Sara Paxton

by ethnic on April 23, 2009

Place of Birth: Woodland Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States

Date of Birth: April 25, 1988

*father – Irish, Scottish, English, very distant French (convert to Judaism)
*mother – Mexican [Spanish and Dutch Jewish, some German and Chilean] (born into the Jewish faith)

Sara Paxton is an American actress, singer, and model.

Sara’s father, Steven Ray “Steve” Paxton, is of Irish, Scottish, English, and very distant French, descent. Steven is a convert to Judaism.

Sara’s mother, Lucía (Menchaca Zuckerman), was born and raised in Mexico. Lucía was raised Jewish. Lucía’s maternal grandfather was a Dutch Jewish immigrant, while the rest of her family is of Mexican ancestry, along with 1/16th German and 1/16th Chilean. Lucía’s maternal grandmother almost certainly converted to Judaism when marrying her grandfather, and Lucía’s father, who was buried in a Jewish ceremony, almost certainly converted to Judaism when marrying her mother.

Sara was raised Jewish.

Sara stated in an interview that she is able to speak some Spanish, but not fluently. She also mentioned that her mother stopped speaking to her in English to make her learn Spanish.

Sara’s paternal grandfather is Raymond Emery Paxton (the son of Russell McQuiston Paxton and Vita Marie Gerard). Raymond was born in Colorado. Russell was the son of James Emory Paxton and Eva Carolyn McQuiston. Vita was the daughter of Charles Raymond/Ray Gerard and Carrie May Warner.

Sara’s paternal grandmother is Barbara Lou Layne (the daughter of Lewis Libourn Layne and Beulah Bunch). Barbara was born in California. Lewis was the son of William Howard Layne and Maude/Maud Lewis. Beulah was the daughter of Earnest C. Bunch and Florence M. Inman.

Sara’s maternal grandfather was Rafael Menchaca Villareal (the son of Eduardo Menchaca Constancia and Jesusita [also known as María de Jesús] Villarreal Guerra). Sara’s grandfather Rafael was born in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila. Eduardo was born in Jiménez, Coahuila, the son of Rafael Menchaca de la Garza and Gabina Constancia Rubio. Jesusita was also born in Jiménez, Coahuila, the daughter of Anacleto Villarreal Villarreal and Victoriana Guerra Martínez.

Sara’s maternal grandmother is María Guadalupe Zuckerman Riebeling (the daughter of Max/Moisés K. Zuckerman and Carolina Riebeling y García Conde). Sara’s grandmother María Guadalupe was born in Puebla, Puebla. Sara’s great-grandfather Max was a Dutch Jewish immigrant. Sara’s great-grandmother Carolina was born in Mexico City, the daughter of Clemente Ricardo Riebeling/Rievelig Rivera and Teresa García Conde y Albiano. Ricardo’s father, Manuel Ernest Riebeling, was a German emigrant, from Kassel, and Ricardo’s mother, Dolores Rivera Jiménez, was a Chilean immigrant. Albiano is usually an Italian surname; it is not clear if Sara’s Albiano line was of Italian origin.

Sara is apparently a seventh cousin of actor Bill Paxton, through their apparent six times great-grandparents, Agnes and Samuel Paxton.

Sources: Article on Sara’s Jewish background (2007) –

Genealogy of Sara Paxton –

Genealogy of Sara Paxton (focusing on her father’s side) –

Marriage record of Sara’s paternal grandparents, Raymond Emery Paxton and Barbara Lou Layne –

Genealogy of Sara’s paternal grandfather, Raymond Emery Paxton (focusing on his father’s side) –

Genealogy of Sara’s paternal great-grandfather, Russell McQuiston Paxton –

Genealogy of Sara’s paternal great-grandmother, Beulah Bunch –

Birth record of Sara’s mother –

Birth record of Sara’s maternal grandfather, Rafael Menchaca Villareal –

Obituary of Sara’s maternal grandfather, Rafael Menchaca Villareal –

Birth record of Sara’s maternal great-great-grandfather, Rafael Menchaca de la Garza –

Birth record of Sara’s maternal great-grandmother, Jesusita [also known as María de Jesús] Villarreal Guerra –

Baptismal record of Sara’s maternal great-grandmother, Carolina Riebeling y García Conde –

Baptismal record of Sara’s maternal great-great-grandfather, Clemente Ricardo Riebeling Rivera –

