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.
Dyllan’s paternal grandmother is the daughter of James Melvin Nelson and Susan Elizabeth Kellogg. James was the son of James Franklin Nelson, whose father was born in Herfølge, Region Zealand, Denmark, and of Carolyn Walton Pettit, who was born in Romney, Ontario, Canada. Susan was the daughter of George Timothy Kellogg and Elizabeth Edwards.
Source: Genealogy of Dyllan Christopher (focusing on his father’s side) – https://www.geni.com
So his other ancestries besides his grandfather’s are discovered?
Could I ask this again? Why is there so many ethnicities listed when they aren’t documented in the text?
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.
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?
I would change to:
*Cuban, Puerto Rican (paternal grandfather), other
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.