Christine Lakin

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Christine Lakin is the epitome of luscious ebullience and she’s illuminating our TV screens come April 12. She stars alongside Jodie Sweetin and Beverly Mitchell in Pop’s new original comedy series “Hollywood Darlings”. These real life best friends are bringing the funny to viewers as former child stars who grew up in the heady days of the 90s and are now facing head on issues such as parenting, marriage, friendship and revived careers in Hollywood. It’s wonderful to see how Christine is a perennial cutie and she also happens to be one of the most amiable actresses in the industry whom fans will be eternal in their devotion. Christine is fondly remembered as the tomboyish Alicia “Al” Lambert on the 1990s ABC/CBS sitcom “Step by Step” and she returns to steal an abundant number of hearts yet again in 2017.

Gamers will likewise be revering her as she’s the voice behind Pelessaria B’Sayle a.k.a. Peebee in “Mass Effect: Andromeda”, an asari member of Ryder’s squad who can be a little impetuous as she forges her destiny in a new galaxy. The fact that she and Natalie Dormer lend their sweet voices to the EA role-playing action game does warrant a spot of infatuation. You can bet that they’re 2 bonafide beauties who are idolised in this galaxy! Christine has also lend her voice talents to “Family Guy” the outrageously satirical adult animated sitcom created by Seth MacFarlane. She has also guest-starred on “Modern Family” opposite Ray Liotta (“Shades Of Blue”) as a well-to-do couple who meet up with Claire (Julie Bowen) and Phil (Ty Burrell) on a vacation trip.

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Embracing the genial mien of this golden girl of entertainment with her screen endeavours bring sublime joy in our lives and Christine’s magnetic glow is definitely hear to stay.

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