Dulce Maria loves dancing to reggaeton.
Dulce said that Alfonso and her were dating.
Dulce María's fame grew rapidly and was able to sign endorsement deals with Coca-Cola, Garnier, Kotex and cklass Shoe Ware.
She has four solos on 3 separate albums on Rebelde:Fuego, on Live In Hollywood:No Pareso on La Familia (TV Show): Quiero Poder and "EL Mundo Detras" on Empezar Desde Cero
She is the favorite of numerous fans of both the novela Rebelde and pop group RBD.
Dulce won "Best Juvenile" actress in the Premios Tv y Novelas because of her on screen talent.
She likes to have a boyfriend.
Singles from album Nuestro Amor: Nuestro Amor, Aún Hay Algo, Tras de Mí, Este Corazón, No Pares.
Singles from album Rebelde: Rebelde, Solo Quédate en Silencio, Un Póco de tu Amor, Sálvame.
Discography: Rebelde (2004), Nuestro Amor (2005), Celestial (2006), Rebels (2006
Dulce Maria will appear with rock/pop singer, ex vocalist of La Ley, Beto Cuevas. In which he will appear as a philosophy teacher, and will be directed by Ricardo DeMontreuil.
She studied music in Fermatta, a Music School in Mexico City.
She is 1.57 m tall.
She is nicknamed Roberta, for her character in Rebelde.
She dated actor Alfonso Herrera, that she met while filming Clase 406.
One of her favorite hobbies is cooking.
Her complete name is Dulce María Espinoza Saviñón.
She appears in the Mexican TV series Huracan as Rocio.
She appears in the Mexican TV series Nunca Te Olvidare as Silvia Requena Ortiz.
She appears in the Mexican TV series Primer Amor... A Mil Por Hora as Brittany.
She appears in the Mexican TV series Locura de Amor as Ximena.
She appears in the Mexican TV series Clase 406 as Marcela Mejía.
She has a great amount of fans thanks to the success of the series Rebelde and of her pop group "RBD."
Dulce won Best Juvenile Actress in the TV y Novelas Awards, because of her on screen talent.
She appears in the Mexican series Rebelde as Roberta Pardo.
After leaving Jeans Dulce Maria begin acting in the series "Clase 406" where she gain her first protagonist role.
Dulce left the band Jeans in 2000.
Dulce Maria replace member Angie, in the Mexican pop group Jeans in 2000.
She left group Kids to form one of her own with her boyfriend, but they resign before the could record their first song.
She is now formerly part of the famous group, RBD.
She became a member of a musical group called "Kids" in 1996.
Dulce Maria made her first TV appearance when she was eight years old, in Plaza Sesamo, the Mexican version of Sesame Street.
Filmography: Rebelde (2004), Clase 406 (2002), Locura de Amor (2000), Bienvenida al Clan (2000), Primer Amor... a Mil Por Hora (2000), Siempre te Amaré (2000), DKDA (1999), Infierno en el Paraíso (1999), Inesperado Amor (1999), Nunca te Olvidaré (1999), Huracán (1998), El Vuelo del Aguila (1996), Alondra (1995), Retrato de Familia (1995), Quimera (1994)
She signed endorsement deals with Coca-Cola, Garnier, Kotex and Cklass Shoe Ware.
She start her musical career with a group named Kids in 1996.
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