Christina Hart
Christina Hart appeared twice on Three's Company, in different roles.
Personal Information
Also known as: Christine Hart
Born: (1949-07-21) July 21, 1949 (age 68)
Birthplace: Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Career/Family Information
Years active: 1969–present
Spouse(s): Frank Doubleday (?–present) 2 children
Children: Kaitlin Doubleday and Portia Doubleday
Character information
Appeared on: Three's Company in guest roles:
Season 1 episode titled "Roper's Niece", and then in the episode "Boy Meets Dummy" in Season 6.
Character played: Karen Roper, Mr. Roper's niece in "Roper's Niece" (Season 1)
Francesca Angelino, Mr. Angelino's daughter in "Boy Meets Dummy" (Season 6)
Three's Company Script

Christina Hart (born July 21, 1949) appeared twice on Three's Company; first as Karen Roper, Mr. Roper's niece in "Roper's Niece", Season 1 episode 3, and then as Francesca Angelino, Mr. Angelino's daughter in the episode "Boy Meets Dummy", Season 6, episode 9. An actress, film producer and film director who has played in many popular movies such as The Stewardesses (1969), The Mad Bomber (1973) and Charley Varrick (1973). Christina is married to actor Frank Doubleday and has two children.

Early Life and Career

Born and raised in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, Christina has been acting professionally since she was nine years old. She has had success in television and motion pictures, but she says her artistic passion is for the theater. Christina recently formed DOXA Productions with Actress Kara Pulcino, and has produced and directed under that label since 2006. She has guest starred in many popular movies and TV Sitcoms such as The Stewardesses as Stewardess Samantha, The Love Boat as Cindy Sterling and Three's Company as Karen Roper and Francesca Angelino. After that, she married Frank Doubleday. Christina is the mother of Kaitlin Doubleday and Portia Doubleday. She produced "Class Act" – introduction-to-acting taped segments for cable TV community access channel in 1996. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her family and teaches acting at the Hollywood Court Theater.


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