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Christy Carlson Romano            

Actress and Singer, Known for "Even Stevens" & "Kim Possible"

Christy lent her vocal talents to the lead character in Disney Channel’s Primetime Emmy-nominated animated series “Kim Possible” and also appeared on Disney Channel’s Daytime Emmy-nominated series “Even Stevens.” In addition, she has a featured track, “Say The Word,” on the “Kim Possible” Soundtrack CD and Rolling Stone magazine had recognized her as one of its “Five on The Rise” of upcoming young female artists.

Christy also has had a successful Broadway career, appearing in "Beauty and the Beast" and "Avenue Q."

With the success of “Even Stevens” and Christy’s portrayal of the meticulously perfect Ren, she became a role model for young people across the country and in many other parts of the world. Christy, much like Ren Stevens herself, is exceptionally motivated and focused in her efforts to balance her career, her education, as well as being a normal teenager.

In 2002, Christy became the first actress ever to star in three Disney Channel projects: a live-action series, “Even Stevens,” an original movie, “Cadet Kelly,” which was the highest rated Disney Channel original movie for viewing audience in the channel’s history, and an animated series, “Kim Possible.” She reprized that record again in 2003 with “The Even Stevens Movie,” which surpassed “Cadet Kelly” in viewing audience ratings.

Most recently, she launched Christy’s Throwback Kitchen, a YouTube cooking series where she hosts guests from her star-studded past.

Christy has revealed that she struggled with depression, alcohol abuse and self-harming during her difficult transition from child star to adult. However, she has gone on to become an inspiring figure in the community.

Romano received the 'GI Spirit Award' with the GI Film Festival due to her work as a member of the 'Ambassadors of Hollywood' support tour to Afghanistan. She traveled to the Capitol building to be presented by former Senator Chris Dodd (CT) and performed the National Anthem for the festival's veteran filmmakers.

She was awarded the key to the city of her hometown in Connecticut and been given a day (Feb 22) commemorating her contribution as a positive role model for young women with the 'CT's Finest Award'.

Romano has actively participated in many charities such as Equity Fights Aids, Leukemia Foundation, American Heart Association, L.A's AVIVA Center, and Unicef. She dedicated the proceeds of her 'Ready for Action' Mickey statue to the Children's Miracle Network. She has fulfilled several wishes for the Make-a-Wish Foundation, and has also sat on the board of the young Hollywood committee at St. Jude's Hospital.

She has done PSA's for the Child's Safety Network on internet safety as well as acted as a campaign spokesperson for The American Counseling Association to speak out against bullying. She has actively volunteers at The Actor's Fund's 'Looking Ahead' program for youth in entertainment. Romano recently spoke at Old Dominion University and is available for speaking engagements or youth coaching sessions.


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Former Disney star Christy Carlson Romano is preparing for a more present 2020. “Last year was getting organized,” the “Even Stevens” actress, 35, recently  ...
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Christy Carlson Romano, known for her role on Disney's "Even Stevens," detailed her struggle with binge-drinking, self-harm and depression.

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