We cannot lie. There’s a great group formed by famous Mexicans who have known the success in the United States.
Also, if something we can tell you is that talent has no nationality.
Talented, perseverant and determined people are everywhere with no nationality favoritism.
But Mexicans cannot stop celebrating the great achieves of compatriots in the world.
That’s why we are going to show you these awesome famous Mexicans that reached more than their goals with effort and hard work.
According to Vix, she was one of the first ladies opening the way to her compatriots.
For sure, everyone remembers her spectacular debut in Hollywood with that sexy dance she did in the film “From Dusk Till Dawn”.
In this film, she starred next to George Clooney and Quentin Tarantino.
Hayek, from Veracruz, is one of the most successful, smart and beautiful latin woman in the English – Speaking country.
Alejandro González Iñárritu
This amazing film director, the winner of Oscar, began his career narrating the successful radio novel “The murderer turkey”, back in the 80s, according to Publimetro.
From radio, he emigrated to Televisa and then in 2000, comes out the premiere of his first feature film “Amores Perros”.
This one got an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film.
Now, he hasn’t stopped. From working in Mexico, he left it to start filming abroad.
Ones of his masterpieces are “21 grams”, “Babel”, “Biutiful” and the worldwide acclaimed “Birdman”.
Gael García Bernal
The Mexican actor, producer, and director has won the Golden Globe for his performance in the series “Mozart in the Jungle”.
Mexico, the United States, Argentina, Spain, Chile, Bolivia, France, and Brazil, have been scenes for several films starred by García Bernal.
Six of these films have been nominated for the Oscar Award.
During his career, he has worked with Iñárritu in productions such as “Amores Perros” and “Babel”.
But, to this list, we can add others successful movies: “Y tu mamá también”, “El crimen del Padre Amaro” and “Private lives”.
“The motorcycle diaries”, “Babel”, “Letters to Juliet”, “A little bit of Heaven” and “No” also complete his well-selected eorks.
As a film director, he debuted in 2006 with the film “Deficit”.
To make him any more successful, he’s the owner, along with Diego Luna, another latino up in the world, of Canana films, a production company.
As Publimetro describes, Gael’s biography is included in the Britannic Encyclopedia and is also on the list of Best Dressed Artist, Most Wanted Bachelor and the 50 Latin Beauties of People in Spanish.
Last but not least, GQ named him one of the Men of the Year in 2004, next to American Tom Cruise and British Jude Law.
Do we need to say anything else about him?
Tell us which famous Mexicans and Latinos you’d put on this list. We want more successful stories!