Christina Moore is an American actress. She is best known for her roles on TV series such as "That '70s Show" and "Hawthorne," as well as films like "Without a Paddle" and "Delta Farce."
Christina Moore was born on April 12, 1973 in Palatine, Illinois. As a child, she first became interested in acting while participating in her local church's singing and performance programs. From there, she continued to act in high school, even joining a children's musical theatre troupe which traveled all over Chicago. After school, her first official job as an actress came in the form of the play, Young Abe: the Abraham Lincoln Boyhood Outdoor Musical Drama, which was performed in Evansville, Indiana. She also held roles in plays such as Annie, Cinderella and Big River.
After graduating from Illinois Wesleyan University, Christina decided it was time to make the plunge and moved out tot Los Angeles, California, where she could pursue her acting career on the next level. Like many actresses starting out, her first television gigs were usually one-off guest appearances. In fact, two of her first roles had her playing the characters of Sexy Anchor and Gorgeous Woman on the series "Beverly Hills, 90210" and "Married...with Children," respectively, in 1996. The roles continued to get bigger and bigger, and by 2002, she had played recurring roles on series such as "Unhappily Ever After" and, "Pasadena," and even playing a main role on "Hyperion Bay."
Of course, Christina's career didn't really begin to heat up until 2003, when she joined the eighth season cast of "MADtv," which lead to her taking over the role as Laurie Forman on the popular FOX series, "That '70s Show," in 2003. She is still recognized most for that role today. Since then, she has played major roles on series such as "Hawthorne," "True Blood," and "90210," and starred in the films "Without a Paddle" and "Delta Farce."