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This article contains a list of notable Hispanic and Latino Americans, citizens or residents of the United States with ancestry or origins in Hispanic America or Spain.

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To be included in this list, the person must have a Wikipedia article showing they are Hispanic/Latino American or must have references showing they are Hispanic/Latino American and are notable. • • • • • • • • • • • •

List of Hispanic and Latino Americans
Julissa Bermudez, actress and VJ Zoe Saldana, actress Michelle Rodriguez, actress Jake T. Austin, actor Adrienne Bailon singer and actress Rosario Dawson, actress Sammy Davis, Jr., singer, actor Benicio del Toro, actor Catherine Bach, actress (The Dukes of Hazzard)

Arts
Architecture
• • • • Eduardo Catalano, architect Rafael Guastavino, architect and builder Rafael Moneo, architect Josep Lluís Sert, architect

Antonio Banderas, actor Adrian Bellani, actor Maurice Benard, actor (All My Children, General Hospital) • Alexis Bledel, actress • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Benjamin Bratt, actor Sabrina Bryan actress, singer and dancer (father is Mexican) Maria Canals, voice actress Bobby Cannavale, actor Lynda Carter, actress Ricardo Chavira, actor (Desperate Housewives) Eddie Cibrian, actor Mark Consuelos, actor Penélope Cruz, actress Majandra Delfino, actress Grey DeLisle,country singer, voice actress Michael DeLorenzo, actor Melissa De Sousa, Actress, Entertainer, Singer Dolores Del Rio actress Cameron Diaz, actress (father is Cuban) Edward’O, actor India Eisley, actress Hector Elizondo, actor Emilio Estevez, actor Rita Hayworth, actress Olivia Hussey, actress Hector Elizondo, actor Erik Estrada, actor José Ferrer, actor Miguel Ferrer, actor America Ferrera, actress Edward Furlong, actor Daisy Fuentes, actress, model David Gallagher, actor Paula Garcés actress

Dance
• Jose Limon, modern dancer and choreographer • Danielle Polanco • Augie & Margo Rodriguez, celebrity performers starting with the Mambo days of the 1950s.

Fashion
• • • • • • • • Oscar de la Renta, fashion designer Marisol Deluna, fashion designer Carolina Herrera, fashion designer Yoanna House, fashion model Jaslene Gonzalez, fashion model Naima Mora, fashion model Christy Turlington, fashion model NoNo Maldonado Fashion Designer

Film and TV
• • • • • • • • • • • • • Maria Conchita Alonso, actress, singer Bill Meléndez, animator, film dierctor, producer Sergio D. Acosta, award-winning film producer Jessica Alba, actress Joshua Alba, actor Edward Albert, actor Tatyana Ali, actress Francia Almendarez actress Alvin Alvarez actor Moises Arias actor Silvana Arias, actress Desi Arnaz, actor and bandleader Steven Bauer, actor

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• • • Aimee Garcia, actress Andy Garcia, actor Joanna Garcia, actress

List of Hispanic and Latino Americans
• Oscar Nunez, actor • Edward James Olmos, actor • Jorge Pallo, actor • Sara Paxton actress and singer • • • • • • • • • • • • Rosie Perez, actress Freddie Prinze, comedian Freddie Prinze Jr., actor Madison Pettis actress John Paul Pitoc actor Joaquin Phoenix, actor Anthony Quinn, actor José Quintero, theatre director Dania Ramirez, actress Efren Ramirez, actor Sara Ramirez, actress Nathalia Ramos, actress & singer

• Jorge Garcia, actor • Luis Armand Garcia, actor • Selena Gomez actress & singer (Father is Mexican) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Reagan Gomez-Preston, actress Julie Gonzalo, actress Meagan Good actress Salma Hayek, actress Jay Hernandez, actor, Hostel Kristin Herrera actress Oscar Isaac, actor Shar Jackson, actress Raul Julia, actor and playwright Victoria Justice actress (Mother is Puerto Rican) Josh Keaton, voice actor & singer Nathalie Kelley Australian-born actress Joanna Kerns, actress John Leguizamo, actor, comedian Fernando Lamas, actor Lorenzo Lamas, actor Eva LaRue, actress

