Christine Lahti Biography
Christine Ann Lahti better known as Christine Lahti is an American actress and also a filmmaker. She was born on April 4th, 1950 in Birmingham, Michigan, USA.
She is the daughter of Elizabeth Margaret and Paul Theodore Lahti. She has 5 siblings(Three sisters; Carol, Catherine and Linda, and two brothers; Paul Jr. and James Lahti). She grew up in the Lutheran Church and she studied Fine Arts at Florida State University. She received her degree in Drama from the University of Michigan.
Christine Lahti Age
She was born on April 4th, 1950 in Birmingham, Michigan, USA. She is 68 years old as of 2018.
Christine Lahti Husband
She has been together in marriage with Thomas Schlamme since September 4th, 1983 and the couple has 3 children together.
Christine Lahti Pictures
Christine Lahti Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $ 2 million.
Christine Lahti Book
She has written the following book;
- True Stories from an Unreliable Eyewitness: A Feminist Coming of Age
Christine Lahti Acting Career
After school, Lahti went to New York City in 1973, where she functioned as a server and did advertisements. Her leap forward film was …And Justice for All (1979) with Al Pacino.
A significant job was in Running on Empty, a 1988 motion picture in which she and Judd Hirsch played the guardians of a musically encouraging child; the family went underground to maintain a strategic distance from the FBI after the guardians had harmed a napalm production line, and they all must intermittently proceed onward a spur of the moment announcement and expect new characters.
She has additionally centered around the TV, starting with her job in the made-for-TV adjustment of The Executioner’s Song (1982). She showed up on Broadway in Wendy Wasserstein’s seriocomic play, The Heidi Chronicles.
Lahti got an Academy Award designation for Best Supporting Actress for Swing Shift (1984), and won an Academy Award for Best Short Film, Live Action for Lieberman in Love (1995), in which she featured and coordinated. It was adjusted from Lieberman in Love, a short story by W. P. Kinsella.
Lahti won a Primetime Emmy Award and a Golden Globe Award in 1998 for her job in Chicago Hope. Christine was in the restroom when she won the third grant lastly went to the stage following an endeavor by show maker John Tinker to acknowledge for her sake and an interruptive riff by Robin Williams. In 1999, she gave a bit of bathroom tissue connected to her shoe.
In 2001, her first directorial full-length movie, My First Mister, was discharged. Featuring Leelee Sobieski and Albert Brooks, the motion picture appeared with great audits. In DVD editorial she extols crafted by her cast and team, commenting “[I] was exceptionally fortunate to have such a great crew…” She said she felt lament that the film was evaluated R, for language, despondent that the motion picture probably won’t be seen by teenagers who might relate with the characters. Likewise, Lahti referenced that she would have gotten a kick out of the chance to have had more opportunity to shoot alternate points of view so as to encourage story circular segment.
Lahti featured in the official ADA job on Law and Order: Special Victims Unit as Sonya Paxton while the character Alexandra Cabot (Stephanie March) was in requests.
She was in the initial four scenes of the eleventh season and returned for the show’s eighth scene, where she conflicted with Alexandra Cabot. Lahti later visitor featured in the ninth and seventeenth scenes of the twelfth season, where she repeated her job as Paxton. Her character was killed in the seventeenth scene.
She came back to Broadway after joining the cast of the Tony Award-winning play God of Carnage on November 17, 2009, supplanting Marcia Gay Harden. The two on-screen characters had a couple of unique appearances on Law and Order: Special Victims Unit.
In September 2011, Lahti featured with Morgan Freeman in the Broadway presentation of Dustin Lance Black’s play, 8—a reenactment of the government preliminary that toppled California’s Prop 8 restriction on same-sex marriage—as Kris Perry.
In March 2012, she was highlighted with Jamie Lee Curtis and Jansen Panettiere at the Wilshire Ebell Theater. The creation was communicated on YouTube to fund-raise for the American Foundation for Equal Rights. Her book titled True Stories From an Unreliable Eyewitness was distributed in 2018 by Harper Wave.
