Roy Estephan Rosselló Diaz (born May 1, 1970 in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico) is a Puerto Rican pop singer, businessman, and former member of the popular Latin American group, Menudo. Roy currently lives in Brazil, where he focused his musical career and built a family.
Through his membership in Menudo as well as his personal pursuits, he has participated in several television series and shows, such as The Love Boat, The Morning Show, Solid Gold, Good Morning America, and Soul Train, appearing in all the major networks, such as CBS, NBC, SBT and Fox, in addition to several international festivals and award ceremonies, such as the Tokyo Music Festival, where he won the Gold Award. In 1984, he was a presenter at the Grammys, handing the award to Michael Jackson for the album, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial.
Roy is the nephew of former Puerto Rico Governor Pedro Rossello and is the cousin of Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello....LESS