• Sarah Ramos, actress • Alisa Reyes, actress • Judy Reyes, actress of Scrubs • Monica Rial, English dubbing voice actress Marquita Rivera, dancer, singer & actress • James Roday, actor • Nicole Richie, actress • • • • • • • • • • • • • Adam Rodriguez, actor Freddy Rodriguez, actor Gabriela Rodriguez,actress Paul Rodríguez, actor Robert Rodriguez, director Valente Rodriguez, actor César Romero, actor Mercedes Ruehl, actress Roselyn Sanchez, actress Jon Seda, actor Christian Serratos actress Charlie Sheen, actor •

Adrianne Leon, actress, singersongwriter, guitarist • Eva Longoria Parker, actress • George Lopez, comedian and actor • • • • • • • • • • • Jennifer Lopez, actress, singer Mario Lopez, actor Demi Lovato, actress (1/2 on Fathers side) Vanessa Marcil, actress Constance Marie, actress Cheech Marin, actor Sean Marquette, actor Chris Marquette, actor

Eddie Marrero, actor Natalie Martinez, actress Carlos Mencia, actor and comedian • Eva Mendes, actress • • • • • • Alfred Molina, actor Ricardo Montalban, actor Esai Morales, actor Belita Moreno, actress Rita Moreno, actress, singer and dancer Frankie Muniz, actor

Martin Sheen, actor; father of Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez • Jamie-Lynn Sigler, actress • • • • • • • Sonya Smith, actress Jimmy Smits, actor Madeleine Stowe, actress Eva Tamargo, actress Gina Torres, actress Danny Trejo, actor Paola Turbay actress

• Wilmer Valderrama, actor • Cristina Valenzuela, English dubbing voice actress • Alexa Vega, actress & songtress

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• • • • • • • • • • • • Paz Vega, actress Bob Vila, Home-improvement TV show host Nadine Velazquez, actress Lupe Velez, actress Sofia Vergara, actress Christina Vidal, actress Lisa Vidal, actress Kat Von D Raquel Welch, actress Odette Yustman, actress Daphne Zuniga, actress José Zúñiga, actor • • • • • • • • • • •

List of Hispanic and Latino Americans
Ryan Cabrera, singer Irene Cara, Grammy-nominated singer Mariah Carey, singer Vikki Carr, singer Willy Chirino, singer Celia Cruz, multiple Grammy-winning singer Ingrid Chavez, vocalist and songwriter Paula DeAnda, R&B,Pop singer Zack de la Rocha vocalist, Rage Against the Machine Kat DeLuna, pop singer

Literature
• Isabel Allende, writer • Julia Alvarez, writer • Rudolfo Anaya, writer • Jimmy Santiago Baca, poet • Fray Angelico Chavez poet, historian, painter • Sandra Cisneros, writer • Junot Diaz, writer • Francisco Goldman, writer • Oscar Hijuelos, writer • David Unger, author Gabriel García Márquez, author Christianne Meneses Jacobs, publisher of the U.S.’s only Spanish-language children’s magazine. • Horacio Peña, professor, writer, and poet. See also: • List of Mexican American writers • List of Puerto Rican writers • List of Cuban American writers • Category:Hispanic American writers • •

Howie Dorough, singer, Backstreet Boys • Emilio Estefan, five-time Grammywinning producer • Gloria Estefan, singer • Aundrea Fimbres, singer,from the female group Danity Kane • • Luis Fonsi, Singer Jerry Garcia, Grateful Dead guitarist and singer • Lalo Guerrero, musician Albert Hammond Jr., singer for The Strokes • Marques Houston, singer • • • • Enrique Iglesias, singer Jim Jones, Rapper Hector Lavoe •

Adrianne Leon, actress, singersongwriter, guitarist • Olivia Longott, rapper • Lisa Lopes, singer from group TLC • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Jennifer Lopez, Singer Demi Lovato Victor Manuelle, Salsa Singer Angie Martinez, radio personality S.A. Martinez, lead singer of 311 Ricky Martin, singer Christina Milian, singer and actress Chino Moreno, lead singer of Deftones Chris Montez Dave Navarro, lead guitar Jane’s Addiction Colby O’Donis, Singer Don Omar, Reggaeton Rapper Jeannie Ortega singer Karina Pasian ,singer Jennifer Pena, singer Carlos Ponce, Singer Tito Puente

Music
See Latin music in the United States

Alphabetized by surname
• • • • Christina Aguilera, singer Tatyana Ali, singer Marc Anthony

