Dyllan Christopher

by madman on February 19, 2018

Dyllan Christopher – 16th Annual Dances with Films Festival – “Broken Glass” Premiere – Arrivals and Q&A – TCL Chinese Theatre – Hollywood, CA, USA – Photo Credit: Eric Blumanhourst / PRPhotos.com

Birth Name: Dyllan Christopher Fernandez

Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California, United States

Date of Birth: December 12, 1991

Ethnicity: Cuban-Puerto Rican-Spanish and Basque (paternal grandfather), English, Danish, Irish, Scottish, Dutch, Welsh, German

Dyllan Christopher is an American actor.

His great-uncle is musician Augie Rey (Augie Rey Fernandez). Augie is said to have Puerto Rican, Cuban, French, and Chinese ancestry.

Dyllan’s paternal grandfather was William Fernandez (the son of Guillermo/William Ismael Fernandez and Lucretia/Lucretea Colon/Robles). Dyllan’s grandfather William was born in New York, to a Cuban father and a Puerto Rican mother. Guillermo was the son of Miguel Angel Periquet, who was a Basque, from Spain, and of Melitina Fernandez. Lucretia was Puerto Rican, and was the daughter of Juan Colon y Martinez and Adelaida/Adelaide Ramirez/Ramerez Colon.

Source: Genealogy of Dyllan Christopher (focusing on his father’s side) – https://www.geni.com

{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

madman August 3, 2018 at 3:30 pm

So his other ancestries besides his grandfather’s are discovered?

madman October 11, 2018 at 2:20 pm

Could I ask this again? Why is there so many ethnicities listed when they aren’t documented in the text?

follers October 11, 2018 at 3:20 pm

They’re in the geni reference. I think that’s good enough for now. Dyllan Christopher hasn’t acted in five years and may never act again. When I was adding it, I didn’t think it was necessary to get into the weeds here, other than his famous relative’s genealogy.

madman October 11, 2018 at 4:14 pm

But why though? Doesn’t this site exist so that people can look up celebrities’ ancestries, no matter how famous? It’s strange to have a different standard for detail depending on how relevant or well known they are. It’s also not like we can only list a limited number of grandparents in total. You’ve also talked about people criticizing Ethnicelebs credibility in the past, mainly because you used to link Wikipedia as a source. Isn’t it very uncredible to have a profile containing information that isn’t specified in the text, with a source that isn’t accessable?

andrew October 12, 2018 at 4:49 am

I would change to:

*Cuban, Puerto Rican (paternal grandfather), other

madman February 20, 2018 at 2:24 am

I don’t think his Hispanic ancestors were only of Spanish descent. They are listed as white on censuses, but this is his great-uncle. Surely he must have some African ancestry.

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