Christine Anatone is a versatile actor and singer with experience performing in both comedic and dramatic projects. She has performed in back-to-back Fringes in 2018 as an ensemble member in the World Premiere musical, “Narsociety: The Social Media Shaming Musical” and in 2018 as Marioche in NMI’s production of their new musical, “Manson’s Girls”.
Christine made her West Coast Theatrical debut as the lead (Mama) in Lisa Loomer’s “Distracted” at the Carrie Hamilton Theatre at the Pasadena Playhouse. Since then, she originated the role of Bridget in Brian Reynolds’ World Premiere production of “Mono/Poly” and can be seen in the short films “Lullaby” and “He’s Not Real”, the series “The Leslie” and “Awkward Ali”, and the upcoming feature film “There’s No Such Thing As Vampires” among others. Christine is represented by RPM Talent.