Tom Araya, bassist and vocalist of thrash metal band Slayer • Joan Baez, folk singer • • • Lloyd Banks rapper, member of G-Unit Cedric Bixler-Zavala, lead singer for At the Drive-In and Mars Volta Ruben Blades, singer and actor

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• • • • • • • • • Gabriel Rios, pop Singer Albita Rodríguez, Grammy-winning singer Omar Rodríguez-López, lead guitar for At the Drive-In and Mars Volta Linda Ronstadt Rock singer Hope Sandoval, singer, Mazzy Star Sonny Sandoval lead singer of P.O.D. Carlos Santana, musician Juelz Santana rapper and member of The Diplomats Gustavo Santaolalla, composer, winner of two Oscars for Brokeback Mountain and Babel Gilberto Santa Rosa, Salsa Singer Jon Secada, two-time Grammywinning singer Olga Tañon Melody Thornton, singer,from the female group Pussycat Dolls Tony Touch, DJ Robert Trujillo bassist Metallica Ritchie Valens, singer Jaci Velasquez, singer & actress Julieta Venegas, singer • • • • • • • • •

List of Hispanic and Latino Americans
N.O.R.E, hip hop recording artist Pitbull, rapper Selena, singer Sheila E., percussionist South Park Mexican, rapper Taboo, rapper T-Bone (rapper) Trina,rapper Shakira

Groups
• • • • • • • • • • • • B5, famous r&b boy group Crooked Stilo, brother Latino rappers Cypress Hill, Rap Group El Gran Combo Intocable, Tejano group Los Illegals, punk rock band Los Lobos, R&B, Rock band Los Lonely Boys R&B, Rock band Luny Tunes, production duo

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Carlos Vives, singer Hype Williams, Music Video and Film Director • JR Writer rapper and member of The Diplomats

Nina Sky, twin sister singers Prima J, Pop/Hip-Hop Duo Question Mark & the Mysterians, punk rock band • Thee Midniters, rock and soul group • Voices of Theory, R&B boy group • Wisin y Yandel

Reality TV Stars
Alex Angarita - Colombian-American, Survivor: Fiji contestant • David Archuleta - HonduranAmerican, American Idol (season 7) contestant • Amanda Avila - Mexican-American, American Idol (season 4) contestant Christopher Badano - UruguayanAmerican, American Idol (season 1) contestant • John Paul (J.P.) Calderon - Costa Rican-American, Survivor: Cook Islands, contestant • • Jason Castro - Colombian-American, American Idol (season 7) contestant Rodolfo (Rudy) Cárdenas Venezuelan-American, Top 24 contestant, American Idol (season 6) • •

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• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • AZ rapper from Brooklyn, New York B-Real, rapper from Cypress Hill Baby Bash, R & B singer Big Pun Chayanne Chingo Bling, rapper Cuban Link, rapper Daddy Yankee, Reggaeton rapper dj flex,singer Fabolous,rapper Fat Joe Fergie, singer, Black Eyed Peas Ivy Queen, Reggaeton rapper La India, singer La Lupe, singer and gay icon Lil Rob, rapper Lumidee, singer Martika, Grammy-nominated singer MC Magic, R&B singer

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Tatiana Nicole del Toro - Puerto Rican-American, American Idol (season 8) contestant • Jose "Pepi" Diaz - Cuban-American, The Apprentice 5 contestant

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• • Sandra Diaz-Twine - Puerto RicanAmerican, Survivor: Pearl Islands Winner • •

List of Hispanic and Latino Americans
Nick Verreos - Venezuelan-American, Project Runway contestant

Carolina Eastwood - PanamanianAmerican, Survivor: Tocantins contestant • Jennifer Fuentes - Cuban-American, American Idol (season 2) contestant • Nathan Gonzalez - Cuban-American, Survivor: Cook Islands contestant • Jaslene Gonzalez - Puerto RicanAmerican, America’s Next Top Model Cycle 8 Winner David Hernandez - Mexican-American, American Idol (season 7) contestant Adriel Herrera - Mexican-American, American Idol (season 1) contestant Allison Iraheta - Salvadoran-American, American Idol (season 8) contestant Danny Jimenez - Cuban-American, The Amazing Race 2 and The Amazing Race 11 contestant Marcus Lehman - Cuban-American, Survivor: Gabon contestant Oscar (Ozzy) Lusth - MexicanAmerican, runner-up, Survivor: Cook Islands runner-up, Survivor: Micronesia contestant Ashley Massaro - Cuban-American, Survivor: China contestant, WWE Diva, Playboy Cover Girl Oswald Mendez - Cuban-American, The Amazing Race 2 and The Amazing Race 11 contestant Naima Mora - Mexican-American, America’s Next Top Model Cycle 4 Winner