Death record of Sara’s maternal great-great-grandmother, Teresa (García Conde y Albiano) Riebeling –

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Adamina September 15, 2016 at 7:57 pm

She is very gorgeous. She kinda looks like Barbie to me

Kimmel June 9, 2016 at 8:42 pm

Very interesting.

allennox April 25, 2016 at 12:40 am

Her ethnic makeup just doesn’t add up she looks to Nordic for those types of backgrounds mentioned up there.And when it comes to other celebrities ethniticities like Cameron diaz they put on her Cuban side Spanish.But they don’t put what side her Mexican is Spanish indigenious dare I say even African.Like for example menchaca is basque so maybe she has some basque and please don’t come up with that theyre jewish cause only one of them is was jewish the rest had Spanish last names with the exception of riebeling and albiano which come from Germany and Italy repectively but the rest of her ‘hispanic’ ancestors were Mexican born and Chilean with Spanish surnames but again they don’t put down whether theyre Spanish or mestizo I mean they have church records don’t they it just sounds suspicious to me.Where henry louis gates wheres George lopez with those dna tests I can guarantee you she has some sort of scandanavian blood.

allennox January 25, 2016 at 9:41 am

Theres no it can be it is of italian origin theres no hispanic ppl with this surname.

Manila January 25, 2016 at 4:58 am

ADDITION: Ricardo (PLEASE, DON’T CALL HIM CLEMENTE) Riebeling’s father, Manuel Ernest Riebeling, was a German immigrant, from Kassel. Ricardo’s mother, Dolores Rivera Jiménez, was a Chilean immigrant.

Manila January 25, 2016 at 4:16 am

CORRECTION: Rafael Menchaca Garza -> Rafael Menchaca de la Garza

I have found his birth record:

allennox January 24, 2016 at 9:03 pm
allennox January 24, 2016 at 8:07 pm

Albiano is an Italian surname

Manila January 24, 2016 at 6:32 pm

María de Jesús Villareal Guerra -> Jesusita (also known as María de Jesús) Villarreal Guerra

Anacleto Villareal and Victoriana Guerra -> Anacleto Villarreal Villarreal and Victoriana Guerra Martínez

I have found María’s birth record –

Ricardo Riebeling and Teresa García Conde -> Clemente Ricardo Riebeling Rivera and Teresa García Conde y Albiano

Ricardo’s baptismal record –

Teresa’s death record –

qutsflyd August 26, 2015 at 7:35 am

Some comments here are just…amazing. For god’s sake…
Guys, it’s true that mexican is not a race, but a nacionality. ANYWAY, there are SO many people with native blood in them who are white still.
My cousin , for example, he has distant native ranquel ancestry, around 6%. Yet, he’s pale and blonde. Just like this girl.
You will get your looks mostly from your parents, and partially from your gradparents. If you have 97% white and 3% native ancestry….where you think you got your looks from? The 3%? No. Be logical.
The racial admixture fades away after 15% or less ancestry of a certain “race”. If you hace less than that percentage, you can’t count that admixture as your own, is in your genotype, yes, but it doesn’t show in your phenotype (which determines your physical features)

cwm85 July 18, 2015 at 1:51 pm

Obviously very little Mexican…

ashash July 20, 2015 at 8:24 pm

I thought she was half Ashkenazi Jewish, but she is 3/8 Mexican mestiza.

marjanel February 27, 2016 at 8:49 pm

How do you know that their ancestors were mestizos? You did a dna test?

Manila July 18, 2015 at 7:33 am

Sara’s maternal grandparents were Rafael Villareal Menchaca and Maria Zuckerman.
Sara’s maternal grandfather was Rafael Menchaca Villareal (the son of Eduardo Menchaca Constancia and María de Jesús Villareal Guerra). He was born in Ciudad Acuña, Coahuila. Eduardo was born in Jiménez, Coahuila to Rafael Menchaca Garza and Gabina Constancia Rubio. María was also born in Jiménez, Coahuila to Anacleto Villareal and Victoriana Guerra.

Sara’s maternal grandmother was María Guadalupe Zuckerman Riebeling (the daughter of Max K. Zuckerman and Carolina Riebeling y García Conde). María was born in Puebla, Puebla. Max was a Dutch Jewish immigrant. Carolina was born in Mexico City to Ricardo Riebeling and Teresa García Conde.

