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Christian Castro (born Kristian Sanchez Valdez on December 8, 1974 in Mexico City) is Mexican pop singer. He is the son of renowned actress and singer Verónica Castro; as a baby, he made his acting debut with her during the telenovela named El Derecho de Nacer. Soon after, he would appear on a television commercial with her, and on the Mexican version of the broadway show Mame alongside the prominent actress Silvia Pinal.
Castro uses his mother's last name because the man who had a relationship with Verónica Castro by the time she became pregnant with Christian, Loco Valdes, always had an icy relationship with his son. As a matter of a fact, Valdes did not attend his son's 2003 wedding with a Paraguayan model. Another reason that he chooses to use his mother's last name is that he lists her as his number one idol in life.
Castro began his singing career on 1992 with the release of Agua Nueva. The album received mixed reviews because Castro's voice was too deep. After participating in various telenovelas and recording some albums as a teenager, Castro began his internationalization in 1993, starting with concerts in Puerto Rico. As a matter of a fact, he dedicated a song to that country in his second album, Un Segundo En El Tiempo, titled "Puerto Rico" as a way to thank the Puerto Rican public's backing of his career. He also changed his singing voice from a deep voice which was used in Agua Nueva to a softer voice that he commonly uses. His song, Nunca Voy A Olvidarte (I Am Never Going To Forget You), was the reason he became very famous. Castro became an international teen idol and sex symbol almost instantly after he began touring, and he began what has been a fructiferous international singing career. Cristian has also done voiceover theme songs for telenovelas such as La Mujer De Madera (The Woman of Wood), Angela, and Morelia. In 1994, Cristian released "El Camino Del Alma". The album hit, Mañana, meaning Tomorrow, was an original song composed by Mexican singer, Juan Gabriel which was titled, Mañana, Mañana.
During the late 1990s, he dated an Argentine girl. The couple was involved in a small scandal one time, when they arrived at Miami International Airport. They were hounded by a reporter who, incidentally, has also had trouble with Alejandro Fernández and Luis Miguel, among others. The reporter asked Cristian's girlfriend a personal question, and Cristian reacted by slapping him across the face. The incident, which was caught on camera, was shown on tabloid television shows several times.
In 1997, Castro switched from Fonovisa to BMG with the release of Lo Mejor De Mi. Famous Pianoist Raul DiBlasio did the piano work for the song, Después De Tí...¿Qué? (After You...What?). Following the album's success, Castro has made duets with other singers such as Olga Tañón, Grupo Limite, and José Alfredo Jiménez. Castro added the "h" to his name at the release of his popular album, Mi Vida Sin Tu Amor in 1999. Yet, he removed the "h" upon the release of his hit album Azul. After breaking up with his Argentinian girlfriend, Castro met a Paraguayan girl, Gabriela Bo, the daughter of a rich man. They were married in Asunción.
Apart from the reporter-slapping scandal, Castro is known for his accessibility to fans, and it's not uncommon to see paparazzi photos showing him stopping to sign an autograph for a fan or taking pictures with them.
In 2002, Castro did not approve of Mexican singer, Luis Miguel who he describes a "cheater" and a person who does not deserve a Grammy. Shortly after his marriage to Gabriela Bo, Castro began to have marital problems. Bo returned to Paraguay, and Castro allegedly had been denied entry into that country by the Paraguayan immigration service. Rumors have spread about the reason of their split: some rumors point to him being homosexual; others say he had affairs with multiple women during his short marriage. Gabriela Bo used her fame as Cristian Castro's wife to promote her modeling career in Paraguay.
Castro divorced Bo, and four days later he married his Jewish Argentinian ex-girlfriend, Valeria Liberman, who is now a lawyer. In August of 2004, he legally changed his name for the third time, this time to Christian Castro, at the release of his album Hoy Quiero Soñar and also converted to Judaism. In February 2, 2005 in an interview on the popular show Sabado Gigante, he says that retired Latin Pop singer José José was his artistic godfather. Castro was later called "El Gallito" possibly from his song "Gallito Feliz". In 2005, he released Galltio Feliz, a collection of his childhood songs, and Días Felices.