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Ricky Martin

Ricky Martin Puerto Rican actor, singer and songwriter

Puerto Rican actor, singer and songwriter
Ricky Martin
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Intro Puerto Rican actor, singer and songwriter
A.K.A. Enrico Jose Martinez del Morales, Enrique Martín Morales, Enrique Jos...
Is Actor Singer Stage actor Musician Model Television actor Songwriter
From Puerto Rico Spain
Type Fashion Film, Television, Stage and Radio Music
Gender male
Birth 24 December 1971, San Juan, United States of America
Age: 48 years
Star sign CapricornCapricorn
Residence Los Angeles, United States of America
Family
Spouse: Jwan Yosef
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Height: 1.8161 m
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Biography

Enrique Martín Morales (born December 24, 1971), better known as Ricky Martin is a Puerto Rican singer, actor and author who is widely regarded as the "King of Latin Pop". He holds dual American and Spanish citizenship, and began his career at age 12 with the all-boy pop group Menudo. After five years with the group, he released several Spanish-language solo albums throughout the 1990s. Since the beginning of his solo career in 1991, Ricky Martin has sold over 70 million albums, making him one of the best-selling Latin music artists of all time. He also acted on stage and on TV in Mexico, where he achieved modest stardom. In 1994, he appeared on the US TV soap opera General Hospital, playing a Puerto Rican singer. He also ranks among the most influential Latin artists of all time.

In early 1999, after releasing several albums in Spanish, Martin performed "The Cup of Life" at the 41st Annual Grammy Awards show, which became a catalyst in bringing Latin pop to the forefront of the U.S. music scene. Following its success, Martin released "Livin' la Vida Loca", which helped him attain enormous success worldwide; it is generally seen as the song that began the Latin pop explosion of 1999 and made the transition easier for other Spanish-speaking artists to move into the English-speaking market. His first English-language album (also titled Ricky Martin), has sold 15 million copies and it's his best selling album to date. His other studio albums include: Me Amarás (1993), A Medio Vivir (1995), Vuelve (1998), Sound Loaded (2000), Almas del Silencio (2003), Life (2005), Música + Alma + Sexo (2011), and A Quien Quiera Escuchar (2015). In 2018, he portrayed Antonio D'Amico on The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story for which he received a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie.

Life and career

1971–1982: Early life

Martin was born on December 24, 1971, in San Juan, Puerto Rico, to Nereida Morales, an accountant, and Enrique Martín Negroni (son of Enrique Martín and Iraida Negroni Arizmendi), a psychologist. The youngest of three children on his mother's side and oldest of four children on his father's side, he has four brothers and one sister. His parents divorced when he was two years old, and Martin spent much of his childhood shifting between his father's home in the suburbs of University Gardens, a suburban middle-class neighborhood of San Juan, and his paternal grandmother's house nearby. Martin has two older maternal half-brothers, Fernando and Ángel Fernández, two younger paternal half-brothers, Eric and Daniel Martín, and a younger paternal half-sister, Vanessa Martín. Martin, in an interview with newspaper ABC, described his origins as Spanish, of Basque and Canarian descent and that the Martíns left Spain for Puerto Rico in 1779. He also has some Corsican heritage through his paternal grandmother.

Martin grew up in a Roman Catholic home and was an altar boy throughout his childhood. He began singing at age 6, using wooden kitchen spoons as pretend microphones; he often interpreted songs by Menudo to as well as English-language rock groups such as Led Zeppelin, Journey, and REO Speedwagon. His mother's side of the family was musically inclined, and his maternal grandfather was a poet, which inspired young Martin to write songs. Martin later reflected on his time spent with his family as a child: "Every time I find myself in front of an audience, be it twenty people or one hundred thousand, once again I feel the energy that consumed me back at the family gatherings of my youth." After discovering, with his father, a newspaper advertisement about auditions for commercials, 9-year-old Martin began appearing in Puerto Rican television commercials for products such as soft drinks, toothpaste, and restaurants. In a year and a half, he starred in 11 commercials.

1983–1990: Menudo

After achieving modest fame in Puerto Rico for his work in television commercials, Martin auditioned for membership in the Puerto Rican boy band Menudo. Although the executives enjoyed his dancing and singing at his first two auditions, Martin was rejected because he was too short. By the third audition, his persistence impressed executives, and in 1984, 12-year-old Martin became a member. A month after joining Menudo, he made his debut performance with the group at the Luis A. Ferré Performing Arts Center in San Juan. During this performance, he inadvertently disobeyed the choreography by walking around the stage, when it was planned that he would stay still, and was chastised by the band manager after the show: "The mistake was such a big deal that from that moment on, never again did I move when I wasn't supposed to move...That was the discipline of Menudo: You either did things the way you were told or you were not part of the group." The song "Asignatura Pendiente" from Almas del Silencio (2003) was inspired by the first time Martin left Puerto Rico to tour with Menudo.

Although Martin enjoyed traveling and performing onstage with Menudo, he found the band's busy schedule and strict management exhausting, and later reflected that the experience "cost" him his childhood. He considered leaving the group while on tour in Brazil, but ultimately decided to stay out of fear of media backlash and being sued for breach of contract. Martin also began struggling with his sexuality, noting the stark contrast between his status as a sex symbol and his own emotions. Despite this, Martin acknowledged his "opportunity to have so many amazing experiences with so many amazing people" during his time with the group.

He developed an interest in philanthropy when the group became UNICEF ambassadors, often working with impoverished children in third world countries. His experiences as an ambassador affected him greatly and inspired him to continue working with charities later in life.

By 1987, Menudo's record sales began to decline, and the group changed its image, adopting an edgier look and performing more rock-influenced songs. The band released the album Somos Los Hijos del Rock in Spanish, and to appeal to the Menudo's Filipino fanbase, the group released In Action, recording songs in both English and Tagalog.

After recording 11 albums with the group, Martin left Menudo in July 1989, at age 17, hoping to rest and evaluate his career path. He performed his final show with the group at the same venue where he'd performed his first performance as a member. Martin returned to Puerto Rico to graduate from high school, and 13 days after turning 18, he moved to New York City to celebrate his financial independence; since he was a minor during his time as a member of Menudo, Martin was not allowed to access his own bank accounts. He was accepted into New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, but months before classes began, Martin dropped out and moved to Mexico City to perform in the play Mama Ama el Rock (Mom Loves Rock).

1991–1994: Acting and first two solo albums

While he was performing onstage in Mama Ama el Rock, a producer in the audience took notice of Martin's acting and offered him a role in the Mexican telenovela Alcanzar una estrella after the show. He also joined the cast for the second season of the show, titled Alcanzar una estrella II. A film based on the TV series, titled Más que alcanzar una estrella, was also produced in which Martin starred and in 1993 earned an El Heraldo Award for his role. The show centered around a fictional musical group called Muñecos de Papel, in which Martin played Pablo Loredo, one of the six members; the group toured several cities in Mexico and recorded two albums. Although he had hoped to take a break from touring after Menudo, Martin enjoyed the experience because he got along with the other members well.

I was so excited about getting back into the music world that I didn't care what the conditions were...All of the hard work and passion I had exerted was finally now starting to come to fruition, and music came back to my life powerfully and definitively.

– Martin, on recording his debut album.

In 1990, Martin was signed to Sony Discos, the Sony Music Entertainment's Latin imprint. Eager to make his first solo album, Martin signed the contract without reading it and inadvertently signed a deal in which he would only be awarded one cent of royalties for each album sold. Despite viewing the contract as unfair, Martin referred to the record as "the start of something phenomenal" for him. After working "around the clock" to finish filming Alcanzar una estrella II and recording music, Martin released his debut solo album, the Spanish-language Ricky Martin, in November 1991. Ricky Martin included the singles: "Fuego Contra Fuego" and "El Amor de Mi Vida". "Fuego Contra Fuego" was certified Gold in Mexico, Argentina, Puerto Rico, and the United States. To promote the album, Martin toured throughout Latin America, which the singer referred to as "an indescribable feeling, almost like coming home."

After the success of Ricky Martin and its subsequent tour, Martin's record company met him with acclaimed producer Juan Carlos Calderón on his second solo album, Me Amarás. Although Martin felt "very grateful" for the opportunity to work with Calderón, he noted, "I always felt that that record was more his than mine." Released in May 1993, Me Amarás features a Spanish-language cover of the Laura Branigan song "Self Control", titled "Que Dia Es Hoy". In his review, Alex Henderson of AllMusic wrote, "The CD isn't without its pleasures...but on the whole, Me Amarás is too glossy, too calculated, and much too contrived for its own good."

In 1994, Martin's agent encouraged him to move to Los Angeles to act in an American sitcom called Getting By. The show was canceled after two seasons, but soon afterward, Martin was given the role of singer/bartender Miguel Morez on the soap opera General Hospital. Martin felt he lacked chemistry with the rest of the General Hospital cast and observed that people treated him differently because of his Puerto Rican accent. At the time, it was relatively uncommon for Hispanic people to appear on American television, and people suggested that he take accent reduction classes, which he refused. It was during this time, however, that Martin began his first committed relationship with a man. He "stopped fearing his sexuality", and soon came out to his mother, who was supportive of him. However, after the relationship ended, Martin "locked [his] feelings even deeper inside", and began dating women again. He recalled, "I already felt it was hard to be a Latino in Hollywood; what could have been more difficult than being Latino and gay?"

1995–1998: A Medio Vivir, Vuelve, and breakthrough

In 1995, Martin refocused on his music career, and began work on his third album, A Medio Vivir. The first single, the ballad "Te Extraño, Te Olvido, Te Amo", written by the producer of Lynda Thomas, Carlos Lara, was reminiscent of his earlier work. With the song, Martin furthered his expansion from Latin American and Spanish-speaking audiences to the European and Asian markets. However, the record also made a shift from his traditional ballad-style compositions to a more risky fusion of music centered around traditional Latin sounds, epitomized by the song "Maria". Taken aback by the starkly different musical style, record label executives felt that the song would ruin Martin's career. Despite this, "Maria" was chosen as the album's second single, and became a breakthrough hit, reaching number one in France, Spain, Germany, Belgium, Holland, Switzerland, Finland, Italy, Turkey, and the entire continent of South America. With A Medio Vivir, Martin was credited, along with singers Chayanne and Marc Anthony, for popularizing the music of Puerto Rico in Spain. The album has sold over 3 million copies worldwide.