Additional Sources:
* Birth record of Sara’s mother:,205038401
* Birth record of Sara’s maternal grandfather:,1025566401
* Baptismal record of Sara’s maternal great-grandmother, Carolina Riebeling García:

I cannot find her maternal grandmother’s birth record because the latest birth record in Puebla, Puebla released for public inspection was in 1930 while she was born in c. 1932.
If anyone can trace the marriage record or children of Max Zuckerman and Carolina Rieheling, please start looking at the index in Puebla, Puebla from 1929 downwards in births and marriages (I have already searched throughout 1930 births and marriages in Puebla, Puebla, and I found nothing).

Manila July 18, 2015 at 7:52 am

The surname Riebeling is of German origin, where Johannes (later Juan) Riebeling moved from Kassel, Hesse to Mexico and married Luisa Olmedo. I am not sure yet if Ricardo Riebeling was Clemente Ricardo Riebeling Rivera. I have still to find his marriage record or his children’s birth/baptismal records with grandparents’ names to verify the relationship.

follers July 18, 2015 at 1:49 pm

Thank you. Do you have any more information on this family’s religion? Records of whether they married in Jewish ceremonies?

Sara’s maternal grandfather was buried in a Jewish cemetery, so it is almost certain that he converted to Judaism. I would assume her maternal great-grandmother converted to Judaism as well.

Manila July 18, 2015 at 4:25 am

CORRECTION: Lucia (Menchaca) -> Lucía (Menchaca Zuckerman)

Manila July 18, 2015 at 4:28 am

Steve Paxton -> Steven Ray “Steve” Paxton

Additional source:

misscheergirly June 13, 2014 at 6:32 pm

She is beautiful. I jugs watched a movie the other day that she stared in

misscheergirly May 31, 2014 at 5:22 pm

She is so pretty

balkanboy March 9, 2014 at 5:03 am

Her mom is probably Sephardic jew

ihatemostpeople February 23, 2014 at 1:40 pm

Ok so it’s obvious her mom was a white Mexican. Even most Castizos look more “ethnic” than her.

andrew February 23, 2014 at 3:58 pm


The Mexican thing is not relevant, even though I know it’s “cool” for you

ihatemostpeople February 23, 2014 at 5:54 pm

Cool for me? What the hell are you talking about?

ihatemostpeople February 23, 2014 at 5:55 pm

LMAO @ dumbasses who talk shit on the internet, but are coward ass bitches in real life.

ihatemostpeople February 23, 2014 at 5:56 pm

This message was to that asshole “andrew” btw.

andrew February 25, 2014 at 7:39 am

her mom family is Jewish BUT from Mexico

billErobreren December 15, 2013 at 3:02 am

Mexican Jewish?! Sephardic, then?

follers December 15, 2013 at 3:08 am

I think her maternal grandfather may have been Sephardi. But her maternal grandmother was named Maria Zuckerman, so she was surely Ashkenazi.

Alexander King December 14, 2013 at 3:34 pm

I am a mexican. Mexican is a nationality, not a race. Mexicans are predominantly mestizo (85%), but there are also large numbers of unmixed whites (9% – usually the richest and the elite) and unmixed indigenous peoples (5%). The rest are afro mexicans and asians.
Mestizos can range from 1% indigenous and 99% european, to the other way around. On average mestizos from the north are more european and less indigenous, and the other way around in the south. Most mestizos are spanish+amerindian but other mixes are present as well. Most whites are of Spanish descent, but there are also large French, German and Irish communities. I am a second generation mexican, meaning my parents were born here as well but my grandparents are all foreign (Spanish and Scottish). Most jews in Mexico are Azkhenazi, or European, but Sephardic and Arab jews are also present.

JasonBaker October 16, 2013 at 8:43 am

Jewish Mexican? This was the very first time I read that ethnicity lol… Her Mexican ancestors are probably 100% Caucasian [possibly Spanish].

follers October 16, 2013 at 1:29 pm

Sara’s mother is from a Jewish family.

andrew December 2, 2013 at 2:08 pm
naomi January 14, 2012 at 2:08 pm

guys not all mexicans are dark skin with black hair and eyes, mexicans come in all variety . my grandpa has light blond hair and light skin with green eyes and is 6’3 and hes fully mexican !

