Zach King

by stlucas on February 17, 2018

Zach King – “Power Rangers” Los Angeles Premiere – Arrivals – Mann Village Theatre, Westwood, 961 Broxton Avenue – Los Angeles, CA, USA – Photo Credit: Julian Blythe/HNW /

Place of Birth: Portland, Oregon, U.S.

Date of Birth: February 4, 1990

*Chinese (father)
*Austrian, Nicaraguan (mother)

Zach King is an American filmmaker, Youtube personality, and Vine personality.

His father has Chinese ancestry. His mother is of half Austrian and half Nicaraguan descent. She is pictured here.

Zach is married to Rachel Holm.



Tammy Rivera

by ethnic on October 17, 2017

Tammy Rivera – 2017 BET Awards – Arrivals – Microsoft Theater – Los Angeles, CA, USA – Photo Credit: phred mosbey / PR Photos

Place of Birth: Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.

Date of Birth: July 30, 1986

*Nicaraguan (father)
*African-American (mother)

Tammy Rivera is an American television personality, singer, fashion designer, and businessperson. Her father is Nicaraguan and her mother is African-American. She stated her heritage in an interview with Ebro on Hot 97.

Tammy is married to rapper Waka Flocka Flame. She has a daughter.


Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa

by stlucas on August 9, 2017

Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa – “Carrie” World Premiere – Arrivals – ArcLight Cinemas – Hollywood, CA, USA – Photo Credit: Andrew Evans / PR Photos

Birth Name: Roberto Francisco Aguirre-Sacasa

Place of Birth: Washington, D.C., U.S.

Date of Birth: 1973

Ethnicity: Nicaraguan (Spanish, along with some French, Basque, 1/64 English, distant Italian, possibly other)

Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is a Nicaraguan-American playwright, screenwriter, and comic book writer.

Roberto is the son of Maria de Los Angeles (Sacasa Gómez) and Horacio Francisco Javier/Xavier Aguirre-Sacasa. His father has served as Nicaragua’s Foreign Minister, from 2000 to 2002, and as Nicaragua’s ambassador to the U.S. Roberto was raised between Nicaragua and the U.S.

Robert’s mother’s Sacasa family is very prominent in Nicaragua. Roberto’s maternal great-grandfather, Rafael Sacasa y Sacasa, was President of Nicaragua, from 1889 to 1891, and from 1891 to 1893. Roberto is a relative of Silvestre Selva Sacasa, who was the 17th President of Nicaragua, and of Benjamín Lacayo Sacasa, who was the 67th President of Nicaragua.

Roberto’s parents are both Nicaraguan. Roberto’s father is mostly of Spanish, along with distant Italian (from Genoa, through the surname Marengo), descent. Roberto’s mother also has Spanish ancestry, as well as some English, and French, roots.

Robert is a relative of actress Madeleine Stowe, through their descent from Mariano Ignacio de Montealegre y Balmaceda, who was born in Grenada, Spain, and from Mariano’s wife, Manuela Casimira de Romero y Sáenz Vásquez de Quintanilla y Bonilla, who was born in Cartago, Costa Rica.

Roberto’s paternal grandfather was Francisco Aguirre Baca (the son of Horacio Aguirre Muñoz and Pilar Josefina Baca Herdocia). Francisco was born in León, Nicaragua. Horacio was the son of parents surnamed Aguirre Torre and Muñoz Macías. Pilar was the daughter of Pedro Baca Herdocia and Josefina Herdocia Baca.

Roberto’s paternal grandmother was Gladys Sacasa Salinas (the daughter of Rafael Sacasa y Sacasa and Maria Luisa Salinas Bonilla). Gladys was born in León, Nicaragua. Rafael was the son of Roberto Sacasa Sarria and Angela Sacasa Quadra. Maria Luisa was the daughter of Norberto Salinas Ramírez and Rosaura Bonilla Tuzo.

Roberto’s maternal grandfather was Roberto Sacasa Argüello (the son of Juan Bautista Sacasa Sacasa and María Argüello Manning). Roberto was born in Managua, Nicaragua. Juan was the son of Roberto Sacasa Sarria and Angela Sacasa Quadra. María was the daughter of Victorino de Los Santos Argüello Prado and Carlota Maria Manning Alonso.