Rita Verreos - Venezuelan-American, Survivor: Fiji contestant • Kat Von D - LA Ink Tattoo artist, owner of High Voltage Tattoo

Visual arts
• Judy Baca, artist • Jean-Michel Basquiat, artist • Franck de Las Mercedes, painter • Antonio Roybal, painter and sculptor • Richard Serra, sculptor • John August Swanson, painter • Harry Gamboa, Jr., artist • Soraida Martinez, Artist, Creator of Verdadism

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Business
• • • Hector Ruiz, Chairman and CEO of AMD Advanced Micro Devices Ralph Alvarez, president and CEO of McDonald’s Corporation. Michael Cordúa, restaurateur, entrepreneur, businessman, award winning self-taught chef. Roberto Goizueta, former CEO of Coca Cola. Raul J. Fernandez, entrepreneur, CEO and Chairman of ObjectVideo, and Co-Owner of the Washington Capitals, Washington Wizards, and Washington Mystics. Oz Garcia, CEO of Personal Best Inc. David Martinez, managing partner of Fintech Advisory Arte Moreno, first Hispanic owner of a Major League Baseball club. George Muñoz, president of Muñoz Investment Banking Group, LLC. Joseph A. Unanue, founder and former president of Goya Foods. Richard Velazquez, first Puerto Rican automotive designer for Porsche, first Puerto Rican Xbox Product Planner, cofounder and President of NSHMBA Seattle.

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Lydia Morales - Puerto RicanAmerican, Survivor: Guatemala contestant • Danny Noriega - Mexican-American, American Idol (season 7) contestant Jorge Nuñez - Puerto Rican-American, American Idol (season 8) contestant • Tito Ortiz - contestant on The Apprentice (U.S. Season 7) Edgardo Rivera - Puerto-RicanAmerican, Survivor: Fiji contestant • Jesusita "Susie" Smith - MexicanAmerican, Survivor: Gabon contestant • Paloma Soto-Castillo - ChileanAmerican, Survivor: Gabon contestant • Janu Tornell - Cuban-American, Survivor: Palau contestant • Mario Vazquez - Puerto RicanAmerican, American Idol semi-finalist • •

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Civil rights and activists
• Oscar Zeta Acosta, activist, attorney, author

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• Carlos Cadena, activist • Sal Castro, activist • Cesar Chavez, labor leader • Linda Chavez-Thompson, labor leader • Angelo Falcón, political scientist; President and Founder, National Institute for Latino Policy • Hector P. Garcia, activist • Gustavo C. Garcia, activist • Rodolfo Gonzales, activist • John J. Herrera, activist • Dolores Huerta, labor leader • Nativo Lopez, activist • Angel G. Luévano, labor leader • Camilo Mejía, a former Staff Sergeant of the Florida National Guard and anti-war activist • Lloyd Monserratt - California political and community leader • Eugene Nelson, labor leader • Baldemar Velasquez, activist

List of Hispanic and Latino Americans
• David Farragut, American Civil War hero • Benigno C. Hernández, United States Representative • Luis Gutiérrez, United States Representative • Ruben Garcia Jr., Assistant Executive Director FBI • Alberto Gonzales, Former US Attorney General under President Bush’s Administration • Henry B. Gonzalez, former United States Representative • Joseph Marion Hernandez, U.S. congressman • Octaviano Ambrosio Larrazolo, former Governor of New Mexico • Manuel Lujan Jr., former United States Secretary of the Interior and former United States Representative • Matthew G. Martinez, former United States Representative • Mel Martinez, United States Senator • Bob Menendez, United States Senator • Joseph Montoya, former United States Senator • Rosario Marin, First Mexican United States treasurer • Melquiades Martinez, U.S. Secretary for Housing and Urban Development • Antonia Novello, U.S. Surgeon General • Solomon P. Ortiz, United States Representative • Romualdo Pacheco, former 1st Mexican Governor of California • Ed Pastor, United States Representative • Edward R. Roybal, former United States Representative • Lucille Roybal-Allard, United States Representative • Bill Richardson, 2008 Democrat Presidential Candidate, Governor of New Mexico, former U.S. Secretary of Energy, former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N., former U.S. Representative • Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, United States Representative • Ricardo Sanchez, Lieutenant General • Esteban Edward Torres, former United States Representative • José Serrano, United States Representative • Ken Salazar, United States Senator • Frank Tejeda, former United States Representative

