Cristina Perez Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, Books, Show, Salary, Net Worth
Cristina Perez Biography
Cristina Perez is an American actress, television personality, writer and TV judge. She received two BAs at UCLA and her JD at Whittier Law School.
Cristina Perez Age
Perez is 57 years old as of 2021. She was born on October 27, 1964 in New York, New York, United States.
Cristina Perez Height
Details of her age are unknown.
Cristina Perez Family
She was born in New York City, raised in California to parents of Colombian descent.
Cristina Perez Husband
She is happily married to the love of her life Christopher Gonzalez.
Cristina Perez Net Worth
Perez has an estimated net worth of $11.8 million.
Cristina Perez Salary
Details of her annual salary are still under review.
The table below answers some of the frequently asked questions about Perez.
|How old is Cristina Perez?||57 years old|
|How tall is Cristina?||Unknown|
|Who is Cristina Perez married to?||Christopher Gonzalez|
|How much money does Perez earn?||Unknown|
|How much is Perez worth?||$11.8 Million|
Cristina Perez Career
Perez is best known for presiding over cases in the shows La Corte del Pueblo (1999–2000) and La Corte de Familia (2000–2005) on the Telemundo network.
Cristina Perez Cristina’s Court
Cristina’s Court, a syndicated American arbitration-based reality court show that premiered in 2006, was her first show. It was shot at KRIV, a FOX-owned and operated television station in Houston. With Maria Lopez (Judge Maria Lopez), Alex Ferrer (Judge Alex), and Marilyn Milian (The People’s Court), Perez became one of four Hispanic judges who presided over an English-language American TV judge show. Peter Brennan executive produced the show, which was directed by Arthur Bergel. Perez is the first Hispanic judge to make the transition from Spanish to English television. Her ancestors are Colombian, not Mexican or Cuban, as several of her viewers had assumed.
The 3-season court show held the record for the most Daytime Emmy wins for Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program for 9 years. Cristina’s Court’s 9 years of Emmy victories is the longest period for having the most wins in the category, even if it no longer holds the record. The show received its first and second Daytime Emmy Awards for “Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program” in the show’s second and third seasons, respectively, at the 34th and 35th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood.
Despite the show being cancelled by this point, it earned another “Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program Award” at the 36th Annual Daytime Emmys on June 25, 2010. This was due to the fact that the Emmy Awards for the previous television season were being presented. After three seasons, the show was discontinued in February 2009. Original episodes aired till September 2009, when the show was canceled. Perez took part in a weekly radio feature called “Sex In the News” on Playboy Radio, a Sirius satellite radio station. Cristina was named one of the most trustworthy and prominent syndicated hosts on television by the Syndicated Network Television Association, coming in second behind Oprah Winfrey among adults 18 to 34 years old.
Cristina Perez Justice for All with Judge Cristina Perez
With Justice for All with Judge Cristina Perez, Ms. Perez returned to the court show genre in the fall of 2012. The show is produced by Entertainment Studios, which also produces America’s Court with Judge Ross and We the People With Gloria Allred, two other court shows in which real cases are re-enacted with actors and scripts. Justice for All is a bilingual show that airs in both English and Spanish. The show was extended for two more seasons in July 2013.
Cristina Perez Books
Perez’s book Living by Los Dichos: Advice from a Mother to a Daughter was published by Simon & Schuster in September 2006. Perez’s second book, It’s All About the Woman Who Wears It: 10 Laws for Being Smart, Successful, and Sexy Too (Penguin Books), was published in March 2010.