• Christina Moore is a model, actress, comedian, screenwriter and fashion designer.
• She is best known for her role in the comedy sketch series "MADtv" and other popular television shows such as "That '70s Show" and "90210".
• She has an estimated net worth of $2 million earned through her successful career in the entertainment industry.
• She is married to actor John Ducey and is active on various social media platforms.
• She is the founder of the all-female comedy sketch group "Bitches Funny".
Known for movies
|Date Of Birth||April 12, 1973|
|Fact||After graduating from Illinois Wesleyan University, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career.|
- 1 Who is Christina Moore?
- 2 The Net Worth of Christina Moore
- 3 Early Life, Education, and Career Beginnings
- 4 MADtv and Rise to Fame
- 5 Recent Projects
- 6 Personal Life
- 7 General Info
- 8 Family
- 9 Accomplishments
- 10 Social profile links
- 11 Facts
- 12 Pictures
- 13 Movies
Who is Christina Moore?
Christina Moore was born on 12 April 1973, in Palatine, Illinois, USA. She is a model, actress, comedian, screenwriter, and fashion designer, but best known for initially earning popularity as one of the main cast members of the comedy sketch series “MADtv”. She’s also had roles in various popular television shows such as “That ‘70s Show”, and “90210”.
The Net Worth of Christina Moore
How rich is Christina Moore? As of early-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $2 million, earned through a successful career in the entertainment industry. She’s been active in acting since 1996, and has also done several film projects over the course of her career. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.
Early Life, Education, and Career Beginnings
At a young age, Christina developed a strong interest in performing thanks to participating in church programs which had her perform and sing. During high school, she then started to work with a children’s musical theatre troupe which performed throughout Chicago. She gained one of her first professional roles in Evansville, Indiana where she worked in summer stock, performing in productions of “Young Abe: the Abraham Lincoln Boyhood Outdoor Musical Drama”, “Annie”, and “Big River”.
She was supported by both her parents and three older sisters. After matriculating from high school, she then enrolled at Illinois Wesleyan University School of Theatre Arts, completed her degree and then moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting work. She started by gaining television roles including in “The Bad Girls Guide” and “Hyperion Bay”, and recurring roles in “Unhappily Ever After” and “Pasadena”, which is a soap opera aired on Fox.
MADtv and Rise to Fame
More opportunities came to Moore including guest roles in popular television projects such as “Friends”, “Just Shoot Me!” and “24”, which is a series featuring seasons covering 24 hours, an hour each episode, following the story of agent Jack Bauer, a member of the Counter Terrorist Unit in the United States. However, it wasn’t until 2002 that she started to become a household name, as she joined the cast of “MADtv” – the television show was originally inspired by “Mad” magazine and is loosely based on it, though focused more on comedy sketches.
During her time on the show, she did notable impressions of popular personalities such as Brittany Murphy, Christina Aguilera, Sharon Stone and Shannon Elizabeth. She stayed with the show for 25 episodes, before deciding to move on to other projects, including being invited to join the cast of “That ‘70s Show” during its eighth season, replacing Lisa Robin Kelly. The period sitcom is set in the 1970s, and follows the lives of six teenage friends living in a fictional area of Wisconsin, and starring Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher and Topher Grace.
— Christina Moore (@christineamoore) April 29, 2016
In 2005, Christina starred in the television show entitled “Hot Properties”, a sitcom about four women working in a Manhattan real estate office, but which aired for only 13 episodes. She then worked on the comedy film “Without a Paddle” as one of the stars, based on a story by Harris Goldberg and starring Seth Green and Matthew Lillard in a story is about three reunited childhood friends going on a trip to try to recover the long lost treasure of airplane hijacker D. B. Cooper. Despite negative reception, the film gained a cult following.
She also had a guest role in the television show “Two and a Half Men”, playing the rebound lover of Alan Harper. In 2008, she gained a recurring role in the television show “90210” playing Tracy Clark, the mother of Naomi Clark. She then became a main cast member of the show “Hawthorne”, playing Candy Sullivan.
A few of her recent projects include the Disney shows “Jessie”, “Bunk’d”, and the sitcom “Last Man Standing”. She also continues her love for sketch, founding the all-female group Bitches Funny which performs in the Los Angeles and New York areas. When not doing acting projects, Christina also does voice work, mainly narrating audio books as she did with “Yellow Star”.
For her personal life, Moore married actor John Ducey in 2008 – he is known for his work in numerous popular television shows such as “Sabrina, the Teenage Witch”, “Will & Grace”, “Drake & Josh”, and “Jonas”.
