Descendent of Mexican immigrants (as well as various European ethnicities on her mother’s side), Jessica Alba’s prominence in Hollywood came from her breakthrough role in the 2003 film ‘Honey.’ Her following career in movies would follow a path of success with movies such as ‘Fantastic Four’ and ‘Valentine’s Day.’
She had also starred in ‘Sin City’ and ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.’ Besides being a notable actress, Jessica has also been known to be a successful businesswoman as the co-founder of ‘The Honest Company’ which sells baby and household products. Currently, she is the chief creative officer.
The Cuban-born American singer rose to prominence through the girl group 'Fifth Harmony,' and although the group was a success, Cabello has had a much more successful career as a solo artist. Her first single, 'Havana,' spent weeks topping the charts, and later her second single, 'Senorita,' did the same.
By October 2021, 'Havana' had become a certified diamond, making Camila the first Hispanic woman to get this certification. She is an active participant in philanthropy for many global events.
One of the biggest artists of the 90s, the king of Reggaeton, was the one who coined the term Reggaeton to describe the new genre of music that had arisen at the time. His single, 'Gasolina', started the wave of popularity for Reggaeton worldwide.
The Latin rapper and singer has collected over 180 awards in the span of his entire career. CNN and Times had even praised him as the most influential Latin artist of all time, influencing other Latin artists such as Ozuna and Bad Bunny.
Enrique Iglesias is a worldwide name in the music industry, with record sales boasting about 70 million. Five of his singles have earned the top 5 in billboards 100, along with 2 singles earning the number one spot.
He has been nicknamed the king of Latin pop, and according to billboard, the Latin artist is the 14th most successful male dance club artist of all time. Iglesias is an avid supporter of The Salvation Army and other charitable acts such as Save the Children.
Also known as Fluffy, Gabriel is an actor and comedian who has made appearances in many movies and sitcoms and performed standup specials for various media outlets. He is also a voice actor, voicing characters like Speedy Gonzalez in 'Space Jam.'
He had his own standup show on Comedy Central that ran for three seasons straight, named 'Gabriel Iglesias Presents Stand Up Revolution.' He played the titular character, a teacher named Gabe Iglesias, in the Netflix series 'Mr. Iglesias'.