Christine Elizabeth Woods is an American actress probably best known for her roles in “Hello Ladies” and “FlashForward.” She recently landed in the NBC comedy pilot “Two to Go,” about two friends who grapple with the challenges of modern-day dating.
Christine Woods is of Irish ancestry and she grew up in Orange County, California. In high school, she starred in a theatre group called “Soundstation.” She is a self-described theater geek and spent her childhood studying dance and music.
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Christine Woods attended the University of Arizona where she studied musical theatre. When she moved to LA, she threw herself into auditioning. Her first professional acting gig was on “CSI: Miami.” She has also appeared on “Go On,” “Castle” and “The Closer,” among other projects.
A bit of trivia: her favorite foods are the classic hamburger, French fries and chocolate shake.
Christine Woods has a tattoo, and was lucky on “FlashForward” that she was able to keep it for the show. “It’s wonderful to actually keep your tattoo in a job. It takes away at least an hour in the make-up chair. This is what helped me get the job because people couldn’t remember my name, but they remembered my tattoo. It’s how I got the callback – ‘The girl with the thing on her arm.’” The tattoos are three cirlces on the inside of her arm.
On “FastFoward,” it was her first time playing a gay character. “I think it’s wonderful. I’m a huge advocate of gay rights – to me, it’s synonymous with human rights – it’s the same damn thing.”
As for her role on the short-lived “Perfect Couples,” Christine Woods said, “Honestly, I don’t think a [perfect couple exists.] Everyone has a different idea of what’s perfect and there’s just no such thing!” She added in her own relationships, “I tend to over talk and over express.”
Christine Woods resides in Los Angeles and is currenly single.