Ariel Winter

20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Arrivals

Winter in 2014, photo by PrPhotos

Birth Name: Ariel Winter Workman

Place of Birth: Fairfax, Virginia, U.S.

Date of Birth: January 28, 1998

*father – German, English, as well as remote French Huguenot
*mother – Greek

Ariel Winter, born Ariel Winter Workman, is an American actress, singer, and model. She is known for playing Alex Dunphy on the sitcom Modern Family, for her voice-over performances on the animated shows Phineas and Ferb and Sofia the First, and for her roles in the films One Missed Call, Speed Racer, Duress, Opposite Day (2009), The Chaperone, Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred, Excision, the Batman: The Dark Knight Returns animated films, as the voice of Carrie Kelley / Robin; Mr. Peabody & Sherman, Safelight, and The Last Movie Star.

She is the daughter of Chrisoula and Jimmy Workman, and the sister of actors Jimmy Workman and Shanelle Workman. Her father has German, English, and remote French Huguenot, ancestry. Her mother’s family is Greek.

Ariel’s paternal grandfather is Charles Mckinley Workman (the son of Frederick M. “Fred” Workman and Florence Belle Alder). Charles was born in West Virginia. Frederick was the son of John Quincy Adams Workman and Priscilla Arvilla Gross. Florence was the daughter of William Robert Alder and Hannah Caroline Lewis.

Ariel’s paternal grandmother is named Friederike Maria Konigseder.

Ariel’s maternal grandfather is named James Batistas Batistas. James was of Greek origin.

Ariel’s maternal grandmother is named Helen G. Aronis (the daughter of George Aronis and Marie). Helen was born in Neapoli, Greece.

Source: Genealogy of Ariel Winter –

28 Responses

  1. hesh123 says:

    Belongs in jail for what she did

  2. hesh123 says:

    What has she done!!! Her career is over!!!

  3. tttyyy says:

    I’m surprised that there’s so many Greeks

  4. Nikki says:

    her mom is not fully greek

  5. J.J. says:

    correction; her eyes are hazel not dark brown

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