Born in Mexico, Sigman is a Mexican American actress who has been active in the entertainment industry since 2006. It wasn’t until 2011 that she would get the chance to breakthrough with her role in ‘Miss Bala,’ which got her on the map.
She has taken parts in movies such as ‘Spectre’ where she was the second Mexican actress to be a bond girl, and in ‘Anabelle: Creations.’ Sigman was in the first two seasons of ‘S.W.A.T.’ but left during the third season run of the show.
Selena Gomez may be known mainly as a singer, but her career began as an actress in 'Barney and Friends.' Her most recognizable character is in the Disney Channel series, 'Wizards of Waverly Place,' where she played Alex Russo, the main character.
As a singer, Selena has had a well-off career, with many of her songs reaching the billboard top charts, including 'We Don't Talk Anymore' and 'The Heart Wants What It Wants.' Besides her singing and acting talents, Gomez has been an ambassador for UNICEF since she was 17.
Rebbeca Marie Gomez, better known by her stage name Becky G, is an American singer and dancer of Mexican heritage. She originally posted song covers online before she was discovered, and her first single, 'Becky From the Block,' marked her a success.
Her most notable song 'Shower' was able to reach the top twenty of the billboard top charts and later received multiple platinum certifications. She has collaborated with multiple successful artists such as Bad Bunny, French Montana, and even J-Hope of BTS.
Wilmer was born in Miami to a Venezuelan father and a Colombian mother, and if you're a fan of 'That 70's Show' you may recognize him as Fez. Since then, he has made appearances in multiple tv series, including 'Grey's Anatomy' and 'N.C.I.S.'
Currently, there are plans for a follow-up sitcom, 'That 90's show,' and Wilmer is set to make an appearance. He is also a singer and a known activist as a U.S.O. Global Ambassador. Valderrama has also built a non-profit campaign to help the Latin community.
Guzman was born to a Mexican father and an American mother in Texas, and the family would later move to California, where he attended high school. Initially, Ryan was an MMA fighter until his license expired, so he tried modeling and eventually became an actor.
Despite having no dance experience, he was able to land the leading role of Sean in 'Step Up: Revolution' and reprised the role in the final movie in the series. He later joined the main cast of '9-1-1' as Edmundo (Eddie) Diaz.