Cristin Milioti

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Milioti in 2014, photo by

Birth Name: Cristin R. Milioti

Place of Birth: Cherry Hill, New Jersey, U.S.

Date of Birth: August 16, 1985

Ethnicity: Italian (paternal grandfather), Belgian, Czech, Irish, Scottish, English

Cristin Milioti is an American actress and singer.

She is the daughter of Catherine and Clark Milioti. Her father is of Italian [Sicilian and Calabrian] and Belgian ancestry. Her mother is of Czech, Irish, Scottish, and English descent. Milioti can be a Greek surname, but it is Italian in this case.

Cristin’s paternal grandfather was Charles T. Milioti (the son of Vincenzo Milioti and Antonia Repaci). Charles was born in New Jersey, to Italian parents. Vincenzo was from Messina, Siciliy. Antonia was from Melito di Porto Salvo, Reggio di Calabria, Calabria.

Cirstin’s paternal grandmother was Florie Therasse (the daughter of Gustav Therasse and Emilie Jadin). Florie was Belgian, with Walloon roots.

Cristin’s maternal grandfather was John Patrick Kunik (the son of Emerick James Kunik/Kunick and Agnes Virginia Dillon). John was born in New Jersey. Emerick was born in Sztrazsa, Slovakia, the son of Stephanus Kunik and Anna Radoszky. Agnes was born in Pennsylvania, to Irish parents, Patrick Rutledge Dillon, from Westmeath, and Mary Grace, from Tipperary.

Cristin’s maternal grandmother was Marjory Jane/June McChesney (the daughter of Maitland Edison McChesney and May Walker). Marjory was born in Timmins, Cochrane District, Ontario, Canada. Maitland was the son of Samuel McChesney and Mary McInnis. May was born in England, the daughter of Frank Walker and Leona Weston.


Obituaries of Cristin’s maternal grandparents, John Patrick Kunik and Marjory Jane/June McChesney –

Cristin’s maternal grandfather, John Patrick Kunik, on the 1930 U.S. Census –

2 Responses

  1. andrew says:

    *Melito -> Melito di Porto Salvo

    *Belgian (Walloon)

  2. fuzzybear44 says:

    she has some big eyes

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