Singers from Mexico's Golden Age of Cinema
a Mexican singer, actor, songwriter, equestrian, film producer, and screenwriter. During his career, he recorded over 150 albums, which sold 25 million copies and acted in more than 120 films. He was given the honorific nickname "El Charro de México" (Mexico's Horseman) because he is credited with popularizing the Mexican equestrian sport la charrería to international audiences. He began his acting career in 1952 during the Golden Age of Mexican cinema.
born "Germán Genaro Cipriano Gómez Valdés de Castillo", better known as Tin-Tan, was an actor, singer and comedian who was born in Mexico City but was raised and began his career in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua. He often displayed the pachuco dress and employed pachuco slang in many of his movies, some with his brothers Manuel "El Loco" Valdés and Ramón Valdés. He made the language of the Mexican American pachucos famous in Mexico. A "caló" based in Spanglish, it was a mixture of Spanish and English in speech based on that of Mexican immigrants.