Roberto’s maternal grandmother was Fermina Zenaida Gómez Argüello (the daughter of José Joaquín Gómez Rouhaud and Casimira Argüello Vargas). José Joaquín was the son of José Miguel Gómez Bendaña and Alma Rouhaud Legrelle. Casimira was the daughter of Luis Argüello Abaunza and María Casimira Vargas Vargas.


Genealogy of Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa –

Obituaries of Roberto’s paternal grandfather, Francisco Aguirre Baca –

Information about some of Roberto’s ancestors –

Information about Roberto’s Italian ancestors –


Dito Montiel

by stlucas on June 8, 2017

Dito Montiel – 2014 Tribeca Film Festival –  Photo Credit: Janet Mayer / 

Birth Name: Orlando Anthony Montiel, Jr.

Place of Birth: New York City, New York, U.S.

Date of Birth: July 26, 1965

*Nicaraguan (father)
*Irish (mother)

Dito Montiel is an American author, screenwriter, film director, and musician.

Dito is the son of Orlando Anthony Montiel/Monteil, Sr. Dito’s father is from Nicaragua. Dito’s mother is American, from Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York, and has Irish roots. Dito was raised in Astoria, Queens, New York.

Dito has stated:

My father is from Nicaragua, born and raised there, and my mother is Irish, from Coney Island in Brooklyn. My father used to call me Casper as a kid because I’m so white. But I pretty much grew up in an Italian-Greek neighborhood. It was always ignorance more than racism – a little more forgiving.

Dito’s paternal grandparents were Robert Montiel/Monteil and Virginia.

Sources: Orlando’s father on the 1930 U.S. Census –


Ana Navarro

by follers on April 8, 2017

Birth Name: Ana Violeta Navarro Flores

Place of Birth: Chinandega, Nicaragua

Date of Birth: December 28, 1971

Ethnicity: Nicaraguan (Spanish, some Indigenous, small amount of African), small amount of Costa Rican

Ana Navarro is an American political strategist and commentator. She is a Republican.

Ana was born in Chinandega, Nicaragua. Because of political upheaval in her country, her family moved to the U.S. in 1980, settling in Miami, Florida.

Ana is the daughter of José Augusto Navarro Flores and Violeta Flores López. Her mother was born in León, Nicaragua. Ana’s mother was adopted by don Daniel Flores Baca and doña Margarita López D’Arbelles. Don Daniel was murdered when Ana’s mother was 20, in 1960, in a crime that is still unsolved.

A DNA test whose results were displayed on the show Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (2017) stated that Ana’s genetic ancestry is:

*70.1% European
*20.8% Native American
*4.2% Sub-Saharan African
*1.6% Middle Eastern & North African
*3.3% Unmatched

Ana’s patrilineal line traces back to Pantaleón Pacheco Navarro, who was born, c. 1780, in Cartago, Costa Rica, the son of Miguel Geronimo Pacheco and Maria Bartola Navarro Guerrero. Miguel was born into slavery in Cartaga, c. 1758. He was of mixed race, part African, ancestry.

Ana’s paternal grandfather was Augusto Navarro Callejas (the son of Ángel Navarro y Navarro and María de Jesús Callejas Sansón). Ángel was the son of Pantaleón Navarro de Cádiz and María Salomé Navarro y Reyes-Garzón. María de Jesús was the daughter of Juan Andrés Callejas Soto and María Gertrudis Sansón Parrales.

Ana’s paternal grandmother was Zoila Flores Baca (the daughter of Daniel Flores Lacayo and María del Rosario Baca Icaza).

Ana’s biological maternal grandfather was Arturo Baca Muñoz (the son of Rafael Arturo Baca Icaza and Melida Muñoz). Rafael was the son of Alejandro De Jesús Baca Icaza and María Isabel De Jesús Icaza Enriquez.

Ana’a biological maternal grandmother was Bertha Del Carmen Alvarado.

Ana has said:

Was fascinated by & love my DNA results: 4% African. 6% European Jewish. Iberian Peninsula. Italian. Greek. Native American…World Citizen.

Sources: Genealogy of Ana Navarro –

Genealogy of Ana’s father (focusing on his father’s side) –