Naím Thomas Mansilla (born in Premià de Mar, Barcelona, 16 October 1980) is a Spanish singer and actor. He rose to fame by taking part in the first-ever series of Operación Triunfo (2001-2002). In addition to a musical carer, he has appeared in a number of films, theatre works and musicals.
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Son of Juan Thomas, and Patricia Mansilla, singers from Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain, he started studying music at age 6 and took part in a number of films and television series before applying for Operación Triunfo. Although he did not win the competition, he successfully released 3 albums. Moving to Los Angeles, he ended in a major role in Desert of Blood directed by Don Henry in 2006 and Sing Out in 2008. Returning to Spain he has released 909 nainonain with a personal innovating style, mixing of funk, international pop, Latin music, rap and reggaeton. All a creation with the vocal style unmistakable of Naím Thomas. Its first simple one: " Funkmenco" it is a test of this fusion. In July 2007 he became a presenter of the television program "Plaza Mayor" on Madrid's Onda 6.
2008: Nominated for Revelation in a major musical for El Rey De Bodas during 6th edition of "Premios Chivas Telon),
2008: Nominated as best actor for El Rey De Bodas during "Premios Gran Via"