Mexican singer/actress Patricia Manterola (blessed Patricia Manterola Carrion) debuted in show business at age nine while using a role within the musical Ana, la Huerfanita (Annie). Immediately after, she acquired the chance to take part in an archive sponsored by way of a TV show known as Juguemos a Cantar. The encouraging young artist went to singing and dance classes before achieving local maker Luis de Llano, who was simply assembling a fresh outfit known as Garibaldi. Furthermore to becoming a member of the Latin pop vocal group, Manterola produced her cinematographic debut with ¿Dónde Quedó La Bolita? dealing with acting professional Sergio Jiménez. Her single career started in 1994 following a Garibaldi live show in Acapulco and with the launch of Hambre de Amor. Using the effective cleaning soap opera Acapulco, Cuerpo con Alma, the Latin edition of Charlie’s Angels made by Sony/Telemundo, it series Risk in Hollywood, and the films City of Dropped Souls and Carman: The Champ, Manterola accomplished her main goals within the performing field. In 2002, her recording Que un Ritmo No Pare shipped her first tunes in English.