• Christiana Barkley is the daughter of NBA player Charles Barkley
• She graduated from Columbia University with a degree in journalism in 2011
• She is an active philanthropist and volunteer at animal shelters
• She enjoys travelling, watching movies, and playing sports
• Her net worth is over $100,000 and her father's is over $40 million
Who is Charles Barkley’s daughter? Christiana Barkley Wiki Bio
Christiana Barkley was born in the USA in 1989 – she is popular for being the daughter of Charles Barkley, a famous basketball player, and began attracting the media’s attention after her controversial photos were leaked on the internet.
Early life and education
Christiana was born to Charles Barkley and his wife Maureen Blumhardt, who is a model as well as an actress and a member of the Fresh Start Women’s Foundation, which serves to help women educate themselves and find jobs.
Christiana attended Columbia University in New York, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in journalism in 2011.
Christiana is currently only a social media personality, and is apparently living a lavish life thanks to her father’s money – she hasn’t launched a career in her field of studies (journalism), and currently appears to be unemployed.
Christiana’s name began circulating around the internet after some controversial pictures which were at first believed to be of her were uploaded on the Ari user’s Twitter account.
The pictures contained explicit content, but it was later found that the girl in these pictures who calls herself Villanova was not actually Christiana, but only resembles her.
Love life and marriage
Christiana is rumored to be dating a man whom she met at an event she attended with her parents, but she hasn’t been seen with anyone in public; she isn’t married and has no children. She mostly goes out with her mother and father to whatever events they are invited to.
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Hobbies and other interests
Christiana is a philanthropist which is something she inherited from her mother, and can often be seen with her at charity events such as the Fresh Start Fashion Gala, at which over $1.5 million was raised for charity. She is also very fond of animals, and has volunteered several times at a local animal shelter in Los Angeles throughout the years. She was very sporting while at high school, as she tried to follow in her father’s footsteps and was part of the school’s basketball and soccer teams, however, she quit playing after matriculation.
In her spare time, Christiana enjoys watching movies and TV shows – some of her favorites are “The Pirates of the Caribbean” movie franchise and “That ‘70s Show” TV series. She likes to travel and has already been to several states in the US with her parents – she also often travels with her mother to various charity events.
Appearance and net worth
Christiana is 30 years old. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 9ins (1.75m) tall, and weighs around 143lbs (65kgs) – her net worth is over $100,000, while her father Charles’ net worth is over $40 million.
Who is Charles Barkley, Christiana’s father?
Charles Barkley was born in Leeds, Alabama USA on 20 February 1963 – his zodiac sign is Pisces and he holds American nationality. Charles is a retired professional basketball player who competed in the National Basketball Association (NBA) – he goes by the nicknames The Round Mound of Rebound, Sir Charles, and Street Beef. Charles attended Leeds High School, and although he was taller and heavier than most other students there, he initially still failed to join the school’s basketball main team, and was put on the reserve bench – he became part of the starting team only during his senior year, when he was 6ft 4ins (1.93m) tall.
He was scouted by Auburn University and won a scholarship, subsequently playing for Auburn for three years until graduating with a bachelor’s degree in business management in 1985. He played the center while at Auburn, and still holds the Auburn record for career field goal percentage to this day, which is 62.6.
He joined the NBA league in 1984 after being drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers team, and had a chance to play with Julius Erving, Maurice Cheeks, and Moses Malone who had brought Philadelphia to NBA championship just the year before.
Moses Malone took him under his wing, helped him maintain his weight, and taught him training and playing techniques. In his second year with the 76ers, Charles became the team’s leading rebounder and second best scorer. Even though 76ers were defeated by Milwaukee Bucks in the Eastern Conference semifinals, Charles was still selected for the ALL-NBA Second Team.
After Moses Malone moved to the Washington Bullets in 1986, Charles steadily took control of the team. After Julius Erving retired in 1987, Charles became the 76ers’ franchise player, and was named to the ALL-NBA First Team, also earning a feature on the cover page of the “Sports Illustrated” magazine.
He played his final season with the 76ers in 1992, then was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers, but almost immediately to the Phoenix Suns.
His first season with the Suns was very productive and he helped them achieve their best NBA season of 62-20, with Charles winning the Most Valuable Player (MVP) award. His final season with the Suns was 1995-1996, when he was traded to the Houston Rockets in exchange for four of their players.
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His venture with the Rockets was his final chance to win an NBA title, but it did not happen. On 8 December 1999, he ruptured his left quadriceps tendon which marked the end of his NBA career– he has since been working for Turner Network Television as their studio basketball analyst.
Charles is also a writer, as he collaborated with Roy S. Johnson on the “Outrageous” autobiographical book in 1991, and in 2002 released his “I May Be Wrong, But I Doubt It” book – in 2005, he published “Who’s Afraid of a Large Black Man?” collection of interviews. He is an actor too, who appeared in the “Space Jam” film in 1996, the “Suits” TV series in 2014, and the “Modern Family” TV series in 2016.