Government and politics
• Ben Fernandez, first Hispanic to run for President of the United States, Former Chairman of the Republican National Hispanic Assembly Cristobal Aguilar, former Mayor of Los Angeles Joe Baca, United States Representative Herman Badillo, United States Representative David B. Barkley, soldier and Medal of Honor recipient Xavier Becerra, United States Representative Claudia Bermúdez, politician, ran for the United States Congress Henry Bonilla, former United States Representative Róger Calero, ran for U.S. President in the 2004 elections. Dennis Chavez, senator Linda Chavez, conservative commentator Henry Cisneros, former Mayor of San Antonio and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under President Clinton Lincoln Diaz-Balart, United States Representative Kika de la Garza, United States Representative

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• • Nydia Velázquez, U.S. Representative Antonio Villaraigosa, Los Angeles Mayor • •

List of Hispanic and Latino Americans
Rick Sanchez, newscaster Neyda Sandoval, Journalist and TV News Presenter • Cristina Saralegui, journalist and TV show host • • Pedro Sevcec, Journalist and TV News Presenter

Journalism
• • • • • • Cecilia Alvear, television journalist María Celeste Arrarás, Journalist and TV News Presenter Juan Manuel Benitez, Journalist and TV News Presenter Barbara Bermudo, Journalist and TV News Presenter

Ray Suarez, television and radio journalist • Hector Tobar, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist • Elizabeth Vargas, television journalist

Ilia Calderón, television journalist María Antonieta Collins, Journalist and TV News Presenter • Luis de la Garza TV and Radio host • Jose Diaz-Balart, Journalist and TV News Presenter • Carmen Dominicci, television journalist • Patricio G. Espinoza, freelance journalist • Giselle Fernández, television journalist • • Juan Gonzalez, investigative journalist Cork Graham, war correspondent, and author • Enrique Gratas, Journalist and TV News Presenter • Maria Hinojosa, journalist • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Lynda Lopez, Journalist and TV News Presenter Natalie Morales, television journalist Soledad O’Brien, newscaster (Cuban from her maternal side) Andrés Oppenheimer, Journalist and TV News Presenter Raul Peimbert, television journalist Satcha Pretto, Journalist and TV News Presenter John Quiñones, television journalist Jorge Ramos, Journalist and TV News Presenter Birmania Ríos, television journalist Geraldo Rivera, talk-show host, journalist Maggie Rodriguez television journalist María Elena Salinas, Journalist and TV News Presenter Ruben Salazar, legendary slain journalist Lauren Sanchez, newscaster

Religious
Miguel D’Escoto, Roman Catholic priest and former foreign minister. • Patrick Flores, Former Roman Catholic Archbishop of San Antonio, Texas. He was the first Hispanic archbishop in the United States. • Elias Gabriel Galvan, Bishop of the United Methodist Church • Luis Palau, Christian Evangelist. • Junípero Serra, missionary •

Sciences
• Joseph M. Acabá, astronaut • Luis Alvarez, Nobel Prize-winning physicist • Walter Clement Alvarez medicine doctor, author of books on medicine • Walter Alvarez, geologist, postulator of the asteroid-impact theory for the Cretaceous-Tertiary extinction event • Elsa Salazar Cade, entomologist and educator • Fernando Caldeiro, astronaut • Franklin Chang-Diaz, astronaut • France A. Cordova, former NASA chief scientist • John Garcia, psychologist • Sidney M. Gutierrez, astronaut • Jose Hernandez, astronaut • Michael Lopez-Alegria, astronaut • Christopher Loria, astronaut • Todd Martinez, Theoretical Chemist and MacArthur Fellow • Mario Molina, Nobel Prize-winning chemist • • Carlos I. Noriega, astronaut Ellen Ochoa, astronaut

