Sidney Poitier was a Bahamian-American actor who became the first Afro-Bahamian and Black male actor to receive an Oscar for Best Actor in 1964. In 2009, he was honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom. His life and work inspired a couple of documentary films, including the 2008 film Sidney Poitier, an Outsider in Hollywood.
Argentine-British actress, Anya Taylor-Joy, first gained international fame with her role in the period horror film, The Witch. She is trained in ballet dancing and began her career as a model when she was just 16. Her modelling career paved the way for acting and soon she was playing significant roles in TV series and films.
Regarded as one of the most beautiful Latin women, Eva Mendes has often appeared in lists, such as Most Desirable Women, Sexiest Women in the World, and Beautiful at Every Age. Apart from acting and modeling, Eva also focuses on her fashion designing career and is currently serving as the creative director for a makeup line called CIRCA Beauty.
Debbie Harry is an American actress and singer-songwriter. She is credited with co-founding the popular rock band Blondie, which pioneered the American punk rock and later the new wave genre. Also a well-known philanthropist, Debbie Harry works with charities that fight against endometriosis and cancer.
Antonio Brown is an American football player and one of the most popular wide receivers in the history of the National Football League (NFL). Controversy's favorite child, Brown is a testimony to the fact that one's personal behavior can have a major impact on their professional life; his off-the-field controversies have marred his otherwise illustrious playing career.
Lil Pump is an American singer-songwriter and rapper. He is counted among the most important rappers of the SoundCloud rap scene. Known for his hyperactive public persona, Lil Pump has often been criticised for using drugs, such as xanax, marijuana, and lean, without discretion. He has also been arrested on a number of occasions for various reasons.
Noah Centineo is an American actor and co-founder of a nonprofit initiative called Favored Nations. Favored Nations is credited with raising money for a number of nonprofit organizations, such as Policing Equity, Color of Change, and Black Lives Matter. The initiative has encouraged many celebrities and social media influencers to participate in philanthropic activities and donate to various charitable causes.
William H. Macy is a popular American actor whose career has spanned more than four decades. Apart from being an actor and director, Macy is also an avid woodturner, serving as an inspiration to several woodturners in the country. He also works closely with a nonprofit charitable organization called United Cerebral Palsy, serving as its national ambassador.
Bobby Shmurda is one of the most popular American rappers to serve a prison sentence. After releasing his debut EP, he was arrested on charges of conspiracy to murder, reckless endangerment, and weapons possession. Initially sentenced to seven years in prison, his term was later reduced to five years. In 2017, he claimed that he was writing music in prison.
Florida senator Marco Rubio also chairs the Senate Intelligence Committee and the Senate Small Business Committee. He was chosen to state the Republican response to Barack Obama's 2013 State of the Union Address. He has immense support from the Republican Tea Party activists and caters mostly to Latin American voters.
Dany Garcia, founder of The Garcia Companies, is an American media mogul. She offers various services and manages brands, talent and projects on multiple platforms. Her Seven Bucks Productions has produced several successful films like Baywatch, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle, Jumanji: The Next Level and Rampage. Many of them have been with her ex-husband and action hero Dwayne Johnson.
Alexa Vega is best known as Carmen Cortez from the Spy Kids franchise and as Julie Corky from Sleepover. She is a skilled gymnast, too. She has also appeared in the Nickelodeon series The Casagrandes. Following her marriage to actor/singer Carlos Pena, both Alexa and Carlos adopted the surname PenaVega.
Brandon Flynn is an American actor who gained recognition after portraying Justin Foley in the popular teen drama TV series 13 Reasons Why. An openly gay actor, Brandon Flynn serves as an inspiration to the LBGT community; in September 2017, he criticized Australia's aerial message, which discouraged the legalization of same-sex marriage in the country.
Natalie Martinez is an American model and actress who played the female lead in the 2008 dystopian action thriller film, Death Race. Over the years, she has also played important roles in several TV series, such as Fashion House, Saints & Sinners, and Detroit 1-8-7. She has also appeared in music videos for artists like Justin Timberlake and Sean Paul.
A former member of the all-girl Fifth Harmony group, the Cuban American millennial is a singer and songwriter with a husky voice. Lauren Jauregui, who has songs Expectations and More Than That to her credit, is also an activist and a known critic of former US president Donald Trump’s policies. She says she takes pride in being a bisexual.
Danny Pino is an American actor best known for playing Detective Scotty Valens in the police procedural crime drama TV series Cold Case, for which he won the Imagen Award for Best Actor—Television. In 2015, he won another Imagen Award under the Best Supporting Actor-Television category for playing Nick Amaro in the series, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Genesis Rodriguez, daughter of singer Jose Luis Rodriguez, started her career with telenovelas such as Prisionera and Dame Chocolate. She had significant roles in Days of Our Lives and The Umbrella Academy. She has voice-acted in Big Hero 6 and has appeared in films such as Man on a Ledge.
American actor/producer Lina Esco is best known to audiences for her performance as Katie Vega in the series Cane. She also produced the comedy-drama Free the Nipple. In 2017, she came forward as a victim of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual advances, and later also claimed to have been raped twice.
The first USA-born race car driver to win the Formula One World Drivers' Championship and the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race, Phil Hill began racing as a mechanic before becoming a professional racer. A disciplined perfectionist in car preparation, he achieved several career victories including two Italian Grand Prix (1960 and 1961) and one Belgium Grand Prix (1961)