Ariel Winter Height, Weight, Age, Parents, Net Worth, Boyfriend

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Ariel Winter

Ariel Winter

Ariel Winter is an American actress and singer best known for her role as Alex Dunphy in comedy series Modern Family. Winter was born on January 28, 1998 in California to Chrisoula and Glenn Workman. She started her acting career at the age of four by appearing in a Cool Whip commercial in 2002. Her first television role came in an episode of Listen Up! Since then she has appeared in number of movies and TV shows like Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Speed Racer, Duress, Opposite Day, Fred 2, Safelight, Freddie, Bones, Ghost Whisperer, Modern Family, Phineas & Ferb and many more.

Personal details:

Full Name: Ariel Winter Workman
Nick Name: Ariel
Born Place: Fairfax, Virginia, United States
Date of Birth: January 28, 1998
Age: 19
Sun Sign: Aquarius
Nationality: American
Race/ Ethnicity: White/She has English, German, Greek, and Slovak ancestry.
Occupation:  Actress
Education: She was homeschooled

Ariel Winter Parents

Father: Glenn Workman
Mother: Chrisoula “Chrystal” (née Batistas)
Siblings: Shanelle Workman Gray (Older Sister), Jimmy Workman (Older Brother)

Ariel Winter Height Weight and Body Details

Ariel Winter height weight
Ariel Winter height weight

Height: 5 ft 1 in or 155 cm
Weight: 60 kg or 132 pounds
Body Measurements: 38-28-34 in or 96.5-71-86 cm
Bra Size: 34D
Dress size: 12 (US) or 42 (EU)
Shoe Size: 7 (US)
Tattoos: She has no tattoos on his body.
Hair Color: Blonde
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Sexuality: Straight

Ariel Winter Net Worth: Net Worth is estimated to be around $9 million.

Ariel Winter Boyfriend: Currently, she is in relationship with Canadian actor Levi Meaden.

Her previous relationships: Callam McAuliffe, Cameron Palatas, Laurent Claude Gaudette, Nolan Gould

Facts

She has a purple belt in Taekwondo.

Her favorite sports are track, soccer and tennis.

She is afraid of spider.

She started acting at the age of 4.

Ariel has three dogs named Peebles, Hercules and Cher.

She is environmentally conscious and urges young readers to “renew, reuse and recycle” in interviews.

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