Born on August 26, 1971, Ariadna Thalía Sodi Miranda or popularly known as Thalía is a famous singer and actress from Mexico. Her name is associated to soap operas which made her famous in all parts of the world. In fact, it has been reported that her soap opera alone has reached more than two billion viewers from 180 different countries, a record that gave her the nickname “The Queen of Soap Operas.” She starred in numerous soap operas such as “María Mercedes,” “Rosalinda,” and “Marimar” among others.
Thalía has toured five different continents, making her as one of the most popular Latin singers in the history of mankind. She too has received numerous acting and singing awards and has a total of 25 million copies of albums sold across the globe. Indeed, Thalía is the singer and actress who gave so much pride to Mexican flag.
Thalía was born in the city of Mexico and came from a prominent family. Her father Ernesto Sodi Pallares is a doctor of Pathology, scientist, writer and criminologist. On the other hand, her mother Yolanda Miranda Mange is a painter and used to be her manager from 1980 to 1999. She is the youngest among the brood of four sisters – Laura, Ernestina, Gabriela, and Federica.
Aside from her beauty, Thalía also did well in her academics and attended the prestigious Elycio Francee Mexican. At that school, Thalía became bilingual because the school follows a French-Spanish curriculum. According to Thalía herself, if she did not enter the entertainment world, she would be a psychologist or biologist. On December 2, 2000, she married Tommy Mottola., a music mogul. On October 7, 2007, Thalía became a first-time mother when she gave birth to Sabrina Sakaë Mottola Sodi. She and her husband together with their child now live in New York City.