|Born||November 24, 1964|
Valentino is an American actor who was born on November 24, 1964. Valentino's recent filmography includes the movies Catwalk (1996) and Forrest Gump (1994). In 1993, Valentino appeared on the TV show Martin. Valentino has a modest fanbase on Spotify with only a popularity score of 34 out of 100 and about 5,000 followers as of 2018. His most popular track on Spotify is "Glika Glika Glikia Mou" from the album Kelly Kelekidou. Valentino's Instagram account (@maisonvalentino) has a significant following with around 13 million followers. His recent posts to Instagram have gotten about 14,000 likes each.
|The Return of Josey Wales||1986|
As of 2018, Valentino has appeared in about 4 movies. Some of the most recent Valentino movies include Catwalk, Forrest Gump, and Ladybugs. Catwalk was released in 1996. Forrest Gump, released in 1994, featured Valentino as Chinese Ping Pong Player. Ladybugs, released in 1992, featured Valentino as Cathy Heape.
Valentino TV Shows
As of 2018, Valentino has appeared on only one TV show. Martin is the only recent TV appearance for Valentino. Martin featured Valentino as Michael Jackson in 1993.
Valentino Popular Songs
Glika Glika Glikia Mou
Kako Skili - Valentino Remix
Kako Skili (Valentino Remix) - Single
La Noche - Desde El Auditorio Nacional
Fiesta Total Big Band (Desde El Auditorio Nacional)
Bailemos Bachata - Single
Oka Tvoja Dva
As of 2018, Valentino has 5,000 followers and a popularity score of 34 on Spotify. Kelly Kelekidou, Kako Skili (Valentino Remix) - Single, and Fiesta Total Big Band (Desde El Auditorio Nacional) are some of the more popular Valentino albums. Notable tracks from these albums include Glika Glika Glikia Mou, Kako Skili - Valentino Remix, and La Noche - Desde El Auditorio Nacional. Glika Glika Glikia Mou has a popularity score of 36 out of 100, making it the most popular track from Valentino. Kako Skili - Valentino Remix and La Noche - Desde El Auditorio Nacional have popularity scores of 27 and 21, respectively. The Spotify popularity score is on a scale from 0 to 100 and reflects the number of times the song has been played and how recently it has been played.