C harytin Goyco, known simply as ‘Charytin’ is an internationally acclaimed Hispanic artist. She is a television presenter, singer, comedian and dramatic actress. In a career that has captivated audiences for over three decades, she has enjoyed success in the music, film and television industry.
As a recording artist she released seventeen albums and composed over 100 songs. Live performances included Carnegie Hall and Madison Square Garden in New York City.
As an actress Charytin has worked in several movies and mini-series. She made her film debut in “Prohibido Amar En Nueva York (1984)” and most notably was the lead actress in “Las Rosas Blancas” that won the John Foster Peabody Award, represent – ing the first time a Latin American program received that prize. Her most recent lead role was in “Yuniol (2007).”
As a television presenter Charytin has hosted and presented many different shows.
Her first, “The Charytin Show” was a huge hit and ran for two decades. It featured live music, comedy sketches and guest appearances. Her next major production, “
Charytin Internacional ” was primarily a talk show and ran throughout the 90’s. In 2002 Charytin became the lead host for “Escandalo TV,” a daily live talk show about news and celebrity gossip. This show ran until 2011.
Throughout her career Charytin has also starred in television specials from Japan,
England, Italy & Argentina. In the United States and Puerto Rico, her programs have received 12 ACE awards.
In May 2012, Charytin was chosen alongside Ricky Martin and Zoe Saldana for the cover of People en Espanol ’s 50 Most Beautiful People.
Charytin returned to television in March 2013 as the host of her own nightly show, again named “The Charytin Show,” this time on Mega TV. Similar to her original show, it featured live music, comedy sketches and guest appearances.
Most recently it was announced that Charytin would take a brief break from Televi- sion to focus on her music. In July 2014, working closely with renowned producer Rudy Perez, Charytin released “Siete Vidas” which is currently playing on national radio across North & South America. In her return to music, Charytin went back to her roots by recording the music video in the Dominican Republic inspiring a new generation of adoring fans.