Cheryl Texiera Net Worth

Cheryl Texiera was born on October 19, 2006 in  Mahopac, New York, United States, is Actress, Writer, Producer. Cheryl Texiera is an actress/writer/producer most known for her roles on It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia (2005), Girl Meets World (2014), and Bachelorette Weekend (2015). In 2012, she began creating her own content and opened the production company: CrazyChic Productions. The web series she created and starred in: Confessions of a Bitter(sweet) Actress (2013) was nominated for a 2014 Independent Television Award. Originally from Mahopac, New York and one of five children, Cheryl loves living as bicoastal as possible and spending time with her family.
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Who is it? Actress, Writer, Producer
Birth Day October 19, 2006
Birth Place  Mahopac, New York, United States
Age 14 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Scorpio
Directed by Carl Lindbergh
Produced by Carl Lindbergh
Written by Carl Lindbergh
Screenplay by Carl Lindbergh
Starring Scott Kuza David Scott Alaina Gianci Lucia Sullivan Cheryl Texiera Matthew Stiller Veronica Wylie Matthew Phillips
Music by Peter Scartabello
Cinematography John Grove
Production company ANOC Productions
Release date June 21, 2011 (2011-06-21) (United States)
Running time 85 minutes
Country United States
Language English

💰 Net worth: $10 Million

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2013

A score of one out of five was awarded by Vegan Voorhees, which described the film as "idiotic" and concluded the review with, "Despite director/writer/producer/actor Lindbergh's impressive enough camera work and production Polish, everything that happens in Bunnyman happens wrong. Like a bitter, out of date Easter egg, it's shiny and pretty on the outside and sickening under the foil". 28 Days Later Analysis called Bunnyman an incompetent and frustrating mess, gave it a "generous" three out of ten, and wrote "atrocious acting, zero character development, no tension, zero sense of pacing, poorly written, continuity errors abound, audio problems, ADR and dubbing, poorly written characters, forced tension, meandering story, etc." Gorepress also gave an overwhelmingly negative critique, stating "The Bunnyman Massacre is literally the worst film I've seen in years. Decades, even. Why? Well – simply put – because it's appallingly made on every single level".