Birth Name: Corinne Marie Foxx
Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California, United States
Date of Birth: February 15, 1994
*father – African-American
*mother – German, some Scottish, English, and Swiss-German
Corinne Foxx is an American model and actress. She is one of the stars of the film 47 Meters Down: Uncaged. She is the daughter of Connie, a military veteran, and actor, singer, songwriter, and comedian Jamie Foxx.
Corinne’s father is African-American. Her mother is of German, and some Scottish, English, and Swiss-German, ancestry.
Corinne’s paternal grandfather is named Shahid Abdula. Shahid was born Darrell Bishop, and changed his name after converting to Islam.
Corinne’s paternal grandmother is Louise Annette Talley. Louise was adopted by Mark Talley and Estelle Marie Nelson, who later also adopted Corinne’s father.
Corinne’s maternal grandfather is Henry J. Kline (the daughter of Leo C. Kline and Agnes Lillian Eberz). Leo was born in Pennsylvania, to German parents. Agnes was the daughter of Henry Joseph Eberz, who was German, and of Agnes Philomena Buchmann, who was born in Ohio, to a Swiss-born father and to a mother of German descent.
Corinne’s maternal grandmother is Barbara Rausch (the daughter of Charles Lewis Rausch and Eva Faye Mash). Charles was the son of Adelbert B. Rausch and Charlotte J. Green. Eva was the daughter of Charles Ross Mash and Sylvia Lewis/Lucy Russell.
Sources: Corinne’s maternal great-grandparents, Leo C. Kline and Agnes Lillian Eberz, on the 1930 U.S. Census – https://www.familysearch.org
Corinne’s maternal great-grandmother, Agnes Lillian Eberz, on the 1910 U.S. Census – https://www.familysearch.org
Marriage record of Corinne’s maternal great-great-grandparents, Adelbert B. Rausch and Charlotte J. Green – https://www.familysearch.org
Genealogies of Corinne’s maternal great-grandmother, Eva Faye Mash – https://www.ancestry.com
Why was Jewish replaced with German?
This is her, “Ethnicity: Middle Eastern American. Religion: Jewish”
I removed Jewish because she’s not Jewish.
That site is terribly wrong because it only comes to conclusions based on some data it finds about the person on the internet. I’ve seen black people described as Caucasian on that site.
I’ve seen black people described as Caucasian on that site
Are you talking about Fuzzybear?
Well if Bablah is referring to me, I’m not wrong
Oh. I had never visited the site before I found Connie on there with Google. I’ll avoid it from now on then.