Cassie’s debut studio album was released in 2006, and it was a huge success as it peaked at number four on the billboard top 100 charts. In 2008, Cassie made her debut in acting through ‘Step Up 2: The Streets’ with her single, ‘Is It You’ added to the soundtrack.
Besides acting and singing, Cassie is also signed on as a model for Wilhelmina Models and has even modeled for Calvin Klein. Her skill in acting has allowed her to appear in commercials for brands like Adidas and Abercrombie & Fitch.
Luis Fonsi made his debut in 1998 with his Billboard-topping album 'Comenzaré', and by the time his second album came out, he was already performing opening acts for singers like Britney Spears. He later collaborated with Daddy Yankee and the two released 'Despacito,' which was a huge success.
This song helped Fonsi break 6 Guinness world records and became the most-watched YouTube video until 2020. He was awarded the Global Gift Philanthropy Award for his contributions to healing the disaster left by Hurricane Maria.
The American actress of Cuban descent has amassed a number of highly successful films under her name, and for a good reason. During her two-decade run in acting, her success has marked her as the fifth-highest-grossing US domestic box office actress.
Her film debut was opposite Jim Carrey in 'The Mask,' and later, her success would follow with movies like 'There's Something About Mary,' which earned her a Golden Globe nomination. She is also an author of two health books, 'The Body Book' and 'The Longevity Book.'
Best known for his role as Manny Delgado on the family sitcom 'Modern Family,' Rico is one of the youngest and most influential Latin celebrities around. His performance in the series led to him earning multiple awards, including the Outstanding Young Performers in a TV Series Award.
He even won an ALMA award for Favorite TV Actor, Supporting Role in a Comedy Show, and a Teenage Award for Best Young Actor in Television. In 2012, he wrote his book, titled, 'Reel Life Lessons... So Far'.
Mexican-American actor Manuel Garcia-Rulfo is known for his role in movies such as 'Bless Me, Ultima', and 'Cake', alongside the TV show 'From Dusk till Dawn: The Series.' He had started studying at New York Film Academy but soon returned to Mexico to resume his acting career.
His first major American project was 'Bless Me, Ultima' which was released in 2012. However, his real shot at glory arrived with his portrayal of the outlaw Vasquez in the 2016 remake of 'The Magnificent Seven.' He recently landed the role of Mickey Haller in the Netflix television adaptation of 'The Lincoln Lawyer'.