Christine Taylor Biography
Christines mother supported her and found her a job to star in different commercials. When she was in senior high school, a big break came in. She was included in Nickelodeons action series Hey Dude which lasted from 1989 to 1991. When the show ended in 1991, Christine Taylor moved to Los Angeles. She was invited to guest in several sitcoms like Life Goes On, Saved by the Bell, and Blossom and Dallas.
In 1992, Christine Taylor got to play the role that many had been telling she was born to play all her life. She played Marcia Brady in the Westwood Playhouse The Real Live Brady Bunch. Christine got the part because of her big similarity with Maureen McCormick, the original Marcia.
While in Brady, Christine continued to be a guest star in some television show like Carolina in the City and Ellen. Sometime in 1996, she had been a part of the television film To the Ends of Time, and the film The Craft with Fainiza Balk and Neve Campbell.
Christine Taylor was offered a lead role in the Fox Series Party Girl but the show only lasted four episodes. She was nominated for MTV Award for On Screen Kiss form her role in A Very Brady sequel.
Christine Taylors career on film bloomed as she portrayed different role. She played the girlfriend of Jerry Seinfield from 1989 to 1998. She was Holly in the film The Wedding Singer in 1998 being Drew Barrymores best friend. She once played the love interest of Ross in the very famous television comedy series Friends.
Later in 2000, Christine Taylor met actor, director Ben Stiller when Stiller directed her in a television pilot show that never aired, Vision and Jack. They got married on the same year. The couple starred opposite one another in the movie Zoolander. She played the role of an investigative reporter who fell in love to Stillers character. After two years Christine Taylor gave birth to their daughter Ella Olivia.
After being on the backseat for almost two years, Christine Taylor returned and appeared in multiple episodes of HBOs Curb Your Enthusiasm. Also in 2004, Ben Stiller and she did another comedy film Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. In 2005, she gave birth to their second child.
Christine Taylor is currently with CBS; together with her husband Stiller, doing a sitcom.