Jay is a Mexican-born actor and model, and his first film debut was in ‘Crazy/Beautiful’, where he starred alongside Kirsten Dunst. Before that, he made his debut on TV in the series ‘Hang Time.’
He appeared in both ‘Hostel’, and its sequel, ‘Hostel: Part 2.’ In 2016, Jay had the chance to portray Diablo in the successful DCEU movie, ‘Suicide Squad’, and later made a splash with his appearance as Magnum in the reboot of ‘Magnum P.I.’
Gael García Bernal
Gael is a Mexican actor and producer born in Guadalajara. With both his parents being actors, he has been acting since the tender age of one year old! Since then, he made frequent appearances in telenovelas throughout his teenage years.
He gained international recognition through the 2001 movie 'Y tu mamá también.' In 2016 he got his first Golden Globe for 'Mozart in the Jungle', and in 2020 he was ranked 25 in the list of 25 Greatest Actors by the New York Times.
Diego is a Mexican actor who began his career making appearances in telenovelas as a child actor before transitioning onto the big screen. He starred in the hit 'Y tu mamá también' with his childhood friend Gael Bernal (also featured in this article).
His most recognizable role is for portraying Andor in the 'Star Wars movie Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,' and he is said to reprise the role in a series of the same name.
Michelle Rodriguez is a name that fans of the 'Fast and Furious' series will recognize very easily. Before her career took off, Michelle made her debut in the sports drama 'Girlfight,' for which she won an award for the best debut performance.
She would later go on to star in other movies of the Fast and Furious franchise as Letty and as Rain Ocampo in the 'Resident Evil' films. Her likeness would also be lent to video games appearing in 'Halo 2 and Call Of Duty: Black Ops 2.'
Ferrera was born to Honduran parents and made her first film debut in the 2002 comedy 'Real Women Have Curves'. Many of her early roles have been huge successes such as the titular Betty in Ugly Betty. This got her the Best Actress Award in 2007, including a Golden Globe and Emmy.
She provided the voice for Astrid in the DreamWorks animated trilogy, 'How to Train Your Dragon.' After a career in acting, she would make her directorial debut with 'I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter. '