Born in Monterrey, Mexico, Alicia Villarreal is an award-winning Mexican singer who has an estimated net worth of $12 million. She has earned her fortune from her career as a World Music singer.
Alicia was a prodigiously talented young singer, performing on the TV show Pipo, but it wasn't until she began touring with Grupo Limite that her professional success truly took hold. She was a member of the group from 1995 to 1998 and was the lead vocalist on their albums.
After leaving the group, she released her first solo album in 2001 titled Soy Lo Prohibido. It spawned the hit single "Te Quedo Grande la Yegua."
Her second album, Cuando el Corazon se Cruza, was produced by her husband Cruz Martinez and received many awards. It also earned her a Latin Grammy nomination for best regional Mexican album.
In 2009, she released her fourth album titled La Jefa. It debuted at the top of Billboard's regional Mexican albums chart and also reached number four on the overall Latin Albums charts.
Alicia has been married to Cruz Martinez since 2003. They have three children together: Melanie Aidee, Felix Estefano and Cruz Angelo.
The couple is based in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, Mexico. They have no children from previous relationships.
Alicia Villarreal was born on August 31, 1971, in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. She is a Mexican singer and songwriter who is known for her work on the telenovela Duelo de Pasiones and the album Orgullo de Mujer.