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"The View" Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

By The View | Oct 6th, 2014

The View is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with actor and comedian John Leguizamo, United States Treasurer Rosie Rios and Actress Ana Ortiz. Watch the interviews below.

Recently called by Variety Latino one of the 20 most influential stars, John Leguizamo tells the co-hosts about his family, how his acting career began and his latest film,“John Wick”.

Guest: John Leguizamo|Actor John Leguizamo tells the co-hosts about his new movie "John Wick."|Actor John Leguizamo tells the co-hosts about his new film with Keanu Reeves, "John Wick."

One of the most powerful women in the country, United States Treasurer Rosie Rio, helped President Obama’s administration prevent an economic crash.  She talks about her career and also why her job has been occupied by a woman since 1949.

Guest: Rosie Rios|United States Treasurer, Rosie Rios.|United States Treasurer, Rosie Rios, discusses her position and why women have often held this role in government.

Actress Ana Ortiz talks about her family’s political background and  how she was inspired by Rosie Perez. She also discusses her latest role on ABC's How to get away with Murder and explains why she had to defend her decision to star in Devious Maids.

Actress and comedian Cristela Alonzo discusses being the first Latina to write, produce and star on a network show with ABC's "Cristela."

Guest: Gloria Estefan
The Hispanic Heritage Month celebration comes to an end with singer Gloria Estefan discussing her career, performing for U.S. Presidents and casting an artist to play herselfin "On Your Feet!: The Story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan."

 

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