Singer, Actor, Presenter, Johnny Lozada is without a doubt one of the most charismatic personalities on Hispanic television. This witty and simple Puerto Rican has been appealing his fans for over two decades throughout the Americas. Currently, you can find Johnny Lozada on weekdays as a host of Univision’s popular morning show, “Despierta America.” Before “Despierta America,” Johnny hosted “Sal y Pimienta,” “Quien tiene la razon,” “Transformacion Total,” “Escandalo TV,” Fear Factor VIP,” and “Big Brother.” His popularity and his public affection have surprised Johnny since he was a child. He grew up in Puerto Rico as part of the group “Menudo” from 1980 to 1984. He lived glorious moments with this group as they recorded 8 albums including “Quiero Ser,” “Menudo’s” most successful album. Johnny also starred in the movie “Una Aventura llamada Menudo.” He was part of the historic show in which “Menudo: presented in the Azteca Stadium in Mexico, as well as 2 telenovelas that were filmed in Venezuela: “Quiero ser” and “Es por Amor.” Johnny was recognized as the most romantic of the group and his hits with “Menudo” included songs such as: “Clara” and “Señora Mía,” but he also gained popularity playing roles such as “Mi banda toca Rock.” After he left the group, Robby Draco replaced Johnny, but Johnny continued in the music business. He recorded his first album named “Invitame,” was nominated for a Grammy and recognized for many other awards. During this time, Johnny participated in a campaign to promote sexual abstinence among youth and recorded a duet with Tatiana: “Cuando estemos juntos” and “Détente.” This created so much popularity for him in the United States that he was interviewed for the show “20/20.” Besides his career in music, Johnny began his work as an actor, landing roles in telenovelas such as, “Escandalo” alongside Charytin (1986), “Alba Marina” (1988), “Señora Tentación” (1994), “Cuando Calienta el Sol” (1995), “La señorita Ana” (1996), “Amigas y Rivales” (2001), “Complices al Rescate” (2002), most of which were produced by Televisa, the biggest Hispanic production company in the world. As for theater, he was worked on “Alzo Aire” (2004), “Quien mato a Hector Lavoe” (2007), “Descargados” (2007), and “Confesiones del Pene” (2012). At the same time as he was dedicated to acting, Johnny founded the group “Proyecto M.” Alongside Rene Farrait and Ray Reyes, he recorded several albums and gained a lot of popularity in Venezuela and Puerto Rico. When the group broke up, Johnny returned to telenovelas and a while later returned to music once again. This time forming the group “Reencuentro” with Rene Farrait, Miguel Cancel, Ricky Melendez, and Charlie Masso. Together they have toured all of Latin America, bringing back memories to former fans of “Menudo.” They also released the album “El Reencuentro” which broke records and was nominated as the “Best Group Album” at the “Billboard” awards. In 2010, Johnny joined the group of hosts on “Sal y Pimienta,” Univision’s Entertainment show. Two years later, he was chosen to be one of the presenters for “Despierta America.” In that same year, Univision invited him to participate in “Mira Quien Baila,” where he ended up winning the competition in first place. To make his year even better, “TV y Novelas” awarded him “Best Host.” Johnny currently resides in Miami with his wife and children.