Christa Miller Biography
After overcoming her illness, Christa Miller attended the Convent of the Sacred Heart. She went back to modeling, but by then she was already interested and pursued acting lessons until eventually she abandoned modeling for good. In 1990, Christa Miller moved to Los Angeles, California to venture on an acting career.
Christa Millers first television was on the series Kate & Allie in 1984, where she made guest appearances opposite her real-life aunt, Susan Saint James, star of Love at First Bite. The transition from being a teenage print ad model into an actress was not that difficult for Christa Miller, as her Kate & Allie stint was soon followed by Northern Exposure, Party of Five, Seinfeld, and the Fresh Prince of Bel Air. With her pretty face and sexy figure, Christa Miller was able to achieve television stardom in 1995 when she was tapped to take on the role of Kate OBrien, gal pal of comedian Drew Carey in his hit TV series The Drew Carey Show. She stayed on the show until 2001.
Not long after, Christa Miller became known this time as hospital board member Jordan Sullivan in the medical comedy sitcom Scrubs opposite Zach Braff. She remained in Scrubs for a number of seasons and established herself as one of regular faces that could be found on primetime television. She as well provided the voice of Cleopatra in her husband Bill Lawrences short-lived animation program, Clone High.
She is the first celebrity to appear on the cover of Maxim magazine (America).
Christa Miller and Bill Lawrence have three children, Sarah, William Stoddard, and Henry Vanduzer.