Vanessa Carrasco Plays Ariana In ‘Family Switch’ Movie: Who Is She?

Vanessa Carrasco is an actress known for starring as ‘Ximena’ in the “Life by Ella”. She rose to fame for her roles in NBC’s ‘Law and Order: SVU’ as Nydia and ‘New Amsterdam’ as June Faria. She also appeared in numerous short films, such as “Sleeping Beauty”. She co-starred with Christopher Walken, Jackie Weaver, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Brian Tyree Henry in the romantic comedy-drama “Irreplaceable You” on Netflix.


Vanessa Biography

Vanessa Carrasco was born in 2004 in New York City. She is 19 years old, as of 2023. She recently cast in movie ‘Family Switch’ which is a 2023 American comedy film directed by McG, written by Adam Sztykiel and Victoria Strouse, and starring Jennifer Garner and Ed Helms.


She cast alongside famous casts such as, Jennifer Garner as Jess, Ed Helms as Bill, Emma Myers as CC, Rita Moreno as Angelica and Matthias Schweigh√∂fer as Rolf. On November 30, 2023, ‘Family Switch’ was released on Netflix.

Vanessa CarrascoProfile
Real NameVanessa Carrasco
Nick NameVanessa
Age19 years old, as of 2023
Born InNew York City
HeightIn Feet: 5′ 3″
In Meters: 1.63
In Centimeters: 163
Weight (approx.)In Kg – 54
In lb. – 121
Body Measurements26-24-32 inches
Shoe Size6.5 (US)
Family MembersFather: Name Not Known
Mother: Not Known

How Much She Earns From Movie ‘Family Switch’?

Vanessa Carrasco earns a good amount of money from the movie ‘Family Switch’. As one of the lead actresses, her talent and popularity have helped her secure a significant paycheck.

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The success of the film at the box office has also contributed to her earnings. Overall, her income from this movie is undoubtedly substantial. Her net worth is estimated to be $1.5 million – $2 million, as of 2023.

What Is ‘Family Switch’ About?

The Walker family consisting of Jess and Bill, a working couple, and their three children, CeeCee, Wyatt, and Miles, live in Los Angeles. The family is divided, with the parents and kids constantly disagreeing, mostly because of their different perspectives on life.

As Christmas grows near, the overly friendly parents make a fruitless effort to entice their emotionally distant children to spend more time together rather than apart.

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