|Name Christine Dunford|
|Known for Coach Davis in Love & Basketball|
TV shows Something So Right, The Secret Lives of Men, Hudson Street, Good Sports
Movies Ulee's Gold, How to Go Out on a Date in Q, Love & Basketball, Reversal of Fortune, And Then She Was Gone
Similar People Victor Nunez, Michelle Danner, Tricia O'Kelley, Barbet Schroeder, Gina Prince‑Bythewood
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Christine Mary Dunford is an American actress from the Bronx, New York.
S2#135 Professional Actress Christine Dunford
Life and career
Christine Dunford was born in the Bronx. She graduated from the esteemed Bronx H.S. of Science in 1979. In 1979 as a senior at Bronx Science she played a featured role in the school's production of Dark of the Moon. She received her theater training at the Juilliard School. After graduating from Juilliard, she began her career in the New York City theater. She was cast in Joseph Papp's New York Shakespeare Festival's production of Two Gentlemen of Verona at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.
Dunford spent the next two years working at the Joseph Papp Public Theater in the American premiere of the off-Broadway and Broadway runs of Serious Money and in the lead role of Love's Labors Lost, directed by Gerald Freedman. Other New York stage appearances include Infidelities at Primary Stages and the title role in Tamara.
On the West Coast, Dunford starred with Ed Begley, Jr. in David Mamet's The Cryptogram at the Geffen Playhouse, and in the Bottom's Dream Theater Company productions of Losing Venice and 7 Blow Jobs, and was directed by fellow Juilliard alumnus Keith David in The Shadow Box at the Edgemar Theater. Since moving to Los Angeles, Ms. Dunford has appeared in over 100 episodes of television, both as a series regular (Good Sports, Hudson Street with Tony Danza, Something So Right with Jere Burns, Bob with Bob Newhart, and The Secret Lives of Men with Brad Whitford) and as a guest star (Law & Order: LA, Harry's Law, Two and a Half Men, Boston Legal, Seinfeld, Frasier, 'Til Death, Without a Trace and others). She also co-starred with Jon Lovitz in the live broadcast of the FOX comedy special The Jon Lovitz Show. On film, Ms. Dunford was recently seen in American Dream, the indie award-winner directed by J. Walker Smmith, and Hello Herman, written by John Buffalo Mailer. She starred opposite Peter Fonda in the Oscar-nominated Ulee's Gold, and in Love & Basketball, How to Go Out on a Date in Queens (opposite Jason Alexander), Reversal of Fortune, Slaves of NY, and the award-winning shorts Dos Corazones and Lost People of Mountain Village, which was written and directed by the creators of The Wonder Years, Carol Black and Neal Marlens. Ms. Dunford is also a playwright, and was invited to perform her series of monologues, Out Loud, at HBO's Aspen Comedy Festival as well as at the Edgemar Theater in Los Angeles. She performed another solo show, Toucan in the Bronx, at the Improv in Los Angeles. In addition to her work on camera and stage, Ms. Dunford is a voice artist on several animated series as well as television and radio commercials. She provides narration for documentary films and museum installments, and does voice work for video and online games such as the Mass Effect series, the Lord of the Rings series, the Civilization series, Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War, the Hitman series, EverQuest, the X-COM series & Infamous Second Son.