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Martin Sheen (born Ramón Estévez, 1940) is the son of a Spanish father and an Irish mother.

Jimmy Smits (briefly his replacement as seen in the final episodes) was born in 1955. His father was of Surinamese (Dutch Guiana) descent and his mother was Puerto Rican.

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