Come Cinco de Mayo, many folks want to celebrate the heritage and culture of Mexico, with DIY margaritas, tacos, pi帽atas,聽and the like. For several famous faces in Hollywood, the celebration of Mexican culture聽extends far beyond May 5, however 鈥 they celebrate their heritage all year round. You鈥檙e likely aware that celebs such as Salma Hayek, Selena Gomez, and Eva Longoria have roots in Mexican heritage, as they speak about it in the press frequently, but there聽are a few other celebs who have reason to celebrate today, as well. Here are some celebs you may not know have Mexican heritage.

1. Uma Thurman: Perhaps the most surprising on our list is Uma Thurman.聽Thurman鈥檚 mother was born in Mexico City, Mexico and spent much of her childhood there. (Photo via Evan Agostini/Getty)

2. Jessica Alba: Alba has penned a聽piece on how proud she is of聽her Mexican roots聽for POPSUGAR. 鈥淕rowing up in California, in my grandmother鈥檚 house, surrounded by t铆as, t铆os, and all my cousins, I always felt a deep connection to my Mexican-American roots,鈥 she wrote. It鈥檚 a feeling she hopes to pass down to her children, as well. 鈥淚 want my girls to embrace their Latina roots, know how much we have contributed to this country, and understand that the road ahead is richer when we acknowledge and embrace our culture.鈥 (Photo via Christopher Polk/Getty)

3. Fergie: Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie is extremely 鈥減roud to be part Mexican鈥 鈥 something聽she gets from her great-grandmother on her father鈥檚 side. 鈥淚鈥檓 one of a growing number of Hispanics in America, but you wouldn鈥檛 necessarily know it,鈥 the singer told Glamour. 鈥淭his is becoming the norm, and it鈥檚 the beauty of our melting pot.鈥 (Photo via Jason Merritt/Getty)

4. Demi Lovato: We got a glimpse at Lovato鈥檚 heritage when she posted some of her DNA results on Twitter (along with one rather controversial Tweet). 鈥淚鈥檓 mainly Spanish, with Native American, SCANDANAVIAN (which I had no idea), Irish, British鈥︹ the 鈥淐onfident鈥 singer wrote. But she鈥檚 also Mexican, as her father hails from Mexican descent. (Photo via Jesse Grant/Getty)

5. Alexis Bledel: Yup, our beloved Gilmore聽Girl is of Mexican descent! Though she may spar in English with TV mom Lorelai, when it comes to her real mom, who was a Guadalajara, Mexico transplant from a very young age, it was all Spanish, all the time 鈥斅燘ledel reportedly didn鈥檛 learn English until she started grade school in Houston, Texas. (Photo via Bryan Bedder/Getty)

6. Stacey Dash: Clueless star Stacey Dash is half Mexican. 鈥淩ight now I鈥檓 learning Spanish because I never learned it growing up,鈥 she told Latina magazine back in 2011, adding, 鈥淚t鈥檚 important that my children speak Spanish.鈥 She, like Alba, places a great importance on remembering where she comes from. 鈥淚t鈥檚 your culture. It鈥檚 who you are. We need diversity,鈥 she said. (Photo via Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty)

7. Nicole Richie: Nicole Richie was adopted at a young age by Lionel Richie, but her biological father, Peter Michael Escavedo (the brother of singer Sheila E.), is Mexican. As aunt Sheila E. told Latina magazine, Richie didn鈥檛 grow up speaking Spanish, but 鈥淪he knows what she is鈥t鈥檚 in her blood.鈥 (Photo via Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty)

8. Kat Von D: Kat Von D is native to the country that gave us our obsession with margs, having been birthed in Montemoreles, Nuevo Le贸n, Mexico, where her dad was working as a missionary doctor. Her family came聽to America when Von D was just a child, but she hasn鈥檛 forgotten her history, sharing her story in light of the wall President Trump announced plans for post-election. 鈥淔unny to think I didn鈥檛 know a word of English then,鈥 she wrote on a childhood photo of herself. 鈥淎nd it would be another 10 years before I become a US citizen.鈥 (Photo via Jack Taylor/Getty)

9. Lupita Nyong鈥橭: While some have disputed Nyong鈥橭鈥檚 right to claim Mexican heritage聽despite being born in the country, as she left before her first birthday, it鈥檚 one that she claims proudly, having returned to the country at 16 to learn more about its culture. 鈥淚 am Mexican and Kenyan at the same time,鈥 the Oscar-winner declared on the red carpet. 鈥淚 have seen they are fighting over my nationality, but I insist I am Mexican-Kenyan and I am fascinated by tacos with roasted meat.鈥 Case. Closed. (Photo via Jason Merritt/Getty)

10. Hilary Swank: The Oscar-winner鈥檚 grandmother on her mother鈥檚 side, Frances Martha Dominiguez, was of Mexican descent, and she鈥檚 proud of her heritage. (Photo via Frederick M. Brown/Getty)

Which celeb鈥檚 Mexican heritage surprised you the most? Tell us over @BritandCo.

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