Andy Garcia

Andy Garcia lived the American dream, but kept a piece of his heart in Cuba. After settling in Florida as a child, Garcia's passion for acting grew, drawing him to Hollywood in the late 1970s, where his smoldering looks and commanding characters in Brian De Palma's brutal "The Untouchables" (1987) and Francis Ford Coppola's epic "The Godfather, Part III" (1990) eventually helped establish him as a bankable star of his generation. Instead of following the prescribed path, Garcia came to gravitate towards intimate projects, many of which, over the years, personified his admirable range, without sacrificing the artistry of his homeland.