Hispanophile (Spanish: hispanófilo) is a word with two meanings. The first meaning refers to a person who is fond of Spain, its people, or its cultures, and it can also be the corresponding adjective. The second meaning generalizes the first one to all Spanish-speaking countries. Its opposite is Hispanophobia.
Theodore Roosevelt - Before he became President of the United States he was a part of the Rough Riders who helped free Cuba from Spanish rule (the popular drink Cuba Libre was invented around this time). He also traveled throughout Brazil in the Roosevelt-Rondon Scientific Expedition.