Christina Moore is a multidimensional producer and writer as well as a successful actress with television credits that include starring roles in the hit shows Claws (TNT), Mr. Student Body President (New Form Digital), Jessie/ Bunk’d (Disney Channel), 90210 (CW), Last Man Standing (ABC), True Blood (HBO), That 70’s Show (FOX) and MadTV (FOX), to name a few. Among her many film credits are co-starring roles in Paramount’s Without a Paddle and Lionsgate’s Delta Farce.
Moore began writing and producing films in 2015 when she joined ESX Entertainment, the film production company founded by Forrest Lucas and Ali Afshar, to write and produce the Sharon Stone led film Running Wild. From there, Moore developed and produced seven of the next nine films made by the company from 2015 through 2018. These included Pray for Rain, starring Jane Seymour; Dirt starring Kevin Dillon; American Fighter, starring Tommy Flanagan; Bennett’s War starring country music star Trace Adkins; Roped, starring Casper Van Dien; Lady Driver, starring Sean Patrick Flannery; and Wheels of Fortune, starring Matt Jones. Moore also co-stars in a few of the pictures.
In 2018, ESX Entertainment became part of the larger Forrest Films banner label, and Moore was appointed Vice President of Development and Production at Forrest Films.
Housed on the Warner Bros. lot, Forrest Films is a multifaceted entertainment studio with the ability to develop, package, finance, produce and release a slate of high-end, commercial films telling inspiring and purpose driven stories. The company funds and orchestrates theatrical release campaigns ranging from limited releases in target markets, to platformed rollouts, to wide openings nationwide, depending on the film and fully supported with marketing, advertising and publicity.
Moore continues to balance her career as both a producer and an actress.