• Christina Annette Moore was born in Palatine, Illinois in 197•
• She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre arts and pursued an acting career in Los Angeles.
• Her most notable performance was probably in the sitcom “That '70s Show”, in which she played Laurie Forman.
• She is married to film writer and producer, John Ducey, since 2008.
• As of 2021, her net worth is estimated to be over $4 million.

Christina Moore Wiki Bio

Christina Annette Moore was born in Palatine, Illinois USA, on 12 April 1973 – her zodiac sign is Aries, and she holds American nationality. She’s an actress, screenwriter, model, and a fashion designer, while she’s probably still known best for her portrayal of Butterfly, in the 2004 adventure mystery comedy movie “Without a Paddle”. It was directed by Steven Brill, starred Matthew Lillard, Dax Shepard and Seth Green, and follows three men who have been friends since childhood, and have now embarked on a camping expedition, as to pay respect to their fourth friend who has just died.

Early life, family and education

Christina was raised alongside her younger sister in Palatine, by their mother Joy and their father Carroll Moore.

She grew up being interested in working with children, and was involved with her family’s church, at which time she also became interested in acting, as she’d often perform to entertain the children there. She attended a local high school, and became even more involved in acting, comedy and music. Christina toured around Chicago, Illinois with the school’s children’s musical theatre troupe, and upon matriculating in 1991, she enrolled at Illinois Wesleyan University School of Theatre Arts, from which she obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in 1995.

During her time at college, she appeared in various theatre plays, such as “Young Abe: The Abraham Lincoln Boyhood Outdoor Musical Drama”, “Big River” and “Cinderella”. Upon graduating, she moved to Los Angeles, California, to pursue an acting career.

Roles in TV series

Christina made her debut TV series appearance in 1996, with her portrayal of Sexy Anchor in the episode “Disappearing Act” of the romantic drama “Beverly Hills, 90210”. The remaining of the ‘90s saw her appear mostly in single episodes of various series, such as the comedy “Married… with Children”, the fantasy science fiction thriller “The Burning Zone”, and the family comedy “Saved by the Bell: The New Class”.

She gained recognition in 1998, when cast to play Amy Sweeny, one of the main characters in the drama “Hyperion Bay”, created by Joseph Dougherty, and which also starred Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Dylan Neal.

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It follows a computer programmer who has returned to his hometown now that he’s successful, and has found out that his high school bully and his high school crush are married, and that she’s not happy with him.

In the 2000s, Christina made a guest appearance in numerous series, while her most notable performance was probably in the sitcom “That ‘70s Show”, in which she played Laurie Forman. The series follows several teenage friends who are living in Wisconsin in the ‘70s; it won 15 awards, including a Primetime Emmy, and was nominated for 77 other awards. Some of her other appearances were in episodes of the romantic comedy “Will & Grace”, the comedy “The Wedding Bells”, and the mystery crime drama “Women’s Murder Club”.

The 2010s also saw Christina focused on making guest appearances and playing supporting characters – three of her most recent TV series roles have been in the 2018 episode “Career Day” of the comedy “Marlon”, two episodes of the crime comedy “Claws” in 2019, and in the same year, an episode “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do” of the family comedy drama “The Unicorn”.

Christina’s currently shooting for the upcoming drama “Casa Grande”, set for a 2022 release.

Roles in movies

She made her debut film appearance in the 1997 action science fiction “The Sore Losers”, and a couple of her following roles were in the 1998 drama “Second Skin”, the 2001 mystery “Walking Shadow”, and the 2005 comedy “Complete Guide to Guys”.

In 2007, she was cast to play the supporting character Karen, in the action adventure comedy “Delta Farce”, directed by C. B. Harding, starring Larry the Cable Guy, DJ Qualls and Bill Engvall, which follows three Army soldiers who have accidentally been dropped at a Mexican village instead of in Iraq. The year 2011 saw Christina appear in the action sports drama “Born to Race”, and the following year saw her star in the short movies “Sperm Donor” and “Serial Dater”. In 2017, she starred alongside Sharon Stone and Tommy Flanagan, in the western drama “Running Wild”, the story of widowed ranch owner Stella Davis, who has begun working with convicts, as they’re helping her tame wild horses which have strayed onto her ranch.

Three of her most recent movie roles have been in 2020, in the comedy “Wheels of Fortune”, the sports drama “Lady Driver”, and the romantic drama “Roped”.

Other credits

Christina received special thanks for the 2016 movie “American Wrestler: The Wizard”.

She has two writing credits, both in 2017 – the film “Pray for Rain”, and the western movie “Running Wild”.

Christina has nine producing credits too, including the 2017 mystery thriller movie “Pray for Rain”, and in 2019 the biographical action film “American Fighter”, and the sports movie “Bennett’s War”. She’s currently working on the upcoming series “Casa Grande”.

She’s featured in the documentary video “American Idol: Unauthorized”, and has made a guest appearance in an episode of the talk-show “The Brian McKnight Show”.

Christina was also in the TV specials “The 25th Annual People’s Choice Awards” (1999) and in “24 Hours of Nothing But Net with Debbie Antonelli” (2021).

Awards and nominations

In 2017, Christina and her colleagues won a Streamy Award for Best Ensemble Cast, for their performance in the comedy series “Mr. Student Body President”.

Love life and husband John Ducey

Christina met her future other half John Ducey sometime in the mid-2000s, when they appeared together in a TV series. John’s also a film writer and producer, who’s been credited with appearing in over 70 movies and TV series, while he’s probably known best for his portrayal of Tom Barlow, in the comedy series “Bad Judge”.

The two exchanged vows in front of their closest friends and family members on 5 July 2008, and it seems as they have since been leading a happy life together, in Sherman Oaks, California – and they don’t have children. While some believe that Christina and John don’t want children because they want to remain focused on their careers, others claim that one of the two is perhaps infertile, however, this hasn’t been confirmed.

Christina hasn’t spoken of any other men whom she had perhaps been with prior to meeting John, and as of June 2021, she’s married to John Ducey and doesn’t have children.

Hobbies and other interests

Christina’s into travelling, and her acting career has taken her all around the US, visiting nearly every state. She has also travelled to Europe, Asia and Africa, for both work and pleasure; her dream travel destination is Las Vegas in Nevada.

Christina loves all animals, and has volunteered at a couple of animal shelters, as well as donated money.

She likes to drink wine.

Christina enjoys being in nature, and her Instagram account’s filled with pictures taken from near lakes, rivers and up in the mountains. She enjoys being active on the network, as she likes the attention she’s getting from her 55,000 followers.

Christina has her own favorite actors, some of whom are Tom Hanks, the late Heath Ledger and the late Robin Williams, and a couple of her favorite movies are “Sleepless in Seattle”, “Brokeback Mountain” and “Patch Adams”.

Age, height and net worth

Christina’s age is 48. She has long blonde hair and blue eyes, her height is 5ft 7ins (1.7m) and she weighs around 136lbs (62kgs).

As of June 2021, her net worth has been estimated at over $4 million.


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