This is a list of notable Cuban Americans, including immigrants who obtained American citizenship and their American descendants.

Athletes

Mary Joe Fernández
Ryan Lochte
Dara Torres
Danny Valencia

Business

Carlos Gutierrez

Education

Entertainment

Bobby Cannavale
Rosario Dawson
Bianca Del Rio
Cameron Diaz
Andy García
Joanna Garcia
Jorge Garcia
Oscar Isaac
Julio Oscar Mechoso
Eva Mendes

Actors

Cartoonists and animators

Directors, screenwriters and producers

Fashion

Musicians

Composers and/or bandleaders

Producers

Musicians and singers by genre

Rock
Latin American popular music
Gloria Estefan
Rap and hip-hop
Percussionists
Classical
Jazz
Pop, R&B, Folk, country and other music genre

Reality television contestants

Writers

For a more comprehensive list, see List of Cuban American writers.

Others

Journalists

Government

United States ambassadors

United States Cabinet members

United States House of Representatives

2008 Congressional candidates

United States Senate

Federal government

Local government

State government

U.S. Commonwealth government

Judiciary

United States Armed Forces

World leaders

Science and technology

Visual arts

Others

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