14 Latino Celebrities Over 50 Who Are Still Killin' It

Who says your career is over once you get to the big 5-0?

Not only are Latino celebrities proving they are getting better with age but they also show no intention of slowing down. Don’t’ believe us! Here’s a list of impressive stars over 50 that are still killin it.

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Jorge Ramos

At 59 years old, this silver fox continues to be one of the most respected journalists for Latinos. The Mexican-born reporter isn’t afraid to go to some of the world’s most dangerous places just to keep us informed.


Benjamin Bratt

The Peruvian-American actor first stole our hearts as FBI agent Eric Matthews on "Miss Congeniality." Seventeen years later, Bratt continues to captivate our corazones with his role in the Fox series Star.


Rita Moreno

There’s no denying Rita Moreno is Puerto Rico’s Marilyn Monroe. The actress, who has won awards in all four major award shows, an Oscar, an Emmy, a Grammy and a Tony, has an impressive 70-year acting career that continues to make her a legend.


Antonio Banderas

At 56 years old, the “Desperado” actor proves that age is just a number. The father-of-two, who shows no signs of leaving the action scene, is kicking things off in the latest thriller "Black Butterfly."


Steven Bauer

Before appearing on the AMC drama series Breaking Bad, Bauer had already established himself on the big screen, starring in classics like "Scarface" and "Traffic." At 60 years old, the Cuban-born actor is showing young hollywood just how it's done.


Contance Marie

Known for her role as Angie Lopez on George Lopez and Marcela Quintanilla in the 1997 "Selena" biopic, the 51-year-old is a force to be reckoned with. She currently is the voice behind Doña Paloma, a reoccurring character from the animated show Elena of Avalor.


Benecio del Toro

The Puerto Rican hottie, famous for his portrayal of Javier Rodríguez in the film "Traffic," makes fifty look like the new thirty. Now, Del Toro is set to play a villainous role for the lastest installment of the "Star Wars" franchise.


Isabel Toledo

The Cuban-born fashion designer’s life changed when she dressed former first lady Michelle Obama for the 2009 inauguration. Eighteen years later, Toledo continues to use her creativity to push the limits of fashion.


Andy Garcia

In his youthful days, Andy Garcia was known for his role of a mobster for the infamous film "The Godfather". At 61 years old, el cubano is still kicking ass in his Hollywood roles.


Fernando Colunga

If you watched novelas growing up, you probably remember this telenovela hottie. From Maria la del Barrio to Porque el Amor Manda, Colunga is still our favorite on-screen love interest.


Salma Hayek

At 50 years old, this hot momma knows how to bring humor and intelligence in every role. The Mexican belleza is one of the few Latina actresses to have a successful career in Hollywood. Who can forget her breakthrough performance in "Frida," which earned her a nomination for an Oscar.


Esai Morales

We first knew him as Bob Morales in the 1987 biopic "La Bamba" and now the 54-year-old stars in the ABC series How to Get Away with Murder.


Gloria Estefan

The Cuban-American singer started off her musical career as the lead singer in the group "Miami Latin Boys." However, it was the success of her 1985 hit "Conga" that made Estefan into a household name. The 59-year-old currently has a musical on Broadway about her rise to stardom with hubby Emilio Estefan.


Demian Bichir

Bichir, who comes from a well-known family of Mexican actors, dominated the Latin television market before crossing over to Hollywood. The actor started his acting career in the novela Rina at just 14 years old. Fast forward a couple years, el mexicano made his U.S. debut with a role in "In the Time of the Butterflies," starring alongside Hayek.