In a 1996 interview with The Miami Herald, Martin expressed an interest in performing on Broadway. Days after the interview was released Martin received a phone call from producer Richard Jay-Alexander, offering him the role of Marius Pontmercy in the play Les Misérables. After the conclusion of a worldwide tour in support of A Medio Vivir, Martin returned to New York to appear in the play in an eleven-week run. He greatly enjoyed the experience, calling his time in the play an "honor" and "the role of [his] life". Martin continued to tour after the conclusion of the show's run, and noted that his audiences were growing in both size and enthusiasm. In 1997, Martin was invited to the prestigious Sanremo Music Festival in Sanremo, Italy. After landing in Milan, Martin's scheduled helicopter trip to Sanremo had to be postponed due to poor weather conditions. Hoping to arrive at the festival on time, Martin and his crew drove through the mountainous terrain at over 120 miles per hour. The car then turned too quickly and flipped over. However, "none of us had more than a couple of scratches and bruises" and he arrived at the festival on time by taxi later that day. In the summer of 1997, Martin embarked on a tour of Spain, performing 45 shows in 36 cities.

While on tour, Martin returned to the studio to record his fourth album, Vuelve (1998). He called the experience of touring and recording at the same time "brutal and incredibly intense". As he was finishing the record, the singer was contacted by FIFA to write a song for the 1998 World Cup; Martin subsequently wrote "La copa de la vida" with K. C. Porter and Draco Rosa. He performed the song at the World Cup final in the Stade de France on July 12, 1998. The performance, which was broadcast to over a billion viewers in 187 countries, was described as a "global moment for Latin pop". "La copa de la vida" reached No. 1 on the charts around the world and went gold and platinum in various countries. It was awarded Pop Song of the Year at the 1999 Lo Nuestro Awards. The title track and the ballad "Perdido Sin Tí" both hit number one on the Hot Latin Songs. Further singles included: "La Bomba", "Por Arriba, Por Abajo" and "Corazonado". Vuelve spent twenty-six weeks at number one on the Billboard Top Latin Albums. It became Martin's first top forty album on the Billboard 200 in the United States, where it was certified platinum by the RIAA. The album also went to number one in Spain and Norway, and sold over eight million copies worldwide.

Martin was nominated for his first Grammy Award for Vuelve in the category of Best Latin Pop Album, and was booked to sing on the 41st Annual Grammy Awards live TV broadcast. His acclaimed performance of "La copa de la vida" earned Martin an unexpected standing ovation and introduced him to the mainstream American audience. Being aware of performing on the Grammy, he said that:"The excitement is more than being nominated for the award. The audience in front of me are people who are hard to please. Sting! Madonna! Luciano Pavarotti! To get the acceptance of your peers really means a lot." Martin won the Grammy Award later that evening, and even superstars Madonna and Sting went backstage to congratulate him. His appearance sparked nationwide interest in Latin music. Writing for Billboard on April 24, 1999, Michael Paoletta noted, "In the weeks since [the performance], it seems like every record label exec has been in a heated search for the next Latin hottie."

1999–2002: Crossover to English

After receiving commercial success throughout Asia, Europe, and Latin America, Martin prepared his first English album in 1999 in an attempt to cross over to the United States market. The self-titled album, which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 and sold 661,000 copies in its first week of release, became the most successful album debut on the Billboard charts by a Hispanic artist. It contained material by writers and producers such as Desmond Child, Diane Warren, William Orbit, George Noriega and his longtime childhood friend Draco Rosa. The album also featured special guests: Madonna on the Spanish-English duet "Be Careful (Cuidado con mi Corazón)" and Sertab Erener on "Private Emotion". Two weeks after the album's release, Martin was featured on the cover of Time with the title "Latin Music Goes Pop!". Before the album's release, Janet Jackson collaborated with Ricky Martin for the Latin American version of "Ask for More", a promotional single and commercial released as part of an advertising campaign for soft drink company Pepsi.

The first and most prominent single was "Livin' la Vida Loca", which reached number one in many countries around the world, including the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Ireland and New Zealand. "Livin' la Vida Loca" is Ricky Martin's biggest hit. The video for "Livin 'La Vida Loca" was directed by Wayne Isham and starring model Nina Moric. It was followed by "She's All I Ever Had" which peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100. Both tracks peaked at number one on the Hot Latin Songs. "Livin' la Vida Loca" is generally seen as the song that began the Latin pop explosion of 1999 and made the transition of other Latin artists (first Jennifer Lopez and Enrique Iglesias, then later Shakira) into the English-speaking market easier. Ricky Martin became one of the top-selling albums of 1999, and was certified 7× platinum in the United States, selling over 15 million copies worldwide. In October 1999, Martin embarked on a very successful year-long Livin' la Vida Loca Tour.

After this success, a new English-language album, Sound Loaded, was released in November 2000. It debuted at number four on the Billboard 200 and was certified 2× platinum by the RIAA. "She Bangs" and "Nobody Wants to Be Lonely" (duet with Christina Aguilera) peaked at number twelve and thirteen on the Billboard Hot 100, respectively. Both singles reached number one on the Hot Latin Songs. Sound Loaded has sold over 8 million copies worldwide.

In February 2001, Martin released a Spanish greatest hits album entitled La Historia, which went to number one for five weeks on the Billboard Top Latin Albums and debuted at number eighty-three on the Billboard 200. It also topped the chart in Sweden for three weeks. The album contained reworkings of two of his early songs "Fuego Contra Fuego" and "El Amor de Mi Vida". In November 2001, an English-language greatest hits album, The Best of Ricky Martin was released outside North America. It contained two new remixes of "Amor".

2003–2006: Almas del Silencio

Ricky Martin in 2005.

In May 2003 Martin released a new Spanish album Almas del Silencio. The first single "Tal Vez" debuted at number one on the Hot Latin Songs and stayed there for eleven weeks becoming the best performing Latin single of the year. Martin said of the new album: "I really needed to go back to focus, to my center, to the beginning. I had the need to search within, and really dig deep, and find those emotions that, because of the adrenaline and the euphoria that I lived for a couple of years, were probably sabotaged." Almas del Silencio debuted at number twelve on the Billboard 200 and reached number one on the Billboard Top Latin Albums where it stayed for six weeks. The album sold more than one million copies worldwide. The next singles, "Jaleo" and "Y Todo Queda en Nada," reached number one on the Hot Latin Songs. "Jaleo" also topped the chart in Spain for four weeks.

In October 2005, he released his album Life. He commented on the album: "I was really in touch with my emotions. I think this album is very multi-layered, just like life is. It's about feeling anger. It's about feeling joy. It's about feeling uncertainty. It's about feeling. And all my emotions are part of this production." The album debuted at number six on the Billboard 200. The first single from the album "I Don't Care" featured rap verses by Fat Joe and Amerie. It peaked at number three on the Hot Dance Club Songs and number sixty-five on the Billboard Hot 100. Another song from the album "It's Alright" was re-recorded as a duet with French singer M. Pokora. It was successful in French-speaking countries and reached #4 in France.

2006–2007: MTV Unplugged and a world tour

On August 17, 2006, Ricky Martin taped his MTV Unplugged concert in Miami. It premiered on MTV Latin America, MTV Tr3s and MTV Puerto Rico in October 2006 and was released on CD and DVD in November 2006. The album was a critical and commercial success. It debuted at number one on the Billboard Top Latin Albums and number thirty-eight on the Billboard 200. At the Latin Grammy Awards of 2008, MTV Unplugged received Latin Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Album and for Best Long Form Music Video. The first single, "Tu Recuerdo" which featured La Mari of Chambao, reached number one for three weeks on the Hot Latin Songs. The next single, "Pégate" peaked at number six on the Hot Dance Club Songs.

On February 19, 2007, Martin began his worldwide Black and White Tour which started with a performance at the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum in Puerto Rico and concluded with a presentation at the Madison Square Garden in New York City on October 14, 2007. He also recorded a duet with Eros Ramazzotti, "Non siamo soli" which topped the Italian chart for eleven consecutive weeks.

2007–2010: Career break

After finishing his worldwide tour, Martin took a break from the music industry and focused on his private life. In November 2007, Sony BMG Norte released Ricky Martin Live: Black and White Tour on CD, DVD, and Blu-ray Disc. One year later, a Spanish-language greatest hits album was released, titled 17. It was a summary of 17 years of Martin's musical career, which included mostly Spanish-language songs.

2010–2013: Autobiography, Música + Alma + Sexo and Evita

Martin performing in Chicago on April 19, 2011.

Ricky Martin's autobiography, Me, was published on November 2, 2010. The book became part of The New York Times Best Seller list, debuting at number five on the Hardcover Nonfiction list. A Spanish-language edition entitled Yo was published simultaneously.

Martin's single, "Lo Mejor de Mi Vida Eres Tú" featuring Natalia Jimenez also premiered on November 2, 2010 and peaked at number seventy-four on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the Hot Latin Songs for two weeks. It was followed by a new studio album, Música + Alma + Sexo released on January 31, 2011. It debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 and became the highest charting, primarily-Spanish language album in the United States, since Dreaming of You by Selena. Música + Alma + Sexo also represents the highest ever chart debut on the Billboard 200 for a Sony Music Latin release. It spent two weeks at number one on the Billboard Top Latin Albums. On March 25, 2011, Martin started his Música + Alma + Sexo World Tour, which ended on November 12, 2011. The second single from the album, "Más" was released on April 5, 2011 and peaked at number seven on the Hot Dance Club Songs. "Frío" featuring Wisin & Yandel was chosen as the third single.

