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Rachelle Vinberg Bio, Age, Height, Boyfriend, Net Worth, Betty, Movies and TV Shows
April 30, 2020
Rachelle Vinberg Biography
This is what you need to know about Rachelle Vinberg is an American skateboarder and actress. She is best known for starring as Camille, a fictionalized version of herself, in the film Skate Kitchen and the TV series Betty inspired by the real group of female skaters she is a part of.
Rachelle Vinberg Age
Vinberg was born on August 27, 1998, in Long Island, New York, United States. She is 24 years old.
Rachelle Vinberg Height
Vinberg is a woman of average height. She stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches.
Rachelle Vinberg Family
Rachelle was born and raised on Long Island. Her mother is Colombian and her father is a white American. Her parents divorced at some point during her childhood.
Rachelle Vinberg Boyfriend
It is known whether Vinberg is single, dating, or married. This information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Rachelle Vinberg Net Worth
Vinberg has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million US dollars.
Rachelle Vinberg Career
Betty is an upcoming American teen comedy television series written by Crystal Moselle and Lesley Arfin.
The series is a spinoff of Moselle’s 2018 film Skate Kitchen. It includes most of the cast of the original movie and focuses on the group’s efforts to stand out in New York’s predominantly male world of skateboarding.
The series consists of six episodes. On February 25, 2020, it was announced that the series will premiere on May 1, 2020.
Vinberg learned to ollie the summer before she turned 12, taught by an older cousin. Vinberg continued learning tricks by watching YouTube and started skating with the boys in her neighborhood. Rachelle befriended Nina Moran over YouTube and the two started skating together in NYC.
While in NYC, Vinberg and Moran met Crystal Moselle. Moselle shot a 13-minute film with Vinberg, Moran, and several of their friends titled “That One Day,” which was then reworked and expanded into the feature film, “Skate Kitchen.”