Christina Applegate (born November 25, 1971) is an American actress, dancer and producer. As a child actress, she gained recognition for starring as Kelly Bundy on the Fox sitcom Married... with Children (1987–1997). Applegate established a successful film and television career in her adult years, winning a Primetime Emmy Award from seven nominations, as well as nominations for four Golden Globe Awards and a Tony Award.
Applegate starred in the title role of the NBC sitcom Jesse (1998–2000), which earned her a Golden Globe Award nomination. She received a Primetime Emmy Award for her guest role in the NBC sitcom Friends (2002–2003). For her role in the Broadway revival of Sweet Charity (2005), she earned a nomination for the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical. She went on to star in the ABC sitcom Samantha Who? (2007–2009), for which she received two Primetime Emmy Award and Golden Globe Award nominations, the NBC sitcom Up All Night (2011–2012), and in the Netflix dark tragicomedy series Dead to Me (2019–present), which earned her three Primetime Emmy Award nominations and a Golden Globe Award nomination.
Applegate has also had major roles in several films, including Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead (1991), The Big Hit (1998), The Sweetest Thing (2002), Grand Theft Parsons (2003), Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004), Hall Pass (2011), Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (2013), Vacation (2015), Bad Moms (2016), and Crash Pad (2017).
Life and career
1971–1986: Early life and projects
Applegate was born in Hollywood, Los Angeles California. Her father, Robert William "Bob" Applegate, was a record producer and record company executive, and her mother, Nancy Priddy, is a singer and actress. Her parents separated shortly after her birth. She has two half-siblings (Alisa and Kyle) from her father's second marriage. After her parents' divorce, her mother had a relationship with musician Stephen Stills.
Applegate made her television debut in 1972, alongside her mother in the soap opera Days of Our Lives. She later starred in a commercial for Playtex baby bottles at 3 and 5 months, respectively, and made her film debut in the 1981 horror film Jaws of Satan (or King Cobra), followed by 1981's Beatlemania. She debuted in a television film as young Grace Kelly in the biopic Grace Kelly (1983), and appeared in her first television series in Showtime's political comedy Washingtoon (1985), in which she played a congressman's daughter.
She was also a guest in the series Father Murphy (1981), Charles in Charge (1984–1985), and Silver Spoons (1986). In 1986, Applegate won the role of Robin Kennedy, a policeman's daughter, in the police drama series Heart of the City (1986–1987). For her performance, Applegate received a Young Artist Award. She was also seen in guest-starring roles on several other television series, such as All is Forgiven, Still the Beaver, Amazing Stories, and Family Ties.
1987–2001: Breakthrough and Married... with Children
From 1987 to 1997, Applegate played the role of the ditzy, sexually promiscuous daughter Kelly Bundy on the Fox's first sitcom, Married... with Children. While working on the series, Applegate was seen in Dance 'til Dawn (1988) and Streets (1990), in which a teenage drug addict is stalked by a psychotic police officer. She guest-starred in 21 Jump Street (1988) and Top of the Heap (1991), and also hosted Saturday Night Live (1993) and MADtv (1996).
The character of Sue Ellen Crandell in the black comedy feature Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead (1991) was Applegate's first starring role in a mainstream film, playing a rebellious teenager who is forced to take care of siblings after their summer babysitter dies. Applegate followed with roles in films such as Vibrations (1995), Across the Moon (1995), Wild Bill (1995), Tim Burton's Mars Attacks! (1996), and Gregg Araki's Nowhere (1997). When Married... with Children was cancelled in 1997, producers pitched a spinoff centered on Kelly Bundy but Applegate declined, electing to expand her career beyond the show. She went on to star as Claudine Van Doozen in the independent feature Claudine's Return (or Kiss of Fire), was cast in the action-comedy The Big Hit, and played the fiancée of a mob boss in the Mafia satire Jane Austen's Mafia (1998).
Applegate was one of the founding members of The Pussycat Dolls, which debuted at Johnny Depp's Viper Room on the Sunset Strip in 1995. Applegate emceed for the group when they moved to The Roxy Theatre in 2002. In 1996, Applegate auditioned for the role of Rose in James Cameron's blockbuster hit Titanic, but lost to Kate Winslet. In 1998, Applegate began portraying the title role in the NBC sitcom Jesse. The series debuted in 1998 and received rave reviews. Applegate received the People's Choice Award for Favorite Female Performer in a New Television Series and the TV Guide Award for Favorite Star of a New Series, as well as a nomination at the Golden Globe Awards for Best Actress in a Comedy. The series was cancelled in 2000.
