|Born||in Dallas, Texas, USA|
|Birth Name||Christine Helen Lakin|
|Height||5' 1" (1.55 m)|
Mini Bio (2)
Christine Helen Lakin was born on January 25th, 1979 in Dallas, Texas. After moving several times as a child, her family finally settled in Atlanta, Georgia, where Christine started her acting career. There, she attended the Atlanta workshop players - a theater group which plays in schools in the Atlanta metro area. Her first audition was for a TV-commercial - "Got Milk?!", and after not getting that job, she didn't have to wait long for her next opportunity, which was the part as the young Rose in the civil-war flick The Rose and the Jackal (1990), which also starred Christopher Reeve. In 1991, she took her first step towards big fame and landed the role as the tomboyish Al on the Friday night hit Step by Step (1991).
During the sitcom's long run, Christine gracefully grew up, graduated from high school in 1997 and made various appearances on other television shows. When Step by Step (1991) was cancelled in 1998, Christine, while attending UCLA and majoring in film, looked for other film roles. She landed jobs in independent films such as Boltneck (2000) and Finding Kelly (2000). Whatever It Takes (2000) was Christine's first wide theatrical film release. Since then, she has had a slew of independent coming-of-age films along with guest appearances on such hit shows as Boston Public (2000), and Opposite Sex (2000). Still attending UCLA and handling a film career, Christine is managing to do what few child actors tend to do, which is continue.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Breighton Lee; email@example.com
Christine Lakin - Biography
Atlanta native, Christine Lakin is probably best known for her role as "Al" in the 90's sit-com Step By Step, but you may have seen her more recently Wednesdays at 8pm on the POP Network in her new series, Hollywood Darlings. Christine Exec produces and stars alongside Jodie Sweetin (Fuller House) and Beverley Mitchell (7th Heaven) in this highly improvised comedy, loosely based on their real lives and friendship. Christine has also appeared in dozens of films and TV shows such as Modern Family, Mothers Day, CSI, The League, Melissa and Joey, Valentines Day, Veronica Mars and You Again. You've probably heard her voice in multiple roles on FOX's Family Guy, Cartoon Network's Clarence and as Jane in The Walking Dead game, Seasons 1 and 2. She is the voice behind PeeBee in EA's Mass Effect: Andromeda, launching March 2017. She hosts regularly for CMT, VH1 and E!, most recently co-hosting The Big Morning Buzz with Nick Lachey and The Soup Investigates with Joel McHale.
Ms. Lakin is a nominated choreographer in her spare time, whose work has appeared on HBO's Westworld, True Blood, and ABC's The Goldbergs, on which she is in her 4th season. Christine has also performed in several acclaimed theater productions, most recently as Clarice Starling in the cult-hit Silence, The Musical (LADCC award) and dozens with LA favorite, The Troubadour Theater Company. She is well known for her numerous audio book narrations, including The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black and Broken Monsters by Lauren Beukes, winning raves as "...one of the most remarkable books of the year".
As a producer, Christine is the creator of the hit storytelling show, Worst Ever, which ran to sold-out crowds around Los Angeles and New York before being developed and sold as a series with Thank You Brain Productions. You can now find it in podcast form on AudioBoom and iTunes. Recent guests have included her Hollywood Darlings co-stars, Tony-nominees, Step By Step castmates and more.
As a writer, she has sold scripted content to MTV, Hulu, and has developed series with Whoopi, Inc., Campanario and Momentum TV. Her blog about every day life as a mom, her obsessions with food, cooking, travel and style and other rambling thoughts on life can be found at christine-lakin.
Ms. Lakin lives in Los Angeles with her husband Brandon, baby girl Georgia and cattle dogs Codybear and ZoeZoe.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Worst Ever Productions
|Brandon Breault||(25 October 2014 - present) (1 child)|