Calvin Millan Biography
Calvin Millan is an American actor well known as the son of Cesar Millan. His father is a Mexican-American dog trainer and had a television series Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan.
Here is all you need to know about Cesar Millan Son Calvin Millan Bio-wiki, Age, Birthday, Girlfriend, Siblings, Education, Parents, Wikipedia, Net worth, Instagram, Twitter
Calvin Millan Age, Birthday
He was born on August 27, 1999. Calvin is 23 years old as of 2022. He celebrates his birthday every year on August 27. His zodiac sign is Virgo.
Calvin Millan Girlfriend
He is currently dating his girlfriend Arianna Mendez. She is an animal trainer and works with her father’s animal rescue foundation. The two h seem to be really close to each other and enjoy each others company.
On Valentine’s Day in 2021, the two had an outing and had a lot of fun. On Instagram, the two are really popular as they always post pictures together.
Calvin Millan Parents, Siblings
He was born and raised in the United States by his parents. He is the son of Cesar Millan and Ilusion Milan. His father is a Mexican-American dog trainer while his mother is a Tv producer.
However, his parents are no longer together as they divorced when he was 10 years old. Ilusion left Cesar after she did not like the way he was with her and how he would be verbally abusive when things go otherwise. He has a brother named Andre.
His educational background is not known to the public. He has managed to keep his education details private.
Calvin Millan Height, Weight
She is estimated to be 5 feet 6 inches tall. Her weight and body measurement details are not known.
Calvin Millan Wikipedia
His acting career started in 2012 when he appeared in Dog Whisperer. He was then in his father’s documentary series Cesar Millan: The Real Story. He was also on Mutt & Stuff, from 2015-2017. His role in Mutt & Stuff was the beginning of his successful career.
Calvin Millan Net worth
He is estimated to have a net worth of around $ 600k.
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