2002–2009: Anchorman, stage and television
The new millennium had Applegate playing the dual role of a 12th-century noblewoman, Princess Rosalind, and her 21st-century descendant, Julia Malfete, in the time-travel comedy Just Visiting (2001). She was Princess Gwendolyn and Kate in the movie Prince Charming (2001). After playing Cameron Diaz's level-headed best friend, Courtney Rockcliffe, in The Sweetest Thing (2002), Applegate continued to play roles in such films as Heroes (2002), and the romantic airplane comedy View from the Top (2003), as well as in the true-crime film Wonderland (2003), based on the Wonderland murders, and the Gram Parsons biopic Grand Theft Parsons (2003). In 2004 Applegate starred alongside Ben Affleck in the holiday comedy Surviving Christmas, and alongside Matt Dillon in Employee of the Month. Behind the screen, she was the executive producer of Comforters, Miserable (2001).
Applegate guest-starred on two episodes of Friends, in the ninth (2002) and tenth (2003) seasons, titled "The One with Rachel's Other Sister" and "The One Where Rachel's Sister Babysits" as Amy Green, Rachel Green's (Jennifer Aniston) sister. She won the Primetime Emmy Award (from two nominations) for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series, for her performance in "The One with Rachel's Other Sister." She also received recognition for her portrayal of anchorwoman Veronica Corningstone in the 2004 comedy film Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, and its counterpart film Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie, which is an alternative film comprising alternate takes and deleted scenes and story elements.
In addition to her screen work, Applegate has performed on stage in such productions as The Axeman's Jazz, Nobody Leaves Empty Handed, and The Runthrough, as well as John Cassavetes' The Third Day (co-starring Gena Rowlands). In 2004 she debuted on the Broadway stage playing the title role of Charity Hope Valentine in a revival of the 1966 musical Sweet Charity. In late April 2005, she also took part in the annual Broadway Cares' Easter Bonnet Competition, being sawed in half by a magician in their Clearly Impossible sawing illusion. Sweet Charity ended its Broadway run on December 31, 2005. Applegate eventually took home the 2005 Theatre World Award and was nominated for a 2005 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical.
While appearing in Sweet Charity, Applegate broke her foot, and it was announced that the musical would close during previews. She persuaded the producers to rescind their decision and on April 18, 2005, she made her Broadway debut. Because of her injury, Applegate had to wear special shoes to prevent another incident, and in a 2013 interview said that because of what happened, she "actually can't dance anymore. And that is sad for me because I always wanted to go back. But I probably won't be able to." She does dance whenever the opportunity presents, but cannot do any more strenuous roles.
In 2006, Applegate appeared in Jessica Simpson's music video "A Public Affair" alongside Eva Longoria, Ryan Seacrest, and Christina Milian. She starred in the ABC comedy Samantha Who?, from October 15, 2007, until it was cancelled on May 18, 2009. The series co-starred Jean Smart, Jennifer Esposito, and Melissa McCarthy. The series focused on a 30-year-old, who after a hit-and-run accident, develops amnesia and has to rediscover her life, her relationships, and herself. For her performance, she received two nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series and two nominations for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy. Shortly after the cancellation was announced, Applegate began a campaign to get the show back into production, which failed. Applegate topped the list of People's Most Beautiful People in 2009. Applegate appeared with her television brother David Faustino (Bud Bundy from Married... with Children) in an episode of Faustino's comedy series Star-ving.
2010–present: Dead to Me and further acclaim
Applegate voiced Catherine the Cat in the three-dimensional talking animal sequel Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore (2010). Applegate said her mother was the one who wanted her to be involved in the film. Prior to Cats & Dogs 2, she voiced Brittany (one of the Chipettes) in Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel (2009), Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked (2011), and Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip (2015).
Applegate starred in the NBC sitcom Up All Night, with Maya Rudolph and Will Arnett. The show debuted on September 14, 2011. On February 8, 2013, she left the series after its second-season hiatus, which was leading into a planned format change. The series was ultimately cancelled.
