Christy Carlson Romano Biography
Christy Carlson Romano is best known for her role as Ren Stevens in the Emmy nominated and Baftra winner, Best Family Show, as well as Emmy nominated, Woman Image Award winner, Kim Possible series. She also got a nomination for the Woman Image Award. Rolling Stone Magazine recognized her as one of its Five on the Rise of upcoming female artists. Christy was chosen by Variety in 2000 as Top 10 Talents to Watch and awarded Leading Actress Comedy Series by Young Talent Awards in both 2000 and 2001.
Christy Carlson Romano studied in Barnard College at Columbia University. After her freshman year, Christy spent the summer time doing Congressional Internship for Connecticut Senator Christopher Dodd since she is a political science major, with emphasis on human rights. After completing a course on International Diplomacy at the American University, she recognized how important it is to be politically aware as well as to be involved as a young voice in this country.
Christy Carlson Romano began her career in musical theatre and has also showcased her talents in commercials, CDs, voiceover works, and books on tape as well as cast albums. She studied dance, voice and was trained in ice skating and other numerous sports. This very talented figure won many awards and medals in many different areas as a young child. She was only six years old when she earned her Screen Actors Guild membership. She got her Aftra and Equity membership at age seven.
Being a veteran of stage and screen performances, Christys extensive theatre work includes acting in the acclaimed Hal Prince production Parade at Lincoln Center. She also played Marta in The Sound of Music, with Marie Osmond. Aside from these productions, she was seen appearing many times both on stage and screen.
Christy Carlson Romano was born on March 20, 1984 in Milford, Connecticut, United States of America. She has studied Ballet at the School of American Ballet and is a graduate of The Processional Childrens School, both of New York City.