Christina Moore is a multi-faceted American actress, comedian, screenwriter, model, and most recently, producer who has made her mark in several facets of the glamour and entertainment world. She is most recognized for her roles on TV shows such as ‘MADtv,’ ‘That ’70s Show,’ ‘90210,’ and ‘Hawthrone.’ This stunning beauty has been involved in the performing arts since she was a child, performing in her family’s singing and other programs, as well as in a children’s musical theatre group. She began her playing career onstage in productions such as ‘Big River’ and ‘Cinderella,’ among others, after graduating from Illinois Wesleyan University’s School of Theater Arts. She made her acting debut in the mid-1990s on television and in films, but had limited success at first. She landed her first major part in the season-long television series ‘Hyperion Bay.’ Her big break came with the comic sketch television series ‘MADtv,’ which led to roles on ‘That ’70s Show,’ ‘The Bad Girl’s Guide,’ ‘Hot Properties,’ ‘90210,’ ‘Hawthorne,’ and ‘Jessie,’ among others. Moore is known for his films ‘Without a Paddle’ and ‘Delta Farce.’ She’s also dabbled in scripting and film co-production, with credits like ‘Running Wild’ and ‘Pray for Rain.’
Career of Christina Moore
Moore was always engaged in the performing arts and could be found singing in her family church’s choir as well as engaging in other shows. She also toured across Chicago with a children’s musical theatre group while in high school. She moved to Los Angeles shortly after graduating from Illinois Wesleyan University’s School of Theatre Arts.
In Evansville, Indiana, she made her professional debut in a production of ‘Young Abe: the Abraham Lincoln Boyhood Outdoor Musical Drama.’ She went on to star in theatre productions of ‘Big River,’ ‘Cinderella,’ and ‘Annie,’ among others.
Her first appearance on television was in the mid-1990s, when she appeared in single episodes of shows such as ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ (1996) and ‘The Burning Zone’ (1997), among others. She also made her cinematic debut in the 1997 action sci-fi picture ‘The Sore Losers,’ in which she played a minor role.
The American sitcom ‘Unhappily Ever After’ was the first to feature her in many episodes (1998). Amy Sweeny, in the American drama series ‘Hyperion Bay,’ was her first major role (1998-1999).
Although she proceeded to appear in various television shows over the next few years, her breakthrough came with the American comedy sketch TV series ‘MADtv,’ where she appeared in a total of 25 episodes from 2002 to 2003. In the series, she impersonated celebrities such as Sharon Stone, Brittany Murphy, Shannon Elizabeth, Christina Aguilera, and Trista Rehn, earning her a lot of praise as a comic.
Moore left ‘MADtv’ to replace Lisa Robin Kelly as Laurie Forman in the American television period sitcom ‘That ’70s Show,’ appearing in six episodes between 2003 and 2004. She starred in the TV shows ‘The Bad Girl’s Guide’ and ‘Hot Properties’ in 2005. She played Candy Sullivan in the first and second seasons of the television series ‘Hawthrone’ (2009-2011) and appeared as a special guest in the third season, appearing in a total of 20 episodes.
She has been in a number of TV shows throughout the years, including ‘90210’ (2008–2009, 2013), ‘True Blood’ (2011–2012), ‘Jessie’ (2011–2015), and ‘Last Man Standing’ (2012, 2014), as well as guest appearances in ‘Friends’ (1998), ‘Suddenly Susan’ (1998, 2000), ‘Just Shoot Me!’ (2000), and ’24’. (2002).
On August 20, 2004, she starred in the financially successful American comedy film ‘Without a Paddle.’
‘Delta Farce’ (2007), ‘Born to Race’ (2011), and ‘Sperm Donor’ are some of this damsel’s other film projects (2012).
She has dabbled in scripting and film production in addition to acting.
She co-produced, wrote, and acted in the drama film ‘Running Wild,’ which was released in February 2017 and starring Sharon Stone and Tommy Flanagan, among others. She also co-produced ‘Pray for Rain’ and ‘Dirt,’ the latter of which she co-wrote with Gloria Musca.
She is a founding member of the all-female comic sketch ensemble ‘Bitches Funny,’ which has performed in Los Angeles and New York for the past five years.
Moore also invested in and remained a co-owner of ‘Easy Street Motorsports,’ a factory-backed drag racing team that holds the world record.
Personal Experiences of Christina Moore
Christina Moore was born in Palatine, Illinois, on April 12, 1973. Her mother is Abby Moore. She is the youngest of three sisters. She dated actor John Ducey for two years before marrying him on July 5, 2008.
Estimated Net Worth
She has a net worth of $2 million but her salary is not revealed yet.