17: Greatest Hits was released on July 11, 2011 exclusively in the United Kingdom. Ricky Martin was playing Ché in the Broadway revival of the show Evita, scheduled to begin previews on Broadway in March 2012, ahead of an opening in April 2012. He received mixed reviews.

Martin guest-starred as a Spanish teacher on the Fox TV show Glee episode "The Spanish Teacher" on February 7, 2012. Martin premiered his "Ricky's Lip Conditioner" lip balm in April 2012 as part of the M.A.C Cosmetics "Ricky and Nicki for Viva Glam" campaign. The advertisements for the range paired him with rapper Nicki Minaj. Martin's signature is featured on the lip balm packaging.

2013: The Voice Australia, "Come with Me" and an Australian tour

Martin in 2011

In November 2012, Martin was announced as a coach on The Voice Australia and debuted in the first episode of season two, on April 7, 2013. The finale aired on June 17. His finalist was former Ten Tenors singer Luke Kennedy. He became Runner-up losing to eventual winner Harrison Craig.

In April 2013, Martin released his Greatest Hits: Souvenir Edition album in Australia, where it reached number two on the ARIA Albums Chart and was certified Gold. In June 2013, he released a new English single titled "Come with Me". He also embarked on the 2013 Australian Tour in October 2013. In February 2014, he appeared with Jennifer Lopez & Wisin on the single and video "Adrenalina" taken from Wisin's album El Regreso del Sobreviviente. The album version contains Spanish lyrics but the single was also made available in a Spanglish version. In April 2014, the single & video were released for "Vida", from the FIFA compilation album One Love, One Rhythm – The 2014 FIFA World Cup Official Album. Here, the album version contains Spanglish lyrics, but the digital EP contained versions in Spanish & Portuguese as well as various dance remixes.

2014–present: The Voice Mexico, Life and Mexican One World Tour

In July 2014, Martin was announced as a coach on The Voice Mexico. The first episode of season four was aired on September 9, 2014. On October 3, 2014, Martin started his Mexican One World Tour on Mexico City, followed by Guadalajara, Monterrey and Ensenada. In November 2014, he was the closing act of the opening ceremony for the 22nd Central American and Caribbean Games "Veracruz 2014".

Since Martin's debut as a coach on The Voice Australia in 2013, he continued as a coach on Season 3, in 2014, alongside will.i.am, Kylie Minogue and Joel Madden. He returned to the panel alongside Delta Goodrem, Benji Madden (teamed up with his brother Joel Madden), and newcomer Jessie J in 2015; before leaving the show before the fifth series to focus on music commitments.

Martin released his album A Quien Quiera Escuchar in February 2015. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album, making this Martin's second Grammy win to date.

It was announced on December 24, 2015 that he would not return to The Voice Australia in 2016 and will be replaced by Ronan Keating.

On September 22, 2016, Martin released a new song "Vente Pa' Ca" with Colombian singer, Maluma. The song skyrocketed in music charts with over 1 billion views on the music video as of June 2017.

In November 2016, Martin announced a Las Vegas residency show, All In, which began on April 4, 2017.

In 2018, Martin portrayed Antonio D'Amico, partner of fashion designer Gianni Versace, in the second season of the true crime television series American Crime Story, subtitled The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. The show was praised but Martin's performance and characterization of D'Amico received mixed reception. Despite this, Martin was nominated for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie, his first ever nomination.

"Fiebre", the first single of Martin's new musical production was released on February 23, 2018.

Musical style

Martin possesses a tenor vocal range. Martin cites a variety of the Latin music genres as influences, including salsa, merengue, and bolero. He also is inspired by artists such as the Fania All-Stars, Celia Cruz, El Gran Combo de Puerto Rico, and Gilberto Santa Rosa, some of which his mother played for him as a child. Martin credits these musicians with helping him "appreciate the richness of [his] island's culture."

Some of Martin's additional influences include Michael Jackson, Cher, Madonna, Elvis Presley, Sting, Barbra Streisand and Daniel Day-Lewis.

Other media

Ricky Martin's first children's book, Santiago the Dreamer in Land Among the Stars, was published in November 2013 with its Spanish-language edition, Santiago El Soñador en Entre Las Estrellas, published simultaneously. The book was illustrated by Patricia Castelao.

Personal life

Martin was raised Catholic but says he is open to all sorts of religious beliefs, especially the Buddhist philosophy. He feels that subscribing to a specific religion can "limit" an individual in certain aspects, and noted in 2006, "I really like the Buddhist philosophy but that doesn't mean that I am of the religion. If I subscribe to Buddhism, I can't be of anything else...I am not going to follow those rules." Martin began practicing yoga after a trip to Thailand in 1997.

In November 2011, he acquired Spanish nationality in recognition of his artistic talents and for having roots in the country – Martin's grandmother is Spanish, and he owns a residence in Madrid. In September 2011, he sold his home in Miami. In a public statement, written in Spanish, Martin explicitly stated that he has not abandoned his Puerto Rican identity: "I was born in Puerto Rico, I am a Puerto Rican, and Puerto Rico is my homeland. I made the request for Spanish citizenship some time ago, I was just waiting for a response. This step is part of planning for the future within a global community of whom I am part. Spain is a country with which I share many memories and strong ties born of my roots and the love they have given me since I first visited." In January 2013, he relocated to Sydney, Australia to accommodate his position on The Voice Australia. In 2018, he relocated permanently to Los Angeles, California.

Coming out

Martin was in an on-off platonic relationship with Mexican TV host Rebecca de Alba for more than 14 years. The pair had spoken of starting a family together, and Martin had at one point considered proposing to her. In August 2008, Martin became the father of twin boys, Matteo and Valentino, born by a gestational surrogate mother.

After the success of "Livin' la Vida Loca," Martin's personal life became a subject of interest due to his large gay following, and he was questioned about his sexual orientation. In a December 2000 interview with The Mirror, he was asked to comment on the rumors surrounding his sexuality. He replied: "I don't think I should have to tell anyone if I am gay or not, or who I've slept with or not." In 2010, Barbara Walters expressed some regret for pushing Martin in a 2000 interview to admit if he was gay. The Toronto Star quoted her as saying, "When I think back on it now, I feel it was an inappropriate question." On March 29, 2010, Martin publicly came out as gay in a post on his official website, stating: "I am proud to say that I am a fortunate homosexual man. I am very blessed to be who I am." Martin said that "these years in silence and reflection made me stronger and reminded me that acceptance has to come from within, and that this kind of truth gives me the power to conquer emotions I didn't even know existed."

Also in 2010, Martin said that for many years he thought he was bisexual, telling Oprah Winfrey that "I felt it with a woman, I felt passion and it felt good. And I'm sure I'm not the only gay man that felt attraction towards women...Sometimes I really did fall in love with women, for many years I did." He announced on The Oprah Winfrey Show that he was in a relationship. In 2011, during his acceptance speech of the Vito Russo Award at the 22nd GLAAD Media Awards, Martin publicly thanked his boyfriend, Carlos González Abella, an economist. His relationship with González Abella ended in January 2014.

In 2012, during an interview with Spanish Vanity Fair, Martin stated, "I don’t regret anything, any of the relationships I've lived. They taught me a lot, both men and women equally." In 2016, he stated that he is attracted to both men and women, but, because he is only interested in romantic relationships with men, he does not identify as bisexual. "I know that I like both men and women, I'm against sexual labels, we are simply human beings with emotional and sexual needs," he stated in an interview with the Mexican magazine Fama! He added that "I am gay, men fascinate me, but I like to enjoy sex in total freedom, so I'm open to having sex with a woman if I feel desire."

Martin has also expressed support for same-sex marriage in an interview on Larry King Live. Martin delivered a speech at the United Nations Homophobia Conference on November 12, 2012. Beginning April 2016, he started dating Jwan Yosef, a Syrian-Swedish painter of Kurdish and Armenian descent. The two announced their engagement on November 16, 2016, while on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. In January 2018, Martin announced that he and Yosef are married. On December 31, 2018, Martin and Yosef announced, via Instagram, the birth of their daughter Lucía Martin-Yosef. On February 2018, in an interview with E. Alex Jung of Vulture, Martin discussed working on The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story as Antonio D'Amico and how he wanted his portrayal to help normalize open relationships. On September 28, 2019, Martin announced that he and husband Yosef were expecting their second child together via surrogate.

Other ventures

Humanitarian Work and Impact

Ricky Martin at a Puerto Rican Day annual parade in New York City

Martin is the founder of Fundación Ricky Martin (Ricky Martin Foundation), a non-profit organization. Among the events promoted by the foundation was a summer camp, which included Martin's personal participation.

Martin has been honored with accolades including: Leadership in the Arts Award, Billboard's Spirit of Hope Award, ALMA Award, Vanguard Award, International Humanitarian Award by the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children, Hispanic Heritage Award for his humanitarian work through the Sabera Foundation in rescuing three orphan girls from the streets of Kolkata (September 2002).

In December 2003, Martin was appointed a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. In his role as UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, Ricky Martin has supported UNICEF’s efforts in fighting for children’s rights, especially in the area of child trafficking.

Martin has also collaborated with the International Organization for Migration on the Llama y Vive (Call and Live), a campaign which is aimed to facilitate prevention of human trafficking, protection of the youngest victims of child trafficking, and prosecution of the traffickers. For his work against human trafficking, the United States Department of State named Martin one of its Heroes in Ending Modern-Day Slavery in 2005.

Logo

The Ricky Martin Foundation was founded by Ricky Martin, with the mission to advocate for the well-being of children around the world.

Politics

Ricky Martin (mid right) in Congress, with Luis Fortuño (far left), Tom Lantos (mid left) and Chris Smith (far right).

