Christine is a NYC based Korean-American actor, producer, stand up comedian, sketch writer and performer.
Christine's comedy has been described by her peers as "mischievous" "quirky" and "smart". She is well known for her "bummer" factor and not being afraid of the dark. She has been told she has a great deal of flawed logic, but in a GOOD way. She is one of the 2021 SNL Scholarship Recipients, as seen here! She is a St. Nells humor writing resident this March 2022! She is also the co-founder and co-producer of Very Big Very Asian Comedy Festival which will premiere this May 2022 at Broadway Comedy Club in NYC!
If you come out to shows, you may have seen her in a variety of stand up shows and dark crawl spaces around NYC. She is the co-creator and co-producer of Nice to Meet You Comedy and Street Cred Comedy. She was recently part of the Good Karma Comedy Festival 2020. You may have also seen her recently in digital sketches with That Just Happened, live with her indie sketch group Adam's Summer Class orher sketch house team RUNDMV at The PIT. She is also an alumni of Old School Sketch Show.
She has studied with The Barrow Group, T. Schreiber, Wynn Handman, The PIT and UCB.
The greatest compliment she has received in life is being called a "trailblazer" and has been compared to Meryl Streep. Whatever that means.
Christine fell in love with acting and comedy early in life, starring as the lead squirrel in her church's Christmas play, playing the titular role in a digital opera version of Cinderella in junior high, and playing the lead Yun Zhifan in Secret Love in Peach Blossom Land in college.
If you don't know her personally, you may have seen her recently in shorts such as Amy in Interracial Supper directed by Laerke Rose or as Data in The Grownies directed by Artie Brennan and Anthony Giordano.
If you've been following her for awhile, (weird) you may have seen her in The King & I national tour with Raviv Ullman, Jesse McCartney, Hayley Mills, Marie Osmond and Maureen McGovern, possibly having the bubonic plague on NBC's Third Watch, or as a cool rockstar in a Nickelodeon campaign commercial rapping.