Jacos February 4, 2012 at 4:07 pm

dipshit not all mexicans are dark yes mexican it not only a race it’s a place and it you’re from there thats what you are like a black person from italy their black yes but italian from birth place u’re not depicked from where u’re from always duhhh and people look different of course all mexicans don’t have black eyes i’ve never seen a mexican have black eyes black hair yes but the eyes are brown no human being has black eye that i can recognize sorry

theropod October 12, 2013 at 1:23 am

Mexicans are either native or European, so “full Mexican” doesn’t make sense. That’s like saying that someone is full South African or full Canadian – they are all descended form foreign countries (unless if they’re native).

Obviously your grandfather was a European, like a Spaniard, who moved to Mexico (or his ancestors did).

hanna December 1, 2013 at 1:55 am

I was born in Mexico and I have light skin dark hair and blue eyes! I agree mexican is not a race.

@jason baker! most mexicans are spanish. read a history book for once

the punisher December 1, 2013 at 1:03 pm

That’s not true most Mexicans are Native American a few of them are Spanish

JasonBaker December 1, 2013 at 1:23 pm

What do you mean, @hanna? I said that her ancestors are probably Spanish. LOL

follers December 1, 2013 at 2:26 pm

“Zuckerman” isn’t a Spanish surname.

JasonBaker December 2, 2013 at 8:20 am

Villareal [although the correct spelling would be Villarreal] is a Spanish surname.

follers December 2, 2013 at 9:53 am

Yes. Her grandfather may be a Sephardi Jew.

Emm December 12, 2011 at 9:36 pm

There are plenty of Mexican Jews in Mexico! All mexicans are mixed with Spanish meaning Spain, or Germen, franch, Mexican indginouse! It’s hard to tell what we are mixed with! Sure you could tell somewhat just by looking at someone, but not in depth. Depends whatt part of Mexico you are from and it verys from one state to the next. I’m Mexican American born and raised in California. I’m 5 7 dirty blonde hair and have green eyes. Everyone in my family has colored eyes. when they ask me where I’m from I always say Mexican or hispainic, but if I want to identify myself with where my parents are from I say Mexican! I’m proud to have a deep seated cluture tying threw my Vains!!!

P. December 13, 2011 at 2:25 am

No, not all Mexicans are mixed (mestizo). The majority are but some are fully white and others fully Indigenous or even Asian and African descent. So not all Mexicans are mixed, hun.

Roger March 5, 2012 at 11:43 pm

Actually, you’re wrong. Mexicans are genetically 90% mixed. Mainly mestizo.

marjanel February 27, 2016 at 8:52 pm

Have you done a DNA test to ALL mexicans?

Roger March 5, 2012 at 11:47 pm

Jews in Mexico are only 2% of the population. You’re wrong.

marjanel February 27, 2016 at 8:52 pm

Still being Mexicans.

Lisa November 23, 2011 at 8:20 pm

Why are you people complaining about if she’s mexican or not ? She is , just because her skin is white doesn’t mean she can’t be mexican. Look at Cameron Diaz, she’s Half Cuban but her skin color is white because she’s also Scottish and some other things. So just because her skin color or hair is not like a mexicans skin color and hair is, doesn’t mean she’s not mexican.

