Former American model, and the renowned hair stylist, Christie Mac Campo rose to popularity after marrying American actor, Bobby Campo.
Christie Mac Campo’s Family
Christie Mac Campo has kept her life under wraps and there is no information available on the internet about her birth date and her family. She rose to fame only after her marriage to Bobby Campo. Robert Joseph Camposecco known professionally as Bobby Campo is an American actor born on 9th March 1983 in Wheeling, Virginia, and raised in St. Petersburg, Florida. His father, Italian-American Robert Camposecco, works as a paint contractor and his mother Donna (née Wells) is a makeup artist who has worked for various celebrities. He has a younger sister named Julia Marie, married to Stephen Christian of the band Amberlin.
Bobby graduated from Seminole High School and at the Performers Studio in Tampa, Florida where he was a workshop student. Bobby met Christie for the first time in a restaurant in Dec 2013. The couple dated for two years and finally got married on 21st May 2015 during a private ceremony in Venice Beach, California. They have been married for more than seven years but don’t have any kids. The couple has two pets, a dog named Reagan and a cat named Remy.
Christie Mac Campo’s Net Worth
Christie Mac Campo is a former American model. She is an accomplished hairstylist, renowned hair model, and brand ambassador for the Cocre8 organization. It is a non-profit organization that aims to provide a unique perspective on hair as part of the arts and crafts and inspire creativity in salon professionals. She is also a poet but much of her popularity owes to the fact that she married a celebrity who is an American actor. She is believed to be earning something good and living a good life, but it is not clear how much she is worth. But her husband, Bobby Campo, has earned quite a bit from his acting career as he is estimated at $20 million net worth.
Bobby is an American actor. He is known for playing the lead role of Nick O’Bannon in the horror film ‘The Final Destination’. He was also featured in several short films including ‘Queen’ in 2011, ‘Patti’ in 2012, and ‘A Conversation About Cheating with My Time Travelling Future Self’ in 2012.
In early 2012, Bobby was cast for a recurring role in the third season of the supernatural drama TV series ‘Being Human’. In March 2015, he was cast as Seth Branson in his MTV slash television series ‘Scream’. Most recently, he has appeared in movies for the Hallmark Channel: ‘My Christmas Love’, ‘Sharing Christmas’, ‘Vampire Bats’,’ Snow Bride’ and ‘The Christmas Camp’. In October 2009, he appeared on the cover of Throne Magazine and was also featured in the March 2010 issue of L’Uomo Vogue.