Leading a successful career in acting and singing for three decades is an accomplishment that few artists can boast. Singer and actress Laura Flores is one of the few. The Mexican star began her journey in the spotlight at fourteen years old, when she formed part of the sibling quartet, Hermanos y Amigos. She toured with the young group for two years through Mexico, the Netherlands, Germany and Spain. At age sixteen, she was ready to explore another side of her artistic flair. She studied acting in the renowned Centro de Estudios Artisticos de Televisa (CEA) and was soon offered her first role in the soap opera El Combate (The Combat), followed by her first musical, Los Fantasticos. In 1992, Laura recorded her first solo album, Barcos de Papel. She has since had hits in acting and singing alike. She starred in the 1997 smash hit soap opera El Alma No Tiene Color (The Soul has no Color), and interpreted the Grammy-winning theme song as a duet with Marco Antonio Solis. She has starred as either protagonist or villain in other hits such as Marisol, Siempre te Amare (I will Always Love You), Gotita de Amor (Little Drop of Love), Piel de Otono (Touch of Fall), Al Diablo con los Guapos (To Hell with the Handsome) and, most recently, En Nombre del Amor (In the Name of Love), a prime-time soap opera currently transmitted by Univision. She has recorded fourteen albums, with the most recent, Soy Yo con Banda y Mariachi, released in 2008. With versatility, charisma and a lasting career, it comes as no surprise that she has risen to the top ranks of today's Spanish television and music scene.