Gael Belmonte September 1, 2011 at 10:43 pm

Sorry for the long paragraph, but I am already annoyed. I think a lot of people are confused of what being Mexican is. First of all, Mexican is not a race, it is a nationality. Mexico has many different ethnicities from all over the world. The term Mexico or Mexican did not exist until after Mexico’s independence. The name Mexico was given to the country as a tribute to the natives who went by the name mexica (me-shica) pronounced like that. However just because they adopted the name, it really has nothing to do with anything related to the indigenous culture, the mexica or others it’s just a name, because they could of easily called it Argentina. Besides, Mexica was change to a Spanish term by adding an o and a j where the x is now. But México changed the j to an x because it looked better that way, more exotic. I will admit that Mexicans the majority are tanner but it has to do with Mexican’s Mediterranean European roots not the Aztecs or Mayans however they could have some blood from them and plus México is geographically mountainous that they are way higher above sea level and get more sunrays and tan easier. I myself being Mexican American have thought people of a certain look are Mexican because that is what American media has brainwashed us to believe, to the point that we believe instead of what we know ourselves. I just looked at my family and friends and the people in my town in Texas where everyone is Mexican American, and everyone in my town does not look like the ones crossing the border, then I realized the ones crossing the borders are pure indigenous Mexican’s who are another type of brown color and shorter in stature. While the people in my town are light skin and some dark skin (tanned) in the sense of tanning but there facial features are not indigenous or black there European/white and are probably mestizos but predominantly European ancestry. Also it is known the more of one type of people (genes) washes out the other type of peoples genes race in other words or ethnicity. Another stereotypical way I thought people were Mexican was by their last name. If they have a Spanish last name, that was how I knew they were Mexican, however there were those who had different non Spanish last names, but who still considered themselves Mexican and it’s because they had different ancestry that was not just Spanish, but had Italian, German, French, Greek, English, Irish, Russian, and so on. Some were even pure Italian and pure German and not one ounce of Spanish ancestry but are still Mexican. So in my mind I thought they were white not Mexican or half white and half Mexican one of the other. Since I used to think Mexican’s or Mexican American’s were not white, once again thanks to the American media and people like George Lopez and activist. Then, they told me they did not considered themselves white, and growing up as Mexican American not being from México, there is an out of touch basis with what Mexican’s from México are taught and how they think compared to Mexican American’s of what we are taught and how we think. In other words we Mexican American’s are lost. Only knowing that has been passed down to us and out of touch from what is going on or what went on in México. We have been told not by our parents, but by hearing comedians like George Lopez who does not even look like me at all, and activists I guess the ones who picket who tend to speak for everyone and make us all believe their way. But I look at my skin and I am white, not like George Lopez who is more indigenous, so we get brainwashed by our own so called people. Then I find out I have Italian, German, Spanish and English and French. The fact is we are a melting pot, but do not know it. We are Mexican of all colors not just the so called brown color. My aunt is blonde and grandmother, my mom is a brunette and my hair is dirty blonde, but I speak Spanish and so does everyone in town. Even though I have all those ethnicities running through me and the same with everyone in my town and neighboring towns, even in México, we are all still Mexican’s and Mexican American’s. Where we speak Spanish not Italian or German so even though all those ethnicities are in us the one we hold most of all is the Mexican one. By the way the true meaning of La raza means uniting the Mexican people together under the Mexican flag, whether we are white, indigenous or black or Asian which do exist Mexican Asians and Mexican Africans. It’s like when the USA used to use the term the American race even though we all had different backgrounds. So don’t get brainwashed by our own ignorant Mexican American’s who probably have never stepped inside México and American media who are very bias.

Nicole August 30, 2011 at 7:01 pm

You really don’t seem to understand, duuude then most of us (mexicans) are really not mexicans but Spanish (from Spain)….

For all of you Mexican is more a thing of nationality and proudness, I have classmates who’s parents are from Europe and they (my friends) were born in Mexico, and when you call them European they get all pissed cuz they say the are MEXICANS.

And at last I really thing that it’s just a matter of prejudice and NOTABLE lack of travelling saying that Mexicans can’t have blue eyes and white skin, well Hello My mom is mexican my dad is mexican all my family is mexican, I have blond hair and green eyes :)

Anonymous March 5, 2012 at 9:49 pm

Most Mexicans are mestizos, not Spanish. Don’t take it as an offense, take it as a compliment. I’m happier being a mestizo than if I was pure Spanish. If we were pure European, we’d be kinda bland like the Argentineans.

rage August 20, 2011 at 12:18 pm

all you fucking idiots saying she is not part Mexican are fucking dumb asses, when are you ignorant fucks going to learn that Mexican is not a race but a nationality. saying she isn’t part Mexican is like telling a black man born in the US he is not American

SparkleTime December 3, 2011 at 2:14 am

Don’t mind them. They actually think Mexican is a race.

Delnegro August 7, 2011 at 6:08 pm

All ya dumb ass bitches stfu

Person August 7, 2011 at 6:06 pm

Her mom is not Mexican. People are Mexican in blood. That’s like saying a person from Asia or somthin is full on white. Their not right. The same thing applies to Mexico so don’t think it’s different in Mexico.

marjanel November 2, 2015 at 7:26 pm

First,your logic is stupid.If Mexicans are only Mexican by blood.Most mexicans are not complete mexicans because most of them are mixed have blood from another places like Europe.Also ,according to your logic Americans are not Americans them?you can’t compare México with China,different history,migration etc.Second,how do you know that Sara’s mother have not Mexican blood,it seems that her family has a long history in México,and they are not different from the rest of Mexicana.I doubt that Sara’s mother and Mexicans Will agree with you

ChicaBaibeee June 3, 2011 at 5:31 pm

No no no she is 100% Mexican!! It says so, she is Mexican! She just dyed her hair! No English there! Y don’t ppl get itt??

