Roberto Carlos is a Brazilian Singer-songwriter, actor, who was born on 19 April, 1941 in Cachoeiro do Itapemirim, Espirito Santo, Brazil. At 9 years old, he performed for the first time at a children's show broadcast by Rádio Cachoeiro (he sang a bolero called "Mal Amor"). In 1992, despite playing at what was seen as a lesser club and only being 19 years old, he was called up for the Brazil national team.In August 1992, aged 19, he joined Atlético Mineiro on loan and went on the club's tour of Europe. Caminhoneiro (1984) aired 3,000 times in a single day, soon topped by his own Verde e Amarelo (1985), with 3,500 airings. Mostly in Portuguese; some songs in Spanish, English and Italian. I got a lot of candies, which was the prize for the kids who'd sing there. Thus was born the Jovem Guarda (TV Show). He also recorded the annual disc, which featured hits like "Emoções", "Cama e Mesa" and "As Baleias". In January 2007, the singer travelled to Spain, where he recorded his first album in Spanish in a decade. In 1997, he launched the Spanish-language album Canciones Que Amo. There are hundreds of rumors around Roberto Carlos Castro, just similar to other celebrities. The singer would definitely change his style in 1969. Influenced by his idol Elvis Presley and the 1950s rock revolution, he rose to stardom as the main figure of the 1950s and 1960s musical movement known as Jovem Guarda (or Young Guard), which was a rip off from another TV Show. Net Worth: $160 million.Roberto Carlos is World Music Singer.Nationality: Brazil. The following year, Roberto Carlos a 300 km Por Hora, the last movie starring the singer, was released also a great national success. [3] He is considered one of the most influential artists in Brazil during the 1960s, being cited as a source of inspiration by many artists and bands up to the 1980s. During this period, Roberto wrote "We There Yet?" Prince. The 1970 decade was marked by the end of the Jovem Guarda and the bolstering the prestige of Roberto Carlos as a romantic artist in Brazil and abroad (USA, Europe and Latin America). In 1994, Roberto Carlos managed to beat the Beatles' sales in Latin America, selling over 70 million records. [7] He was later recognized as the Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year in 2015. [8][9] On April 27, 2007, after a long hearing at the Criminal Forum of Barra Funda, São Paulo, all copies of the book were recalled. He never hesitates to overtake anyone in his way and win the fortune. Please comment below, as we can get a few more interesting stories of his life for you. Our sources are always working on gathering updated information. Later that year Roberto Carlos won the Latin Grammy for best romantic music album (album Roberto Carlos, 2005). ". The estimated audience was about 70,000 people. Roberto Carlos (1982) also had the hit song "Fera Ferida", another collaboration with Erasmo. The album Roberto Carlos was marked by a greater romanticism instead of the traditional themes typical of the Jovem Guarda youth. His mother Laura Moreira Braga died on April 17, 2010, at age 96. From that year, the program would be aired at the end of each year. He is now making tons of money with his performance. ", which would be released on the LP "Roberto Carlos em Ritmo De Aventura" soundtrack of movie with the same name, released the following year. In addition to albums that sold more than 1 million copies a year, Roberto Carlos shows were also popular; in 1978, the singer toured the country for six months, always with crowded houses. Since then, Roberto Carlos has been called "O Rei" (the King). [citation needed] However, in a 2008 interview, Roberto Carlos stated that he had no intention of retiring from the music industry anytime soon and released an album later that year. Roberto Carlos Castro was highly motivated by a legendary professional who made a record inAssociation Football Manager. ". Thus, friendship and partnership between the two resumed. He won the 1988 Grammy for Best Latin American Singer and the following year he reached the top of Billboard's Latin charts. He placed fifth with the song "Maria Carnaval e Cinzas" (Luís Carlos Paraná). Years later, he recalled the occasion for the book Roberto Carlos Up Close, by Paulo Cesar de Araujo: "I was very nervous, yet very happy to be able to sing on the radio. Later that year, he starred in Roberto Carlos e o Diamante Cor-de Rosa, the second film directed by Roberto Farias and new success at the box office. His net worth is estimated at US$160 million.