List of Mexican Americans

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Mexican Americans are people who have Mexican ancestry. The list includes, besides Mexican immigrants having American citizenship and their descendants, resident Mexicans who lived in the Mexican Southwest of the current U.S. when this territory was incorporated into the U.S. in 1848 and thereby became U.S. citizens.

The following list of Mexican Americans includes original immigrants and settlers of South from United States who obtained American citizenship and their American descendants.

This list is ordered by surname within section.

Sports

American football

Two-time Super Bowl winning quarterback Jim Plunkett
Tony Romo

Baseball

Nomar Garciaparra
Evan Longoria
Hall of Fame Legend Ted Williams
Hall of Fame pitcher Lefty Gomez

Basketball

Boxing

Solomon Garcia Smith became the first world champion of Latino ancestry in 1897.
Oscar De La Hoya was the first boxer to win major titles in six divisions.
Mia St John

Football (soccer)

Carlos Bocanegra served as the US team captain for six years
Stephanie (Lopez) Cox, U.S. Woman's National Team Olympic gold medalist

Golf

Ice hockey

Martial arts

Dominick Cruz
Cain Velasquez

Wrestling

Three-time WWE Women's Champion Melina Perez

Other sports

Pancho Gonzales was the World No. 1 tennis player for an all-time record eight years from 1952 to 1960.
Tony Alva is regarded among the most influential skateboarders of all time.
U.S. water polo Olympian Brenda Villa (second from left) is the most decorated athlete in the world of women’s water polo.

Arts and entertainment

Actors and media personalities

Mario Lopez

Directors and filmmakers

Robert Rodriguez
Olmos in 2009

Models

Musicians and music groups

María Grever was a prolific Mexican-born and U.S.-based composer who achieved crossover success.
Andy Russell (born Andrés Rábago) is recognized as the first Latino crossover singer in the U.S.
Cecy B
Joan Baez
Selena Gomez
Demi Lovato
Linda Ronstadt has sold more than 100 million records, making her one of the world's best-selling artists of all time
Lead singer Zack De La Rocha of Rage Against the Machine
Carlos Santana
Julieta Venegas
Dave Navarro
Hope Sandoval

Authors and poets

Visual arts

Kat Von D

Dance

  • Michael Balderrama – choreographer, Broadway dancer, and producer
  • Corky Ballas – ballroom dancer, holds several Latin dance championship titles
  • Mark Ballas – Emmy nominated choreographer, dancer and musician
  • Evelyn Cisneros – ballerina, instructor
  • René Elizondo Jr. – dancer, music video director
  • Rosa Ramirez Guerrero – founder of the International Folklorico Dance Group
  • Cynthia Harvey – principal dancer for the American Ballet Theatre, instructor
  • Tina Landon – choreographer who has worked with numerous musical performers
  • José Limón – influential dancer and choreographer, active between 1929–1969
  • Nicholas Magallanes – principal dancer for the New York City Ballet
  • Viktor Manoel – choreographer, writer, and actor
  • Tony Meredith – ballroom dancer, choreographer and US Latin dance Champion
  • Tina Ramirez – dancer and choreographer, founder of Ballet Hispanico, the leading Hispanic dance company in the United States.

Journalists

Political figures

New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez
Romualdo Pacheco Governor of California
Octaviano Larrazolo, First Latino U.S. Senator
Bill Richardson
Ken Salazar
U.S. Treasurer Rosa Gumataotao Rios
Catherine Cortez Masto, first Latina U.S. Senator

Military figures

General Richard E. Cavazos
Guy Gabaldon
Army Major General Alfred Valenzuela
World War II Medal of Honor recipient Marcario Garcia

Scholars and educators

Lauro Cavazos

Science and technology

Ellen Ochoa
Jose Hernandez

Civil rights leaders and community activists

Religious figures

Methodist Bishop Minerva G. Carcaño

Businesspeople and entrepreneurs

LA Angels owner Arte Moreno on the right
Anna Maria Chávez

Historical figures

Other

See also

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