Christine Taylor is a talented actress who has captured the attention of audiences with her charming and comedic performances in some of the most memorable contemporary comedies of the last decade.
Taylor is best known for her hysterical performances in several blockbuster comedies including Paramount Pictures “Zoolander,” a satire of the fashion industry, opposite Ben Stiller, Mila Jovovich, Owen Wilson, Will Ferrell and Jerry Stiller. In 2004, Taylor teamed up with real-life husband Ben Stiller again in the Twentieth Century Fox hit “Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story” as Kate, a young attorney who is initially sent to help finalize the foreclosure of a poorly managed gym and finds herself falling for the manager, played by Vince Vaughn.
In 2007, Taylor starred in the Warner Brothers film “License to Wed,” directed by Ken Kwapis and also starring Robin Williams, Mandy Moore and John Krasinski. The story revolves around a young couple whose wedding plans are interrupted when their pushy minister orders the pair to complete a marriage preparation course. Taylor played Moore’s older sister.
Taylor also starred in Frank Karachi’s “The Wedding Singer” opposite Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore in which she starred as the promiscuous but lovable Holly. She also received much attention for her performance as Marcia Brady in Paramount’s ever-so-popular movie series, “The Brady Brunch Movie” and “A Very Brady Sequel.”
In addition to popular feature films, Taylor has also starred in several independent films including “Desperate But Not Serious,” “Kiss Toledo Goodbye” and Adam Rifkin’s “Denial.” Her other notable film credits include “The Craft” and “Overnight Delivery.”
On television, she was the star of the popular FOX series “Party Girl” and has also had memorable guest star appearances on “Spin City,” “Friends,” “Seinfeld,” “Ellen” and “Murphy Brown.”
Taylor also serves on the board and is extremely involved with Project A.L.S., an organization that raises funds for research toward finding effective treatments and a cure for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, a fatal neuromuscular disease.
Taylor was raised in Pennsylvania and resides in Los Angeles.