Erika Christensen

‘Celebrity Family Feud’ July 10th Premiere: Abbott Elementary vs. Hacks & Kal Penn vs. Erika Christensen

Everyone’s favorite game show is back this summer! Celebrity Family Feud season 8 will premiere this July 10, 2022 and fans are excitedly awaiting its return. According to ABC, “the eighth season of “Celebrity Family Feud” kicks off with the cast from ABC’s breakout hit show “Abbott Elementary” playing against the cast of “Hacks.” In the next game, actor Kal Penn goes head-to-head with actor Erika Christensen to see who comes out on top in the hilarious season premiere episode.”
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Erika Christensen to star on ABC's Will Trent drama pilot

Christensen will play the female lead opposite Ramon Rodriguez in the pilot based on Karin Slaughter's series of crime novels. Christensen’s character is described "as someone who’s seen it all but can still crack jokes about the bleak world of being a cop. She and Will have been friends since both were kids in a group home, but she struggles with addiction and has yet to confront the traumas of her childhood."
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ABC Drama Pilot ‘Will Trent’ Casts Erika Christensen

Christensen joins previously announced series lead Ramón Rodríguez in the drama pilot, which is based on Karin Slaughter’s bestselling “Will Trent” novel series. The show follows Special Agent Will Trent (Rodríguez) of the Georgia Bureau of Investigations (GBI). Trent was abandoned at birth and endured a harsh coming-of-age in Atlanta’s overwhelmed foster care system. But now, determined to use his unique point of view to make sure no one is abandoned like he was, he has the highest clearance rate in the GBI.
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Erika Christensen Answers Every Question We Have About Swimfan

“Teens behaving badly” has been a foundational film narrative since 1955’s iconic Rebel Without a Cause, and once teens found their way into the erotic-thriller genre, they behaved very badly indeed. During the 1990s and early aughts, high-school hallways and parentless ragers became common settings for the kind of seduction and betrayal common in mid-budget, adult-skewing box-office hits of the ’80s: Cue the infighting of trust-fund babies in Cruel Intentions, a rare brunette femme-fatale teamup in Wild Things, and a suburban spin on Fatal Attraction in Swimfan.
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Seattle-born Erika Christensen talks ‘KIMI,’ Disney+ remake of ‘Cheaper by the Dozen’

Even though she left Seattle for Los Angeles when she was just 4 years old, Erika Christensen still has a deep and intense connection with her hometown. “Both sides of my family are from Seattle. So I have aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents scattered around the area,” said Christensen, 39, whose decadeslong career includes 2000s films like “Traffic” and “Flightplan”; a six-season starring role on NBC’s “Parenthood”; and, this year, in new streaming film releases “Cheaper by the Dozen” (Disney+) and “KIMI” (HBO Max).

Actor Erika Christensen Welcomes Giant Christmas Tree and the Return of the Holidays to Hollywood

HOLLYWOOD, Calif., Nov. 25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The arrival of Hollywood's giant Christmas Tree at L. Ron Hubbard's Winter Wonderland signals the start of the holiday season. Award-winning actor Erika Christensen known for roles in Swimfan, The Perfect Score, Traffic and the NBC family drama series Parenthood, welcomed the 60-ft tree whose arrival continues a Hollywood tradition spanning four decades.