Martin was a headliner in the 2001 inauguration celebration for President George W. Bush; he even invited the newly elected president to join him on stage to dance. Photographs of this moment were broadcast throughout the world, and Martin wrote about it in his song "Asignatura Pendiente". Martin's view of President Bush changed over the Iraq War, as expressed in his declaration to the Associated Press that he will "always condemn war and those who promulgate it."

During his appearance at the Billboard Latin Music Awards on April 29, 2010, Martin expressed his disagreement with the Arizona SB 1070 bill, a proposed law that would have required police officers to request documents from individuals who they suspect to be illegal immigrants.

Discography

  • See also: Menudo discography

Solo

  • Ricky Martin (1991)
  • Me Amarás (1993)
  • A Medio Vivir (1995)
  • Vuelve (1998)
  • Ricky Martin (1999)
  • Sound Loaded (2000)
  • Almas del Silencio (2003)
  • Life (2005)
  • Música + Alma + Sexo (2011)
  • A Quien Quiera Escuchar (2015)

Filmography

  • 1985: The Love Boat (TV series) as Ricky
  • 1987: Por siempre amigos (Argentina TV series) as Ricky
  • 1991: Alcanzar una estrella II (TV series) as Pablo Loredo
  • 1992: Más que alcanzar una estrella as Enrique
  • 1993: Getting By (TV series) as Martin
  • 1994: General Hospital (TV series) as Miguel Morez (1994–95)
  • 1996: Barefoot in Paradise (TV series) as Sandoval
  • 1997: Hercules (Latin American dub, voice role) as Hercules
  • 1999: Idle Hands as Man in Car Park
  • 2000: MADtv (TV series) as himself
  • 2006: Sos mi vida (Argentina TV series) as himself
  • 2011: The Oprah Winfrey Show: guest
  • 2011: Susana Giménez: guest
  • 2011: American Dad! as himself (uncredited)
  • 2012: Glee (TV series) as David Martínez
  • 2013: The Voice Australia as Himself (Coach)
  • 2014: Dancing with the Stars (TV series) as Himself (Judge)
  • 2014: The Voice Australia as Himself (Coach)
  • 2014: La Voz... México as Himself (Coach)
  • 2014: The Voice Arabia as Himself (guest judge)
  • 2015: Minions (Latin American dub, voice role) as Herb Overkill
  • 2015: The Voice Australia as Himself (Coach)
  • 2015: La Banda as himself (judge and executive producer)
  • 2015: Nuestra Belleza Latina 2015 as himself (Celebrity guest)
  • 2017: Lip Sync Battle as himself (winner vs. Kate Upton)
  • 2018: The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story as Antonio D'Amico
  • 2019: Amici di Maria De Filippi as Himself (Coach)

Theatre

  • Les Misérables (1996), Broadway – Marius
  • Evita, (2012), Broadway – Ché

Tours

  • Ricky Martin Tour (1992)
  • Me Amaras Tour (1993–1994)
  • A Medio Vivir Tour (1995–1997)
  • Vuelve World Tour (1998)
  • Livin' la Vida Loca Tour (1999–2000)
  • One Night Only with Ricky Martin (2005–2006)
  • Black and White Tour (2007)
  • Música + Alma + Sexo World Tour (2011)
  • Ricky Martin Live (2013–2014)
  • Live in Mexico (2014)
  • One World Tour (2015–2017)
  • Ricky Martin en Concierto (2018)

Honors and awards

Ricky Martin has received numerous awards, including 2 Grammy Awards, 4 Latin Grammy Awards, 5 MTV Video Music Awards, 3 Billboard Music Awards, 9 Billboard Latin Music Awards, 2 American Music Awards, 2 Latin American Music Awards, 8 World Music Awards and has been Emmy-nominated.

  • Martin was chosen along with Félix Trinidad in 1999, to lead Puerto Rico's worldwide tourism campaign, both exemplifying Puerto Rico's youthfulness, enthusiasm and indefatigable character.
  • In February 2004, Martin received the Excellence Award at the Lo Nuestro Awards in Miami.
  • Martin was honored as the 2006 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year by the Latin Recording Academy on November 1, 2006. He was chosen for his accomplishments as a world-renowned entertainer, consummate performer and passionate humanitarian. A portion of the proceeds from the evening's tribute dinner was used for benefitting Ricky Martin's charitable efforts.
  • On October 16, 2007, Martin received the 2351st Hollywood Walk of Fame star, shortly after receiving the key to the city of Miami Beach, Florida on October 11. The star is located beside the Hollywood and Highland complex. Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Rita Moreno were invited to the unveiling ceremony.
  • In 2008, Puerto Rico declared August 31 to be International Ricky Martin Day.
  • In 2011, Martin was awarded Spanish citizenship to honor his contributions to the arts.
  • In addition to the numerous awards received throughout his musical career, Martin has also been honored with many accolades for his humanitarian efforts.

Sources

  • De La Torre, David (1997). Ricky Martin: la historia verdadera. Edamex. ISBN 9684099835.
  • Holt, Fabian (2007). Genre in Popular Music. University of Chicago Press. ISBN 978-0226350394.
  • Martin, Ricky (2010). Me. Celebra Hardcover. ISBN 978-0451234155.
  • Otfinoski, Steven (2007). Latinos in the Arts (A to Z of Latino Americans). Facts on File. ISBN 978-0816063949.