On July 31, 2013, Applegate was featured on the second episode of the fourth season of the revived American version of the TLC series Who Do You Think You Are?. The broadcast centered on Applegate trying to find out for her father, Robert Applegate, about his mother, Lavina Applegate Walton, who was mysteriously absent for most of her son's life and who died early in his life. Applegate also hoped to find out if the hearsay concerning her grandmother's death were true. The actress discovered that Walton died in 1955 from tuberculosis and alcohol-related cirrhosis. Also in 2013, Applegate reprised her role as Veronica Corningstone in the comedy sequel film Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. The film received positive reviews from critics and was a box office success. The following year, she had a starring voice role as Mary Beth in the animated musical fantasy film The Book of Life.
In 2015, Applegate starred with Ed Helms in the National Lampoon sequel Vacation, the fifth full-length movie episode of the road-trip comedies. Helms and Applegate played Rusty Griswold and his wife Debbie, who with their two sons take a trip to Walley World, just as Rusty did with his parents in the 1983 original film, National Lampoon's Vacation. The film was poorly reviewed but was a box office success. In 2016, she starred as Gwendolyn James in the comedy film Bad Moms, opposite Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, and Kathryn Hahn. The film earned mixed reviews from critics and was a box office success. She reprised her role for a cameo appearance in the sequel A Bad Moms Christmas, which was released in November 2017.
In July 2018, Applegate was cast to co-star with Linda Cardellini in the Netflix dark comedy series Dead to Me. She also executive produced the series, alongside Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, and Jessica Elbaum. The series received critical acclaim upon its release. Applegate received two nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her performance in seasons one and two of the series. She also earned Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, and TCA Award nominations.
On October 20, 2001, Applegate married actor Johnathon Schaech in Palm Springs, California. Schaech filed for divorce in December 2005, citing irreconcilable differences, and the divorce was finalized in August 2007. In 2009 she began dating Dutch musician Martyn LeNoble. The couple became engaged on Valentine's Day 2010, and married on February 23, 2013, at their Los Angeles home. It is the second marriage for both. They have one daughter, Sadie Grace, born in January 2011. Applegate is a vegetarian, and in 2007, appeared in an anti-fur advertisement for PETA.
On August 3, 2008, People reported that Applegate had been diagnosed with breast cancer. This was confirmed by her representative who said in a statement, "Christina Applegate was diagnosed with an early stage of breast cancer. Benefiting from early detection through a doctor-ordered MRI, the cancer is not life-threatening. Christina is following the recommended treatment of her doctors and will have a full recovery. No further statement will be issued at this time." On August 19, 2008, it was announced that Applegate was cancer-free after a double mastectomy, though cancer was found in only one breast. She has an inherited genetic trait, a BRCA1 mutation, which can trigger breast and ovary cancer. Her mother, Nancy Priddy, is a breast cancer survivor. Applegate said when she first was diagnosed, "I was just shaking and then also immediately, I had to go into 'take-care-of-business-mode,' which included a change to a more healthy diet."
Applegate has supported Entertainment Industry Foundation, Adopt-A-Classroom, The Motion Picture and Television Fund Foundation, World Animal Protection, and the Trevor Project. In 2003, she was the spokesman for the Lee National Denim Day, which raises millions of dollars for breast cancer education and research. Following her diagnosis with breast cancer, Applegate appeared on a television special titled Stand Up to Cancer, designed to raise funds for breast cancer research. The one-hour special was broadcast on CBS, NBC, and ABC television networks on September 5, 2008.
In 2009, she announced her plans to return as the ambassador for Lee National Denim Day. Also in 2009, she founded Right Action for Women, a charitable foundation dedicated to breast-cancer screening for women, and focused on the type of MRI scan that saved her life. In February 2015, Applegate was awarded the Saint Vintage Love Cures Award from unite4:humanity and Saint Vintage, for her dedication to and work with Right Action for Women.
