Lynda Lopez is going to move you!
Together with sister Jennifer Lopez's Nuyorican Productions, the 43-year-old journalist executive produced a new documentary called Los Jets.
When Emily Rios isn’t portraying Adriana Mendez, a reporter for El Paso Times, on FX’s critically acclaimed drama, The Bridge, she’s jumping out of planes. Or flying over Venice Beach. Although she sounds like a new Latina superhero, she’s just living life to the fullest by skydiving, parasailing and pretty much anything else her Los Angelina heart desires.
We all know the stereotype: Latinas are maids. Latinas speak with an accent. Latinas all have big booties and lots of curves -- and they love to flaunt them in their favorite color: red. Truth is, Latinas come in all different sizes, shapes, colors and personalities -- and TV should reflect that. From Dr. Callie Torres to Santana Lopez, these 7 roles are breaking the stereotype!
Who doesn't love Jake T. Austin? The charismatic 19-year-old actor has grown up quite a bit since his days starring alongside Selena Gomez on Disney Channel's Wizards of Waverly Place. Austin is now busy stealing (and breaking) hearts as Jesus Foster on ABC Family's, The Fosters.
We caught up with the young star to get the scoop on his character in season two, find out what he looks for in a girl, and more.
Read it all in our exclusive interview below:
Dora the explorer is all grown up! This summer Nickelodeon is premiering, Dora and Friends: Into the City.
The half-hour series features the iconic character living in a city, attending school, and at the center of a peer group that works together to give back to the community -- having both real-life and magical adventures along the way.
We're not exaggerating when we say that everybody has appeared on an episode of Law & Order: SVU. Seriously, the show is littered with struggling actors who soon-after became incredibly famous... and even a few actors who were already superstars.
From Zoë Saldana to Sara Ramirez, these 36 Latino stars have all appeared on an episode of SVU:
Aida Rodriguez knows it's not easy being a Latina in comedy -- and she's trying to change that.
The single mom is set to compete tonight in the semifinal round of Last Comic Standing. Out of 100 comedians, Rodriguez is one of four Latinos -- and the only Latina -- contestant.
We chatted with the Dominican-Puerto Rican comedian about growing up Latina, the inspirations behind her acts, and the challenges of being a woman in comedy: