Christina David is a professional journalist and producer. She was previously the correspondent for Entertainment Tonight, interviewing many celebrities such as Miley Cyrus, Will Arnett, Chrissy Teigen, Robert De Niro and Oprah Winfrey.
She is married to David Arquette and they have two sons, Charlie West and Augustus Alexis.
Early Life and Education
Christina David was raised in a family that valued literature, with her father always telling stories with enthusiasm. This passion for storytelling continued to shape Christina’s worldview as an adult.
Joan, Christina’s mother, had an affinity for literature and storytelling. She often had Christina and her twin sisters read books together.
She shared stories from her childhood, recalling in particular her mother telling a tale about hiding in the attic so their house wouldn’t be broken into by burglars.
She graduated from a local school and later went on to study at Sydney Girls’ College. There, her English skills were praised and she earned an impressive Leaving Certificate.
Christina McLarty is a journalist, producer, and television personality based in Nashville, Tennessee. She married former professional wrestler, actor, and producer David Arquette in 2007.
She began her career as a reporter at KATV-Channel 7 in Little Rock, Arkansas. There she acquired invaluable skills and attributes it as the best training of her life.
She then relocated to Dallas and worked as a weekend anchor, covering human-interest stories on the Dallas Mavericks basketball team. Additionally, she had correspondent roles for Entertainment Tonight and The Insider. Furthermore, she serves on the Arkansas Cinema Society’s board of directors while running production studio XTR which has produced projects like You Cannot Kill David Arquette and is working on a documentary about Earvin “Magic” Johnson Jr.
Achievements and Honors
Cristina David has had her work featured at numerous renowned galleries and museums for over two decades. Her projects often contain playful yet ironic conceptual twists.
Christina’s artistic practice uses text, photography and video as primary mediums of expression and documentation of her unique perspective on life, herself and how time passes. She has received numerous awards from institutions around the world for her work.
As a teacher, she believes that teaching from the heart opens up endless opportunities. When she’s not at work, she enjoys spending time at home with her husband and two children. In her free time, she enjoys gardening, writing and painting as well as traveling and meeting new people – with hopes of pursuing an artistic career in the future.
On Sunday, February 23, Christina McLarty tied the knot with longtime fiance David Arquette in Los Angeles. After dating for four years, their union was celebrated by friends and family at a festive wedding reception.
Christina’s husband is a retired professional American wrestler, actor and producer best known for his iconic role as “Charley Weaver” in the 1950s – an iconic character who represented the “wild old man from Mount Idy.”
Christina is a wife, mother, and social worker. Her research interests lie in consumer-directed care, ageing, and elder abuse.
Christina’s life story was made into a film entitled Mommie Dearest in 1981 and she also penned a best-selling book about her memories growing up with her adoptive mother Joan Crawford.
Actress Christina Ricci has an estimated net worth of $8 million. She primarily earns her fortune through acting roles and brand collaborations.
She began her acting career at the tender age of 8 and has since appeared in multiple films and television shows. For her work, she has earned numerous accolades including a Golden Globe for her role in The Opposite of Sex.
Her most acclaimed films include Mermaids, The Addams Family and Casper. She had a starring role in Prozac Nation that reportedly earned her $1 million. Additionally, she appeared on TV series Mirandam and Smurfs series Mothers and Daughters as voice actress. Most recently her sleepy Hollow film was successful enough to earn her a Saturn Award nomination.