Paul. June 4, 2011 at 10:00 am

Her mother is Mexican, her father isn’t. He’s American of Irish, Scottish and English descent. And I don’t think she dyes her hair.. if she does, she’s probably just a darker blonde and lightens that. Her eyebrows are blonde.

Donatella June 5, 2011 at 2:27 am

U r just a racist!!! also btw she has a little native american
So back of hater!

Paul. June 5, 2011 at 12:26 pm


great May 18, 2011 at 12:16 am

don’t get what’s the big deal. there’s white people in mexico. there’s light skin mestizos and darker mestizos and pure native mexicans. it’s not that hard to understand people. Sara obvious is of pure european decent. which makes her white/caucasian.

zachary de la vina May 17, 2011 at 6:17 pm

dude her mom is from mexico
besides in mexico there are a lot of blonde, blue eyed people who are not jewish :p
my grandma was a very blonde, green eyed mexican( she looked irish) and she’s been mexican all her life lol
and beside some people like melina lombardi are racist cuz she cant accept than sara’s mom is mexican
just look at alexis bledel she’s mexican and she’s white
beside she has not told that her mom was only raised in mexico it says her mom is mexican of jewish descent

Richard Fiorello May 17, 2011 at 11:43 pm

It says it in an editor article and here.. beside, who cares..

Marc May 8, 2011 at 8:00 am

You wouldn’t have go to very north to find blondhaired and fair as you think.
it’s very comically to see how people attribute Sara Paxton to Latinamericans or Verynorth )))

P. December 13, 2011 at 2:27 am

Don’t be ignorant man. Many Latin Americans are white/of European descent. Do you Americans know anything about the world outside of your country? You seem to know nothing about race and ethnicity in your own country even.

Maysie April 19, 2011 at 3:25 pm

English people are not that fair lol. She’s seriously blue eyed, blonde haired and fair. You’d have to go very far north in the world to find that kind of colouring.

Nathan Tisdale Mottram May 22, 2011 at 1:21 pm

:S english people clearly are fair a typical english person is born with blonde hair and blue eyes its very odd if one isnt im english natural blonde blue eyes very pale skin i use fake tan which alot of english people do

Melanie Lombardi February 5, 2011 at 3:45 pm

I don’t even think she’s Mexican, just because her mom was born and raised in Mexico doesn’t mean she’s Mexican. That’s like saying if a black person is born in Italy that automatically makes then African American-Italian, no their not. Their just black.

yjhhhj February 6, 2011 at 4:23 pm

That Does Men Shes Mexican Cuz Her Mom Was BORN There And RAISED So Her Whole ChildHood Was In Mexico Son Her Mom Would Be Considered Mexican Which Would Make Sara Half Mexican Get It Now ?

Melanie Lombardi February 6, 2011 at 6:37 pm

No she is not Mexican by blood so she isn’tMexican at all. Will.I.Am has said before he grew up around Mexicans but still considers himself black or whatever he is. Just because you live a certain lifestyle and in a different country that doesn’t change her ethnicity. Unless SP’s mom’s fkd a person of Mexican descent the mom nor SP is any Mexican whatsoever.

Melanie Lombardi February 6, 2011 at 6:39 pm

PLUS, Kobe Bryant was born & raised Italy his first years. Does that make him Italian? Of course fkn not!

Liza February 12, 2011 at 1:58 am

Yeah I definitely agree with you!
I hate it when people think that just because someone was raised in a certain country, they are automatically of that descent.

And there are a lot of non-hispanics who live in Mexico, they aren’t actually considered Mexican..

stupid people.

Richard Fiorello May 17, 2011 at 11:46 pm

You are a douch, that is stupid like saying each nation is a certain race.. some have a majority, but the same thing is in USA.. not everyone is white, and there are other races.. Mexico has the same.. just the majority is mestizo but it also has many other races..