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• Severo Ochoa, Nobel Prize-winning biochemist • John D. Olivas, astronaut • • Juan Bautista Rael, ethnographer and folklorist George D. Zamka, astronaut

List of Hispanic and Latino Americans
• Rudy Regalado- MLB infielder • Anthony Reyes- MLB pitcher • Rich Rodriguez (L.H. pitcher) - MLB pitcher • Freddy Sanchez - MLB infielder • Mike Torrez - MLB player pitcher • Fernando Viña - MLB second baseman • Ted Williams, baseball player • Michael Young, baseball player • • Edgar Renteria- MLB shortstop Orlando Cabrera- MLB infielder

Sports
Baseball
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Frank Arellanes - MLB player José Canseco, MLB outfielder Jorge Cantu - MLB infielder[1] Eric Chavez - MLB third baseman Roberto Clemente, Hall of Fame outfielder Marvin Benard, a Major League Baseball player Chad Cordero - MLB relief pitcher David Ortiz, MLB designated hitter Pat Corrales - MLB player, manager, and coach Johnny Estrada - MLB catcher[2] Andre Ethier - MLB outfielder. Brian Fuentes - MLB relief pitcher, 3 time All-Star[2] Mike Garcia (AL pitcher) - MLB pitcher Nomar Garciaparra - MLB infielder Lefty Gomez - MLB pitcher, Hall of Fame member Adrian Gonzalez - MLB infielder Eddie Guardado- MLB pitcher Keith Hernandez, baseball player Adam LaRoche- MLB first baseman Andy LaRoche- MLB infielder Evan Longoria- MLB infielder Buck Martinez- MLB player, manager, and commentator Sid Monge- MLB relief pitcher, All Star Manny Ramirez, baseball player Carlos Muniz- MLB relief pitcher Sandy Nava - First Mexican American player in the Major Leagues, infielder Jesse Orosco - MLB pitcher Alex Rodriguez, baseball player Jorge Orta- MLB second baseman Manny Parra- MLB pitcher Óliver Pérez - New York Mets Pitcher Carlos Quentin - MLB outfielder Omar Quintanilla - MLB player, shortstop Horacio Ramírez - Pitcher[3]

Basketball
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Rolando Blackman,NBA player Ruben Garces,NBA player Stuart Gray,NBA player Al Cueto,NBA player Andres Guibert, NBA player Gilbert Arenas, NBA player Lazaro Borrell, NBA player Rebecca Lobo, WNBA player Brook Lopez, NBA player Robin Lopez, NBA player Carmelo Anthony, NBA player Carlos Arroyo, NBA player José Juan Barea, NBA player Guillermo Diaz, NBA player Butch Lee, NBA player Jose "Piculin" Ortiz, NBA player Peter John Ramos, NBA player Ramon Rivas, NBA player Daniel Santiago, NBA player Jose Calderon NBA player Rudy Fernandez NBA player Marc Gasol, NBA player Pau Gasol, NBA player Sergio Rodríguez, NBA player Jorge Garbajosa, NBA player Raúl López, NBA player Juan Carlos Navarro, NBA player Fernando Martín, NBA player Francisco García, NBA player Al Horford, NBA player Tito Horford, NBA player Charlie Villanueva, NBA player Luis Flores, NBA player Felipe López, NBA player Eduardo Najera, NBA player Earl Watson - NBA player Mark Aguirre, NBA player

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List of Hispanic and Latino Americans
• • • • • • • • • • • • Hector Camacho - boxer Edwin Rosario - boxer Juan Manuel Lopez - boxer Ivan Calderon - boxer Felix Trinidad - boxer Yuriorkis Gamboa - boxer Yan Barthelemy - boxer Kid Chocolate - boxer Jose Napoles - boxer Kid Gavilan - boxer Joel Casamayor - boxer Guillermo Rigondeaux - boxer

Horacio Llamas,NBA player Trevor Ariza, NBA player Óscar Torres, NBA player Carl Herrera, NBA player Andres Nocioni, NBA player Fabricio Oberto, NBA player Luis Scola, NBA player Manu Ginóbili, NBA player Wálter Herrmann, NBA player Rubén Wolkowyski,NBA player Pepe Sánchez,NBA player Carlos Delfino, NBA player Esteban Batista,NBA player

