15 (More) Stars You Never Knew Were Latino!
By Lee Hernandez | 06/11/2010 - 11:00

As we saw in part one of our popular series on the Stars You Never Knew Were Latino, we don’t fit into any one mold. Latinos come in all shapes, sizes and complexions, and here are 15 more stars who are shattering stereotypes.

Check out our gallery of these Latin actors, and tell us which ones surprise you the most!


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Latin Hollywood Report: America & Zoe Rule the Box Office, Cantinflas Biopic Sparking Scandal
By Damarys Ocaña Perez | 04/27/2010 - 16:00

After a great start on Friday, a night it won, Jennifer Lopez’s return to big-screen comedy, The Back-Up Plan, couldn’t hold on through the weekend to top the box office. The film made $12.2 million, but was singed by America Ferrera’s How to Train your Dragon, which made $15 million in its fifth weekend, for a total of $178 million.


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Does Chad Ochocinco Want to be Latino?
By Mariela Rosario | 12/09/2009 - 13:03

We've been following the antics of Cincinnati Bengals sensation Chad Ochocinco ever since he changed his last name to "Ochocinco" before the 2008 football season began. As one of the most popular players in the NFL, we were just confused as to why he decided to change his last name at all. It's just weird.


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Dangerous to be Latino
By Mariela Rosario | 12/10/2008 - 12:00

31 year old Ecuadorian immigrant Jose Sucuzhañay was recently declared brain dead, just 72 hours after suffering a brutal beating at the hands of thugs yelling racist and anti-gay epithets.

Police in the Bushwick, Brooklyn neighborhood where the attack occurred are currently investigating the incident as a hate crime.


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The State of Latin Couples
By Mariela Rosario | 10/13/2008 - 12:13


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Lin-Manuel Miranda and His Broadway Musical 'In The Heights' Win Top Prize at Tony Awards
By Mariela Rosario | 06/16/2008 - 00:28

New York native Lin-Manuel Miranda had much to celebrate at the Tony Awards as he accepted the prizes for both Best Musical and most memorably, Best Score for his show In The Heights. Having written both the music and the lyrics of this play about the Latino neighborhood of Washington Heights where he was raised when he was just a sophomore at Wesleyan University in Connecticut, Lin-Manuel was living his dream just by attending the Tony Awards.


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