Christina Vidal
American actor
Christina Vidal
Christina Abbi Vidal is an American film and television actress. She is best known for her roles in the films Life with Mikey, Brink!, Freaky Friday, See No Evil, and the Nickelodeon sitcom Taina, in which she played the title character.
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Kara paranın izini yok eden firma - Sabah
Google News - over 5 years
23 Ocak'da Gestexport'un kuruluş sözleşmesinde değişiklik yapılmış ve şirketin adı Christina Vidal, Jean- Claude Buffa ve Mehmet Çetindağ'ın katıldığı genel kurulda CIL olarak değiştirilmiş. Aynı genel kurulda şirketin 31 bin euroluk sermayesi 61 bin
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Google News - over 5 years
Film di Roscoe Lever e interpretato da Billy Zane, Alexander Nevsky, Robert Davi, Bai Ling, Armand Assante, Estelle Raskin, Christina Vidal, Andrew Divoff, Sarah Jayne Jensen, Richard Tyson. Prodotto nel 2010 in USA. Trama: Una ragazza insieme a un
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TADA!'s Odd Day Rain Hosts Talkback May 15 - Broadway World
Google News - almost 6 years
s Alum are: Kerry Washington, Josh Peck, Christina Vidal, Mizuo Peck, Jordan Peele and Ricki Lake. For over 25 years, the Drama Desk Award-winning TADA! Youth Theater has produced original musicals performed by kids ages 8-18 for family audiences
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FILM REVIEW; Beware the Lumbering Psycho
NYTimes - almost 11 years
Whether pursuing acting careers or state governorships, professional wrestlers generally fare better with a minimum of dialogue. The makers of ''See No Evil'' understand this, allotting their star, Kane (a k a Glen Jacobs), a mere handful of syllables to play Jacob Goodnight, a lumbering psychopath holed up in the penthouse of a derelict hotel.
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TAKING THE CHILDREN; A Breakthrough Video Game To Steal Children's Minds
NYTimes - over 13 years
Spy Kids 3-D: Game Over Daryl Sabara, Alexa Vega, Ricardo Montalban, Sylvester Stallone, Salma Hayek, George Clooney, Elijah Wood, Mike Judge, Antonio Banderas, Carla Guigno Directed by Robert Rodriguez PG 110 minutes Having tired of secret agent work by the age of 11 or so, Juni Cortez (Daryl Sabara) starts the third film in the series languishing
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FOR YOUNG VIEWERS; Reaching for the Stars
NYTimes - about 16 years
With dreams of seeing her name in lights, Taina Morales (Christina Vidal, above) traverses the worlds of her traditional Puerto Rican family in Queens and her life as a student at the Manhattan School of the Arts in ''Taina,'' a live action series that has its premiere tonight at 8 on Nickolodeon. Created and produced by Maria Perez-Brown, the show
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Reviews/Film; A Former Child Star Managing Stars-to-Be
NYTimes - over 23 years
The lullaby of Broadway wafts helpfully through "Life With Mikey," elevating this film's pat premise to a more sophisticated realm. Though "Life With Mikey" has the setup of a sitcom, it also has the director James Lapine, who brings with him a theatrical sparkle this material would otherwise lack. So the film is enlivened by Broadway cameos and
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On Stage, and Off
NYTimes - about 24 years
All in the Viewpoint A tender family drama with a special appeal for Jewish audiences. If you've seen Larry Kramer's play "The Destiny of Me," this may not be how you remember it. If you haven't, however, this is how the Off Broadway grande dame, Lucille Lortel, wants you to think of it. Ms. Lortel, who according to Who's Who just turned 87
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Christina Vidal
  • 2009
    Age 27
    Most recently, Vidal played a supporting character in the film Magic Man, which was released in 2009.
    More Details Hide Details When Vidal was in the band Gemstone, she recorded songs with herself as well as bandmate Jade Villalon performing vocals. A few of these tracks would surface many years later on albums consisting of demoes, rare tracks, and special songs of Villalon's music project, Sweetbox.
  • 2006
    Age 24
    In 2006, she did an untitled sitcom pilot along with her sisters for ABC (which was executively produced by George Lopez).
    More Details Hide Details The show was not picked up but later that year she starred in the film See No Evil, along with having a brief stint on the hit sitcom Girlfriends. In recent times, she made cameo appearances in the movies I Think I Love My Wife, Mask of the Ninja, and the internet comedy short "Love Automatically", written by Mylinda Royer and directed by Allison Haislip.
  • 2003
    Age 21
    Also in 2003 she guest starred in Sabrina, the Teenage Witch as Paris Fate.
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  • 2002
    Age 20
    In 2002, she was briefly signed to MCA Records and in that time she was supposed to release her first single "Tropical" and her solo debut album White in the summer of 2002, but never did.
    More Details Hide Details That same year she provided guest vocals on the remix of Will Smith's summer hit "Black Suits Comin' (Nod Ya Head)" from the Men in Black II soundtrack. She was a part of Lupe Fiasco's 1st & 15th Entertainment. She also recorded a track for the work out cd called Byou from Sabrina Bryan of the Cheetah Girls. The song she recorded was "Anything Is Possible". She also sang the song "Take Me Away" in the movie Freaky Friday.
  • 1981
    Born on November 18, 1981.
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