Filmography

YearNameTypeDirectorsWritersStars
1998Música síTV Series
1999Time & AgainTV Series documentaryJane PauleyFarrah FawcettShelley Hack
1999SNL: 25 Years of MusicTV MovieChevy ChaseMartin ShortAl Franken
1999Behind the MusicTV Series documentaryJim Forbes (journalist)David WildRick Rubin
1999-2001Top of the PopsTV SeriesJimmy Savile
2003Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris KattanTV SpecialBeth McCarthy-MillerChris KattanJoan AllenFred Armisen
2004Fahrenheit 9/11DocumentaryMichael MooreMichael MooreGeorge W. BushBen Affleck
200450 Most Awesomely Bad Songs... EverTV Movie documentaryBryan AdamsJennifer Aniston
2004Pa'lante con CristinaTV SeriesCristina SaraleguiAracely ArámbulaGloria Trevi
2004I Love the '90sTV Series documentaryMichael BoltonWendy KaufmanJason Mewes
2004Retrosexual: The 80'sTV Mini-Series documentaryDavid EvangelistaPaula Abdul
2005La tierra de las 1000 músicasTV Series documentary
2005The Tyra Banks ShowTV SeriesTyra BanksToccara Jones
2006X premios de la músicaTV SpecialJuan AguirreX-AlfonsoAugusto Algueró
2006La imagen de tu vidaTV Series
2006Corazón de...TV SeriesAnne IgartiburuCarolina Casado
2006The Barbara Walters Summer SpecialTV SeriesBarbara WaltersElizabeth TaylorDonald Trump
2006El disco del año 06TV SpecialNina (singer)Alaska
2007Phua Chu KangTV SeriesGurmit SinghPierre Png
2007Vinte na GalegaTV SeriesMaría Bouzas
2007Al rojo vivo con María CelesteTV SeriesMaría Celeste Arrarás
2008Great PerformancesTV SeriesJulie AndrewsWalter CronkitePlácido Domingo
2010GomorronTV Series
2010Live from Studio FiveTV SeriesKate Walsh (presenter)Ian Wright
2006-201020 to 1TV Series documentaryBert NewtonSami LukisRichard Wilkins
201030 Years of 'An Audience With...'TV Series documentaryVictoria WoodChris TarrantVanessa Feltz
2011NocturninosTV Series
2011Anyone for Demis? How the World Invaded the ChartsTV Movie documentaryLiza TarbuckHarry Belafonte
2011Manhã MaiorTV SeriesHebe CamargoChristopher von Uckermann
2012No me la puc treure del capTV Series
201212 AgainTV Series documentaryMark Rhodes
2013A Current AffairTV SeriesLeila McKinnon
2013Weekend TodayTV Series
2013Gruen PlanetTV SeriesWil Anderson
2012-20131002 Momentos de la teleTV Series
2013Los másTV SeriesPaula VázquezSilvia Jato
2014Hello Ross!TV SeriesRoss MathewsLance Bass
2014Jeopardy!TV Series shortAlex TrebekJohnny Gilbert
2014Peter Andre's 90 Party Hits of the 90sTV SpecialPeter AndreBryan Adams
2013-2014TodayTV SeriesKarl StefanovicLisa Wilkinson
2015Tellement Gay! Homosexualité et pop cultureTV Mini-Series documentaryHervé Caradec
2013-2015MorningsTV SeriesSonia Kruger
2015Inside EditionTV Series documentaryDeborah Norville
2014-2015Tu cara me suena - ArgentinaTV SeriesAlejandro Wiebe
2017The InsiderTV SeriesKeltie KnightMichael Yo
2017HarryTV SeriesHarry Connick Jr.Jill Goodacre
2017Línea de tiempoTV SeriesLali Espósito
2017The NinetiesTV Series documentaryDan RatherNelson George
2015-2018ExtraTV SeriesMario LopezRenee BarghA. J. Calloway
2018Access HollywoodTV SeriesBilly BushNatalie Morales
2018Football's 47 Best Worst SongsTV SpecialJustin MoorhouseChris Waddle
2018This Morning: 30 Unforgettable YearsTV Movie documentaryMel BPeter BazalgetteFern Britton
2014-2019Entertainment TonightTV SeriesNancy O'DellKevin FrazierMark Steines
2019Ok! TVTV Series
1983Menudo on ABCTV Series
19841, 2, 3TV SeriesCarlos Cruz (television presenter)
1984The Merv Griffin ShowTV SeriesMerv GriffinMort Lindsey
1984Macy's Thanksgiving Day ParadeTV SpecialJane BadlerKaye Ballard
1985Cantaré, cantarásTV ShortAlbert HammondFernando AllendeMaría Conchita Alonso
1985The Love BoatTV SeriesGavin MacLeodBernie KopellTed Lange
1985Solid GoldTV SeriesRobert W. Morgan
1987Entrese a GanarVideo shortKiara (Venezuelan entertainer)
1992Xuxa Especial de NatalTV MovieXuxa
1993Ritmo de la nocheTV SeriesMarcelo TinelliXuxa
1993VideomatchTV SeriesMarcelo TinelliPablo Granados
1993Extra JóvenesTV SeriesClaudia ConservaFelipe Camiroaga
1994The 21st Annual Daytime Emmy AwardsTV SpecialRoger Goodman (director)Maurice BenardPeter BergmanIan Buchanan
1995The 11th Annual Soap Opera Digest AwardsTV Special documentaryBarry AdelmanNancy AddisonGrant AleksanderBrooke Alexander
1995The 22nd Annual Daytime Emmy AwardsTV SpecialLouis J. HorvitzBarry AdelmanTatyana AliJennifer AnistonJohn Aniston
1995Somos un solo puebloTV Movie documentaryMarcos ZurinagaRubén BladesCachaoMíriam Colón
1995Domingão do FaustãoTV SeriesFausto SilvaCláudia Raia
1996Gala de la hispanidadTV SpecialJosé Luis MorenoCarmen MauraAndrés PajaresMiguel Bosé
1996Hola SusanaTV SeriesSusana Giménez
1996Agora ou NuncaTV Series
1996Xuxa Especial - Natal Sem NoelTV SpecialXuxaBárbara BorgesGuilherme Corrêa
1997Jet 7TV SeriesAdelaide Sousa
1997Big Show SICTV SeriesJoão BaiãoJoão Bosco
1997Efecto FTV SeriesFrancis LorenzoCarmen Alborch
1997Valentín, qué santo eresTV SpecialJosé Luis MorenoAnabel AlonsoAntonio Canales
1997TelecupónTV SeriesCarmen SevillaAgustín Bravo
1997Le monde est à vousTV SeriesJacques Martin (TV host)Robert QuibelMichel Sardou
1997FestivalbarTV SeriesGerry ScottiAmadeus (presenter)Alessia Marcuzzi
1997Risas y estrellasTV SeriesJosé Luis MorenoPaloma LagoLoreto Valverde
1997Sanremo-Vina del Mar, ballando, bailandoTV SpecialSergio BardottiMassimo MartelliTeo Teocoli
1997Hoy es posibleTV SeriesNieves HerreroAndrés AberasturiAntonio Canales
1997Melilla. 500 añosTV SpecialArévaloJorge Cadaval
1997Wild On...TV SeriesBrooke BurkeCindy TaylorArt Mann
1998Crónicas marcianasTV SeriesJavier SardàDaniela Blume
1996-1998Viva el lunesTV SeriesÁlvaro SalasCecilia Bolocco
1998La llamada de la suerteTV SeriesRamón García (TV host)
1998Club DisneyTV SeriesDavid Carrillo
1998Sous vos applaudissementsTV SeriesRobert QuibelJean-Claude BrialyJacques Martin (TV host)
1998La Gala 98TV SeriesIsabel Gemio
1998Vivement dimanche prochainTV SeriesMichel DruckerJean-Pierre CoffePhilippe Geluck
1998Romance del cumbancheroVideo documentaryMarcos ZurinagaMarc Anthony
1998Especial Nochevieja 1998: Feliz 99TV SpecialJosé Luis MorenoNorma DuvalRamón García (TV host)Nuria Roca
1999The 41st Annual Grammy AwardsTV SpecialWalter C. MillerClint BlackMary J. Blige
1996-1999Día a díaTV SeriesMaría Teresa CamposPaco Valladares
19991999 Blockbuster Entertainment AwardsTV SpecialBruce GowersDrew BarrymoreNicolas Cage
1999BingoLottoTV SeriesLasse KronérLotta Engberg
19991999 MTV Movie AwardsTV SpecialRobert CohenLisa KudrowBen AffleckJim Carrey
1999Des O'Connor TonightTV SeriesDes O'ConnorBruce ForsythBob Monkhouse
19991999 MTV Video Music AwardsTV SpecialBeth McCarthy-MillerCaprice CraneChris RockChristina Aguilera
1999The Howard Stern Radio ShowTV SeriesHoward SternRobin Quivers
1999Howard SternTV SeriesHoward SternRobin Quivers
1999Record BreakersTV Series documentaryRoy Castle
1999The Ricky Martin Video CollectionVideoNina Morić
1999...And So This Is ChristmasTV MovieDwight HemionCharlotte ChurchHarry Connick Jr.Celine Dion
1999The 1999 Billboard Music AwardsTV SpecialRobert Cohen
1999Tina Turner: Celebrate Live 1999Video documentaryTina TurnerBryan Adams
1999The Latin BeatTV Movie documentaryMarc AnthonyEmilio EstefanGloria Estefan
1999Ricky Martin: One Night OnlyTV Movie documentaryBruce GowersJosé Feliciano
1999Pavarotti & Friends 99 for Guatemala and KosovoTV SpecialSpike LeeLuciano PavarottiMariah CareyJoe Cocker
1999Headliners & Legends with Matt LauerTV Series documentaryMatt LauerJohn Ritter
1999Feliz 2000TV SpecialMariah CareyAntonio Carmona
1999Con la primera al 2000TV SpecialJosé Luis MorenoRamón García (TV host)Mabel LozanoAndoni Ferreño
1999Billboard Latin Music AwardsTV SpecialElvis CrespoCelia Cruz
1999¡Mi Gente! My People!TV Movie documentaryMarc AnthonyCelia Cruz
2000The 27th Annual American Music AwardsTV SpecialChristina Aguilera
2000The 42nd Annual Grammy AwardsTV SpecialKenneth EhrlichHarold ManningRosie O'DonnellMarc Anthony
2000Brit Awards 2000TV SpecialDavina McCallCaroline AherneDonna Air
2000Les années tubesTV SeriesJean-Pierre FoucaultLou Bega
2000Continuarà...TV Series
2000Caiga quien caigaTV SeriesEl Gran Wyoming
2000Andi Meets... Ricky MartinTV Movie documentaryAndi Peters
2000Pepsi Chart Latin AmericaTV SeriesJon Bon JoviChayanne
2000Europa: European TourVideo
2000The 2000 World Music AwardsTV SpecialChristina AguileraLou Bega
20002000 MTV Video Music AwardsTV SpecialPhil BeaumanShawn WayansMarlon WayansSisqó
