The Brazilian-born actor is most recognizable for his role as the Persian king Xerxes in the movie ‘300’. He was initially interested in journalism before entering the Actors Workshop of Rede Globo and after he would land roles in telenovelas.
After making an appearance in ‘Charlie’s Angels’, his career would jump to newer heights with his inclusion in films like ‘Love Actually.’ In 2004 he was in an ad for Chanel, and later in 2006, joined the cast of ‘Lost.’
The Dominican actress was first discovered by a modeling scout when she was 15 and earned her first acting gig in a commercial. This led to her taking a serious interest in acting, and she went to an actors workshop in New York City to study acting.
She would initially start off making appearances in several music videos. She would later play characters in the final seasons of shows such as 'The Sopranos' and 'Once Upon a Time.' Her movie credits include the role of Callisto in 'X-Men: The Last Stand.'
Kate del Castillo
The Mexican American actress is best known for playing roles in telenovelas, with her first role being in 'Muchachitas.' From there, she went on to perform the leading characters for other telenovelas such as 'Ramona' and 'La Mentira.'
She made her Hollywood debut playing the lead female in 'Under the Same Moon' and had supporting roles in other movies such as 'Bad Boys For Life' and 'The 33.' She has been known to be an animal rights activist after appearing in an ad encouraging owners to keep their pets safe.
Adam Rodriguez is an actor of Puerto Rican and Cuban ancestry and has worked as a screenwriter and director. Most viewers may recognize the actor for his role in 'C.S.I.: Miami', where he plays the character of Eric Delko.
His first acting appearance was an ad for coca-cola, and later he would take part in many music videos, including for songs such as 'If You Had My Love' by Jennifer Lopez. He played recurring roles in both 'Magic Mike' movies and later joined season 12 of 'Criminal minds.'
Born in Mexico City, Souza would go on to study acting at Centro de Educación Artística, an acting school in Mexico City. Her debut was in the 2009 telenovela 'Verano de amor' and in 'From Prada to Nada', which came out in 2013.
She was made a series regular on the drama series 'How to Get Away With Murder,' where she played the role of Laurel Castillo. Her latest tv role was in the sitcom 'Home Economics' playing the character of Marina.