• Calvin Millan is an American TV and film actor, best known for his role in Nickelodeon's "Mutt & Stuff" and being the son of Cesar Millan, a Mexican-American actor.
• He was born in the USA and is of mixed ethnicity, with his grandparents hailing from Mexico.
• He is an animal lover with a passion for travel, and is an active Instagram user with over 25,000 followers.
• He has an estimated net worth of $1 million as of 202•
• His parents, Ilusion and Cesar Milan, divorced in 2012 after 16 years of marriage.
Calvin is an American film and TV actor, perhaps known best for his role in Nickelodeon’s “Mutt & Stuff”, and is also widely popular for being the son of Cesar Millan, a Mexican-American actor famous for his work in the Emmy Award-nominated TV show “Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan.”
Age Early Life, and Education Background
Calvin Millan was born in the USA under the Virgo zodiac sign on 27 August 1999, which makes him 22 years old as of early 2022. He was born to Ilusion Millan, a businesswoman, former teacher, and TV producer, and her husband who is a skilled dog behaviourist and trainer. Calvin is of mixed ethnicity – his grandparents, Felipe Millan and Maria Favela de Millan hailed from Mexico.
He was raised with his elder brother Andre, who was also born under the Virgo zodiac sign on 11 August 1994. The actor had a somewhat rough childhood since his parents ended their 16 years of marriage with a divorce when he was ten years old.
Hobbies and Interesting facts
Calvin is an animal lover who enjoys working at Good Shepherd’s Academy opposite his girlfriend – he also enjoys helping his father with his rescue and dog training programs.
He likes calling himself ‘Young Whisperer’, since his father is famously known as ‘Dog Whisperer’
The “Mutt & Stuff” star enjoys traveling, and has toured many USA destinations. He also likes reading books when he’s not working.
Calvin made his career debut in 2012 when he appeared in the reality show “Dog Whisperer, then later appeared in the documentary “Cesar Millan: The Real Story” as himself – the show is about a Mexican immigrant (Cesar Millan) who rises from scratch to become an international superstar and dog trainer. He also starred between 2015-2017 in the family series “Mutt & Stuff,” which follows the story of a father and a son interacting with puppets and dogs in their Mutt & Stuff canines school.
Calvin is active on Instagram with over 25,000 followers, whom he often gives insight into his personal life – according to his account’s description, he’s a dog handler.
In 2020, Calvin met and started dating his girlfriend, Arianna Mendez, who is an animal trainer and works for his father’s animal rescue foundation. She is famous on Instagram and is fond of posting pictures of pets and birds that are up for adoption. The two lovebirds are seemingly very close and have populated their Instagram pages with their photos together and romantically captioned messages; On Valentine’s Day in 2021, he took her for lunch in Little Tokyo and they had a lot of fun together; he later took to Instagram saying ‘My Valentine’s Day was spent in absolute bliss. I love you so much mi reina, I will never forget the godly amount of time and patience you’ve given me to grow.’ The duo were also seen celebrating Millan’s birthday in 2021.
Height, Weight, and Physical Appearance
Calvin is of white ethnicity and has short black hair and black eyes. He is 5ft 8ins (1.73m) tall and weighs approximately 155lbs (70kg).
Millan’s career as an actor is growing steadily, and he’s featured in a number of successful productions, which has seen his net worth grow and his fame skyrocket. His net worth is approximately $1 million as of 2022, as sources show.
Calvin Millan’s Parents
Ilusion is an American TV producer, who was born on 18 September 1976, into her middle-class family of precision machine businesspeople – she’s a devoted Catholic. Calvin’s mother started her career as a teacher before she shifted her focus to her husband’s Cesar Millan Inc. firm. She was involved in many charities aimed at promoting animals’ wellbeing and health, and boasts of creating “Illusion Collar,” which is designed to restrain difficult dogs.
From 2006-2012, she served as an Associate and Co-Executive Producer of “Dog Whisperer ‘,’ working in over eight seasons. When she divorced her husband, their previous Ilusion and Cesar Foundation changed its name to The Millan Foundation, which has now joined forces with Yale University to teach people how to take care of animals.
Ilusion was 17 years old when she spotted Cesar – who was 24 years old then – across an ice rink, and fell in love with him. However, a friend warned Cesar, who was living in a single-roomed apartment then, that dating an underage girl could land him in serious trouble. They had to end their affair, and Ilusion revealed during an interview that, ‘I came to the door and pressed the bell, and he said “I can’t see you anymore.” It killed me…’ However, their love didn’t die, and when she turned 18, they rekindled it but by ‘accident’ when she fell pregnant unexpectedly, prompting Cesar to propose to her.
They tied the knot and moved in together in Los Angeles, where they welcomed their child shortly afterwards.
One year after their child’s birth, Ilusion suffered a life-threatening gallbladder infection and had to be operated on. Her husband failed to visit her in hospital, and only going to see her long after her surgery. This made her very angry and she almost broke up with him – he apologized and agreed to go for counseling; a few years after they reconciled, they welcomed their second child.
Cesar Filipe Milan was born in Culiacan, Mexico, on 27 August 1969, and was raised on a farm where he developed a close relationship with canines – he had a nickname, El Perrero (the dog man) as he was growing up. When he attained the age of 21, he moved to the US and began working as a car cleaner before he was employed as a dog groomer.
His passion and determination soon started paying-off, when he founded the famous Pacific Point Canine Academy. He later founded the Los Angeles-based Dog Psychology Centre, before his involvement in the show “Dog Whisperer” in 2012.
In 2009, Cesar launched the magazine “Cesar’s Way”, addressing dog training techniques and guiding readers on how they can develop strong bonds with their pets. He also boasts of creating 2013’s documentary show “Leader of the Pack”, before making “Cesar 911” in the year that followed. He became an official US resident with permanent Resident Status in 2010. As of early 2022, Cesar is worth approximately $25 million, according to authoritative sources.
For reasons that they kept private, Calvin’s parents’ union began failing, and 2010 saw his mother filing for divorce. Her husband was devastated when he learnt about her plans, and even attempted suicide in March that year, as sources reveal. The divorce was finalized two years later, the court ordering Cesar to pay her a one-time payout of $400,000, $23,000 spousal support per month, and $10,000 for child support. After their divorce, they agreed to raise their children with mutual understanding.
Shortly afterwards, Calvin’s father started seeing Jahira Dar, a skilled sales lady hailing from the Dominican Republic. Dar was born in 1985 so is about 16 years younger than Cesar – they became engaged six years after meeting.