February 2, 1968 |
Brooklyn, New York
|Other names||Christina Harnos, Kristina Harnos|
Christine Harnos (born February 2, 1968) is an American actress, and co-founder the circus outreach organization, Circus Remedy.
She is a graduate of Harborfields H.S. in Greenlawn, N.Y., where fellow alumni include Mariah Carey and Gregg Hughes of the Opie and Anthony show.
Harnos is known for portraying Jennifer Greene, the first wife of main character Mark Greene on ER (1994–2002), Josie Ray in Remembering Sex (1998), Dotty from The Girl Gets Moe (1997), Rimmer in the Action/Horror film Hellraiser IV: Bloodline (1996), Kaye Faulkner in Dazed and Confused (1993), Linda Wyatt in Judgement Night (1993), Sarah Hughes in Cold Dog Soup (1990), and Sid in Denial (1990).
In 2003 Christine took a hiatus from acting to pursue a degree in child development at Mills College. In 2006 she helped co-create the circus outreach organization, Circus Remedy with Anthony Lucero and Terry Notary, and continues to serve as Executive Director.
|1988||Rescue, TheThe Rescue||Adrian Phillips|
|1990||Cold Dog Soup||Sarah Hughes|
|1993||Dazed and Confused||Kaye Faulkner|
|1993||Judgment Night||Linda Wyatt|
|1994||Rebel Highway||Lorraine||TV series, episode: "Cool and the Crazy"|
|1994||ER||Jennifer Greene||TV series, 1994–1998 (24 episodes)|
|1995||High Sierra Search and Rescue||Becca||TV series, episode: "Lillith"|
|1995||Too Something||Reni||TV series, episodes: "Precipice" and "Maria Cooks"|
|1996||Hellraiser IV: Bloodline||Rimmer|
|1996||Drowning in West||Polly|
|1996||Bloodhounds||Nikki Cruise||TV movie|
|1996||Thrill||Ann Simon||TV movie|
|1997||Hollywood Confidential||Shelly Katz||TV movie|
|1997||Pink as the Day She Was Born||Rhonda|
|1997||Girl Gets Moe, TheThe Girl Gets Moe||Dotty|
|1998||Remembering Sex||Josie Ray||TV movie|
|1998||Star Trek: Voyager||Tessa Omond||TV series, episode: "Timeless"|
|2001||ER||Jennifer Simon||TV series, episodes: "Piece of Mind" and "Blood, Sugar, Sex, Magic"|
|2002||ER||Jennifer Simon||TV series, episode: "Orion in the Sky" and "On the Beach"|