Who is Kristin Kreuk?
Kristin Kreuk is a Canadian actress who is well known in the television shows and series “Smallville”, “Beauty and The Beast”, “Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li”. She debuted in a teen drama, “Edgemont”. The debut movie for her was a comedy film, “EuroTrip”, from the year 2004.
She also presented herself in the music video “I heard” song by Hill Zaini.
|Full Name||Kristin Laura Kreuk|
|Date of Birth||December 30, 1982|
|Birth Place||Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada|
|Parent(s)||Deanna Che, Peter Kreuk|
|Net worth||$7 Million|
Early Life and Childhood:
Kristin was born on 30th December 1982 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She was the daughter of Daenna Che and Peter Kreuk. Peter was a Dutch descent, and her mother was of Chinese descent, born in Indonesia. As a sibling, she has a younger sister, Justine Kreuk.
She was planning to take a major science from “Simon Fraser University” but the call from the CBC television casting director for “Edgemont” made her change her mind. She trained in Karate and gymnastics at her high and middle school.
Physical features, Nationality, and zodiac:
Kristin is 5’4” tall, weighing 52 KG. She has a bra size of 32B with cup size B and dresses size 2 US. The body measurement of her is 34-25-35. She has eye colour as Hazel with dark brown coloured hair.
Kristin is multiracial, and she is Canadian by Nationality.
The zodiac sign of Kristin is Capricorn.
Movies and Television Series:
Kristin Kreuk has played various television series and movies. Some of them are “Street Fighter 2009”, “Partition 2007”, “Space Milkshake 2012”, “Euro Trip 2004”, “Vampire 2011”, “Ecstasy 2011”, “The Weekenders”, “Edgemont”, “Smallville”, “Earthsea”, “Ben Hur”, “Chuck”, “Robot Chicken”, “Burden of Truth”, “Partition”, “The Emissary”.
Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
This is an American martial art and action movie from 2009. The film is written by Justin Marks and directed by Andrezej Bartkowiak. The movie stars are Kristin Kreuk, Chris Klein, Neal McDonough, Robin Shou, Moon Bloodgood, Josie ho, Taboo, Michael Clarke Duncan.
She has played the role of Chun-Li.
The movie’s budget was $18 Million, and the box office income was $12.8 Million.
The IMDb rating of the movie is 3.7/10.
Beauty and the Beast
The series “Beauty and the Beast” is a Canadian American sci-fi television series. Sherri Cooper-Landsman and Jennifer Levin develop the series. The stars in the series are Kristin Kreuk, Jay Ryan, Max, Brown, Austin Basis, Nina Lisandrello, Sendhil Ramamurthy, Brian J. White, Nicole Gale Anderson, Amber Skye Noyes and Michael Roark.
She has played the role of Catherine Chandler.
The IMDb rating of the series is 7.1/10.
EuroTrip is an American sex comedy film from 2004. The film is directed by Jeff Schaffer and written by Jeff Schaffer, Jalec Berg and David Mandel. The stars in the movie are Scott Mechlowicz, Jacob Pitts, Michelle Trachtenberg and Travis Wester.
She has played the role of Jenny in the movie.
The movie’s budget was $25 Million, and the box office income was $20.8 Million.
The IMDB rating of the movie is 6.6/10.
Awards and Nominations:
Kristin Kreuk has been nominated for various awards “Saturn Awards for Best Actress in Television Series”, “Leo Awards for best actress in Feature Length Drama”, “Teens choice Awards”, and as well as “People’s Choice Awards”. She has also won the “Rookie Awards”.
Kristin is an introvert type of person who does not prefer saying and explaining her private life details. Although she lives happily with her family and from some sources, we can see that she dated Mark Hildreth for a long period of time.
Net-worth and Lifestyle:
The net worth of Kristina Kreuk is $7 Million as of 2021. As her hobbies, she was interested in gymnastics and dancing, writing, and even watching movies. She also has a purple belt in Karate. She currently resides in Toronto, Ontario.
In social media, Kristin has 53.2K+ Facebook fans, 454K+ Instagram followers. She seems quite active in social media as she frequently posts about her activities and promotes her movies and series.