Christina is professionally known for her authenticity, wit and sensitivity to all aspects of the filmmaking process. After signing with her first agent, she immediately landed a role of Claire in SABC 1 soapie Tsha Tsha, alongside Freshly Ground’s Zolani Mahola in 2002. At age 21, she played the role of a 14-year-old rape victim in award winning South African police television drama series Jozi Streets. Christina took a break from acting when she landed her own radio show in 2007 on 5 FM. The Really Early Morning Show and touring the country as a DJ took up most of her time until 2010. In 2008 she was hired as one of SABC 3’s announcer voices till 2014 when she returned to acting. Soon after scooping the role of antagonist Michelle in urban legend movie Die Spook van Uniondale, Christina relocated to Cape Town, where she co-hosted with Richard Hardiman on Smile FM. In 2015, she was cast to play Estelle in Kyknet comedy series Die Buurtwag and because of her strong American accent, landed the lead in a short thriller Sinner. In 2016, Christina moved back to Johannesburg where she became more firmly established as a video editor. By becoming intimately acquainted with the post-production process, she came to understand what makes a great actor in terms of the nuances of continuity.With her heart set on transformative acting, Christina developed a comprehensive body of reference work that enables her to embody different characters with rich internal worlds and depth. Christina also continues to work as a voice over artist and voice actor.