OTHER FAMOUS GAY LATINO

Christian Ch vez – The of RBD released a statement in which he expresses his fans: “I will not lie, lie out of fear.” Referring to some compromising pictures published in March 2007 in a wedding ceremony with her husband in 2005, actor / singer says he feels bad for not reporting earlier sexual preferences, “not being able to share this before with my fans. ” “I’ma human being like everyone else, with strengths and weaknesses, and do not think this is a defect,” says Christian. GUILLERMO DIAZ – Born March 22, 1971 in New Jersey. Her parents are Cuban and is now an American actor. He has participated in such films as Half Baked (1998), 200 Cigarettes (1999) and Stonewall (1995). pled openly gay. Wilson Cruz – Born December 27, 1973 in Brooklyn, New York is an openly gay Latino actor. Cruz served as a model and mentor for young gay, especially gay youth of color.work in several productions such as Party of Five (1999-2000), Victor, ER (2002), Jeffrey Cross, The West Wing (2004), as Jack Sosa, The Closer (2005), Man in Bar, Noah’s Arc (2005 — 2006), JUnit, Monk (2006), Smoking Technician, Navy NCIS: Naval Professional Investigative Service (2007), Todd Ryder, Rick Steve: The Happiest Gay Couple in All the World (2007), Evan, Raising the Bar (2008 ) and others. CESAR ROMERO – A descendant of Cuban parents living in New York, studied at Collegiate and Riverdale schools.After graduating he worked in the field of ballroom dancing, drawing an innate talent show later in his career. His first appearance on Broadway was in 1927, Lady Do the work, continuing later in the play Strictly Dishonorable. His family, which was devoted to sugar imports, was ruined in the Crash of 29 and moved to California. 1933 landed his first Hollywood film role in the film The Shadow Laughs. By their appearance, poise and talent in dance, he played roles as a Latin lover (latin lover), continuing the cinematic stereotype Ram n Novarro and Rudolph Valentino, Italian or appearing as a gangster prince of India, but also demonstrated his dramatic ability several other films, excelling in The Thin Man (1934), The Devil Is a Woman (1935) and in a film with Shirley Temple Wee Willie Winkie (1937).