Here is a conversation from this movie Venom 2019:
What do you say, Mr. Drake, we just start at the beginning? - Born to British parents. - Mmm-hmm. And then at 19, you discovered a gene therapy that literally doubles the life expectancy -of pancreatic cancer patients. - Well, actually, it tripled their life expectancy. But it's okay.
Is this sentence common in American and /or British English?
Born to British parents
Are there any other ways to express that idea?
I can't find any similar phrase and born to means something else!