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All things considered, Marc Anthony has done pretty well for himself. While there may be some folks that believe his marriage, association and dealings with Jennifer Lopez propelled him to his current status, he has managed quite well on his own. On a multitude of platforms, Anthony has demonstrated that he in his own right deserves the attention, respect and accolades that continue to come his way.
Right now, Anthony is considered the all time Latin male recording star in history. His popularity as a singer has produced sells of more than 12 million albums during his career. Early on Anthony was noticed as a talented song writer. Coming from a musically inclined background, Anthony was able to secure his future by first writing songs for others and then moving into a background singer position before headlining. His collection of Grammys and Latin Grammys shows how his music has gained more than just popular success.
As part of the toys he has bought along the way, he become a minority owner of the NFL Miami Dolphins. He joined the Estebans, the tennis playing Williams sisters and Fergie to become owners with the Miami team. From 2004 until their separation in 2011, Anthony has been married to singer Lopez.
Writing songs and singing has limited Anthony with other ventures. Since 1995, he has appeared in a number of movies. He appeared in a film called Man on Fire with Denzel Washington that showed his ability to easily transition onto the silver screen. He sang a song in a cameo appearance in Calito's Way. In all, he has made over ten appearances as a movie star. He also has been a guest on the late night talk show circuit.
His ability to rack up awards must have his contractors pulling their hair out as they install shelves to rest the booty. The Grammys, the Latin Grammys, the Billboard Latin Music Awards and the Lo Nuestro Awards have piled more than 38 Statuettes that Anthony must now store.