Cerina Vincent Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 01 Jan, 2020
Facts of Cerina Vincent
Date of Birth: 1979 , February-7
Age: 42 years old
Birth Nation: United States of America
Height: 5 feet 5 inch
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American actress and writer, Cerina Vincent is well known for portraying the role of Maya in the Yellow Galaxy Rangers TV series; Power Rangers Lost Galaxy. The 39-year-old became a sensation after the series became a hit among the teens. The actress has also starred in A-list movies including It Waits, Not Another Teen Movie, Cabin Fever, and Everybody Wants to Be Italian.

Born to a family of performers, Cerina always had the passion for acting and performing. Aside from being an actress, she's also a column writer. She writes for The Huffington Post regularly and she's published three books in collaboration with best selling author Jodi Lipper.  The gorgeous actress Vincent is off the market as she's in a romantic relationship with her longtime boyfriend, Mike Estes

Early Life And Education Of Cerina Vincent

Cerina Vincent was born on February 7, 1979, in Las Vegas, Nevada, the U.S. under the birth sign Aquarius. She is American and belongs to the mixed ethnicity (Italian and Irish). She has a brother, Gino Vincent

Vincent attended Diskin Elementary School and she used to perform in Christmas production there. She had a keen interest in stage performances and acting since her early days, encouraged by her mother who was a dance instructor herself. She got the chance to appear in the play of Rainbow Company Youth Theater; the show sponsored by the Cultural Affairs division of Las Vegas. In 1996, she participated in the Miss Nevada Teen USA and won the title. Then she competed at Miss Teen USA and made up to top 15. 

Vincent attended Durango High School and graduated in 1997. Soon after her graduation, she moved to Los Angeles and joined Marymount College on a scholarship. She did odd jobs and went to several auditions until finally, she got a role in a commercial.

Cerina Vincent Career

Cerina Vincent appeared in several commercials before her professional acting career. In 1999, she debuted in 2000 thriller movie Fera Runs Silent, but her appearance goes uncredited. She bagged her first major role in the 1999 American television series, Power Rangers Lost Galaxy where she portrayed the role of Maya, Yellow Galaxy Ranger. 

The series became the greatest success of her career and she also received critical acclamation for her breakthrough performance. Later Vincent appeared in numbers of TV series including Undressed (2000), Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue (2000) and others.

Cerina Vincent's first notable debut was from 2001 American teen comedy film, Not Another Teen Movie where he played the role of a foreign exchange student, "Areola". In a 2011 interview, Vincent shared her experience of being naked for the first time in that movie.  She explained:

"It's weird; it's hard because your body is your body and it's personal. It's easier to shoot that scene because everyone was professional and my character was ridiculous—I did many different accents in the movie, and it was funny ... it was a comedy. So, shooting the scenes was the easy part—with it being out there forever and ever and ever ... that's more of a mental ... it screws with your head a little bit, and you question your decisions, but I don't have any regrets."

Some of her screen credit also includes  Cabin Fever, Murder-Set-Pieces, Intermedio, It Waits, Sasquatch Mountain,  Just Add Water, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Palmetto Pointe, Sex, Love & Secrets,  Mike & Molly and others.

In 2013, Vincent portrayed the role of  "Ashleigh" in the movie The Thanksgiving House. The same year, she starred in American viral horror/thriller short film, Skypemare along with stars Annika Marks and Adam J. Yeend

Besides acting, Vincent also authored three books in a row, entitled How to Eat Like a Hot Chick (2008), How to Love Like a Hot Chick (2009), and Live Like a Hot Chick (2010). Since 2007, she and her co-writer, Jodi Lipper writes a regular column for the popular website, The Huffington Post.

 Aside movies, she has also done cameos on several hit series, particularly on Sex, Love & Secrets, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Palmetto Pointe, Mike & Molly, Two and a Half Men, The Walking Dead, Gary Unmarried and so on.

Just last year in 2017, Vincent returned to the movie after doing a small role  Broken Memories.  The actress currently stars in an American comedy TV series, Stuck In Middle as the main character which premiered since 2016

Cerina Vincent Net Worth

Cerina Vincent has been active in the film industry since 1999. She has worked on numerous films and TV series from where she garnered good sum of amount. Her estimated net worth is $2 million. On average, her annual salary is between $150,000-$300,000.

Some of her box office successful movies are enlisted below,

Movie IMDb rating Budget (US dollar) Box office (US dollar) Cast members
Not Another Teen Movie (2001)  5.7 star $15 million  $66.5 million Chyler Leigh, Chris Evans, Jaime Pressly, Eric Christian Olsen, Eric Jungmann
Cabin Fever (2002) 5.6 star $1.5 million $30.6 million Rider Strong, Jordan Ladd, James DeBello, Joey Kern
Everybody Wants to Be Italian (2007) 5.9 star $3 million $532,726 (Worldwide) Jay Jablonski
John Kapelos
John Enos III
Marisa Petroro
Freaks of Nature (2015) 5.9 star $33 million $70,958 Nicholas Braun
Mackenzie Davis
Josh Fadem
Joan Cusack

Cerina Vincent Personal Life

Cerina Vincent is in a romantic relationship with her stunt actor boyfriend, Mike Estes. They have been together for a long time and happy with their current relationship. The pair spends a lot of quality time together which can be seen from their Instagram posts. 

The couple often elopes together on romantic getaways and vacations and attend several parties and events together but publically, Vincent hasn't talked about her love life to the media.

CAPTION: Cerina Vincent and her boyfriend, Mike Estes SOURCE: Getty Images

Previously, Vincent was married to film director Ben Waller. The duo tied the knot after 11 months of dating on December 13, 2008. Their wedding was a small family ceremony where only close friends and family members were invited.

However, they failed to sustain their marriage and filed for divorce citing some irreconcilable differences. The pair officially divorced on January 13, 2013. She has no child with Waller.

Vincent also dated actor and director, Eli Roth in 2002 but the couple broke up in 2003.