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Who is Selena Quintanilla Pérez’s ex husband Chris Pérez?
Christopher Gilbert Pérez was born under the zodiac sign of Leo on 14 August 1969, and so is 49 years old. He is best known as a former member of the Tejano band Selena y Los Dinos, but in addition to his vocal abilities, Chris is probably as well known as the now ex-husband of the frontwoman Selena, who he married in 1992.
New Wife, Kids, Family
So just how rich is Chris Pérez as of mid-2018? According to authoritative sources, Pérez has a net worth of over $1.2 million, with his wealth being accumulated from his career in the previously mentioned field. He hasn’t disclosed any information regarding his assets such as houses and cars.
I know….I know…I look funny. But, just wanted to share my night with you guys. True friendship never dies. Now, ON TO THE NEXT BAR, LOL! pic.twitter.com/ibplh4pw98
— Chris Perez (@ChrisPerezNow) January 21, 2017
Pérez spent his formative years in San Antonio, Texas and was one of two children of Carmen Medina and Gilbert Pérez. Being interested in music from an early age, Chris learned to play French horn in middle school, and would often perform at concerts. Reportedly, his mother supported this decision, but had problems when it came to him choosing to play guitar because of the stereotypes associated with the rock ‘n’ roll lifestyle. He looked up to musicians such as Def Leppard, Kiss, the Scorpions, Ozzy Osbourne and Iron Maiden, and in the 1990s stated that he enjoyed Ricky Martin’s music.
Happy birthday to the one and only person who shares the same mother and father as me…my sister Páti! (or, as the rest…
Dreaming of You
The fifth and the last album of the group was entitled “Dreaming of You”, released posthumously to Selena’s death in mid-1995, by EMI Latin and EMI Records. The album received overwhelmingly positive response and success, making its debut atop the US Billboard 200 and selling more than 175,000 copies on the first day of its release, more than 330,000 copies in its first week, so achieving vast success.
Chris Pérez Band
After Selena was killed and the others disbanded the group, Chris started his own Chris Pérez Band, and released two albums with them. In 1999, the group recorded “Resurrection”, their debut album which featured songs inspired by Selena, overall 15 songs such as “Noches En Vela”, “Best I Can”, “Resurrection” and “Agua Benita”. In 2002, the band produced “Una Noche Más” which featured songs such as “Dime Por Qué Te Vas”, “Una Noche Más”, “Ahora Que Voy A Marcharme” and “Y Yo Te Voy A Amar”. After that, the band unfortunately fell through, and Pérez went on to continue his career with Kumbia Kings. As of 2012, he wrote the book “To Selena, With Love”. Reportedly, he didn’t ask her family for permission and approval, but Abraham, Selena’s father eventually approved of the book after it was published.
Until “To Selena, With Love” was released, Pérez tried his best to keep his private life to himself. He was also described as “shy and uncomfortable when in the spotlight”, but was also considered talented, dedicated, honest and someone who could be believed in. Being in the entertainment field, Chris is also active on social media such as Instagram, on which he is followed by an army of 275,000 people, often sharing photos of himself and his friends.