Mexican Rogelio Martínez began singing at a very young age, supported by his father, artist Juan José Martínez. Rogelio successfully participated in different music contests after his family moved to the U.S. In addition, he started an acting career, making his debut while playing a role in the 1997 movie La Amarradora, working along with Valentin Trujillo and Lorena Herrera. Rogelio Martínez' breakthrough came after issuing a Spanish version of Shania Twain's "You're Still the One," titled "Y Sigues Siendo Tú." ~ Drago Bonacich, RoviPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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