DOB: January 4th, 1977
Place of Birth: Veracruz, Mexico
Iran looks so innocent and simple in this picture, with her hair pulled back and that slight hint of cleavage.
lrán Castillo was born on January 4th, 1977 in the coast city of Veracruz, Mexico. She started at the age of seven in some commercials and then enrolled at the age of twelve in the Martha Zavalete Arts workshop. Mexico's television media specializes in producing a wide variety of soap operas consecutebly, and Irán got her chance to be part of quite a few of this.
Her first part in a soap opera was at the age of twelve in "Angeles Blancos" (White Angels), along with Rogelio Guerra and Jacqueline Andere. At this same age she became part of a young teenage music group called "Mosquitas Muertas" (Little dead mosquitos), The group only lasted for about a year. Later, she participated in the educational seccion of a kids show called "El Club de Gaby" (Gaby's club). At the age of sixteen, she became part of the soap opera "Agujetas de Color de Rosa" (Pink Shoe Laces) as Cecilia the daughter of Roxana Chavez and Pedro Armendariz.
In 1996, "Confidente de Secundaria" (Junior High Confident) was one of the soap operas with the hightest ratings on mexican television. She played the part of Jackie, and interpreted the songs "Amandote" (Loving you) and "De corazon a corazon" (from heart to heart), a duet with Flavio Cesar, and "Hoy mas que ayer" (Today more than ever); all of these part of the "Confidente de Secundaria" soundtrack. She became more and more interested in music, so she stated taking singing clases to begin her singing carrer more seriously.
In 1997, Iran Castillo releases her first album "Tiempos Nuevos" (New Times). It was recorded in Mexico City and it includes ten pop hits. Most of the songs are ballad pop. She says that she likes ballad pop, and her producer agrees that is the kind of music that suits her best. She chooses her own way of dressing. During the promotion of this album she used to wear the hats, bracelets, and the colored shirts that were used by the hippies in the '70s.
On August of 1999, she returned to Mexico from Miami, Florida to continue with the promotion of her her second album with hit singles like "Sola" (Lonely), "Por ti, Por Mi" (For you, For Me) and "No Vendra" (He won't Come). By the end of 1998, she became part of the cast of the hit soap opera Soñadoras (dreamers), playing the part of a senior High School student. Her second album includes the ending theme song of this show. The theme song from the soap opera "Preciosa" is included as a bonus track of the special edition of "Tatuada en tus Besos, and several versions of the song are included in the soundtrack.
In 1999, she continued her acting career in the movie "La Segunda Noche" (The Second Night), based on a story of Roberto Gomez Bolaños (from the "Chespirito" comedy series) playing Rosalia.
Besides taking the part of Rosalia in the film "La Segunda Noche", she is also the voice of Jessy in the film "Toy Story 2" dubbed to spanish. Iran Castillo concluded her "Tatuada en tus Besos" tour by the end of September 2000, and her final concert for this tour is in the city Chihuahua, Mexico.
After that she began the production of her new soap opera "El Derecho de Nacer" (The Right to be Born). It is produced by Carlos Sotomayor in cities such as Mexico City and Merida. Her character is called Isabel Cristina, all thought it is not leading role.
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