Christine Lakin is an American film actress. She was born in Dallas city of the Texas state in the United States and brought up in Roswell city of Georgia. Her parents are James Daley Lakin and Karen. She pursued Bachelor of Arts in Communication from the University of California located in Westwood in Los Angeles. She started her career with acting in advertisements and commercials. She made her film debut in the year 1990 with drama television movie The Rose and the Jackal based on the American Civil War and directed by Jack Gold. A year later, she got cast in the 1991 American TV series Step By Step and played the role of a daughter named Al Lambert. After the cancellation of this TV show in the year 1998, Lakin continued to appear in movies like the 2005 releases Reefer Madness and Who’s your Daddy? After this in the year 2006, she got included in the cast of American improv television series Wild 'n’ Out directed by
which had a similar looking structure to the show, Whose Line Is It Anyway? She has worked along with famous celebrities of Hollywood, like in the year 2008 she starred in the romantic comedy film The Hottie and the Nottie opposite to actress
. In the movie it was a must to put on a lot of makeup to make Lakin look ugly as required by the character.
The film was somehow successful at the box-office, but it got many disappointing reviews from the people of United States. She was also a judge at the Internet Icon completion on Youtube Channel YOMYOMF (You Offend ME, You Offend My FAMILY) along with American personality Ryan Higa. She is also known for the creation of a live evening comedy Worst Audition Ever. She has also given her voice for the character of Jane in the video game of 2013 The Walking Dead: Season Two. Talking about her achievements, she has won Golden Raspberry Award for forming Worst Screen Couple along with Paris Hilton in the movie The Hottie and the Nottie. She has also won the LA Weekly Theater Award in the year 2009 for Female Comedy Performance for playing the role of Tricia in the play Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead.