Cristina García Bio
Cristina García is a famous Novelist. Cristina García was born in July 4, 1958 in Havana, Cuba. She is a Cuban-American journalist and fiction writer. Her novel, Dreaming in Cuban (three generations of a Cuban family) is her most well-known work. Her other works include Monkey Hunting ((2003) and The Aguero Sisters (2000).
|Full Name||Cristina García|
|Place of Birth||Havana|
Family, Dating, Relationship Records
She was the daughter of a Guatemalan mother and a Cuban father. Scott Brown, her husband, was the one who brought her to Los Angeles. Cristina García age in 2023 is 64 years. Cristina García father name is under review and mother name is also under review. Cristina García's has not shared any information about siblings on social media platforms.
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Height - How tall is Cristina García?
Cristina García is one of famous Novelist born in Cuba. According to Wikipedia, IMDb and some online newspaper, Cristina García height currently under review. We will update the height once we complete the verification process.
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Harry Mattison and she both worked at Time magazine.
Her 1992 novel Dreaming in Cuban, was nominated to the National Book Award.
Net Worth (2023) - How rich is Cristina García?
Cristina García net worth comes from Novelist. Being a famous Novelist, Cristina García also earned money by TV Commercial, Sponsors & being some popular brands ambassador. However the information is currently under review. Once we are complete the review, we will update everything about Cristina García's Net worths. As far our analysis, Cristina García estimated net worth is $500k - $2.5 Million.
|Net Worth (2022)||$5 million|
|Source of net worth||Novelist|
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She was educated at Barnard College as well as Johns Hopkins University in political science and international affairs. Later, she worked as a reporter and researcher for Time Magazine.