Adam Rodriguez – Ethnicity, Family, Religion

By | December 12, 2017

Adam Rodriguez full name is Adam Michael Rodriguez born in Yonkers, New York has mixed Ethnicity. Check out his family, siblings and religion he follow. Do you remember the talented person who played the long running role of Eric Delko on the CBS crime drama named ‘CSI: Miami’? Yes, he is none other than the world famous personality named Adam Michael Rodriguez. Besides being an outstanding film and television actor, he is also a knowledgeable director, screen writer as well as video game artist. Adam took birth on 2nd April, 1975 in Yonkers, New York.

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Ethnicity : Puerto Rican, Cuban

Name Adam Michael Rodriguez
Date of Birth April 2, 1975
Occupation Actor
Parents Father : Ramon Rodriguez
Mother : Janet Rodriguez
Adam Rodriguez Net Worth $14 Million
Sibling Sister : Vanessa Rodriguez Spencer
Education Clarkstown High School North
Languages English
Race Puerto Rican, Cuban
Religion Christian 
Children’s Frankie Elle Rodriguez
Relationship Status Married
Adam Rodriguez Wife Grace Gail
Sun Sign Aries

Family life:

Adam is Ramon Rodriguez and Janet Rodriguez’s elder child. He has a younger sister whose name is Vanessa Rodriguez. Ramon, his father was the US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce’s executive and his mother worked as an airline ticket agent. He married twice and his present wife is beautiful model Grace Gail. In 2007, he married for the first time with Alexandra Cheron, but unfortunately their relationship didn’t last forever. He possesses two children, Frankie Elle Rodriguez and another baby girl.


Adam is of Puerto Rican, Cuban ethnicity.


The marvelous actor of ‘Six Feet Under’, ‘All Souls’, ‘Thanks to Gravity’, ‘Let the Game Begin’, ‘About Last Night’, etc. is of American nationality.


The reputed actor of ‘Law & Order’ follows Christianity.

Since Adam began his professional acting career with an awesome role in the TV series ‘Brooklyn South’ (1997-1998), he never had to look back ever again till date.

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