|1981||Jaws of Satan||Kim Perry|
|1991||Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead||Sue Ellen Crandell|
|1994||Across the Moon||Kathy|
|Wild Bill||Lurline Newcomb|
|1998||Jane Austen's Mafia!||Diane Steen|
|The Big Hit||Pam Schulman|
|Claudine's Return||Claudine Van Doozen|
|1999||Out in Fifty||Lilah|
|2000||The Brutal Truth||Emily|
|2001||Just Visiting||Princess Rosaline / Julia Malfete|
|Sol Goode||Girl at the Bar||Uncredited|
|2002||The Sweetest Thing||Courtney Rockcliffe|
|2003||Grand Theft Parsons||Barbara|
|View from the Top||Christine Montgomery|
|2004||Surviving Christmas||Alicia Valco|
|Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy||Veronica Corningstone|
|Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie||Veronica Corningstone|
|Employee of the Month||Sara Goodwin|
|2005||Tilt-A-Whirl||Customer #1||Short film|
|2007||Farce of the Penguins||Melissa (voice)|
|2008||The Rocker||Kim Powell|
|2009||Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel||Brittany Miller (voice)|
|2010||Going the Distance||Corinne|
|Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore||Catherine (voice)|
|Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked||Brittany Miller (voice)|
|2013||Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues||Veronica Corningstone-Burgundy|
|2014||The Book of Life||Mary Beth (voice)|
|2015||Vacation||Debbie Fletcher Griswold|
|Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip||Brittany Miller (voice)|
|2016||Youth in Oregon||Kate Gleason|
|Bad Moms||Gwendolyn James|
|2017||Crash Pad||Morgan Dott|
|A Bad Moms Christmas||Gwendolyn James||Cameo|
|1972||Days of Our Lives||Baby||3 months old|
|1981||Father Murphy||Ada||Episode: "A Horse from Heaven"|
|1983||Grace Kelly||Young Grace Kelly||Television film|
|1984–1985||Charles in Charge||Stacy||2 episodes|
|1985||Washingtoon||Sally Forehead||10 episodes|
|1986||Silver Spoons||Jeannie Bolens||Episode: "A Family Affair"|
|All Is Forgiven||Simone||Episode: "Mother's Day"|
|Still the Beaver||Mandy / Wendy||2 episodes|
|Amazing Stories||Holly||Episode: "Welcome to My Nightmare"|
|1986–1987||Heart of the City||Robin Kennedy||13 episodes|
|1987||Family Ties||Kitten||Episode: "Band on the Run"|
|1987–1997||Married... with Children||Kelly Bundy||259 episodes|
|1988||Dance 'til Dawn||Patrice Johnson||Television film|
|21 Jump Street||Tina||Episode: "I'm Okay, You Need Work"|
|1990||The Earth Day Special||Kelly Bundy||Television special|
|1991||Top of the Heap||Kelly Bundy||2 episodes|
|1993||Saturday Night Live||Herself / Host||Episode: "Christina Applegate/Midnight Oil"|
|1993||Highlander||Greta||Episode: "The Darkness"|
|1997||Pauly||Mariah||Episode: "Through the Ringers"|
|1998–2000||Jesse||Jesse Warner||42 episodes; also co-producer|
|2001||Prince Charming||Kate / Princess Gwendolyn||Television film|
|2002–2003||Friends||Amy Green||2 episodes|
|2004||King of the Hill||Colette / Attorney (voice)||Episode: "My Hair Lady"|
|Father of the Pride||Candy (voice)||Episode: "One Man's Meat Is Another Man's Girlfriend"|
|2005||Suzanne's Diary for Nicholas||Dr. Suzanne Bedford||Television film|
|2007–2009||Samantha Who?||Samantha "Sam" Newly||35 episodes; also producer|
|2008||Reno 911!||Seemji||Episode: "Did Garcia Steal Dangle's Husband?"|
|2009||Star-ving||Herself||Episode: "Married with Children...The Movie"|
|2011–2012||Up All Night||Reagan Brinkley||35 episodes; also producer|
|2011–2014||So You Think You Can Dance||Herself / Guest Judge||8 episodes|
|2012||Saturday Night Live||Herself / Host||Episode: "Christina Applegate/Passion Pit"|
|2015||Web Therapy||Jenny Bologna||2 episodes|
|The Muppets||Herself||Episode: "Bear Left Then Bear Write"|
|The Grinder||Gail Budnick||Episode: "A Bittersweet Grind (Une Mouture Amer)"|
|2018||Ask the Storybots||The Baker||Episode: "Why Can't I Eat Dessert All the Time?"|
|2019–present||Dead to Me||Jen Harding||20 episodes; also executive producer|
|2005||Sweet Charity||Charity Hope Valentine||Al Hirschfeld Theatre|||
|2006||"A Public Affair"||Herself||Jessica Simpson|||
Awards and nominations
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