Who Are Cree Summer Parents - Are They Still Alive? Details About Don & Lili Francks

Cree Summer Parents: Father Don Frances And Mother Lili Frances ( Source : Digitalarchive )

Don Francks (father) and Lili Francks (mother) are the parents of the Canadian-American actress and singer Cree Summers. Read along to learn more about the actress's parents and whether they are still alive or dead.

Cree Summer Francks is a Canadian-American actress and singer born to her Canadian father, Don, and African-American mother, Lili. The Canadian actress is of mixed ethnicity and grew up on the Red Pheasant Reserve in Saskatchewan.

Cree also has a younger brother Rainbow Sun Francks. He is a Canadian actor and songwriter who appeared on a Canadian music video and variety television channel: Much as an on-air personality.

Cree Summer Parents: Who Are Don Francks And Lili Francks?

The parents of the Canadian-American actress and singer are Don Francks and Lili Francks. The couple gave birth to their daughter Summer in Los Angeles, California, on July 7, 1969.

Cree Summer's father was a Canadian actor, musician, and singer who died at 84 on April 3, 2016. The actor was well-known by his stage name Iron Buffalo. He was born on February 28, 1932.

Surprised Little Cree Summer Accepting ACTRA's Best Actor Award For Her Absent Father; Don Francks When He Appeared On Stage ( Source : Digitalarchive )

The mother of the Canadian-American actress Cree is Lili Clark Frances from North Richmond, California. Lili was born on October 17, 1945, in Canada.

According to SecondWiki, Lili's ancestors are Native Americans from the Cree tribe. The Cree tribe are indigenous people from North America who primarily live in Canada and form one of the country's largest First Nations.

More Details On The Parents Of Cree Summer. Are They Still Alive?

The 77 years old Canadian actress and dancer Lili Frances is of Cree and Afro-Canadian ancestry and is well known as Red Eagle.

Lili Clark Frances is an African-American adopted member of the Plains Cree First Nations. She is a Canadian actress and dancer popularly known for her work in movies and television series like Short Circuit 2 (1988), McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971), and Titans (2018).

Cree Summer's mother is still alive and will celebrate her 78th birthday on October 17. However, her father died of cancer on April 3, 2016, in Toronto.

Cree's father's full name was Don Harvey Francks, and shortly after his birth, he was adopted. Don's father was an electrician, and his mother worked at a local music store.

Don performed on Vancouver radio, doing imitations of singers as a child. The actor worked several jobs after dropping out of high school at age 15. Then, when he was 23, he landed a recurring role on the CBC-TV program Burns Chuckwagon from the Stampede Corral.

Cree Summer's Husband And Children

Cree Summer is married to filmmaker and photographer Angelo Pullen. Angelo met Cree after he moved across the street from her home shortly after the couple fell in love and exchanged their vows to be lawfully wedded, husband and wife.

The couple had their first daughter Brave Littlewing in 2011 and had a second daughter two years after Hero Peregrine (named after the peregrine falcon), born in 2013.

Cree Summer's Husband Angelo Pullen With Their Two Daughters Brave Littlewing And Hero Peregrine ( Source : Media )

However, the married couple decided to go their separate ways after almost a decade of their marriage, Cree shared with Elisa Goodkind, the host of StyleLikeU.

According to reports, Cree has not specifically confirmed her separation from Angelo Pullen; however, the phrases she used to describe herself in an Instagram post leave no chance for doubt.


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