2000Die Harald Schmidt ShowTV SeriesHarald SchmidtHelmut ZerlettNathalie Licard
1999-2000Top of the PopsTV SeriesJimmy Savile
1999-2000Saturday Night LiveTV SeriesDon PardoDarrell Hammond
2000Ricky Martin T.V.TV SpecialCarson Daly
2000The Beatles RevolutionTV Movie documentaryOren JacobyMeredith VieiraTim AllenBono
1996-2000Mundo VIPTV SeriesPaulo Pires
2000Números unoTV SpecialChayanneJulio Iglesias
1999-2000The Rosie O'Donnell ShowTV SeriesRosie O'DonnellCaroline RheaSusan Lucci
2000Tapis rougeTV SeriesMichel DruckerGarou (singer)Patrick Fiori
2000MTV Europe Music Awards 2000TV SpecialSimon BlackwellWyclef Jean
2000The 2000 Billboard Music AwardsTV SpecialBruce GowersJoel H. CohenKathy GriffinJustin TimberlakeJC Chasez
2000Gala Inocente, InocenteTV Special
2001FanClubTV SeriesKirk HammettJames Hetfield
2001The 28th Annual American Music AwardsTV SpecialBruce GowersTiffani ThiessenBritney SpearsLL Cool J
2000-2001Making the VideoTV Series documentaryBritney SpearsChristina AguileraDave Meyers
2001An Audience with Ricky MartinTV SpecialKylie MinogueDavid Baddiel
2001Sen kväll med LuukTV SeriesFelix Herngren
2001Noche y díaTV SeriesIsabel GemioAlexis Valdés
2001V edición de los Premios de la MúsicaTV SpecialJuan AguirreEva AmaralEmilio Aragón Álvarez
2000-2001Desesperado club socialTV SeriesKira MiróChristian Gálvez
20012001 Blockbuster Entertainment AwardsTV SpecialBruce GowersKenneth EhrlichDavid WildChristina AguileraTyra BanksDrew Barrymore
2001Vivement dimancheTV SeriesMichel DruckerAlain Souchon
2001The 2001 World Music AwardsTV SpecialChristina AguileraAlsouAnastacia
2001MTV20: Everybody Talk About Pop Music!TV Movie documentaryAaliyahPaula AbdulChristina Aguilera
2001An All-Star Tribute to Brian WilsonTV SpecialBruce GowersCharlotte CaffeyBelinda CarlisleDavid Crosby
2001Allsång på SkansenTV SeriesLasse BerghagenAnders LundinBosse Larsson
2001Party in the Park 2001TV SpecialAnthony McPartlinDeclan DonnellyCat Deeley
2001MusikbutikkenTV SeriesKeld HeickBirthe KjærFlemming Jørgensen
2001San Remo 2001TV SpecialAnastaciaAntonio BanderasRussell Crowe
2001Videofashion! NewsTV Series documentaryMalan Breton
2001VH1: All AccessTV SeriesJill Dobson
200143rd Annual TV Week Logie AwardsTV SpecialShaun MicallefChris Ellison (actor)
20022002 ALMA AwardsTV SpecialEliana AlexanderYeni ÁlvarezMarc Anthony
2002Party at the Palace: The Queen's Concerts, Buckingham PalaceTV Special documentaryGeoff PosnerTina BarrettShirley Bassey
20022002 Billboard Latin Music AwardsTV SpecialMarc AnthonyItatí CantoralManolo Cardona
200350 Sexiest Video MomentsTV Movie documentaryShannon ElizabethChristina AguileraFiona Apple
2003Un paso adelante: la fiestaTV SpecialJaime Cantizano
2003Gala UPA DanceTV SpecialJaime Cantizano
2003God kveld NorgeTV SeriesDorthe SkappelLeif Einar Lothe
2003Pavarotti & Friends for IrakDocumentaryDon AireyBonoEric Clapton
2003La columnaTV SeriesJulia Otero
2003Globos de Ouro 2002TV SpecialHerman JoséMaria João Bastos
2003FlashTV SeriesSílvia AlbertoJoão BaiãoLuigi Baricelli
1998-2003Música síTV Series
2003Rove LiveTV SeriesRove McManusPeter HelliarCorinne Grant
2003Micallef TonightTV SeriesShaun MicallefFrancis Greenslade
2003TROS TV ShowTV Series documentaryIvo NieheAntonie Kamerling
1999-2003Noche de fiestaTV SeriesJuncal Rivero
2001-2003HermanSICTV SeriesHerman JoséAna BolaJoaquim Monchique
2003Het swingpaleisTV SeriesPeter Van Asbroeck
2003MTV Video Music Awards Latinoamérica 2003TV SpecialEduardo BertránDiego LunaLeticia Brédice
2003Michael Jackson & Friends: What More Can I GiveVideo shortChristina Aguilera
2003Don Francisco presentaTV SeriesKaryme LozanoMariana SeoaneAlicia Machado
1999-2003Otro rollo con: Adal RamonesTV SeriesAdal Ramones
2003Ricky Martin: En la intimidadTV MovieRebecca de Alba
2003Phua Chu KangTV SeriesGurmit SinghPierre Png
2000-2003TRL ItalyTV SeriesAlessandro CattelanElena SantarelliMichela Coppa
20032003 Billboard Latin Music AwardsTV SpecialRoselyn Sánchez
2004Premio lo Nuestro a la música latina 2004TV SpecialAnahí
2004Lo que no vio de Premio lo Nuestro 2004TV SpecialBárbara BermudoRicardo Arjona
20042004 Billboard Latin Music AwardsTV SpecialDavid Bisbal
2004ArenaTV Series documentaryGavin MillarKenneth Tynan
2004El verano de tu vidaTV SeriesMar Saura
2005Oprah After the ShowTV SeriesOprah Winfrey
2005The 47th Annual Grammy AwardsTV SpecialWalter C. MillerKenneth EhrlichQueen LatifahMarc AnthonyLance Armstrong
20052005 MTV Video Music AwardsTV SpecialBeth McCarthy-MillerWill ForteChris Spencer (actor)Sean Combs50 CentJessica Alba
2005The 2005 World Music AwardsTV SpecialBruce GowersPaula AbdulAmeriePamela Anderson
2005Friday Night with Jonathan RossTV SeriesJonathan Ross
2005CD:UKTV SeriesWill YoungNatasha HamiltonLiz McClarnon
2005GMTVTV SeriesAndrew CastleKate GarrawayLorraine Kelly
2005The Paul O'Grady ShowTV SeriesPaul O'GradyMelanie Sykes
2005B InTune TVTV SeriesZarah
1999-2005Late Show with David LettermanTV SeriesDavid LettermanPaul ShafferAlan Kalter
2005Hape trifft!TV SeriesHape KerkelingPamela AndersonDirk Bach
2003-2005TV totalTV SeriesStefan RaabElton (comedian)
2003-2005Star AcademyTV SeriesNikos AliagasJohnny HallydayFlorent Pagny
2005Verstehen Sie Spaß?TV SeriesFrank ElstnerPaola del MedicoKurt Felix
2003-2005¡Despierta América!TV SeriesJorge Ramos (news anchor)
2005VH-1 Music NewsTV Series
2004-2005Primer impacto: edición nocturnaTV SeriesAdriana Cataño
2005Al rojo vivo con María CelesteTV SeriesMaría Celeste Arrarás
2005No manchesTV Series
2005The Victoria's Secret Fashion ShowTV SpecialHamish HamiltonHeidi KlumTyra BanksGisele Bündchen
20052005 Radio Music AwardsTV SpecialRon de MoraesPaula AbdulBo Bice
2006Showbiz TonightTV SeriesKaryn Bryant
2006El gordo y la flacaTV SeriesAna María Canseco
2006Turin 2006: XX Olympic Winter GamesTV Mini-Series
2005-2006CotorreandoTV SeriesAdriana CatañoMauricio Zeilic
2006Le grand journal de Canal+TV Series documentaryMichel Denisot
2006NRJ Music Tour BercyTV SpecialGérard PullicinoRamzy BediaHilary Duff
2006I Love ToysTV Series documentaryJohn AboudBrett Anderson (American musician)Ant
2006Ricky Martin - IntimoTV Special
2006UnpluggedTV Series documentaryJulieta Venegas
2006The 7th Annual Latin Grammy AwardsTV SpecialLuceroVíctor ManuelleMarc Anthony
2006Noche HacheTV SeriesMarta Nebot
2005-2006Corazón de...TV SeriesAnne IgartiburuCarolina Casado
2006Operación triunfoTV SeriesManu GuixÀngel LlàcerNoemí Galera
2006Premios Ondas '06TV SpecialGemma Nierga BarrisCarles FrancinoAndreu Buenafuente
2006Aún hay más... Homenaje a Raúl VelascoTV MovieRaúl VelascoJanet Arceo
2006Juan y José showTV SeriesJuan MuñozJosé Sánchez Mota
2006Sos mi vidaTV SeriesFacundo AranaNatalia OreiroCarlos Belloso
2007Con la primera al 2007TV SpecialBertín OsborneMar Saura
2007Hoy por tíTV SeriesNieves HerreroCésar Heinrich
2007The 8th Annual Latin Grammy AwardsTV SpecialLuceroEugenio Derbez
2006-2007¡Mira quién baila!TV SeriesAnne Igartiburu
2007Bambi Verleihung 2007TV SpecialJames BluntAndrea Bocelli
1996-2007Corazón, corazónTV SeriesBlanca Aguete
2007PapitoTV SpecialSantiago TaberneroMiguel BoséAlaskaBimba Bosé
2007My Night at the GrammysTV Movie documentaryChristina AguileraBillie Joe ArmstrongBeyoncé
2008Premio lo Nuestro a la música latinaTV SpecialCristián de la Fuente
2010The Best of the World Music AwardsTV Special50 CentChristina AguileraAkon
2010Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake ReliefTV Special documentaryBen AffleckChristina AguileraMuhammad Ali
2010The 52nd Annual Grammy AwardsTV SpecialLouis J. HorvitzKenneth EhrlichDavid WildAkon
2010Premios Billboard de la música latinaTV SpecialMarc AnthonyMaría Celeste Arrarás
2010The 64th Annual Tony AwardsTV SpecialGlenn WeissSean Hayes (actor)Paula Abdul
2005-2010The Oprah Winfrey ShowTV SeriesOprah WinfreyNate BerkusGayle King
2010Aquí y ahoraTV Series documentaryMaría Elena Salinas
2010Larry King LiveTV SeriesLarry KingBill Maher
2010The 11th Annual Latin Grammy AwardsTV SpecialLuceroEugenio Derbez
2010Teletón XIVTV SpecialLucero
2010TeletónTV SeriesDon Francisco (television host)Rafael AranedaCecilia Bolocco
2010Premios Principales 2010TV SpecialFrank Blanco
2010The 12th Annual 'A Home for the Holidays'TV SpecialMichael A. SimonMelissa Etheridge
2010VEVO's ASK:REPLYTV SeriesAdeleMarsha Ambrosius
2010-2011The ViewTV SeriesWhoopi GoldbergJoy Behar
