The Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors (HOLA), the nation’s longest running active arts advocacy organization for Latino actors, honored Obie and Emmy winner Héctor Elizondo (“Last Man Standing”, "Chicago Hope"), five-time Tony nominee Danny Burstein (Cabaret), Ana Ortiz (“Ugly Betty”), Bianca Marroquín (Chicago), Pedro Pascal (“Game of Thrones”), Cierra Ramírez (“The Fosters”) and WNBC-TV anchor Sibila Vargas at the Fifteenth Annual HOLA Awards Gala and Benefit Oct. 13 at 6:30 PM.
Several awards were be presented during the evening, which tookplace at the Battery Gardens (opposite 17 State Street).
Danny Burstein, Bianca Marroquin, Ana Ortiz and More at the Fifteenth Annual HOLA Awards
Elizondo received the 2014 Rita Moreno HOLA Award for Excellence, Burstein and Ortiz received the 2014 HOLA José Ferrer Tespis Award, Marroquín received the 2014 Raúl Juliá HOLA Founders Award, Pascal received the HOLA Excellence in Television Award, Ramírez received the HOLA Emerging Artist Award and HOLA presented its Excellence in Media Award to WNBC-TV anchor Sibila Vargas.
HOLA also honored, "the best of Latino theater in New York with noncompetitive awards encompassing multiple winners in each category."
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