Antonio Cayonne is a popular Canadian actor as well as writer and social media celebrity. He is also well-known as a Canadian musician. He is most well-known for his work on the most popular television shows like “The Vows We Keep (2021), Christmas in Evergreen Bells Are Ringing (2020)” and “The Mighty Ducks Game Changers (2021)”.
He is notable for his roles in numerous television series and films. As an actor, he has earned him a name in Hollywood television and film productions. In addition to acting, he’s also well-known on various online platforms.
Through his entire career, he has played parts in numerous popular TV shows. In addition, Antonio is also popular as a musician since has been featured in a variety of music videos and songs.
|Date of Birth||Not Known|
|Profession||Actor and musician.|
Antonio Cayonne Net Worth
|Net Worth||$2 million USD|
Antonio Cayonne Social Media
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Antonio Cayonne Favorite Things
|Favorite Color||Red, Blue, Green, Black, and Pink|
|Favorite Destination||America, Britain, and Dubai|
|Favorite Actor||Tom Cruise|
|Favorite Actress||Natala Portman|
|Favorite Sports||Football and Chess|
|Favorite Sportsperson||Neymar da Silva Santos Júnior, and Lionel Andrés Messi.|
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