List of Cuban Americans

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This is a list of notable Cuban Americans, including immigrants who obtained American citizenship and their American descendants.

Contents

Athletes

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Mary Joe Fernández
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Ryan Lochte
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Dara Torres
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Danny Valencia

Business

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Carlos Gutierrez

Education

Entertainment

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Bobby Cannavale
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Rosario Dawson
Bianca Del Rio Close-up Bianca Del Rio, Rolodex of Hate Tour, Theater Amsterdam 2015.jpg
Bianca Del Rio
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Cameron Diaz
Andy Garcia Andy Garcia at the 2009 Deauville American Film Festival-01A.jpg
Andy García
Joanna Garcia Joanna Garcia 2.jpg
Joanna Garcia
Jorge Garcia Jorge Garcia by Gage Skidmore 2.jpg
Jorge Garcia
Oscar Isaac Oscar Isaac by Gage Skidmore.jpg
Oscar Isaac
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Julio Oscar Mechoso
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Eva Mendes

Actors

Cartoonists and animators

Directors, screenwriters and producers

Fashion

Musicians

Composers and/or bandleaders

  • Xavier Cugat, bandleader
  • Arsenio Rodríguez (1911–1970), Cuban musician, composer and bandleader; born in Cuba, he died in United States, where he lived in the last years of his life [83]
  • Lucy Simon, American composer for the theatre and popular songs; known for the musical The Secret Garden ; sister of Carly and Joanna Simon

Producers

  • Desmond Child, American musician, songwriter, and producer; mother is Cuban songwriter Elena Casals [84]
  • Scott Herren, music producer; father is Catalan and mother is of Irish and Cuban descent [85]
  • Ray Martinez, American musician, music producer, songwriter, artist, disco music icon; Cuban American; Cuban mother and Puerto Rican father
  • Rudy Pérez, Cuban composer and music producer [86]
  • Tonedeff, American rapper, producer, and singer-songwriter; Cuban mother and Colombian father

Musicians and singers by genre

Rock
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Gloria Estefan
Rap and hip-hop
Percussionists
Classical
Jazz
Pop, R&B, Folk, country and other music genre

Reality television contestants

Writers

Others

Journalists

Government

United States ambassadors

United States Cabinet members

United States House of Representatives

2008 Congressional candidates

United States Senate

Federal government

Local government

State government

U.S. Commonwealth government

Judiciary

United States Armed Forces

World leaders

Science and technology

Visual arts

Others

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