2011Studio Tr3sTV MovieCarlos Santos (MTV Tr3́s)
2011The 53rd Annual Grammy AwardsTV SpecialLouis J. HorvitzKenneth EhrlichDavid WildYolanda AdamsDianna AgronChristina Aguilera
2011Private SessionsTV SeriesLynn Hoffman (broadcaster)John Rzeznik
2011MTV Studio Tr3s: Ricky MartinTV Special
2011The 9th Annual TV Land AwardsTV SpecialGlenn WeissFrank SantopadreBen StillerStevie WonderBarbara Walters
1999-2011The Tonight Show with Jay LenoTV SeriesJay LenoKevin EubanksEdd Hall
2011Susana GiménezTV SeriesSusana GiménezNazareno Móttola
2011Caiga quien caiga - CQCTV Series
2000-2011Behind the MusicTV Series documentaryJim Forbes (journalist)David WildRick Rubin
2011TV XuxaTV SeriesXuxaIvete Sangalo
2011La Voz... MéxicoTV SeriesLucero
2011The 12th Annual Latin Grammy AwardsTV SpecialLuceroCristián de la Fuente
2012The 78th Annual Drama League AwardsTV SpecialNina AriandaChristian BorleMatthew Broderick
2012The 66th Annual Tony AwardsTV Special documentaryGlenn WeissNeil Patrick HarrisNina Arianda
2011-2012Late Night with Jimmy FallonTV SeriesJimmy FallonSteve Higgins
2012Trip FlipTV SeriesBert Kreischer
2013TodayTV SeriesKarl StefanovicLisa Wilkinson
2013Premios JuventudTV SpecialMarc AnthonyCristián de la FuenteEugenio Derbez
2013The 14th Annual Latin Grammy AwardsTV SpecialLuceroBlanca Soto
1993-2014Festival Internacional de la Canción de Viña del MarTV SeriesAntonio VodanovicRafael AranedaMyriam Hernández
2014Dancing with the StarsTV SeriesTom BergeronCarrie Ann InabaBruno Tonioli
2014The Queen Latifah ShowTV SeriesQueen LatifahBridget McManus
2014DreamlandTV SeriesNatalia MillanChristian Sánchez
201460 MinutesTV SeriesPeter Overton
20142014 Billboard Music AwardsTV SpecialGlenn WeissDavid WildLudacrisPitbull
2014Pânico na TVTV SeriesEmílio SuritaSabrina Sato
2014Hable con ellas en TelecincoTV SeriesSandra Barneda i VallsYolanda RamosRocío Carrasco
2014Santiago the Dreamer in Land Among the StarsTV Movie
2014XXII Central American and Caribbean GamesTV Special
2014Operation Bobbi BearVideo documentary shortAntonio BanderasAdrien Brody
2014Dale la vuelta a la tortillaVideo shortFerran AdriàEmilio Aragón Álvarez
2015The X Factor New ZealandTV SeriesDominic BowdenMelanie Blatt
2015American IdolTV SeriesRyan SeacrestMark Thompson (newscaster)Randy Jackson
2015Britain's Got TalentTV SeriesDeclan DonnellyAmanda HoldenSimon Cowell
2015The One ShowTV SeriesMatt BakerChristine Bleakley
2013-2015La vozTV SeriesJesús VázquezTania Llasera
2015DivendresTV SeriesXavi Coral
2015Bailando por un sueñoTV SeriesMarcelo TinelliMoria Casán
2015Premios JuventudTV SpecialAnahí
2015Hormivuela como puedasTV ShortJuana AcostaFerran AdriàPablo Alborán
2006-2015Jimmy Kimmel Live!TV SeriesJimmy Kimmel
2015La BandaTV SeriesAlejandra Espinoza
2015Latin American Music AwardsTV SpecialEnrique IglesiasLucero
2015The Latin Explosion: A New AmericaTV Movie documentaryJohn LeguizamoMarc AnthonyGloria Estefan
2015The 16th Annual Latin Grammy AwardsTV SpecialNatalia Jiménez
2015Helene Fischer: Weihnachten - Live aus der Hofburg WienMoviePlácido DomingoHelene Fischer
2015The Royal Variety Performance 2015TV SpecialBrandon FlowersJosh Groban
2015Taylor Swift: The 1989 World Tour LiveVideoJonas ÅkerlundTaylor SwiftUzo AdubaLily Aldridge
2016Evening UrgantTV SeriesIvan UrgantDmitriy KhrustalyovAleksander Gudkov
2016Loose WomenTV SeriesAndrea McLeanColeen NolanCarol McGiffin
2015-2017Wendy: The Wendy Williams ShowTV SeriesWendy Williams
2017The Dr. Oz ShowTV SeriesMehmet OzDaphne Oz
2017HarryTV SeriesHarry Connick Jr.Jill Goodacre
2017Premio Lo Nuestro a La Música LatinaTV Special
2017Good Morning BritainTV SeriesAndi PetersCharlotte HawkinsSusanna Reid
2015-2017The InsiderTV SeriesKeltie KnightMichael Yo
2017CBS News Sunday MorningTV SeriesCharles OsgoodJane PauleyConor Knighton
2017Lip Sync BattleTV SeriesLL Cool JChrissy Teigen
2005-2017Access HollywoodTV SeriesBilly BushNatalie Morales
2017Viva la vidaTV Series
2017Ok! TVTV Series
2017Ricky Martin: Behind the Vegas ResidencyTV Movie
2017One Voice Somos Live: A Concert for Disaster ReliefTV SpecialMarc AnthonyMary J. Blige
2005-2018Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres ShowTV SeriesEllen DeGeneresTony Okungbowa
2018E! Live from the Red CarpetTV SeriesGiuliana RancicRyan SeacrestRoss Mathews
201875th Golden Globe AwardsTV SpecialLouis J. HorvitzBarry AdelmanMargot RobbieEmma StoneAlison Brie
2016-2018ExtraTV SeriesMario LopezRenee BarghA. J. Calloway
2018The Daily ShowTV SeriesJon StewartStephen ColbertTrevor Noah
2018Megyn Kelly TodayTV SeriesMegyn KellyMatt IsemanAkbar Gbaja-Biamila
2018Good Morning AmericaTV SeriesLara SpencerGinger ZeeRobin Roberts (newscaster)
2018WGN Morning NewsTV Series
2015-2018The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonTV SeriesJimmy FallonSteve Higgins
1999-2018TodayTV SeriesSavannah GuthrieHoda KotbAl Roker
2017-2018Inside Look: The Assassination of Gianni Versace - American Crime StoryTV Series documentary shortDarren CrissPenélope Cruz
2018The TalkTV SeriesSharon OsbourneJulie ChenSheryl Underwood
2017-2018Watch What Happens: LiveTV SeriesNeNe Leakes
201829th Annual GLAAD Media AwardsTV SpecialHalle BerryMatt BomerKaramo Brown
2013-2018The VoiceTV SeriesDelta GoodremJoel MaddenSonia Kruger
2005-2018Live with Kelly and RyanTV SeriesKelly RipaRyan Seacrest
2006-2018Entertainment TonightTV SeriesNancy O'DellKevin FrazierMark Steines
2018The 70th Primetime Emmy AwardsTV SpecialColin JostTituss Burgess
2018FearlessTV SeriesAshley GrahamLaverne Cox
201976th Golden Globe AwardsTV SpecialLouis J. HorvitzBarry AdelmanAmber HeardEmma StoneAlison Brie
2019The 24th Annual Critics' Choice AwardsTV SpecialKristen BellNicole KidmanBradley Cooper
2019The 25th Annual Screen Actors Guild AwardsTV SpecialRichard MaddenChris PineKeri Russell
2019The 61st Annual Grammy AwardsTV SpecialLouis J. HorvitzKenneth EhrlichDavid WildJennifer LopezAnna KendrickBradley Cooper
2019National Puerto Rican Day ParadeTV MovieJosé FelicianoLa India
Broadway: The Next GenerationDocumentaryScarlett JohanssonJonathan GroffAlec Baldwin
2014Operation Bobbi BearVideo documentary shortAntonio BanderasAdrien Brody
2017Ricky Martin: Behind the Vegas ResidencyTV Movie
1997Ricky Martin: VolverásVideo short
2006Ricky Martin: Pégate (Live)Live
2011Ricky Martin: MásVideo shortSimón Brand
2011Ricky Martin Feat. Claudia Leitte: SambaVideo shortFlávia MoraesClaudia Leitte
2014Wisin Feat. Jennifer Lopez & Ricky Martin: AdrenalinaVideo shortJessy TerreroJennifer Lopez
2014Ricky Martin: VidaVideo short
2014Ricky Martin: AdiósVideo short
2015Ricky Martin: Disparo al CorazónVideo short
2015Ricky Martin Feat. Yotuel: La MordiditaVideo shortSimón Brand
2015Wisin Feat. Ricky Martin: Que se sienta el deseoVideo shortJessy Terrero
2016Ricky Martin: PerdónameVideo short
2016Ricky Martin Feat. Maluma: Vente Pa' CaVideo shortJessy Terrero
2019Bad Bunny: CaroVideo short
2019Maluma Feat. Ricky Martin: No se me quitaVideo short
1991Alcanzar una estrella IITV SeriesSasha SokolErik RubinAngélica Rivera
1992Más que alcanzar una estrellaperformer: "Dime que me quieras"Juan Antonio de la RivaGabriela OrtigozaEduardo CapetilloBibi Gaytán
1997Sin tiTV SeriesGabriela RiveroRené StricklerRoberto Vander
1998Torre de BabelTV SeriesGlória MenezesTarcísio MeiraTony Ramos
1999Hum Aapke Dil Mein Rehte Hainperformer: "María"Satish KaushikJainendra K. Jain (screenwriter)Anil KapoorKajolAnupam Kher
1999Catalina y SebastiánTV SeriesSilvia NavarroSergio BasañezClaudia Islas
1999Ricky Martin: Livin' la vida locaVideo shortWayne IshamNina Morić
2000Born Romanticperformer: "La Bomba"Craig FergusonIan HartJane Horrocks
1999-2000Top of the PopsTV SeriesJimmy Savile
2001An Audience with Ricky MartinTV SpecialKylie MinogueDavid Baddiel
2001FrontlineTV Series documentaryWill Lyman
2001Hinter Gittern - Der FrauenknastTV SeriesKaty KarrenbauerBarbara FreierUta Prelle
2001Sex and the CityTV SeriesSarah Jessica ParkerKim CattrallKristin Davis
2000-2001DariaTV SeriesTracy GrandstaffWendy Hoopes
2001CulpablesTV Mini-SeriesMercedes MoránFernán MirásAlfredo Casero
2001Only Fools and Horses....TV SeriesDavid JasonNicholas LyndhurstRoger Lloyd-Pack
2002Party at the Palace: The Queen's Concerts, Buckingham PalaceTV Special documentaryGeoff PosnerTina BarrettShirley Bassey
