Christine Lakin – Biography
Probably best known for her role as “Al” in the 90’s sit-com Step By Step, as an actress, Christine Lakin has appeared in dozens of films and TV shows such as CSI, The League, Melissa and Joey, Valentines Day, Veronica Mars and You Again. She recurs in multiple roles on FOX’s Family Guy, Cartoon Network’s Clarence and played a pivotal role in The Walking Dead game, Seasons 1 and 2. She hosts regularly for CMT, VH1 and E!, most recently co-hosting The Big Morning Buzz with Nick Lachey and Party Down South reunion and after shows. Ms. Lakin is a nominated choreographer in her spare time, whose work has appeared on HBO’s True Blood, 90210, and currently on ABC’s The Goldbergs. Christine has also performed in several acclaimed theater productions, most recently as Clarice Starling in the cult-hit Silence, The Musical (LADCC award). 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”. She can be seen next in The Leisure Class, in conjunction with HBO’s Project Greenlight.
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 to the Pop Network with Thank You Brain Productions. She is also an Executive Producer and star of Pop’s forthcoming unscripted half hour comedy, Hollywood Darlings, which begins production in the fall of 2015. In addition, she is writing and developing an hour-long drama with Imperative Entertainment and sold a scripted half-hour comedy called Lick It to MTV, with scribe Bert V. Royal attached. She will serve as Co-EP.
Ms. Lakin wrote, produced and stars in the webseries Lovin’ Lakin, a mockumentary of her life as a former child actor, featuring episodes with Kristen Chenoweth, Seth MacFarlane, Patrick Duffy and Kristen Bell. Lovin’ Lakin won the LA Webfest grand jury prize and was also awarded Best Webseries Pilot at NYTVF before being bought by Hulu.