Hottest mixed race celebrities

Beauty is in diversity. Diversity inspires and fascinates and it’s that mix of different cultural heritages that makes the world such a wonderful place. Some of our favorite celebs are mixed race and that’s one of the reasons they are so beautiful. Check out the hottest bi or multi-racial stars.

Vanessa Hudgens








She is one of not only the hottest mixed race actresses, but simply one of the hottest actresses in Hollywood today. Hudgens is half American and half Filipino, giving her a unique look and gorgeous tan skin. She rose to fame through the Disney channel, but she broke out after a few controversies and made new movies such as Beastly and Sucker Punch.

Halle Berry








The Oscar-winning actress is African-American and White. “Being biracial is sort of like being in a secret society. Most people I know of that mix have a real ability to be in a room with anyone, Black or White.I’m very connected to my community and I want black people to know that I haven’t abandoned them because I’ve had a child with a man outside of my race and I’m dating someone now outside of my race who is Spanish and French. I have never been more clear about who I am as a black woman. The people I have dated sort of hold up a mirror to me and help me realize more of who I really am,” she said.

Wentworth Miller








Miller’s father is African American, Caucasian, and Native American, and his mother is Middle Eastern and Caucasian. The result of these two mixed race parents’ union: the even more multi-racial, beautiful man that is Wentworth Miller, who’s best known for his role in the TV show, Prison Break.

Rashida Jones








Rashida is part Black, Russian Jewish, Irish, Portuguese and Cherokee. “I’m lucky because I have so many clashing cultural, racial things going on: black, Jewish, Irish, Portuguese, Cherokee. I can float and be part of any community I want. The thing is, I do identify with being black, and if people don’t identify me that way that’s their issue. I’m happy to challenge people’s understanding of what it looks like to be biracial, because guess what? In the next 50 years, people will start looking more and more like me,” she told Women’s Health magazine in 2008.

Freddie Prinze, Jr.








Born to the Puerto Rican and German actor/comedian Freddie Prinze, and real estate agent Kathy Elaine Cochran, Freddie Prinze Jr. is an adorable example of Caucasian and Spanish/Latin American mix. Best known for his roles in I Know What You Did Last Summer (and its sequel), She’s All That, and Scooby-Doo, Prinze Jr. has a boyish appearance to match the boyish charm that helped boost his popularity at the start of, and throughout, his career.

Lauren London








The Game star was born to an African-American mother and Jewish father. “I’m a Black woman like my mother, and I love who my father is, and I love both sides of me,” she told Skin Deep’s Kathleen Cross.

Cameron Diaz








Cameron is of Cuban, English, German and Cherokee ancestry. She says: “My Latin roots are very strong. All my life, because I’m blonde and blue-eyed, people who aren’t Hispanic can’t believe I am. And people who are Hispanic always think I’m not, because I don’t look like them. Being Latin is part of who I am and I bring that part to every role.”

Shemar Moore








One of the hottest men alive, Shemar Moore is best known for his role as Derek Morgan in Criminal Minds. He has a Caucasian mother and African American father. On his official website, Moore wrote: “My mother is white and my father is black. They didn’t want me to have to pick a side – my black side or my white side. They felt I deserved to embrace both. I am well aware, especially in this country, that I am perceived and viewed as a black man because of the color of my skin. I am extremely proud to be black and of my heritage. Yet I am just as proud to embrace the white side of me. In a perfect world, my wish is for people to see past color stereotypes and simply look at the character and personality of a person.”

Jessica Alba








Jessica’s father is a second-generation Mexican-American and her mother has Danish and French ancestry. She is a popular actress and a successful business woman today, but things were tough for young Jessica, back when she was in school. She said: “I was bullied really badly at school.My dad had to walk me there so I didn’t get attacked. I’d eat my lunch in the nurses’ office so I didn’t have to sit with the other girls. I’d get beaten up and picked on all the time. It was about being different and not fitting in. Apart from my being mixed-race, my parents didn’t have money, so I never had the cute clothes or the cool backpack.”


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