2003MTV Video Music Awards Latinoamérica 2003TV SpecialEduardo BertránDiego LunaLeticia Brédice
2004MADtvTV SeriesMichael McDonald (comedian)Debra WilsonAries Spears
2004La vida es una canciónTV SeriesMariana PeñalvaHugo Catalán
2004Forsthaus FalkenauTV SeriesMichael WolfHans StadlbauerChristian Wolff (actor)
2005The Victoria's Secret Fashion ShowTV SpecialHamish HamiltonHeidi KlumTyra BanksGisele Bündchen
2005Sto para 5TV SeriesSmaragda KarydiGiorgos Kapoutzidis
20052005 Radio Music AwardsTV SpecialRon de MoraesPaula AbdulBo Bice
2006UnpluggedTV Series documentaryJulieta Venegas
2007Patinando por un sueñoTV SeriesMarcelo Tinelli
2007¡Mira quién baila!TV SeriesAnne Igartiburu
2007Nearly FamousTV SeriesAaron Taylor-JohnsonAnna BrewsterTunji Kasim
2007PapitoTV SpecialSantiago TaberneroMiguel BoséAlaskaBimba Bosé
2008Nothing Like the Holidaysperformer: "La Bomba"Alfredo De VillaRick NajeraJohn LeguizamoFreddy RodriguezDebra Messing
2009¡Feliz 2010! CuéntameTV SpecialImanol AriasAna DuatoMaría Galiana
2010FerozTV SeriesTamara AcostaIgnacio Garmendia
Live from Studio FiveTV SeriesKate Walsh (presenter)Ian Wright
2009-201020 to 1TV Series documentaryBert NewtonSami LukisRichard Wilkins
2010The 11th Annual Latin Grammy AwardsTV SpecialLuceroEugenio Derbez
2010Menuda nocheTV SeriesJuan y MedioAbraham MateoNatalia
2010Premios Principales 2010TV SpecialFrank Blanco
Late Night with Jimmy FallonTV SeriesJimmy FallonSteve Higgins
The Tonight Show with Jay LenoTV SeriesJay LenoKevin EubanksEdd Hall
2011Los nuevos y clásicos bloopersTV Series
2012No me la puc treure del capTV Series
2012GleeTV SeriesLea MicheleJane LynchMatthew Morrison
2011-2012Dancing StarsTV SeriesMirjam WeichselbraunKlaus Eberhartinger
Soltera Otra VezTV SeriesPaz BascuñánPablo MacayaNicolás Poblete
2012The 66th Annual Tony AwardsTV Special documentaryGlenn WeissNeil Patrick HarrisNina Arianda
2013August: Osage Countyperformer: "Livin' La Vida Loca Pablo Flores English Radio EditJohn WellsTracy LettsTracy LettsMeryl StreepDermot MulroneyJulia Roberts
2014Festival Internacional de la Canción de Viña del MarTV SeriesAntonio VodanovicRafael AranedaMyriam Hernández
Dancing with the StarsTV SeriesTom BergeronCarrie Ann InabaBruno Tonioli
20142014 Billboard Music AwardsTV SpecialGlenn WeissDavid WildLudacrisPitbull
2014TodayTV SeriesKarl StefanovicLisa Wilkinson
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonTV SeriesJimmy FallonSteve Higgins
2013-2015The VoiceTV SeriesDelta GoodremJoel MaddenSonia Kruger
2015Tu cara me suena - ArgentinaTV SeriesAlejandro Wiebe
2016Hola y adiósTV Series documentary
Como anillo al dedoTV SeriesNicolás VázquezGimena Accardi
2016Lip Sync BattleTV SeriesLL Cool JChrissy Teigen
2016Morfi, todos a la mesaTV Series
2016Who's Doing the Dishes?TV SeriesBrian McFaddenCaprice Bourret
2017Tu cara no me suena todavíaTV SeriesManel FuentesÀngel LlàcerMónica Naranjo
2017Despicable Me 3performer: "María Pablo Flores Spanglish Radio EditCinco PaulKen DaurioSteve CarellKristen WiigTrey Parker
2017Me lo dices o me lo cantasTV SeriesJesús VázquezYolanda RamosJorge Cadaval
2017Beat ShazamTV SeriesJamie Foxx
2015-2017Tu cara me suenaTV SeriesManel FuentesÀngel LlàcerCarlos Latre
2018Lip Sync Battle ShortiesTV SeriesNick CannonJoJo Siwa
PasapalabraTV SeriesIván de Pineda
2018Football's 47 Best Worst SongsTV SpecialJustin MoorhouseChris Waddle
2018This Morning: 30 Unforgettable YearsTV Movie documentaryMel BPeter BazalgetteFern Britton
2018-2019Britain's Got More TalentTV SeriesStephen MulhernAmanda HoldenSimon Cowell
1996-1997Salsa e MerengueTV SeriesMarcello AntonyLaura CardosoCláudio Cavalcanti
1963General HospitalTV SeriesMaurice BenardSteve BurtonLaura Wright
1987Por siempre amigosTV SeriesGraciela PalMabel Pesen
1991Ricky Martin: Fuego contra fuegoVideo short
1991Ricky Martin: El amor de mi vidaVideo short
1991Alcanzar una estrella IITV SeriesSasha SokolErik RubinAngélica Rivera
1992Más que alcanzar una estrellaMovieJuan Antonio de la RivaGabriela OrtigozaEduardo CapetilloBibi Gaytán
1992Ricky Martin: VueloVideo short
1992Ricky Martin: SusanaVideo short
1992Ricky Martin: Juego de ajedrezVideo short
1992Ricky Martin: Dime que me quieresVideo short
1993Getting ByTV SeriesCindy WilliamsTelma HopkinsDeon Richmond
1993Ricky Martin: Que dia es hoy (Remix)Remix
1993Ricky Martin: Me amarásVideo short
1994Ricky Martin: Qué hermoso niño (What Child Is This)What Child Is This
1995Ricky Martin: Te extraño, te olvido, te amo (Version 1)Version 1
1995Ricky Martin: María (Original Version)Original Version
1995Ricky Martin: María (Original Remix Version)Original Remix Version
1996Voces Unidas: Puedes LlegarVideo shortPlácido DomingoGloria Estefan
1996Ricky Martin: Fuego de noche, nieve de díaVideo shortKate del Castillo
1996Ricky Martin: Bombón de azúcarVideo short
1996Barefoot in ParadiseTV SeriesAnthony Addabbo
1997Ricky Martin: VolverásVideo short
1997EresVideo short
1997Ricky Martin: MaríaVideo short
1997Ricky Martin: Dónde estarásVideo short
1997Ricky Martin: Te extraño, te olvido, te amo (Version 2)Version 2
1997Ricky Martin: No importa la distanciaVideo short
1998Ricky Martin: VuelveVideo shortWayne Isham
1998Ricky Martin: The Cup of LifeVideo shortWayne Isham
1998Ricky Martin: La copa de la vidaVideo shortWayne Isham
1998Ricky Martin: La bombaVideo shortWayne Isham
1998Médico de familiaTV SeriesEmilio Aragón ÁlvarezLydia BoschLuisa Martín
1998Ricky Martin: Perdido sin tiVideo short
1998Ricky Martin: Por arriba, Por abajoVideo short
1999Ricky Martin: Livin' la vida locaVideo shortWayne IshamNina Morić
1999Idle HandsuncreditedRodman FlenderDevon SawaSeth GreenElden Henson
1999Ricky Martin: Shake Your Bon-BonVideo shortWayne Isham
1999Ricky Martin: She's All I Ever HadVideo shortNigel DickCharlotte Ayanna
2000Ricky Martin Feat. Maja: Private EmotionVideo shortFrancis LawrenceMejaSertab Erener
2000Ricky Martin: She BangsVideo shortWayne IshamChanning Tatum
2001Ricky Martin Feat. Christina Aguilera: Nobody Wants to Be LonelyVideo shortWayne IshamChristina Aguilera
2001Ricky Martin: Sólo quiero amarteVideo shortWayne Isham
2001Ricky Martin: LoadedVideo shortBob Giraldi
2003Ricky Martin: Tal vezVideo short
2003Ricky Martin: JaleoVideo short
2003Ricky Martin: Asignatura pendienteVideo short
2003Ricky Martin: JuramentoVideo shortJoseph Kahn
2004Ricky Martin: Y todo queda en nadaVideo short
2005Ricky Martin Feat. Fat Joe, Debi Nova: Qué más daVideo shortDiane MartelFat JoeDebi Nova
2005Ricky Martin Feat. Fat Joe, Amerie: I Don't CareVideo shortDiane MartelAmerieFat Joe
2006Ricky Martin: It's AlrightVideo shortSimón Brand
2006Ricky Martin Feat. M. Pokora: It's Alright (Live)LiveGérard PullicinoM. Pokora
2006Ricky Martin Feat. La Mari & Tommy Torres: Tu recuerdo (MTV Unplugged)MTV Unplugged
2006Ricky Martin: Pégate (Live)Live
2006Ricky Martin: Con tu nombre (MTV Unplugged)MTV Unplugged
2007Eros Ramazzotti & Ricky Martin: Non siamo soliVideo shortWayne IshamEros Ramazzotti
2011Ricky Martin: The Best Thing About Me Is YouVideo shortNatalia JiménezJoss Stone
2011Ricky Martin: MásVideo shortSimón Brand
2011Ricky Martin Feat. Wisin & Yandel: FríoVideo shortPaula Chaves
2011Ricky Martin Feat. Claudia Leitte: SambaVideo shortFlávia MoraesClaudia Leitte
2012GleeTV SeriesLea MicheleJane LynchMatthew Morrison
2012Evita: New Broadway Cast Recording Feat. Ricky Martin & Elena Roger: High Flying, AdoredVideo shortElena Roger
2012Evita: New Broadway Cast Recording Feat. Ricky Martin & Elena Roger: Buenos AiresVideo shortElena Roger
2013Draco Rosa Feat. Ricky Martin: Más y másVideo shortDraco Rosa
2013Ricky Martin: Come with MeVideo short
2014Wisin Feat. Jennifer Lopez & Ricky Martin: AdrenalinaVideo shortJessy TerreroJennifer Lopez
2014Ricky Martin: VidaVideo short
2014Ricky Martin: AdiósVideo short
2015Ricky Martin: Disparo al CorazónVideo short
2015Ricky Martin Feat. Yotuel: La MordiditaVideo shortSimón Brand
2015Wisin Feat. Ricky Martin: Que se sienta el deseoVideo shortJessy Terrero
2016Ricky Martin: PerdónameVideo short
2016Ricky Martin Feat. Maluma: Vente Pa' CaVideo shortJessy Terrero
2018Ricky Martin Feat. Wisin & Yandel: FiebreVideo short
2018American Crime StoryTV SeriesSarah PaulsonAnnaleigh AshfordSterling K. Brown
2018Asesinato en el Hormiguero ExpressTV ShortJuana AcostaToni Acosta
2019Maluma Feat. Ricky Martin: No se me quitaVideo short
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