Mini Bio (1)
Krystin Goodwin resides in Los Angeles, and New York City. She continues to work as an on-air personality in Television, Radio, and on the web. Her work can be viewed on USA Today, MSN, The Huffington Post, and Yahoo. Krystin is live everyday on FOX News Headlines 24/7 Sirius XM channel 115 and on FOX News Radio Sirius XM channel 114.
Krystin's first TV show appearance was on NBC Universal's 'Attack of the Show,' with G4TV. She was seen in several episodes and became a part of the opening sequence of the show's Drunkle Ted segments. Her first costarring role was on TNT's 'Franklin and Bash,' where she opened an episode playing a TV News Reporter. She has been featured as an Actress in Netflix's 'Orange is The New Black,' NBC's 'The Blacklist,' 'Bull' on CBS, FOX's 'The Following' and NBC's 'American Odyssey.'
Krystin studied sketch comedy and Improv at Upright Citizens Brigade in Manhattan, New York and continues to train in theater and dance. Krystin is also recognized as a female Aviator, training for her private pilots license. She has been featured on several outlets to promote more women in aviation, including Santa Monica Airport's 'Females in Aviation.'
Krystin was born and raised in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area of Fairfax, Virginia. At a young age, she began singing, dancing and won several awards competing in talent competitions, and playing the piano.
As a high school student, Krystin swam, played field hockey, lacrosse, and basketball. She also performed in her high school's nationally competing show choir 'Touch of Class.' As a senior, she traveled to Chicago, Illinois to compete with the group at the Oriental Ford Theater. Touch of Class was a finalist in the top ten of the country.
Krystin attended Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida where she joined the school's competitive mass media production department. She was selected by the Producers of the university's "The Leonard Hamilton Show," to be the Feature Reporter for the school's Florida State Men's Basketball Team.
While attending college, Krystin worked as a Reporter for FOX Sports Florida, a Florida Network Station highlighting the 17 athletic programs at the University which aired all over Florida. She reported, produced, and edited news segments, and was the Sports Reporter for the school's TV programs "Seminole Showcase" and "Seminole Sports Magazine."
Krystin graduated with a Bachelor of Science in broadcast communication, and a minor in film. She graduated Magna Cum Laude, with honors in Lambda Pi-eta (Communication Honor Society), Oscar Ariaz Sancez (Hispanic Honor Society), Golden Key International Honor Society and Sigma Alpha Lambda (National Leadership Honor Society).
After university, Krystin accepted a job as a one-man band on-air Reporter for the CBS affiliate in Tallahassee, Florida, WCTV Eyewitness News. She also anchored and co-produced an entertainment show for the station on the weekends called "Weekend Happenings," which aired on Saturday and Sunday mornings in north Florida and southern Georgia.
After a year working in hard news, Krystin left WCTV, and returned to the D.C. area in January of 2009. She attended the Inauguration of President Barack Obama, and the Inaugural Youth Ball with a friend who worked for the Presidential Inauguration Committee (P.I.C.).
In early 2009, Krystin moved to New York City. She was selected as the Red Carpet Reporter for the prestigious theater award program, The Drama Desk Awards. Krystin covered the event for three consecutive years.
In late 2009, Krystin moved to Los Angeles.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Krystin's Publicist