Sandrine Holt was born on 19th November 1972. The full name of the actress is Sandrine Claire Holt. However, by birth, she is a British-born Canadian model and actress. Her father and mother both connected to various countries. Her father’s name is Man Shun, and he is a Hong Kong-born Chinese person.
And her mother’s name is Christiane. And she belongs from French. However, when she is at the age of 5, her family shifted to Toronto, Canada. Later on, in Canada, she got her education and completed a master’s. She made her debut in the TV show “Face of Evil” in 1989.
Then, she makes many TV shows. In 1991 she won Genie Awards. She got married to rock producer and engineer Travis Huff. But later, she gave divorce her husband. She currently lives in Los Angeles together with her daughter in Silver Lake.
Here are the body measurements of this beautiful actress:
- Weight: 62 Kg or (137 lbs)
- Height: 5 Feet and 10 Inches or (178 cm)
- Bra Size: 34A
- Zodiac Sign: Scorpio
- Shoe Size: 10.5
- Body measurements: 35-25-37 inches or (91-64-94 cm)
Further critical details of the actress:
- Date of Birth: 19th November 1972
- Nationality: British-born Canadian
- Hair Color: Black
- Eye Color: Dark brown
- Spouse/Boyfriend: man Travis Huff
Q: Which race is Sandrine?
Her Chinese father is Man Shun (“Horace”) Ho. Ho went to the University of London and got a degree there (B.Sc Physics and Applied Mathematics; M.Sc Computer Science). Christiane’s mother, who was born Nicolette, is French. Her family moved to Toronto, Canada, when she was five years old.
Q: Why did Sandrine Holt leave the bridge?
It seems like the main reason Sandrine Holt left MacGyver was for a lead role in the ABC show The Crossing, which started filming a few months after Thorton’s last appearance in the 2017 episode “Screwdriver.” It’s possible that Holt left MacGyver because of changes behind the scenes, but it’s also possible that he left for other reasons.
Q: Is Sandrine masculine or feminine?
Sandrine is a common French name for a girl. It is a short form of Sandra, which is a shortened version of Alexandra, which is the female version of Alexander, which means Protector of Men.