The Organizing Committee of the event "Vallarta Pride 2013" has been busy adding events to the calendar of the 3-day festival which will be held from May 24th to 26th, 2013, in the Puerto Vallarta Romantic Zone.
Organizers confirmed today that the Mexican television celebrity "Supermana" has agreed to participate as Master of Ceremonies at various events and Grand Marshal for the Vallarta Pride Parade 2013.
Supermana's confirmation is another success for organizers. In his over 15 years in the entertainment industry, which include starring in nightclub reviews, clubs, cabarets and comedy shows throughout Mexico and the United States, he has become a famous icon among the LGBT community.
The sexually ambiguous superhero is widely known for his appearances on the irreverent "Desde Gayola" (From Jail, as translated to English) on Televisa and Channel 52 television, the show "Nocturninos" and "Farándula 40" on TV Azteca.
Since the beginning, Supermana quickly became an icon of the LGBT community as one of the first drag queens presented on Mexican network television.
Daniel Vives, the actor and singer who plays Supermana, was born in Mexico-Tenochtitlan and is a graduate of the Silvia Derbez Academy of Performing Arts. He has performed in major musical productions across Mexico and the United States.
Daniel Vives recorded his first musical production in Spain, titled "Mírame" (Look at Me), and also appeared in the award-winning film production "Así del Precipicio."
In the coming days, Vallarta Pride organizers will reveal further details about the Supermana's participation in Pride events which are expected to draw thousands of tourists from all over Mexico, USA and Canada.
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