You might think of Julio Iglesias as a love-ballad crooner for the old folks - and indeed, you wouldn't be far off. But this crooner has one of music's most interesting life stories. Beginning his professional life as a goalie for Spanish soccer team Real Madrid, Iglesias became a lawyer after a car accident left him unable to play soccer. This might have been the end of the story, but Iglesias - who'd always played guitar and written songs - won a music contest and was signed by Columbia Records. From there, it was just a matter of time before Iglesias seduced Europe. He recorded hits in Spanish and French before finally conquering North America. We all know the result: his duet on "To All the Girls I've Loved Before" with Willie Nelson, and hundreds of other gentle classics. Iglesias has recently teamed up with Latin Pop hitmakers including Alejandro Sanz in an effort to return to that market.