Who Is Yvette Monreal? Age, Height, Husband, Net Worth, Kids

April 18, 2024
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The American social media star and actress, Yvette Monreal, is famously known for appearing alongside Sylvester Stallone in the Western Action “Rambo: Last Blood.” She is also credited for her role in the DC Universe (and The CW) sci-fi series “Stargirl” and El Rey Network’s drama series, “Matador.”

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Age, Early Life, and Education Background

Yvette Monreal was born under the Cancer zodiac sign on 9 July 1992, in Los Angeles, California, which makes her 30 years old as of 2022. She was brought up in a strict traditional Mexican family – her parents never allowed her to date or leave the house after 5pm. She has revealed that she grew up a very shy child, and thanks her outspoken sister for helping her gain confidence.

Monreal’s mother was very supportive and encouraged her to appear in plays when she joined high school. Upon matriculation, she attended Santa Monica College to study Special Effects, and she also honed her acting skills at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting, which was formerly known as the Stella Adler Art of Acting Conservatory.


Facts and Hobbies

Monreal is a big fan of traveling, and her acting career has seen her touring many US states and international destinations such as the Caribbean Islands and Paris. She is a huge lover of road trips.

She is an outdoorsy person who likes exploring nature, and previously went hiking during Cinco de Mayo celebrations.

Yvette’s first car was a 2000 Toyota Camry –  a gift from her father who’d bought it from his sister.

She is a big fan of self-help books. Her favorite novel is Matthew McConaughey’s 2020 autobiography, “Greenlights.”


The “Rambo: Last Blood” starlet likes waking up very early in the morning, because she finds it very fulfilling.

She is also a shopaholic, and buys the latest fashion trends whenever she tours a new city.

The Californian actress is a big fan of animals, and has a bizarre taste in pets – she has kept two bearded dragons (chameleons), but is also a huge lover of dogs.

She’s also very physically active, and is well-versed in martial arts and boxing.



Career Beginning

Before she launched her Hollywood career, Monreal worked as a cashier at a Del Amo Mall food joint in Torrance, California. She made her TV debut as Temperance in two episodes of the animated action series “Harpies” in 2013, together with Nadeep Khurmi, John Lamont and Damone Williams. In 2013 and 2014, she played Olivia in the sci-fi show “Chutes”, sharing the screen with Patrick Dillon Curry, and Leo G. Herra. The Californian actress landed her first film role in the 2014 short, “Casey,” which was directed by Cody Westman.

Rise to Stardom

Monreal rose to prominence for her role of Reagan in 10 episodes of Julia Wolov and Dana Min Goodman’s 2014 MTV Teen Choice Award-winning series “Faking It”, appearing with Bailey De Young, Katie Stevens and Gregg Sulkin. In the same year, she played Senna Galan in eight episodes of the TV show “Matado”, and was later cast for the role of Adriana Gutierrez in the GLAAD Media Award-winning drama, “The Fosters,” which is the spin-off of the 2019 drama “Good Trouble” – she appeared in four episodes from 2015 to 2017. Monreal later portrayed Claudia in the 2016 crime-drama film “Lowriders,” which starred Eva Longoria, Demian Bichir, and Gabriel Chavarria, and has revealed that it was a great honor working with the former, who is one of Hollywood’s finest actresses.

2018 saw Yvette guest-starring in the acclaimed procedural crime-drama “NCIS”, before she co-starred alongside Ron Bush and Adam Marcinowski in the sci-fi film “Once Upon a Superhero.” In the year that followed, she appeared as Caitlyn in the Hong Khaou-starring drama “Monsoon” and shared the screen with Katherine Hughes and Austin Lyon. She made one of her most notable appearances – as Gabriela – in the latest installment of the action film series “Rambo” entitled “Rambo: Last Blood.” She learned a lot from her co-star, Sylvester Stallone, and formerly revealed ‘He (Stallone) always says if you’re going to put yourself in film you’d better give it 110 percent, ‘cause that is going to be there forever.’ Recently in 2020, Yvette appeared in two TV shows: DC’s “Legend of Tomorrow” and “Stargirl” playing the role of Yolanda Montez in both.

Yvette was nominated for an Imagen Award for Best Actress in a Feature Film for her appearance in “Monsoon.” She bagged a National Film and TV Award in the category of Best Supporting Actress for her appearance in the film “Rambo: Last Blood.” She’s managed by the Agency of Performing Arts in Beverly Hills.

Yvette is highly active on Instagram with over 230,000 fans. She is also active on Twitter and Facebook with over 48,000 and 16,000 fans respectively. She’s seemingly close to her parents, and likes posting their photos on her social media platforms.


Personal Life

Yvette is a very secretive person and has kept most of her dating details under wraps. She hasn’t publicly introduced her boyfriend, so it’s widely speculated that she’s single, but is the mother of a son named Vin – she hasn’t revealed the name of his father.

Previously, the “Rambo: Last Blood” starlet was romantically linked with the English actor Gregg Sulkin, whom she met on the sets of the MTV comedy TV series “Faking It” in 2015. Before dating Yvette, Gregg was in a short-lived relationship with the American singer and actress Debby Ryan. He is also reported to have dated the actresses Sistine Rose Stallone, Lexy Panterra, Bella Thorne and Pixie Lott.


Height, Weight, and Physical Appearance

Monreal is of mixed Mexican and Chilean ancestry and has long dark brown hair and a set of dark brown eyes. She has an hourglass figure, weighing around 125lbs (56kgs) and is 5ft 5ins (1.67m) tall, with vital statistics of 34-28-35. She wears shoe size 6(US).


Net Worth

Yvette has made a name for herself and has accumulated a good sum from her Hollywood career. She also earns from commercial advertisements and brand endorsement deals. Monreal has appeared alongside many accomplished Hollywood actors such as Sylvester Stallone, who is worth around $400 million, Paz Vega, and Joaquin Cosio, who are worth about $10 million and $3 million respectively. Monreal’s worth approximately $1.5 million as of 2022.

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