Cricket Wampler biography:

Cricket Wampler is a cute and charming TV actor and dancer born on January 27, 2001 in Tipp City, Ohio, USA. She is a Big Shot (2021), Mr. It is best known for appearing in various popular TV series such as Robinson (2015), About a Boy (2014), and more.

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Quick info:

  • Birth Name-Christina Wampler
  • Stage Name-Cricket Wormpler
  • Profession-actress, dancer
  • Date of birth-January 27, 2001
  • Age ()-years
  • Zodiac sign-Aquarius
  • Height-1.73m (5’8″)
  • Birthplace-Tippe City, Ohio, USA
  • Nationality-United States
  • Married Status-Single
  • Net worth-under review
  • Debut TV-Crash & Bernstein (2013)
  • Debut Movie-N/A

Build and body statistics:

The Cricket Wampler is about 1.73 m tall. She has brown hair and brown eyes.

Early life and education:

Her birth name is actually Christina Wampler changed to Christina Wampler. She started her career through advertising.

Family and relationships:

  1. Father-Chris Wampler
  2. Mother-Holly Wormler
  3. Brother-Phillip Wampler (actor)
  4. Sister-Carrie Whamler (actor)
  5. Relationship-Single

Social media:

  1. Instagram – Good morning.
  2. Facebook-
    @ Cricket-Wampler
  3. Twitter –
    Good morning.

Film and television show/series appearances:

  1. Bigshot (2021) Samantha
  2. Mr. Robinson (2015 choir student)
  3. <소년에 대하여> (2014) Hannah Bickleman
  4. Untitled Tad Quill Project (Rachel, 2013)
  5. <크래시 앤 번스타인> (2013) Shelby

Interesting fact:

  1. Cricket’s birth name is Christina Wampler changed to Cricket Wampler.
  2. Cricket was born on January 27, 2001 in Tipp City, Ohio, USA.
  3. She is aged in.
  4. Her sister Carrie Wampler and brother Phillip Wampler are both actors.
  5. Cricket has been playing since the age of 8.
  6. She is very good at ballet dance. She also received the same training.
  7. She started her career through advertising.
  8. In her first TV series’Crash and Bernstein (2013)’, she played Rachel.
  9. She played Samantha in the TV series’Big Shot (2021)’.

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