Gia Mantegna has grown into a gorgeous woman, thanks to her famous father’s genes.
The “Criminal Minds” actor’s daughter is now 28 years old and making waves in the entertainment industry.
Gia has inherited some of her father’s facial features, including his prominent brown eyes and his playful smile, as can be seen in her Instagram photos.
Gia’s talent doesn’t stop with acting. She was a trained gymnast and ballerina growing up. She also plays piano and saxophone and is a skilled singer.
Follow us on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa, to learn more.
The actress, who appeared alongside her father in several episodes of “Criminal Minds”, has more than 30,000 fans following her on Instagram.
Born in Manhattan, New York and raised in Los Angeles, California, Gia made her acting debut at age 13 in the 2003 film “Uncle Nino”, which also starred her father.
TELEVISION AND FILM PROJECTS
She then appeared in “13 Going on 30”. In 2006, Gia played the character of Grace Conrad in “Unaccompanied Minors”. She also played one of the main roles in the television pilot show, “Murder Book”.
Other TV shows she was part in were “The Neighbor”, “Criminal Minds”, “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”, “Gigantic”, “The Middle”, and “Under the Dome”.
For films, she starred in “And Soon the Darkness” and “Apartment 143”.
But Gia’s talent doesn’t stop with acting. She was a trained gymnast and ballerina growing up. She also plays piano and saxophone and is a skilled singer.
Aside from Gia, Joe and his wife Arlene Vrhel have a second daughter, Mia, who has autism.
Jo’s character, Agent Rossi, has been married several times and has a complicated relationship with one of his ex-wives. But this is far removed from his real life.
He has been married to the Arlene for more than four decades. The couple tied the knot on October 3, 1975.
In one interview, he said that the 300th episode of “Criminal Minds” aired on October 3, 2018, their 43rd wedding anniversary. He apologized during that interview that he had to work on their anniversary.
Mia’s autism hasn’t stopped the family from traveling together for Joe’s projects. The actor said that he couldn’t leave his wife behind to raise two kids, so they went with him everywhere.