Famous Hispanics - List of Famous Hispanics
Jennifer Lopez is probably the first name that pops into our minds when we talk of Hispanic people. With her exotic looks, curvaceous figure and melodious voice, she is undoubtedly one of the most influential Hispanic performer in the United States. Eva Longoria is another Hispanic beauty who rules the American television world as an actress, producer, and director. While famed for their beauty and grace, Hispanic people have stormed not just the show business with their charms, but have also made their mark in other fields such as science, technology, architecture, and sports. Clinical psychologist Martha E. Bernal did the Hispanic women proud by becoming the first Latina to receive a psychology PhD in the United States while Puerto Rican American pediatrician Helen Rodríguez Trías carved a niche for herself as an advocate for women's reproductive rights. Athletes like Bobby Chacon, Leo Barker, and Zeke Moreno have proved that Hispanic people possess the best of sporting abilities too! Read on for more information about the life and works of famous Hispanic and Latino Americans.
List of famous Hispanics and Latino Americans who made it big in life.
The Most Famous Hispanics
|Shakira||February 2, 1977||Colombian||Shakira is a highly popular award winning Columbian pop singer and dancer|
|Pitbull||January 15, 1981||American||Pitbull is a popular American rapper|
|Juan Gabriel||January 7, 1950||Mexican||Juan Gabriel was a Mexican singer, songwriter, composer, arranger, producer and actor|
|Lynda Lopez||June 14, 1971||American||Lynda Lopez is a well-known American journalist who has worked with numerous media houses|
|Supa Peach||March 7, 2003||American||Check out all that you wanted to know about Supa Peach, the famous American rapper, singer & YouTube personality; her birthday, her family and personal life, fun trivia facts and more.|
|Eva Longoria||March 15, 1975||American||Eva Longoria is a famous American television and film actress|
|Antonietta Collins||November 22, 1985||Mexican||Antonietta "Toni" Gonzalez-Collins is a Mexican-American news reporter and anchor|
|Gloria Estefan||September 1, 1957||Cuban, American||Gloria Estefan is an American singer and songwriter of Cuban origin, famous for her hit songs like ‘Conga" and "Rhythm Is Gonna Get you"|
|Abraham Mateo||August 25, 1998||Spanish||Abraham Mateo is a Spanish pop singer-songwriter and actor|
|Cesar Chavez||March 31, 1927||American||Cesar Chavez was an American union leader and labor organizer|