Isabel Preysler. The same writing team that wrote singer Cher's "Believe" wrote his hit "Bailamos.". Considers himself a songwriter first, and singer second. Younger brother of Julio Iglesias Jr. and Chabeli Iglesias. Number #1 Spanish album: Quizas (Latin Billboard Charts) Has five younger half siblings on his father's side, Miguel, Rodrigo, twins Victoria & Christina and Guillermo. On his mother's side he has two younger half sisters, Tamara Falcó and Ana Boyer. Appeared on the cover of the Spanish edition of 'Rolling Stone', December 15th, 2002. Number #3 Spanish Song: "Para Que La Vida" (Latin Billboard Charts). Number #1 song "Para Que La Vida" on Latin Billboard Music Charts. Has had 16 number #1 songs. Is the first Latin artist to have the most #1 singles on Latin Billboard Charts history. Had a mole on his right cheek removed. [April 2003] His song "Quizás" ("Maybe") is about his dad, Julio Iglesias. "Quizás" received a Latin Grammy nomination for Best Male Pop Vocal Album (2003). "Be With You" received a Grammy nomination for Best Dance Recording (2001). Decided to part with his trademark mole after a doctor told him it could become cancerous. Won The Latin Grammy For "Best Male Pop Vocal Album" [September 3rd, 2003] His new single, "Addicted," is from his [new] 4th English album titled "7" Enrique's album is due out November 25th, 2003. Born in Madrid, Spain, but grew up in Miami, Florida. His song "Addicted" debuted on Casey Kasem's AT40 on November 16th, 2003 at #38. Song "Addicted" is #37 on Casey Kasem's AT40 [November 23rd, 2003] His song "Addicted" only went up to #26 on Casey Kasem's American Top 40. Was Ryan Seacrest's first musical guest on his new show On-Air with Ryan Seacrest (2004) on 12 January 2004. Co-wrote Clay Aiken's song "The Way". His father is of Spanish descent. His mother, who is from the Philippines, has Spanish, as well as Asian-Filipino, ancestry. In Spanish, his song "Bailamos" means "we dance" and
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