Giselle Itié

Giselle Itié – “The Expendables” World Premiere – Arrivals – Grauman’s Chinese Theatre – Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2010 – Keywords: Orientation: Portrait Face Count: 1 – False – Photo Credit: Tommaso Boddi / PR Photos

Birth Name: Giselle Itié Ramos

Place of Birth: Mexico City, Mexico

Date of Birth: October 3, 1981

Ethnicity:
*paternal grandfather – French, Jersey Channel Islander
*paternal grandmother – Mexican [Spanish, possibly other]
*mother – Brazilian [Portuguese, one quarter Italian, possibly other]

Giselle Itié is a Mexican and Brazilian actress and model.

Giselle is the daughter of Sandra Lúcia Magalhães Ramos and Fernando Itié. Her father is Mexican. Her mother is from Brazil. She moved to Brazil with her family as a child. Giselle is pictured with her parents here.

Giselle’s paternal grandfather likely was Manuel Itié Lecoat (the son of Gabriel Itié and Cecilia Lecoat). Manuel was born in Mexico. Gabriel was born in Paris, France, the son of Victor Itié and Magdalene/Magdalena Cantelue/Canteleu. Cecilia was born on Jersey, Channel Islands, U.K.

Giselle’s paternal grandmother likely was Consuelo Agraz Corona (the daughter of Abraham Agraz Hurtado and Maria Luisa Corona). Consuelo was born in Guadalajara, Mexico. Abraham was born in Guadalajara, the son of Abraham Agraz Moncayo and Dolores Hurtado. Maria Luisa was born in Guadalajara, the daughter of Ernesto Corona Amador and Sara Ruesga Gutierrez.

Giselle’s maternal grandfather was Benedito Dias Ramos (the son of Lúcio Dias Ramos and Benedita Maria Martins). Benedito was born in Minas Gerais.

Giselle’s maternal grandmother was América Pinheiro Magalhães (the daughter of Alziro/Álvaro Pinheiro Magalhães and Amália Bertini). Giselle’s grandmother América was born in São Paulo. Alziro was born in Bahia, the son of Joaquim Carvalho Magalhães and América Pinheiro. Giselle’s great-grandmother Amália was the daughter of Victorio Bertini and Julia, and was of Italian descent. According to Giselle, Amália’s family was from Lucca.

Source: http://www.terra.com.br

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  1. stlucas says:

    Giselle’s paternal grandfather likely was Manuel Itié Lecoat (the son of Gabriel Itié and Cecilia Lecoat). Manuel was born in Mexico. Gabriel was born in Paris, France, the son of Victor Itié and Magdalene/Magdalena Cantelue/Canteleu. Cecilia was born in Jersey, Channel Islands, U.K.

    Giselle’s paternal grandmother likely was Consuelo Agraz Corona (the daughter of Abraham Agraz Hurtado and Maria Luisa Corona). Consuelo was born in Guadalajara, Mexico. Abraham was born in Guadalajara, the son of Abraham Agraz Moncayo and Dolores Hurtado. Maria Luisa was born in Guadalajara, the daughter of Ernesto Corona Amador and Sara Ruesga Gutierrez.

    Giselle’s maternal grandfather was Benedito Dias Ramos (the son of Lúcio Dias Ramos and Benedita Maria Martins). Benedito was born in Minas Gerais.

    Giselle’s maternal grandmother was América Pinheiro Magalhães (the daughter of Alziro/Álvaro Pinheiro Magalhães and Amália Bertini). Giselle’s grandmother América was born in São Paulo. Alziro was born in Bahia, the son of Joaquim Carvalho Magalhães and América Pinheiro. Giselle’s great-grandmother Amália was the daughter of Victorio Bertini and Julia, and was of Italian descent.

    According to Giselle, Amália’s family was from Lucca.

  2. andrew says:

    Her father has a French surname (Itié).

    Though most Mexicans are part Spanish, we can’t assume by default that she is too.

    French influence is big as well: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_Mexicans

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