Richard Fiorello May 17, 2011 at 11:55 pm

Besides, Mexican is a nationality only, not a race and not an ethnicity! Kobe is still Italian citizen cause of his rights to that nation. that is his nationality, race black of course or mulatto, and ethnicity multiple in this case..

marjanel November 2, 2015 at 7:30 pm

Sorry but she is.Most of her ancestors have being in México for centuries and have Spanish last names.Also ccording to your logic Americans are not Americans.

Anonymous March 5, 2012 at 9:36 pm

Mexican is a nationality. A black living in the United States is still an American. An Asian living in Mexico is Mexican by nationality. If her mother is Mexican by nationality, all SP has to do is go dow to Mexico and be confirmed as a Mexican citizen. It’s called dual citizenship people.

rosie February 5, 2011 at 3:07 pm

I would of never thought she was mexican but I have seen many mexicans that are blond with blue eyes

Jocelyn December 3, 2011 at 12:20 am

Just because someone doesn’t have that certain “mexican” look doesn’t mean their not mexican or other ethnicity. Mexicans are not darked hair, brown or green eyes. Some are naturally blonde depending on how much native american or european blood they have. Mexicans are a mix of many races, mostly it’s the european, but sometimes it can be asian, african, white, and etc. I hope my comment was helpful

Veronica January 6, 2011 at 2:15 pm

Mother is from Monterrey, Mexico interesting background

wildfireeeeee November 28, 2010 at 10:21 pm

btw, she’s from woodland* hills not woodlawn.
She went to my high school El Camino.

MG September 7, 2010 at 9:24 am

She clearly looks more English that Mexican – there are a lot more blue-eyed blondes in England than Mexico. She also looks like a blonde version of British actress Emily Blunt

Rnadakk September 7, 2010 at 9:48 am

What differentiates someone looking English ahead of Scottish or Irish????

MG September 13, 2010 at 5:48 am

Err, the fact that the Irish and Scots are Celtic. English people are primarily Anglo-Saxon.

Rnadakk September 13, 2010 at 6:34 am

Err, there is no difference in their looks whatsoever.

Laura September 13, 2010 at 5:03 pm

I know right? It sounds so stupid when people say things like “no, he/she looks more swedish than russian”.

yjhhhj February 6, 2011 at 4:24 pm

You Are So Right ! :)

Marc February 11, 2011 at 11:53 pm

In fact most English people are not Anglo-Saxons,they’re Britts-Celtics (genetically) who speak english

yea she was cuz all latin ppl can come out really light w/ light hair and coloured eyes from far descendants:) still i love her soo much, cute girl July 19, 2010 at 11:15 pm
ethnic December 25, 2009 at 9:46 am

Her mother must have been fair skinned.

liz November 1, 2010 at 8:51 pm

her mother’s not mexican anyway, she is a Jew who is from mexico. therefore, Sarah is not really of Mexican ancestry.

Richard Kerr May 17, 2011 at 11:49 pm

her mother is mexican.. she was born there and the same thing applies to people in USA.. they don’t get called french, english, russian, or italian.. they get called french-american, italian-american.. so forth. Truely, her ehtnicity is not, but her nationality and heritage is..

marjanel November 2, 2015 at 7:33 pm

sorry but not all her mum’s ancestry is jewish.Many of her ancestors became jewish to marry.Many of them have Spanish lastname.Also according to your logic Americans are not Americans.

Paul. December 25, 2009 at 4:18 am

Her mother could be one of those blonde-haired blue-eyed Mexicans. I don’t think I can just see English in her.

Nathan Teasdale November 15, 2009 at 12:26 pm

she is very beautiful

Liza February 12, 2011 at 1:55 am

Russian people don’t even look Swedish..

Richard Fiorello May 18, 2011 at 12:03 am

that is a nationality and a part of her heritage.. nothing refered to that, but there are several races everywhere in other countries.. if a person is born in another country they are that of nationality and sometimes ethnicity.. everyone belongs somewhere in the world even if there are issues.. they are several races in mexico.. italian, french,spaniard,german, mestizo, so forth.. they are there, and do show in tv,books, newspapers, and schools..

WTF May 18, 2011 at 5:32 pm

you look like an idiot for responding to something that is months old. she probably doesn’t G.A.F. what you have to say lol. No offense, but it’s the truth.

Wtf May 18, 2011 at 6:05 pm


HEY whoever you are get your own site name,stop stealing mine

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