Christine Young

Christine loves to act! She has appeared in the television shows “ER,” “The Guardian,” and “Any Day Now,” as well as films such as “El Padrino” “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas,” and “Heartland.”

On stage, she has played wide ranging roles, from Mrs. Gibbs in “Our Town” to Lady Macbeth. She is extremely proud of her membership in SAG/AFTRA.

Christine is a member of the Born to Act Players, a theater company comprised of actors with and without disabilities. In 2004, she was the recipient of the Media Access acting scholarship.

She was also honored to receive the Voices Award from the National Down Syndrome Society and the Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles, which is given to individuals with Down syndrome who have shared their independent voices in a positive way in the community.

A party animal at heart, Christine loves to go to parties, dances, and film premiers. She is also a die-hard Dodger fan.