Martina ‘Tini’ Stoessel is an Argentine singer, actress, model, and performer who rose to fame in the 1980s. Violetta Castillo in Disney’s comedic TV series “Violetta” is her most well-known role. She has appeared in a variety of television shows and films. She is a trained singer in addition to acting. In collaboration with her father, Alejandro Stoessel, she has recorded an album. Martina’s debut album, ‘Tini,’ received good feedback from fans all around the world and was certified gold. She primarily sings in Spanish, although her songs are also dubbed in English. Her debut album was split into two discs, with tracks recorded in both Spanish and English. The album debuted at the top of the charts in Argentina, as well as France, Germany, Portugal, and Spain. Adolfo Pérez Esquivel, a human rights campaigner, and Rigoberta Mench, a political activist from Guatemala, have selected her as an ambassador for international peace. She is also a humanitarian who uses her celebrity to make a positive impact on the lives of those around her.
Childhood and Adolescence
Martina Stoessel was born on March 21, 1997, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to film director Alejandro Stoessel and Mariana Muzlera. Francisco Stoessel, her older brother, is her only sibling.
She was educated in private schools that also offered English classes. She began focused on her artistic career at an early age, studying piano, dance, theatre, and singing.
Since she was eight years old, her parents had referred to her as Tini. She went on to name her first solo album after her nickname.
Career of Martina Stoessel
Martina had a minor role in ‘PatitoFeo’ (Ugly Duckling), a children’s comedy television series that aired in 2007. Alejandro Stoessel, her father, was one of the show’s creators.
She began recording Spanish translations of English songs in 2011 and 2012, including Shannon Saunders’ ‘The Glow,’ which was dubbed ‘Tu Resplandor’ in Spanish.
In 2012, she auditioned for and was cast as Violetta Castillo in Disney’s children’s comedy show “Violetta.” ‘En Mi Mundo,’ the show’s promotional song and title track, was performed by her (In My Own World). In two different languages, she recorded the same song.
Martina has always claimed that portraying Violetta was simple for her because she based the role on herself. She has also recorded all three seasons of her program Violetta’s music.
She rose to prominence in 2013 by recording the song “Let It Go” from Disney’s successful animated film Frozen in both Spanish and Italian. ‘Libre Soy,’ the Spanish version, has nearly 200 million views.
In 2014, she voiced Carrie Williams, a little character in the dubbed Italian version of Pixar’s animated film ‘Monster University.’
In 2015, she spent the year filming ‘Tini: The Movie.’ In 2016, the film was released in theaters across the United States and Europe.
Martina released her first solo album, ‘Tini,’ with Hollywood Records on April 29, 2016. The record, which featured music from her film, was certified gold in Argentina and sold over 110,000 copies worldwide in less than two months.
‘Great Escape’ and its Spanish equivalent, ‘Yo Me Escaparé,’ were among the songs she released in 2016. She also worked with Colombian artist Sebastián Yatra on the Spanish version of her song “Got Me Started,” titled “Ya No Hay Nadie Que Nos Pare.”
On March 18, 2017, she embarked on her first concert tour, which took her from Europe to Latin America. ‘Got Me Started Tour’ was the name of the tour.
Major Projects of Martina Stoessel
Martina sang at the UNICEF charity event Un sol para loschicos on August 10, 2013, alongside the Violetta cast, singing songs like “Ser Mejor.”
In terms of social work, she visited sick children at the Gutiérrez Hospital and participated in different ColectoTecho Association programs.
In May 2014, she staged a free concert in Buenos Aires.
She played John Lennon’s “Imagine” at the start of a charity football game hosted by Pope Francis in Rome in 2015.
On November 17, 2016, Martina Stoessel was designated the honorary ambassador of world peace at the Red Vozpor la Paz celebration in Buenos Aires.
She has given speeches in support of people with Down syndrome, as well as on topics such as depression and poor self-esteem.
Achievements & Awards
Martina received the Kids’ Choice Award Argentina in the category of Best Female Newcomer in 2012 for her role in the telenovela ‘Violetta.’
At 2013, she received two nominations for her role as Violetta in the Kids’ Choice Awards, in the categories of Favorite TV Actress and Favorite Latin Artist. Violetta received the Premios Martin Fierro prize in the Female Newcomer category the same year.
In 2014, she was named Female Newcomer at the Colombian Kids’ Choice Awards for her song “Violetta.”
In 2016, she was nominated for the MTV Europe Music Awards in the category of Best Latin America South Act.
‘Tini,’ her debut solo album, debuted at number one in Argentina and reached the Top 10 in numerous countries, including Austria, Italy, Germany, and Portland.
She was featured on the cover of the ‘Trinity Stars’ magazine.
Personal Experiences of Martina Stoessel
Martina and her family currently reside in San Isidro.
Miley Cyrus, Beyonce, Madonna, Justin Bieber, and Rihanna have all influenced and motivated her.
A peace symbol on her neck, a hand holding up fingers in the peace formation, a heart on her knuckle, and the phrases ‘All you need is love’ on her wrist are among her four tattoos.
From 2013 to April 2015, she dated Argentine actor Juan Pedro Lanzani.
Stoessel is currently dating Pepe Barroso Silva, a former soccer star who is now a model. Since October 2016, the couple has been together.
Estimated Net Worth
Martina Stoessel has a net worth of $9 million dollars. She is an Argentine actress, model, singer, and dancer. Martina Stoessel was born in March 1997 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. From 2012 to 2015, she starred as Violetta Castillo in the Disney Channel Latin America television series Violetta.
Mercedes Lambre, who plays Martina’s on-screen antagonist, is her best friend.