[1]. Was considered by the Journal Times one of the 100 most influential Brazilians of 2009. Roberto Carlos Castro is very loyal to his family. He asked his former partner Erasmo Carlos, who helped finalize the lyrics. In 1996, Roberto Carlos scored another success in partnership with Erasmo Carlos, Mulher de 40, and recorded along with Julio Iglesias, Gloria Estefan, Plácido Domingo, Ricky Martin, Jon Secada among others, the song in Spanish, "Puedes Llegar", the theme of the Atlanta Olympics in the United States. His yearly record, that almost was not released, had only four new songs, including "O Baile da Fazenda", a partnership with Erasmo Carlos and was attended special Dominguinhos. The house where Carlos was born has also been converted into a museum dedicated to him. [7] He was later recognized as the Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year in 2015. Since then, Roberto Carlos has been called "O Rei" (the King). Roberto Carlos was born in Cachoeiro do Itapemirim, Espirito Santo, Brazil on Tuesday, April 10, 1973 (Generation X). His monthly salary is remarkably higher than his contemporary others. In 1982, Maria Bethânia participated in the yearbook, the duet "Amiga." In 1994, Roberto Carlos managed to beat the Beatles' sales in Latin America, selling over 70 million records. The production was to present a pot-pourri of Erasmo's most famous compositions, including "Parei na Contramão" and "Quero Que Vá Tudo Pro Inferno". The reason for the split was a failure of production of the "Show in Si Monal ..." TV Record, which paid homage to Erasmo. In the second half of 2011, the singer held a concert in the city of Jerusalem. It was a beautiful day." Several of his songs were recorded by artists as Julio Iglesias, Caravelli and Ray Conniff. He placed fifth with the song "Maria Carnaval e Cinzas" (Luís Carlos Paraná). Roberto Carlos (1982) also had the hit song "Fera Ferida", another collaboration with Erasmo. The album spawned the songs "Ilegal, Imoral e Engorda" and "Os Seus Botões"." His net worth has been estimated to be around $160 million dollars. He earned his wealth widely through his professional career as a football coach and former footballer. Also in 1971, Roberto Carlos, the album was released, featuring hits like "Detalhes," "Amada Amante", "Todos Estão Surdos", "Debaixo dos Caracóis dos Seus Cabelos" (homage to Caetano Veloso) and "Como Dois E Dois" (Caetano). Later that year, it launched the yearbook, which brought such hits as "Ana", "Veste A Roupa Meu Bem" and "Jesus Cristo", a song which also marked his approach to religion. The interactive expo, opened on March 4, 2010, portrayed the singer's life and career. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Roberto Carlos was paid homage by the Beija-Flor samba school in the 2011 Carnival parade.[10]. Roberto Carlos Braga was born in Cachoeiro de Itapemirim, at the southern part of the Brazilian state of Espírito Santo. Roberto also engaged in support of the UN International Year of the Child.[6]. Compare. Zodiac sign: Aries. The court ruled for Roberto Carlos and the book Roberto Carlos em Detalhes was pulled from stores at the end of February 2007. That year would be marked by a fight that nearly ended the partnership between Roberto and Erasmo Carlos. From the same name "Jovem Guarda" was the first manifestation of the Brazilian pop rock movement. With the net worth of $160 million, Roberto Carlos is the #1958 richest person on earth all the time follow our database. In 1975, the hit would be "Além do Horizonte". The singer would definitely change his style in 1969. He went on to win the Globo de Cristal trophy[citation needed], awarded by CBS to Brazilian artists who sell more than five million copies outside Brazil. He is a legendary breakthrough these days. His preparation was good to get going in the industry. In 1985 he participated in the campaign to help children in Latin America, in the song Cantarê, cantarás, he performed with Julio Iglesias, Gloria Estefan, Jose Feliciano, Plácido Domingo, Cheech Marin and Menudo, among others. In December 2006, "Duetos" a CD with 14 tracks and a DVD with 16 numbers was released, which had taken of the special moments recorded for the Globo since the 1970s. He started his career in Brazil as a forward but spent most of his career as a left back and has been described as the "most offensive-minded left-back in the history of the game". In 1982, Maria Bethânia participated in the yearbook, the duet "Amiga." Body build Not Known, Eye color Not Known & Hair color Unknown. His popularity grows every year above 24%. The record company Sony has just launched The 30 Greatest Hits (Vol.