Leon Ichaso was born in Havana August 3, 1948. At age 14, Ichaso left Cuba for exile in Mexico and the United States, with his mother Antonia Ichaso and sister Mari Rodriguez Ichaso, with his father staying behind to support the Cuban Revolution. Five years later, he joined his family in New York.
Leon Ichaso (born August 3, 1948) is a Cuban American writer and film director.
Apr 17, 2019 · Leon Ichaso (born August 3, 1948) is a Cuban American writer and film director.  Contents. Biography; Early life and education; Career; References; External links; Biography Early life and education. Leon Ichaso was born in Havana August 3, 1948, into a family of well-known writers, journalists and artists. His father, Justo Rodríguez Santos, was one of Cuba's most respected poets and a pioneer in broadcast TV and radio -and his mother Antonia Ichaso had a radio magazine show in the 1940s.
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1. Anabelle Acosta Cuban-born American actress (Ballers and Quantico) 2. Laz Alonso, actor 3. Odette Annable, actress (Cloverfield); Cuban mother 4. Desi Arnaz, actor and musician (I Love Lucy) 5. Desi Arnaz Jr., actor and musician 6. Lucie Arnaz, actress and singer 7. Nelson Ascencio, comedian (MADtv) 8. Omar Avila, actor 9. Ariana Barouk, TV host, actress, model, and singer; represented Cuba in the seventh edition of the environmentally oriented Miss Earth, international beauty pageant 10....
1. Antonio Prohías, creator of Mad Magazine's Spy vs Spyseries 2. Joe Quesada, comic book editor, writer producer and artist
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1. Ozzie Alfonso, TV director, writer, producer; directed Sesame Street in the 1970s; senior producer, writer, and director of 3-2-1 Contact in the 1980s; freelanced for many clients; adjunct college professor at St. John's University 2. Migdia Chinea, film director, writer, producer;(When it rains..., The Incredible Hulk) 3. Manny Coto, executive producer (24), writer (24, Star Trek: Enterprise) 4. René Echevarria, writer (Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Medium),...Jessica Aguirre, anchor for KNTVNBC Bay Area News, San Francisco, CaliforniaManny Alvarez, medical correspondent for Fox News Channel
United States ambassadors
1. Eduardo Aguirre, former United States Ambassador to Spain and Andorra 2. Paul L. Cejas, former United States Ambassador to Belgium 3. Miguel H. Díaz, United States Ambassador to Holy See 4. Lino Gutierrez, former United States Ambassador to Argentina 5. Hugo Llorens, United States Ambassador to Honduras 6. Carlos Pascual, former United States Ambassador to Mexico 7. Otto Reich, former United States Ambassador to Venezuela 8. Mauricio Solaún, former United States Ambassador to Nicaragua
United States Cabinet members
1. Carlos Gutierrez, former United States Secretary of Commerce(Republican) 2. Mel Martinez, former United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development(Republican) 3. Alexander Acosta, United States Secretary of Labor(Republican)
United States House of Representatives
1. Carlos Curbelo, Republican member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Florida's 26th district 2. Lincoln Díaz-Balart, Republican former member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Florida's 21st district 3. Mario Díaz-Balart, Republican member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Florida's 25th district 4. Joe Garcia, former Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Florida's 26th dist...Adolfo Fernández Cavada, captain in the Union Army during the American Civil Warwho later served as Commander-in-Chief of the Cinco Villas during Cuba's Ten Year WarFederico Fernández Cavada, colonel in the Union Army during the American Civil Warand later Commander-in-Chief of all the Cuban forces during Cuba's Ten Year WarJulius Peter Garesché, lieutenant colonel in the Union Army who served as Chief of Staff, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel to Maj. Gen. William S. Rosecrans
He was sent to Rikers Island in 1964. After this, he joined the Job Corps, and was sent to Camp Kilmer for training. It turned out the opportunity was, as Piñero put it, "Dope City, Skag Town." He returned to New York City and became affiliated with the Young Lords, a group similar to the Black Panthers.
Mandel Bruce Patinkin (/ p ə ˈ t ɪ ŋ k ɪ n /; born November 30, 1952) is an American actor and singer known for his work on stage and screen.. Patinkin is best known for appearing as Inigo Montoya in Rob Reiner's 1987 film The Princess Bride, as Saul Berenson in the Showtime series Homeland, and as SSA Jason Gideon on the crime-drama television series Criminal Minds.
This is a list of films released in 1994. The top worldwide grosser was The Lion King, becoming the highest-grossing Walt Disney Feature Animation film of all-time, although it was slightly overtaken at the North American domestic box office by Forrest Gump, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture.