The American actress, Christin Hinojosa is known for her role as Sabrina in Dazed and Confused. Also, she was the first coordinator of the Eyes Wide Open installation in Chicago.
Christin Hinojosa was born on October 3, 1976, in San Francisco, California, the United States of America under the birth sign of Libra. She holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.
Hinojosa is the daughter of Juan Lorenzo Hinojosa. She grew up along with her three sisters, Jennifer Friedrich, Raven Aurora, and Sabrina Hinojosa.
Talking about her education, She attended Austin High School in Austin, Texas. Later, Hinojosa moved to the Loyola University in Chicago.
Age 40, the actress is a married woman. Hinojosa walked down the aisle with her boyfriend turned husband, Ford Kirschenbaum and changed her surname to Kirschenbaum after her marriage.
After dating for years, the couple exchanged their wedding vows on May 30, 2010, in a private ceremony with their family and friends.
The couple is blessed with two children. The family is living happily without any rumors of any conflict, in San Francisco, California with her husband.
The American actress has an estimated net worth around $million. Christin has earned a good amount of money from her acting career. Also, she has maintained a good net worth in her life.
She had made a small role in the TV series The Wonderful World of Disney, Clueless and Pride & Joy. For her role in television series, she used to earn around $25 thousand to $40 thousand annually.
Christin started her acting career in the early nineties when she played in the blockbuster movie Dazed and Confused. After gaining good fame from the very first movie, she got a number of roles in films and series.
Moreover, she appeared in a series of television movies like The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes, Pride and Joy, Clueless, The Love Bug and few more.
Later in 2004, she worked as the coordinator of the Eyes Wide Open installation in Chicago as a committee member of the American Friends Service Committee. Currently, she is working as the Director of Communication for Solidarity Bridge.