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  • John McCain

    John McCain was an American politician who served as a Senator from Arizona. He was the Republican Party's presidential nominee in the 2008 presidential elections. Born into a military family, he followed his family tradition and joined the U.S Naval Academy, eventually becoming a naval aviator. He took part in the Vietnam War and was almost killed, on a bombing mission over Hanoi, when his plane was shot down and he was taken a prisoner. John McCain's near-death experience in the Vietnam War didn't deter him from returning back to resume duty. After retiring from the navy, he joined politics. He was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives twice and to the U.S Senate four times. He has earned a reputation of a "maverick" politician for his open disagreement with his party on certain issues. He played a key role in restoring diplomatic relations with Vietnam in the 1990s. He was a US Senator from Arizona from 1987 to 2018. He also contested for presidential nomination in 2000 against Texas Governor George W. Bush, and ran for the US presidential elections in 2008 opposite Democratic candidate Barack Obama but lost.

    John McCain

  • Jordana Brewster

    She made her breakthrough appearance in the Fast and Furious film series. Her role in 2009's Fast & Furious earned her a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress: Action.

    Jordana Brewster

  • Joey Montana

    Panamaniam reggaeton artist known for his work with the group The Factory and for solo albums like 2007's Without Chains.

    Joey Montana

  • Mariano Rivera

    Legendary New York Yankees relief pitcher who was a 13-time MLB All-Star and the 2000 World Series MVP. He set the MLB record for career saves with 652 and is widely regarded as the best closer of all time.

    Mariano Rivera

  • Iris Beilin

    Panamanian freelance makeup artist, Instagram phenomenon and YouTuber who mixes in humor with her tutorials. She has over 600,000 Instagram followers and 1 million YouTube subscribers. She was number one in Cosmopolitan's 8 Best Latina Makeup Artists on Instagram for 2014.

    Iris Beilin

  • Sech

    Latin singer who is known for his soothing vocals blended into a reggaeton style. He is best recognized for his popular album Suenos which featured the singles "Que Mad Pues" and "Solita". 


  • Clinton Kelly

    Fashion guru and co-host of TV reality program What Not to Wear with Stacy London from 2003 until 2013. In 2011, he became the moderator of ABC's cooking show The Chew. 

    Clinton Kelly

  • Jose Martin

    Jose Marti was a freedom fighter, poet and a national hero of Cuba. Apart from that, he was a professor and political theorist. He dreamt of achieving freedom for Cuba. His writing works of poems, essays letters and novels were his attempt to spread his message for Cuba's independence. His essay titled Our America mirrors his opinion about the establishment of separate government of Latin American countries based on their cultures and needs. As an important figure of the Spanish American literary movement, issues like liberty and democracy played dominant role in most of his writing works. As a journalist, he used to write for papers like El Diablo Cojuelo and La Patria Libre which acted as his mediums to express his political view about Cuba. After a brief period of serving as the professor of Universidad National, he was taken into legal custody for his involvement in the Little War in Cuba. After his exile in Spain, he shifted to New York where he acted as a diplomat for several Latin American countries. As part of this job, his extensive travel in various cities determined his plan regarding Cuban independence. This prominent personality of Cuba's struggle for independence lost his life in the battle against Spanish troops.

    Jose Martin

  • Flex

    Panamanian reggaeton artist better known by his stage name DJ Flex. He previously adopted a racist stage name in response to being told he "sings like an African," but he has removed all references to this nickname in his US releases to avoid backlash. In 2012, his website was in the top 5,000 sites in the U.S.


  • Miguel Bosé

    Panamanian-Colombian singer who was named the 2013 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year.

    Miguel Bosé

  • El Chombo

    Music producer who found fame among non-Spanish audiences with the hit "Chacarron Macarron" in 2006. His song "Dame Tu Cosita" went viral in March 2018 due to a meme.

    El Chombo

  • Carlos Ruiz

    MLB catcher known as Chooch, helped the Philadelphia Phillies win the World Series in 2008.

    Carlos Ruiz