Similar to numerous actresses, Christina is highly active online through the use of accounts on major social media websites, including Instagram on which she posts personal pictures, also of herself with fellow cast members, and a few throwback pictures from time to time. She has a Twitter account on which she posts about some of her daily thoughts, and also promotions of her recent projects. However, there is usually a long time in between her posts, and she is more active on Instagram. There are also fan pages of her on the website Facebook, but they are neither owned nor managed by her. Aside from her online accounts, video clips of her most popular projects can be viewed on the website YouTube.
|Full Name||Christina Moore|
|Date Of Birth||April 12, 1973|
|Profession||Fashion Designer, Actor, Model, Businessperson|
|Education||Illinois Wesleyan University|
|Awards||ADG Excellence in Production Design Awards - Television Movie or Mini-Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Art Direction - Miniseries or a Movie|
|Movies||Running Wild, The Dog Lover, Born to Race, Delta Farce, Dave Barry's Complete Guide to Guys, Without a Paddle, Delores & Jermaine, Walking Shadow|
|TV Shows||Jessie, Hawthorne, Mad TV, That '70s Show, Hot Properties, The Bad Girl's Guide, Hyperion Bay|
|1||Friend of Laurie Holden. They lived next door to each other in the San Fernando Valley.|
|2||American comic actress.|
|3||After graduating from Illinois Wesleyan University, she moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career.|
|4||Replaced Lisa Robin Kelly as Laurie Forman on That '70s Show (1998).|
|Women's Murder Club||2007||TV Series||Drew Kaplan|
|The Wedding Bells||2007||TV Series||Chrissie Miller|
|Will & Grace||2006||TV Series||Kitty|
|Love, Inc.||2006||TV Series||Tiffany|
|Hot Properties||2005||TV Series||Emerson Ives|
|Complete Guide to Guys||2005||Elaine|
|The Bad Girl's Guide||2005||TV Series||Sarah|
|Unscripted||2005||TV Series||Support Group Testimonial|
|Without a Paddle||2004||Butterfly|
|That '70s Show||2003-2004||TV Series||Laurie Forman|
|Pasadena||2001-2002||TV Series||Jayleen Richards|
|Walking Shadow||2001||TV Movie||Jocelyn Colby|
|Family Law||2001||TV Series||Jennifer Cooke|
|Seven Days||2001||TV Series||Dr. Grace Weiman|
|Just Shoot Me!||2000||TV Series||Colleen|
|Suddenly Susan||1998-2000||TV Series||Elizabeth Macstone / Heather|
|Hyperion Bay||1998-1999||TV Series||Amy Sweeny|
|Conrad Bloom||1998||TV Series||Allison|
|Unhappily Ever After||1998||TV Series||Cherri|
|The Drew Carey Show||1998||TV Series||Court Reporter|
|Almost Perfect||1997||TV Series||Jenny|
|Fired Up||1997||TV Series||Betsy|
|Saved by the Bell: The New Class||1997||TV Series||Claire Martin|
|Silk Stalkings||1997||TV Series||Susan Henderson|
|The Burning Zone||1997||TV Series||Tracy|
|The Sore Losers||1997||J-Wags Patron|
|Married with Children||1996||TV Series||Gorgeous Woman|
|Beverly Hills, 90210||1996||TV Series||Sexy Anchor|
|Running Wild||2017||completed||Jennifer Hutchins|
|Marlon||2017||TV Series||Ms. Frye|
|Bunk'd||2016||TV Series||Christina Ross|
|Mr. Student Body President||2016||TV Series||Principal Renee Helfrick|
|The Dog Lover||2016||Cassie Sumpter|
|Searching for Fortune||2016||Emily|
|Delores & Jermaine||2015||TV Movie||Ebony|
|Dropping the Soap||2015||TV Series||Rachel|
|Jessie||2011-2015||TV Series||Christina Ross|
|Bad Judge||2014-2015||TV Series||Tom's Wife|
|Jennifer Falls||2014||TV Series||Carrie|
|Last Man Standing||2012-2014||TV Series||April|
|90210||2008-2013||TV Series||Tracy Clark|
|Castle||2012||TV Series||Stephanie Frye|
|True Blood||2011-2012||TV Series||Suzanne McKittrick|
|Rules of Engagement||2012||TV Series||Jane|
|Man Up||2012||TV Series||Marcy|
|Born to Race||2011||Video||Ms. Parker|
|Free Agents||2011||TV Series||Hank's Date|
|Hawthorne||2009-2011||TV Series||Candy Sullivan|
|Burn Notice||2010||TV Series||Isabella|
|Sonny with a Chance||2009||TV Series||Tammi Hart|
|Two and a Half Men||2008||TV Series||Cynthia Sullivan|
|Pray for Rain||2017||co-producer post-production|
|Running Wild||2017||co-producer completed|
|Pray for Rain||2017||post-production|
|Running Wild||2017||writer completed|
|TMI Hollywood||2013||TV Series||Herself - Sketch Actor|
|The Brian McKnight Show||2010||TV Series||Herself|
|American Idol: Unauthorized||2007||Video documentary||Herself|
|The 25th Annual People's Choice Awards||1999||TV Special||Herself|
|That '70s Show Special: The Final Goodbye||2006||TV Special||Laurie Forman #2|
|Saved by the Bell: The New Class||1997||TV Series||Claire Martin|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia