|Date of Birth||February 21, 1953 (age 61)|
|Working for||Movies, TV Shows|
|Spouse||Bill Moloney (m. 1988), Peter Bergman (ex-husband)|
|Children(s)||Mae Mae Moloney, Elijah Moloney, Aron Moloney|
|Name on Birth||Christine Ebersole|
Christine Ebersole is an American actress who started her acting career since 1972. She was born on February 21, 1953 in Chicago, Illinois U.S. She is the daughter of her mother Marian Esther and her father Robert "Bob" Ebersole Her father was the president of a steel company in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She grew up in Winnetka, Illinois with her parents. She is only the child of her parents so her childhood was very joyful. Her parents have taken good care of her and she has grown up with proper care. in 1971 Ebersole graduated from New Trier High School. She studied her college studies at MacMurray College in Jacksonville, Illinois. She was in the class of 1975, and attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
A trained Broadway singer, dancer and actress, Christine Ebersole started acting in the 1970s on the ABC soap opera Ryan's Hope. On Broadway, she shared the stage with many greats in shows like Camelot. She joined the cast of Saturday Night Live before returning to soaps to play Maxi McDermott on One Life to Live and earning a Daytime Emmy nomination in 1981. Ebersole moved on to the sitcoms The Cavanaughs and Valerie in 1985. She sang the theme song as well as starred in the short-lived Fox sitcom Rachel Gunn, R.N. After making her film debut with a bit part in Tootsie, she had a few film roles, including opera diva Katerina Cavalieri in Milos Forman's Amadeus. She also starred in the family sci-fi feature Mac and Me, the Bill Cosby vehicle Ghost Dad, and several made-for-TV movies. Some of her credits include My Girl 2, Folks!, Pie in the Sky, and the Bette Midler TV version of Gypsy. Ebersole received a Tony award for her work on the Broadway revival of 42nd Street in 2001. She worked more often on stage than on TV or movies, but she had a small role in Confessions of a Shopaholic and landed a recurring role on the cable series Royal Pains in 2009.
Taking about her personal life she has been married twice in her life. She was first married to Peter Bergman in 1976 but they got separated in 1985. She is now married to her present husband Bill Moloney. She has adopted three children, Elijah, Mae Mae and Aron with her present husband Bill. They don’t have their own child whom Ebersole has given birth. As a actress, singer and dancer she has pile of pictures in internet. Her pictures can be viewed in internet if searched. She stands five feet and eight inches tall she has a great height which suits her a lot. Her body weight is 120lbs. she has a well maintained weight although she has grown old. She is now 61 years old but seems younger than her age. She is of American nationality and of white ethnicity. She follows Christian religion.
She is a hardworking person. Sh is very dedicated towards her work and loves her work. Although her net worth and salary has not been made public she has earned millions of net worth from her skills and performance. Although she has grown old she has a perfect figure and body shape. Her body measurement and shape are not available but we can watch her perfect body in her photos. She has been awarded with many awards in her life. Ebersole won the 2007 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her work in "Grey Gardens". Previously, she was awarded the Drama Desk Award, the Outer Critics Circle Award, the Drama League awarded her both a citation and the Outstanding Performance of the Year, and she was named to its dais for 2007. She also received a special citation from the New York Drama Critics' Circle and the Obie for her off-Broadway turn in "Grey Gardens".
There are no rumors about her going on in the public she is living a happy life with her family in Maplewood, New Jersey.