Cristina Rodlo Wiki: Husband, Net Worth, Height, Age, Biography

April 18, 2024
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Who is Cristina Rodlo?

Cristina Rodríguez Lozano, better known as Cristina Rodlo, was born on 21 May 1990 under the zodiac sign of Gemini, in Torreón, Mexico. She’s a 31-year-old actress, probably best recognized for landing the role of Isabel Urrutia Zavaleta in the telenovela “Vuelve Temprano” (2016-2017), playing Mariana Gaxiola in the biographical TV series “El Vato” (2016-2017), and featuring as Ambar in the horror film “No One Gets Out Alive” (2021).

How rich is she, as of now? Cristina Rodlo Net Worth

As of early 2022, Cristina Rodlo’s net worth is estimated at over $1 million, acquired through her successful involvement in the world of entertainment as a professional actress, who has garnered nearly 30 television and film acting credits since she launched her career in 2008.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Religion, Educational Background

Cristina Rodlo spent her early years in her hometown of Torreón, a small city located in northern Mexico. She is the only daughter of her parents, about whom little is known including, their professions, except that the name of her mother is Elvira Lozano; she has two brothers. She holds Mexican nationality, belongs to Hispanic ethnic group, and is a Christian.


She developed her love for acting at the age of 11 when she took a part in a local theater production. After completing her high school education, she was offered a scholarship at the American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) in New York City, despite which her parents couldn’t afford to pay for her schooling in another state, so she was sponsored by a local politician. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 2010; she’s fluent in both Spanish and English.

Career Beginnings

While at the academy, Cristina Rodlo made her debut appearance in the role of Eva in the short film “Verano 79” in 2008.

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Right after graduation, she returned to her home country to pursue her professional acting career there. Her first project came in 2011 when she worked on the short comedy-drama film “Daydreamed”, in which she played Michelle. During the same year, she was also cast as Eva in the drama film “Red Hook Black”, directed by Luis Landivar, followed by her portrayals of Ana in the mystery drama film “The Condemned”, and Brenda in the sci-fi TV series “Pacientes”, both in 2012.

Her Breakthrough

In 2013, Cristina Rodlo took the part of Penelope in the comedy TV miniseries “24 Casetas”, and featured in the supporting role of Rubi in her first telenovela, entitled “Las Trampas Del Deseo”.


She then played Melissa in the short-lived thriller drama TV series “Dos Lunas” (2014), next to Bárbara Mori and Leonardo Sbaraglia. It was followed by her appearances as the title characters in the short drama film “Victoria”, and Jackie Ramírez in the comedy film “Ladrones”, both released in 2015. The latter was directed by Joe Mendedez, also starred Fernando Colunga and Eduardo Yáñez, and for her performance in “Ladrones” she was nominated for Best Newcomer – Female at the 2016 Diosas de Plata awards.

Rise to Stardom

Thereafter, Cristina portrayed More in the 2016 family drama film “Juego De Héroes”, after which she gained much appreciation for her role of Mariana Gaxiola in the biographical TV series “El Vato”, appearing in 23 episodes from 2016 to 2017.

The series was created by Jorge Dorantes for NBC Universo and is based on the life of the famous Latin Grammy Award-nominated Mexican singer El Dasa.

Concurrently with that, she portrayed Isabel Urrutia Zavaleta in the telenovela “Vuelve Temprano” (2016-2017), along with Gabriela de la Garza, Mario Cimarro, and Sharis Cid. During the same period, she was cast as Enira in the Colombian sci-fi series “2091”, followed by her portrayal of Karla Quiñones in the comedy-drama film “Como Te Ves, Me Vi” (2017), about the similarities between father and son when they were teenagers, and as Alicia in the short drama film “11:11” (2018), opposite Raúl Méndez.


Continued Success

The 2019 year brought her more success since she broke into US television, being in the regular cast as the High Priestess spirit of Death, Yaritza, in the critically acclaimed American neo-noir crime drama miniseries “Too Old To Die Young”, broadcast on Amazon Prime Video, then starring in the main role of Luz Ojeda in the second season of the American horror drama anthology series “The Terror”, aired on AMC. During the same year, she had the part of Suzu in the action thriller film “Miss Bala”, with Gina Rodriguez in the lead role and played Fabiana in the drama film “Perdida”.

In 2020, Cristina was chosen to star as Rosa Alvarez in the American military comedy-drama series “68 Whiskey”, along with Sam Keeley, Gage Golightly and Jeremy Tardy; the series premiered on the Paramount Network, but was canceled the same year after a single season. Most recently, she featured as the lead protagonist Ambar, in the 2021 British horror film “No One Gets Out Alive”, released on Netflix, and starring Marc Menchaca. It is announced that she will play Sara in the upcoming horror film “El Vestido De La Novia”, which is set to be released in late 2022, and her other upcoming projects include the short drama film “The Dance” and the sports drama film “The Homeless World Cup”.


Appearance and Vital Statistics

Cristina Rodlo has long dark brown hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 7ins (1.70m), weighs around 120lbs (54kgs), and with vital statistics of 35-25-36. Information about her bra, dress and shoe size isn’t available.

Personal Life

Cristina Rodlo isn’t very open when it comes to speak about her personal life, and has managed to keep all details about it away from the eye of the public. There is no information on whether she has a boyfriend or is single at the moment. Despite that, many of her fans believe that she’s more focused on her professional career rather than her love life. Her current residence is in East Hollywood, where she rents an apartment, but she still frequently travels to visit her family in Mexico.

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