9 Latinos Who Have Cross-Dressed in Movies & TV
01/03/2012 - 14:59 | 0 Comments|
Cross-dressing in acting is as old as acting itself. Though at first it was because women weren’t allowed on stages, you can see why the kinkiest of traditions would endure: It can be funny, dramatic, and, if the person is blessed with good genes to begin with, kinda hot!
Tonight, Puerto Rican actor Amaury Nolasco becomes the latest Latino to cross-dress onscreen when his new comedy, Work It, premieres at 8:30 p.m., (EST) on ABC. Which other Latinos have traded their moustaches for lipstick or bound their breasts onscreen? Check out our list of favorite gender-bending performances!
Amaury Nolasco (Work It)
When his fellow salesman buddy pulls on pantyhose and fake boobs to get a job at a pharmaceutical company, Nolasco’s character, the womanizing Angel, gets into the act with surprising hip-swaying relish only made funnier by the fact that he has a jaw like Paul Bunyan.