Who is Christina Moore?

A writer, producer, comedian, model, fashion designer, and above all an actress with nearly 80 acting credits to her name, Christina Moore struggled at the beginning of her show business career, however, she managed to become a favorite TV personality back in the early 2000s as a cast member of the show “Mad TV”. She’s perhaps known best for her role as Candy Sullivan in the series “Hawthorne”, while movie lovers will probably recognize her as Patty in the movie “Roped”.

One way or another, Christina Moore has gained fame, and many of her admirers want to know more about her story. If you are one of those, just keep on scrolling, and find all the interesting facts about this true multi-hyphenate.

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Early life, family, and education

Born Christina Annette Moore under the zodiac sign of Aries on 12 April 1973, in Palatine, Illinois USA, she holds American nationality and comes from a family of Norwegian, German, English and Irish descent. Christine was raised in her hometown by her parents Caroll and Joy, alongside her sister, whose name she hasn’t shared.

Christine had an interest in performing from an early age, and sang in her family’s church, while in high school she already toured with a school’s musical theatre group. Speaking of her educational background, upon matriculating from high school in 1991, Christina enrolled at Illinois Wesleyan University (School of Theatre Arts), from which she graduated with a BA degree in 1995.

Subsequently, Christine moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue her acting career.

Roles in series

Making her acting debut as Sexy Anchor in an episode of the series “Beverly Hills, 90210” in 1996, Christine followed with numerous guest appearances over the years. She was seen in “The Burning Zone” (1997) and “Friends” (1998), among many others, before she landed the role of Amy Sweeny in the drama “Hyperion Bay”, aired in 1998 and 1999, but which was canceled after 17 episodes.

Christine was next seen guest-starring in “Just Shoot Me!” (2000), “Seven Days” (2001), and “24” (2002) before she replaced Lisa Robin Kelly as Laurie Forman in the popular sitcom “That ’70s Show”. Christine was seen in less than ten episodes during 2003 and 2004, concurrently playing various characters in the sketch series “Mad TV”, while the audience favorite was her impressions of Christine Aguilera and Sharon Stone.

In the following year, Christina was seen as Emerson Ives in 13 episodes of the series “Hot Properties”, a comedy focused on the lives of four women who worked in a real estate office. She followed with a few guest roles in “Will & Grace” (2006), “The Wedding Bells” (2007), and “Two and a Half Men” (2008), while between 2008 and 2013, she had the recurring role of Tracy Clark in “90210”. Concurrently, her next notable TV series role came in 2009 when she was cast to play Candy Sullivan in “Hawthorne”; through 2011, Christina was seen in 21 episodes of this drama, starring Jada Pinkett Smith, which had 11 award nominations and two wins.

Christina was seen in less than five episodes of the series “True Blood” (2011-2012), and had a role as Christina Ross in seven episodes of the series “Jessie”, between 2011 and 2015.

In the following year, she was cast to play Principal Renee Helfrick in the comedy series “Mr. Student Body President”, with her and the rest of the crew winning the Streamy Award for Best Ensemble. The show aired until 2017 when Christina landed the role of Mandy Heiser in “Claws”, a comedy crime-drama about five women who work at a nail salon, however, they are also involved in various crimes. It was nominated for the Satellite Award- Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical, aired until 2022, with Christina seen in the first two seasons.

Most recently, Christina was cast to play Susanna Clarkman in the series “Casa Grande”, in which she stars opposite John Pyper-Ferguso – many critics believe that this is the role that she has been waiting for since the beginning of her acting career. The show premiered in May 2023, and has already gained popularity with the audience, who say that this show is ‘a must watch’.

Roles in movies

Christina made her movie debut as J-Wags Patron in the 1997 movie “The Sore Losers”, then followed with her role as Jocelyn Colby in the 2001 TV movie “Walking Shadow”. Three years later, she returned on the big screen as Butterfly in the mystery comedy “Without a Paddle”, also starring Seth Green and Matthew Lillard.

In the following years, she was seen co-starring in “Complete Guide to Guys” (2005), “Delta Farce” (2007), “Born to Race” (2011), and “Sperm Donor” (2012). Next, Christina starred opposite Whoopi Goldberg and Ernie Hudson in the 2015 TV movie “Delores & Jermaine”, which followed the story of a young boy who moves in to live with his tough grandma.

Christina returned on the big screen co-starring in the drama “The Dog Lover” in 2016, followed by her main role as Jennifer Hutchins in the 2017 western drama “Running Wild”, which she co-wrote with Brian Rudnick. Later that year, she was seen as Emily in the drama “Searching for Fortune”, which was nominated for the Queens World Film Festival Jury Award for Best Narrative Feature.

In 2018, she starred in the sports action drama “Dirt”, followed by her role in “American Fighter” (2019). The following year seems to be quite good for Christina since she starred in “Mile High Escorts”, “Lady Driver”, “Roped”, and “Wheels of Fortune”.

Two years later, she was seen in “That’s Amor”, followed by her role as Lisa in “I Believe in Santa”, which was one of the most popular movies on Netflix. Christina’s now announced her appearance in the upcoming comedy “The Nana Project”, about a feisty chess master, which is currently in development.

Love life and relationships

Christina is quite secretive when it comes to her love life, and hasn’t shared any info about her previous relationships. This doesn’t mean that she hasn’t been the subject of various speculations, however, it’s widely known that the actress is a married woman.

Back in 2006, she met her future husband John Ducey, also an actor and writer. He’s probably known best for his portrayal of Lucas in the series “Jonas”, while most recently the couple was seen starring together in the movie “I Believe in Santa”, which John wrote.

The two married on 5 July 2008, and as of July 2023, they celebrated their 15th anniversary. Christina and John don’t have children.

Age, height, and net worth

Christina recently turned 50, but according to her fans, she’s still good-looking. Her trademark is her long, blonde hair and bright, blue eyes. She is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) tall and weighs around 130lbs (60kgs).

According to sources, as of July 2023, her net worth has been estimated at over $2 million.

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