Have you ever heard of Netflix's mystical and supernatural television series The OA? Then you might recall the actor Brandon Perea who played Alfonso Sosa in the series. Find out more about Brandon Perea's Ethnicity and family background in the following article.
Brandon began his career in 2012, appearing in the American Game TV show Figure It Out. He was cast in one of the lead roles of the series The OA in 2016 and appeared in two seasons. Moreover, he also has a brief cameo appearance in HBO Max's Doom Patrol in 2020.
What is Brandon Perea Ethnicity?
The multi-talented actor Brandon Perea came from Chicago, Illinois, United States. And he is from mix ethnic background. His ethnicity is an amalgamation of various ethnic races. Brandon is part Puerto Rican, part Asian/Filipino. Thus, there is a mix of Latin and Asian characteristics added to his ethnicity.
Puerto Rico, an unincorporated Caribbean island, is where Puerto Rican characteristics originate. Although the majority of the population is Hispanic or Latino and has Spanish influences, they choose to think of themselves as Americans even if they do not feel that they are a part of the United States but rather a sovereign state.
Moreover, Brandon's mother was initially from the Philippines. As a result, he also inherits Filipino blood in his vein. Filipino is presently the dominant ethnolinguistic group in the South East Asian islands. The great majority of the people were of Malay ancestry and originated in both what is now Indonesia and the Southeast Asian mainland.
Who are Brandon Perea Parents and Family?
Dance Camp star Brandon Perea was born on May 25, 1995, in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. He is 27 years old. His parents are Joe Perea, but he has not yet revealed his mother's identity to the media. Besides, they possess American nationality and follow Christianity.
The family later moved to Los Angeles, California, for a better future for their kids. Brandon has two brothers with whom he spends his childhood. They are namely Mike Perea and Jordan Perea. The trio of brothers shares a very special bond. Moreover, on his Instagram account, Brandon occasionally uploads pictures of his brothers.
"Forever Crestwood Goonz Good to see the boys yesterday," he quoted with a picture of him and his two siblings as they posed near a statue in October 2019. Additionally, Brandon never forgets to wish them a happy birthday and posts images of them along with a lengthy caption on Instagram.
Now going further back to Brandon, Rosa Sevilla was Brandon's grandmother, and Reynaldo S. Bautista and Guadalupe V. Cunanan are most likely Brandon's maternal grandparents.