Christine Lahti Movies | Christine Lahti Movies And TV Shows | Christine Lahti TV Shows
- …And Justice for All
- Whose Life Is It Anyway?
- Ladies and Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains
- Swing Shift
- Desert Bloom
- Just Between Friends
- Running on Empty
- Miss Firecracker
- Gross Anatomy
- Funny About Love
- The Doctor
- Leaving Normal
- Lieberman in Love
- The Four Diamonds
- Pie in the Sky
- Judgment Day: The Ellie Nesler Story
- My First Mister
- Out of the Ashes
- Smart People
- Yonkers Joe
- Flying Lessons
- Hateship, Loveship
- Mania Days
- The Steps
- Touched with Fire
- The Harvey Korman Show
- The Last Tenant
- Dr. Scorpion
- The Henderson Monster
- The Executioner’s Song
- Single Bars, Single Women
- Love Lives On
- No Place Like Home
- Crazy from the Heart
- The Fear Inside
- Chicago Hope
- An American Daughter
- Ally McBeal
- Women vs. Men
- The Pilot’s Wife
- Out of the Ashes
- Revenge of the Middle-Aged Woman
- Jack & Bobby
- Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip
- Operating Instructions
- Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
- The Doctor
- Hawaii Five-0
- Grace and Frankie
- The Blacklist
- The Good Wife
- The Good Fight
- Loose Ends
- Division Street
- Scenes and Revelations
- Present Laughter
- The Heidi Chronicles
- God of Carnage
- Fucking A
- Gloria: A Life
Christine Lahti Blacklist
She portrayed Laurel Hitchin for 10 episodes of this TV show. For decades, ex-government agent Raymond “Red” Reddington has been one of the globe’s most wanted fugitives. But then he agreed to work with the FBI to catch his “blacklist” of mobsters, spies, and international terrorists — on the condition that he must work with profiler Elizabeth Keen.
Red’s true intentions — choosing Liz, a woman with whom he seemingly has no connection — are unclear. Does Liz have secrets of her own? Red promises to teach Liz to think like a criminal “to see the bigger picture,” whether she wants to or not.
No. of episodes: 116 (list of episodes)
Production location: New York City
Spin-off: The Blacklist: Redemption
Christine Lahti Hawaii Five-O
For 9 episodes, she portrayed Doris McGarrett in this TV series. CBS books a new version of the classic “Hawaii Five-0” series, with Alex O’Loughlin in the lead role as Detective Steve McGarrett and Scott Caan portraying Danno.
The detectives are part of an elite task force whose mission is to eliminate crime on the beaches of the Aloha State. Assisting McGarrett and Danno are Capt. Lou Grover, who formerly headed Hawaii’s SWAT unit; Jerry Ortega, the islands’ local conspiracy theorist; and Tani Rey, a bold, recent police academy graduate.
The brash unit spar and jest among themselves but remain determined to eliminate the seedy elements from the nation’s 50th state.
First episode date: 20 September 2010
Production location: Oahu
No. of episodes: 207 (list of episodes)
Christine Lahti Law And Order
She played the character role of Sonya Paxton for 7 episodes of this TV series. The detectives that are part of the NYPD’s Special Victims Unit investigate crimes of sexual nature. While the focus of the other shows in the `Law & Order’ franchise largely deal with murder cases, the SVU detectives frequently deal with crimes, such as rapes, in which the victim survives and assists authorities in the investigation.
The series features a cast of veteran actors, including Mariska Hargitay, Richard Belzer, Dann Florek and, after the first season, rapper Ice-T. Occasional crossover episodes feature detectives from other series in the `Law & Order’ franchise.
No. of episodes: 448 (list of episodes)
Theme song: Theme of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Networks: NBC, USA Network
Christine Lahti Gloria Steinem
She portrayed Gloria in the theater show, Gloria: A Life.
Date opened: 18 October 2018
Date closed: 31 March 2019
Director: Diane Paulus
Venue: Daryl Roth Theatre
Producers: Daryl Roth, Sally Horchow, Jenna Segal, Fearless Productions, Elizabeth Armstrong, Alix Ritchie, Janet Kagan