Football
• Raul Allegre - NFL placekicker[8] • Tony Casillas - retired NFL defensive lineman[8] • Tom Fears - NFL wide receiver • Tom Flores - NFL coach • Jeff Garcia, football quarterback • Joe Kapp - retired NFL quarterback[8] • J. P. Losman - NFL quarterback[9] • Max Montoya - retired NFL guard[8] • Zeke Moreno - former NFL linebacker[10] • Anthony Muñoz - retired NFL offensive guard, member of Pro Football Hall of Fame [8] • Jim Plunkett, quarterback • Tony Romo, quarterback (Dallas Cowboys) • Mark Sanchez, quarterback (University of Southern California) • Jose Cortez - fooball placekicker • fernando Garza, fernando

Boxing
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Paulie Ayala - world champion boxer Gaby Canizales - bantamweight world champion boxer Orlando Canizales - bantamweight world champion boxer Michael Carbajal Bobby Chacon - boxer[5] Rocky Juarez Diego Corrales - super featherweight and lightweight champion Juan Diaz - WBA & WBO and IBF world lightweight champion Robert Guerrero - boxer, current IBF featherweight champion Genaro Hernandez - boxer, super featherweight champion Oscar de la Hoya - boxer, promoter Becky Garcia — boxer Roberto Garcia Cortez - boxer, IBF featherweight title Delia Gonzalez - boxer[6] Paul Gonzales - boxer

Golf
• Nancy Lopez • Tony Lema • • Chi Chi Rodriguez Lee Trevino

Genaro Hernandez - boxer, super featherweight champion • David Obregon - professional boxer • Manuel Ortiz (boxer) - professional boxer • Sergio Mora - boxer [7] • • • • • • • John Ruiz, boxer Mia St. John - boxer Johnny Tapia - boxer Fernando Vargas - boxer Miguel Cotto - boxer Wilfredo Gomez - boxer Wilfred Benitez - boxer

Martial artists
Paul Buentello - UFC, mixed martial arts Nathan Diaz - mixed martial artist Nick Diaz - UFC / mixed martial arts[11] Roger Huerta - UFC, mixed martial arts Diana Lopez - Taekwondo Mark Lopez - Taekwondo Ruby Lopez - Taekwondo Steven Lopez - Taekwondo, 2 time Gold medalist, the most decorated taekwondo athlete in the history of the sport • Tito Ortiz - UFC / mixed martial arts • • • • • • • •

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• Diego Sanchez - UFC / mixed martial arts[11] • Frank Shamrock - UFC / Mixed martial arts fighter

List of Hispanic and Latino Americans
• José Francisco Torres - midfielder Primera Division de Mexico • Martin Vasquez - retired midfielder, assistant coach C.D. Chivas USA

Soccer
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Esteban Arias - defender C.D. Chivas USA Chris Armas, soccer player Marcelo Balboa, soccer player Ivan Becerra - soccer forward for Columbus Crew[12] Carlos Bocanegra - MLS soccer[13] Jonathan Bornstein - defender and midfielder C.D. Chivas USA Jose Burciaga Jr. - Major League Soccer Edgar Eduardo Castillo - Defender Santos Laguna Ramiro Corrales - San Jose Earthquakes Antonio de la Torre - defender Atlanta Silverbacks USL First Division Jorge Flores (soccer) - C.D. Chivas USA José Francisco Torres - Midfielder Pachuca Francisco Gomez - USL Premier Development League Herculez Gomez - Colorado Rapids Major League Soccer Miguel Gonzalez - New England Revolution Major League Soccer Sonny Guadarrama - midfielder for Atlético Morelia Diego Gutierrez - midfielder Major League Soccer Brad Guzan - goalkeeper MLS Chivas USA Daniel Hernandez - Major League Soccer Christian Jimenez - MLS player Freddy Juarez - Defender Carolina RailHawks Rodrigo Lopez (soccer) - midfielder C.D. Chivas USA Antonio Martínez - midfielder C.D. Chivas USA Pablo Mastroeni - Defensive Midfielder Colorado Rapids Mike Muñoz (soccer player) - midfielder USL First Division Michael Orozco - defender for San Luis F.C. Jesús Padilla - Forward CD Guadalajara Shea Salinas- Forward San Jose Earthquakes Orlando Perez - C.D. Chivas USA Claudio Reyna, New York Red Bulls Arturo Torres Soccer player Tab Ramos, soccer player

