Mini Bio (1)
Roberto Enrique is an Actor, Singer, Songwriter and Producer from Paramount, CA. Roberto began his career singing regional Mexican songs after being signed by Pedro Rivera, father of Jenni and Lupillo Rivera. As a songwriter and producer, he has worked in the studio alongside Grammy Winning music producers like Ted Perlman, Bill Hudson and Benny Faccone. He writes daily, constantly adapting his sound to today's music which has allowed him to cross over into the Latino pop/rock scene. He loves the theatre and has been involved in many plays in Los Angeles, including Luis Avalos' "Paquito's Christmas" at The Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. He's starred in various feature and short films, from Nickelodeon's movie of the week The Brothers Garcia: Mysteries of the Maya (2003) (TV) to the Emmy award-winning short Pedazo de tierra, Un (2001). The short film Roam (2001) which received rave reviews at Sundance, won Roberto a nomination for best actor at the Pasadena based Methodfest. On television, he's co-starred in episodes of The Shield" (2003) and "Grounded for Life" (2004). He took a brief hiatus from the arts to attend to his families medical issues, but now has over 100 songs ready for release.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Joshua Greenberg