• Cristin Milioti

    Last updated: January 20, 2019

    Cristin Milioti is an American actress and musician, best known for the role of Tracy McConnell in the final season of “How I Met Your Mother”. She also is known for her starring work in the Black Mirror episode “USS Callister” and a minor role playing the wife of Leonardo DiCaprio‘s character in The Wolf of Wall Street.

    Born on August 16, 1985, her zodiac sign is Leo. She was born in Cherry Hill, New Jersey and is of Italian descent.

    Cristin Milioti beliefs

    Cristin Milioti – Her Religion

    Cristin hasn’t gone on record with the public about her personal beliefs in religion. If you have heard otherwise let us know in the comments below!


    Cristin Milioti – Her Politics

    Based on what she had to say in a Rolling Stone interview, she doesn’t much like President Trump. See our #MeToo section for more details.


    Cristin Milioti – #MeToo Movement

    Cristin’s role in her Black Mirror episode had her squaring off against a male villain who made her a plaything in a private virtual universe. The episode came out at the same moment the #MeToo movement was happening. Milioti found the timing to have been fortuitous:

    I don’t think any of us were prescient enough to know just how relevant it would be, but it felt relevant to me at the time, having existed as, like, a woman in the world,” Milioti says of her turn as Nanette. “We filmed that right after Trump was elected, and I certainly felt like it was a bit of a wish fulfillment thing – to see this small-minded, angry, misogynistic bully get taken down by a smart woman.” (1)


    Cristin Milioti – On Dating

    In the spring of 2018 there were reports that Cristin was seeing Solo actor Alden Ehrenreich. Since that time there hasn’t been more news to report.

    Back in 2014 Cristin was asked how she feels about dating. She had this to say:

    “It’s interesting because I feel like so much of our show has to do with dating and this day and age and the internet and Twitter and Facebook and all this stuff. But I actually think that even though it’s all within that universe, of how easily you can track someone or how easily you can Google someone, I actually think it is about how none of that matters, that you are meant to meet the person you are meant to meet.” (1)



    1:Rolling Stone

    2: ABC News



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