|Andrés Ceballos Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 11 in|
|Date of Birth||August 31, 1992|
Andrés Ceballos is a Spanish singer and songwriter who is best known for his work as a member of the Spanish Latin-pop group Dvicio, which was formed in 2009 under the name Tiempo Límite. The band had shot to fame in 2014 after the release of their hit single, Paraíso, and the launch of their debut studio album, Justo Ahora.
Andrés Ceballos Sánchez
- Siblings – Martin Ceballos (Older Brother) (Musician)
Vocals, Guitar, Piano
Sony Music Spain
5 ft 11 in or 180.5 cm
79 kg or 174 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Andrés has dated –
- Paula Sancho (2016–2018)
- Alejandra Efimer (2019-Present)
Race / Ethnicity
He is of Argentinian descent on his father’s side and Brazilian descent on his mother’s side.
- Toned physique
- Charming smile
- Tousled hair
- Often sports a light stubble
- Wears ear studs
Andrés Ceballos Facts
- He was so infatuated with music from a very early age that he would attend school only to ensure that he could participate in the music classes there.
- He had bought his first guitar at the age of 13 and within 4 years, had formed his own band of teenagers. His older brother Martin and other friends used to contribute and chip in and this set of friends eventually formed the Latin-pop band Dvicio in 2009.
- In its early days, the band had released songs such as Dueña de Mi Mente and Detras de Mis Miedos. They achieved their first breakthrough in 2011 though when they won a radio show’s talent hunt contest where they had performed a cover of renowned French DJ and music producer David Guetta‘s 2011 song Titanium.
- In 2013, aged 21, he had embarked on a tour of Latin America with Venezuelan singer, songwriter, and TV host Carlos Baute. The experience inspired him to further his personal ambitions as well as those of Dvicio.
- A polyglot, he is fluent in Spanish, English, and Portuguese. He can sing in all of those languages too as well as in Italian, and often performs covers in multiple languages. He can also speak broken Russian, Thai, and German.
- In 2016, he was involved in a mild controversy at the Latin Grammys. He had been invited to present an award in the name of the late singer Juan Gabriel. The audience was expecting him to leave immediately after announcing the award but he had waited for quite some time. He tried to douse the controversy by explaining that he thought that someone would be arriving to pick the award on Juan’s behalf.
Featured Image by Andrés Ceballos / Instagram