Carlos Marin was a Spanish singer who had the Net Worth of $20 million know all about him in this article as like his Family, Parents, Wife, Children and Biography
|Died||19 December 2021|
|Place of Birth||Rüsselsheim, Germany|
|Spouse/Partner||Innocence (m. 2006–2009)|
|Parents||Magdalena Menchero, Carlos Marín|
|Last Update||December 2021|
Carlos Marín Menchero was a Spanish baritone and a member of the classical crossover group Il Divo, which has sold over 28 million records worldwide.Marín died from COVID-19 complications on 19 December 2021, in Manchester, England. He was 53 years old.
Carlos Marin performed in several musicals, starting in 1993 as Marius in Les Misérables, and afterwards Beauty and the Beast (where he suffered an accident that left him with a broken ankle), Grease (where he played the role of Vince Fontaine), El Diluvio Que Viene (The Coming Flood), and covering for José Sacristán in Man From La Mancha.
He participated also in the production of La Magia De Broadway (Broadway Magic) and Peter Pan (in theater and CD), in this musical he shared also the tasks of musical direction with Alberto Quintero.He sang in Henry Selick’s animated film, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and he was also the Prince’s singing voice in Disney’s Spanish version of Cinderella, produced in the year 2000.
In December 2003, he became a member of the international musical quartet Il Divo along with Urs Bühler (Switzerland), Sébastien Izambard (France), and David Miller (USA).Their debut album, Il Divo, became a worldwide multiplatinum selling record when released in November 2004, entering the Billboard charts at number four and selling five million copies worldwide in less than a year and knocking Robbie Williams from the number one spot in the charts.
Parallel to his presence in Il Divo, Marín started his own solo show performing for the first time in Madrid (Spain), where he gave four concerts at the Compac Gran Via Theater in June 2011, continuing with these solo concerts in Campeche (Mexico) 2014, Ciudad del Carmen (Mexico) 2015, Madrid (Spain) 2015, Mexico DF – Teatro Metropolitan 2016 which kicked off his first World Tour to include USA, Spain, Mexico; South America and Japan.