Nolan Guerra Fernandez is a Cuban cutie you will want to know. He seems mysterious, but that could just be because not much is known about this actor with a chiseled jaw, almond eyes, and golden brown skin that makes him shimmer in the sun. Nolan makes his onscreen - and Mr. Man debut - when he plays Raúl Ernesto Cruz León in the 2019 film The Wasp Network which is based on the true story of the Miami Five (or the Cuban Five). He plays one of the five Cuban spies who were recruited to go on a mission to Miami to spy on Cuban exiles. The Cuban government - and the five - have insisted ever since that the spy mission was not to spy on the United States government, but solely to spy on anti-Castro groups in Miami's Little Havana community. The mission did not go successfully as the five were imprisoned in America and charged with espionage. But that's the true story behind the movie. We're here for the movie and we are more specifically here for Nolan Guerra Fernandez who sits in the back of a hot taxi cab on the busy Havana streets. He asks the driver if he can take off his shirt and obviously the driver gives him the go-ahead. He slips off his shirt to show off his sleek chest as he's sweating in the backseat. Damn, Nolan, who gave you permission...oh the driver did. That's right. Anyway, he's shirtless again in a scene where he gets questioned by an authority figure. He only wears his underwear, but his hands mostly cover his bulge. We'd love to play strip interrogator with Nolan and ask him to take off those undies!