What Is Miranda Cosgrove Ethnicity? Parents, Dating Status & More

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What Is Miranda Cosgrove Ethnicity? Parents, Dating Status & More

Miranda Cosgrove is one of those actors who started their acting journey in childhood. She has had been active in the industry from the mid to late-2000's. 

Starting with her debut in the now-classic School of Rock (2003) alongside Jack Black and then as an evil-yet-beloved Megan Parker on Nickelodeon's series Drake & Josh, the Los Angeles native cemented her position as the most sought after child star in the world. Nickelodeon would later give her a show of her own, titled iCarly.

Now, all grown up with a handful of notable voice-over gigs & chart-topping album releases under her belt, Miranda has been looking forward to reprising her role as Carly Shay the show's planned reboot, which is on the pipeline to launch on ViacomCBS’ Paramount+ in 2021. 

What Is Miranda Cosgrove's Ethnicity?

Miranda finds conversations surrounding her ethnicity, "pretty cool." By her admission, the Despicable Me star - who is of American nationality - gets mistaken for many nationalities.

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In actuality, born to American parents, father Tom Cosgrove & mother Christina Cosgrove, the "There Will Be Tears" songstress is of Irish, English, and French ancestry, making her a Caucasian.

Young Miranda with her parents in a photo dated back to 1994 (Photo:- Miranda Cosgrove's Instagram)

Oddly enough, Miranda carries one-eighth Mexican ancestors. Her maternal grandfather's mother, Mary Castimello/Costano/Coseton, was a native of Mexico. She has also some degree of German ancestry.

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As successful as she is, the Yours, Mine and Ours actress remains connected to her parents, who run a dry-cleaning business in California. 

Dating History & Boyfriend

Many may fight it hard to believe, but she's just 27 years of age. Although single now, she has been known to have reportedly dated a few celebs in the past. The list includes fellow iCarly star James Maslow

In 2009, she was spotted going to a movie with All ABout Steve's co-stars Haley Ramm and Natt Wolff. This incident along with Natt's comments that his song Greatest prize was dedicated to her were reasons that made some wonder that there might be something going on between them. But, either of the two didn't make comments on such rumors.

 

In 2011 the School of Rock actress appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show (March 2011), and joked that she needed help from the show's host, Ellen, in finding a perfect boyfriend. Then 17-year-old Miranda described her dream man as “Shia Labeouf, and Zac Efron put together, with a Michael Cera's personality.”

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A year after the Ellen interview, the University of South California Alum got photographed on a date with actor & singer Max Ulrich. But the air couldn't work out a relationship. 

Since then, there is no one to be seen who could be speculated as Miranda's boyfriend. 

Miranda Cosgrove Bio Includes Height & Weight

Miranda, born on May 14, 1993, in LA, California, U.S, is the only child to parents Tom Cosgrove and Chris Cosgrove.  

She stands 5 feet 6 inches (168 cm) tall and weighs around 54 kgs (119.05 lbs). 

She attended New York University and the University of Southern California. However, because of her acting career in her early days, she could not attend the USC initially, but in the fall of 2012, she had already joined the university. 

She is a national spokesperson for an organization that creates awareness for blood cancer, Light the Night Walk. Also, she is a supporter of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital located in Memphis, Tennesse. 

She has been part of a charity for the Education Through Music, which is based in Los Angeles. This organization promotes music education in schools of low-income students.

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