Fabianne Therese

Fabianne Therese – “Small Town Crime” Los Angeles Screening – Arrivals – Vista Theatre, 4473 Sunset Drive – Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2018 – Photo Credit: / PRPhotos.com

Birth Name: Fabiànne Thérèse Gstöttenmayr

Place of Birth: Kansas City, Missouri, U.S.

Date of Birth: January 16, 1992

*father – Austrian
*mother – Sri Lankan, some Konkani Indian

Fabianne Therese is a Sri Lankan and American actress.

Fabianne is the daughter of Jacqueline and Peter Gstöttenmayr. Her father is pictured here. She was raised in Austria, Sri Lanka, the U.A.E., and the U.S.

Fabianne has stated:

I grew up for the most part in Austria, actually… We moved a lot though. My mom is from Sri Lanka, and my dad’s from Austria, and we would just visit family and bounce around. Then we moved to the States because I wanted to continue acting.

Fabianne’s maternal grandparents were named Tony and Maureen. They are pictured here.

One of Fabianne’s maternal great-great-grandfathers is said to have been newspaper editor and activist Armand de Souza. Armand was born in Goa, India, and had roots within the Saraswat Brahmin group from South India.

Source: http://www.angelsagainstsuicide.com

3 Responses

  1. suburbanwinemom2020 says:

    Change “Indian” to Konkani. The Portuguese colonized the Konkani, resulting in many Konkani people to adopt Portuguese last names like her great-great grandfather’s. Goa is majority Konkani.

    • andrew says:

      Grandpa Tony looked Portuguese, not Sri Lankan.

      If so, her mother is mixed-race.

    • automatik says:

      Yeah. India is the size of EU in terms of people. We should at least divide North India and South India. Konkani would be part of south india. I tried finding pics of her mother Jacqueline, no luck. I’m having a hard time believing that a dravidain mixed with an Aryan 2.0 would result in sort of Aryan appearance. Maybe her mother was just born in sri lanka and was not really dravidian. Can only properly judge after seeing her pic.

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