Roberto Miguel Santamarina Cantoral

Roberto Miguel Santamarina Cantoral

Roberto Miguel was born in 2001 and is currently 20 years old. He is a smart, handsome boy with a height of 6’3”. His body weight is 89kg.  Roberto has brown eyes and black hair.

Not much information is available about Roberto’s education. Seeing his age, it can be said that he must have completed his graduation degree.

Roberto Miguel has a twin brother. His name is Jose Eduardo Santamarina Cantoral. He was born in 2001.  Roberto’s parents got married in 2000. The twin sons, Roberto and Jose were born in August 2001. Unfortunately, the marriage of Roberto’s parents couldn’t last long. They both separated in 2003 and the marriage ended in 2004.

Roberto’s father, Eduardo was born in Veracruz, Mexico. It was seen that Eduardo was dating an actress, Susana Gonzalez while being married to Ilatoral. But later, Eduardo and Susana’s relationship also ended in 2007.

Eduardo, his father, learned acting training from Centro de Education Arista in Mexico. He did his training for two years from 1989 to 1991. In 1992, Eduardo gave his first appearance in Tylenol Defriend at Sunset. According to different sources,the networth of Eduardo starts from $1 million to $5 million. He earns by acting in various films, television and plays.

Roberto and Jose Santamarina Cantoral were born in Mexico City, Mexico, to parents who were both doctors. The Santamarina Cantoral brothers showed an early interest in music and began taking piano lessons when they were five years old. They continued their musical studies at the National Conservatory of Music, where they graduated with diplomas in composition and piano performance. In addition to their musical training, the brothers also earned degrees in law and business administration.

The Santamarina Cantoral brothers have had successful careers as both performers and composers. As a piano duo, they have given concerts throughout Mexico and the United States. They have also composed many pieces for piano, voice, and orchestra, which have been performed by leading Mexican and American ensembles. In addition to their work as musicians, the brothers have also been active in the business world, serving on the boards of several companies. Roberto and Jose Santamarina Cantoral are respected figures in the Mexican music scene, and their contributions have helped to shape the country’s musical identity.