Wrestlers
• Aaron Aguilera - professional wrestler • Nito Gomez - professional wrestler • Chavo Guerrero, Jr. - WCW ,ECW and WWE • Eddie Guerrero - WWE • Hector Guerrero - professional wrestler • Mando Guerrero - professional wrestler • Gino Hernandez - professional wrestler • Melina Perez - professional wrestler • Rey Mysterio, Jr. - WWE • Tito Santana - WWF wrestler • José Luis Jair Soria - professional wrestler • Enrique Torres - professional wrestler • Jessica Martin - professional wrestler • Eve Torres - professional wrestler • The Bella Twins - professional wrestlers • Candice Michelle - professional wrestler • Lillian Garcia - WWE

Other fields of sports
• Benjamin Agosto, figure skater • Tony Alva - legendary skateboarder • Stacy Peralta - legendary skateboarder • Rudy Galindo, figure skater • Scott Gomez, hockey player • Pancho Gonzalez, tennis player • Roberto Guerrero, racing driver • Derek Parra - speed skater, Olympic gold medalist[14] • Paul Rodriguez Jr. professional skateboarder • Alberto Salazar, marathoner • Raffi Torres - NHLHockey player • Ismael Valenzuela - jockey, Kentucky Derby winner • Patrick Valenzuela- jockey, Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner

See also
• List of Cuban Americans • List of Mexican Americans

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List of Hispanic and Latino Americans
[9] Brady, Erik (2005-07-20). "Losman growing at his own beat". USA TODAY. http://www.usatoday.com/sports/football/ nfl/bills/2005-07-20-losman-cover_x.htm. Retrieved on 2007-07-18. [10] "In The Zone with San Diego Chargers Linebacker Zeke Moreno". Open Your Eyes. http://www.oyemag.com/zeke.html. Retrieved on 2007-07-18. [11] ^ Probst, Jason; DiSanto, Michael (2005-11-02). "Head-2-Head: Sanchez vs. Diaz". Between Rounds. InsideFighting.com. http://www.insidefighting.com/ betweenRoundsDisp.aspx?uid=2430. Retrieved on 2007-07-18. [12] "Crew Selects Three Players In 2006 MLS Supplemental Draft". OurSportsCentral.com. 2006-01-26. http://www.oursportscentral.com/ services/releases/?id=3263065. Retrieved on 2007-07-18. "He was born in San Luis Potose, Mexico, becoming the first Mexican-born player drafted by The Crew. His full name is Jorge Ivan Becerra." [13] Wyllie, John Philip (2001-12-14). "Rimando and Bocanegra Vie for World Cup Berths". La Prensa San Diego. http://www.laprensa-sandiego.org/ archieve/december14/CUP.HTM. Retrieved on 2007-07-18. [14] Cienfuegos, Ernesto (2002-02-20). "La Raza Prevails in Nordic Sport for Olympic Gold; Derek Parra wins First Olympic Gold Medal for Aztlan". La Voz de Azatlan. http://www.aztlan.net/ parra.htm. Retrieved on 2007-07-18.

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[1] United States Runs Out of Chances in Classic - New York Times [2] ^ Santana and ’Big Papi’ Lead Latino Baseballers - NAM [3] "horacio ramirez" mexican [4] "Richardson exporting his deep basketball knowledge - USATODAY.com". http://asp.usatoday.com/community/utils/ idmap/29003738.story. [5] Sanderson, Matthew (2005-01-20). "Class of ’05 Controversy". TigerBoxing.com. http://www.tigerboxing.com/articles/ index.php?aid=1001244866. Retrieved on 2007-07-18. [6] Santiago, Antonio (2006-04-13). "A Chiquita with a Big Heart". RingsideReport.com. http://www.ringsidereport.com/ Santiago04132006.htm. Retrieved on 2007-07-18. [7] Bjornberg, Jeremy (2005-12-02). "Sergio Mora No Longer a Contender?". Doc’s Sport Service. http://www.docsports.com/boxing/sergiomora-1.html. Retrieved on 2007-07-18. [8] ^ Somers, Ken (2005-09-25). "NFL looks for big play in Mexico". Arizona Republic. http://www.azcentral.com/ arizonarepublic/sports/articles/ 0925nfllatin0925.html. Retrieved on 2007-07-18.

External links
• Hispanic Americans in the U.S. Army

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