Sagittarius Latino Celebrities You’d Want To Join You As You Travel The World
It’s Sagittarius season. Or should I say Scorpio season is finally over? The season of expansion is upon us. You’ll find yourself investing your energy in global connections and ensuring your voice creates tangible impact. It seems auspicious that American elections are held during the watery, emotional Scorpio season, only to be burned into action right after.
Sagittarians, we all know that you’ve been itching to travel all year and holiday season offers you the nomadic freedom you yearn for. My fiery Sags, behold your road trip celebrity familia written in the stars.
Gael García Bernal
Bernal was born on November 30, 1978 in Guadalajara, Mexico, and is best known for his very Sag role on “Mozart in the Jungle.” The actor holds citizenship in both Mexico and Argentina.
Aguilera was born on December 18, 1980 and is a household name across the globe. A major theme of Sagittarius’ lives is freedom. Please see her latest album, “Liberation.”
Born on December 16, 1963 in San Francisco, Bratt is best known as Detective Ray Curtis on “Law & Order” (or in “Miss Congeniality,” depending who you ask). Sags dislike being constrained which may be why he dropped out of his MFA program to get to work already.
Born in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic on December 3, 1982, Polanco is the break out Afro-Latina we’ve thirsted for in Hollywood. Speaking of hating being constrained, if Polanco’s character on “Orange is the New Black” is a Sag, too, we’d get why she’d shoot up a prison guard. Rules are hard.
Born on December 1, 1967 in New York City to Cuban parents, Carbonell lived his wildest Sag dreams as a child. His father worked for PepsiCo, which forced the family to move often, and allowed Carbonell to live in London, Mexico city, the Bahamas, and Caracas.
Let’s not forget the little ones. Estevez was born on December 4, 2007 in Los Angeles. She’ll be turning 11 this season and has already starred alongside Will Ferrel in the “Daddy’s Home” movie series. She’s also on FOX’s “Lucifer.”
Jake T. Austin
The Disney gone “The Fosters” star is not so little anymore. Born on December 3, 1994, Austin started acting when he was just seven years old in “Wizards of Waverly Place.”
Lori Mae Hernandez
Born on December 14, 2002, Hernandez will be turning 16 years old this season and already she has expanded her presence on this earth. She started practicing comedy at 9 years old when her dad was diagnosed with Bell’s palsy and she made it her mission to put a full smile on his face.
She’s now famous from her skit on “America’s Got Talent,” where she ridiculed Donald Trump and embraced her Sag strong sense of humor.
The Puerto Rican is famous for his Italian pride on “Jersey Shore” but his Boricua pride is less often spotlighted. Born on December 4, 1985, you may have seen some of Sag’s hallmark dislikes on full display during his time on the show (look for a disdain for clingy people).
Born on November 25, 1997, Tinoco is now famous as Cesar Diaz on Netflix’s “On My Block.” Diaz is Colombian, Mexican and Ecuadorian, though like his character, he was born in Anaheim, California.
Born on November 22, 1996, the Brazilian-American model will be turning 22 years old this Sag season. While Sags are always embracing freedom, that doesn’t mean her potential marriage to Justin Bieber will sully those goals.
Born on December 10, 1990, Favela is already one of the most famous Mexican songwriter and recording artist today. He became the youngest person to ever win the Composer of the Year award in 2015.
Born on December 14, 1971, Texada is most famous as Cruz on NBC’s “Third Watch.” Also, she’s the Skittles girl. Of course a Sag wants to taste the rainbow.
A.B. Quintanilla III
Born December 13, 1963, A.B. is a bass guitarist for famous Mexican group Los Dinos. He also wrote songs for his sister, the late great Selena Quintanilla.
Born on December 10, 1975, Lozada is best known as one of the OG “Basketball Wives.” A true Nuyorican, she moved for sunnier weather in Miami, where she met the two basketball players she would later marry (and divorce).
Born on November 29, 1990 in Mexico City, Boneta is Puerto Rican and Mexican. He’s a talented musician and actor in both telenovelas and on “Pretty Little Liars.” Sags do like changes.
Born on December 13, 1983, the Boricua singer has traveled the world performing reggaeton. Fire signs typically need to have as much contact with the world as possible to feel that they’re experiencing life. They basically have a chronic case of FOMO.
Daughter of percussionist Mexicano Pete Escovedo, Sheila E. was born in Oakland, Calif. on December 12, 1957. Sags are able to turn their thoughts into action. Combine that with big dreams, and you get “The Queen of Percussion.”
Speaking of Queens. Puerto Rican icon Rita Moreno was born on December 11, 1931 as Rosa Dolores Alverío Marcano in Humacao, Puerto Rico. She has since won an Oscar, Tony, Emmy and Grammy and is playing all our favorite abuelitas on “One Day at a Time” and “Jane the Virgin.”
Every abuelita’s ultimate travel companion would be Pope Francis, the first and only Latino Pope in the history of the Vatican. He was born on December 13, 1969. What’d I say about Sags making it to the top?
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