Bio Data

Full Name: Christina Renée Hendricks

Birthdate: May 3, 1975

Status: Divorced

Known for:  Actress and former model

Family:  Jackie Sue Hendricks (née Raymond) (Mother), Robert Hendricks (Father),  Geoffrey Arend (Former husband)

Christina Hendricks

Christina Hendricks is an actress and former model from the United States. She has been nominated for six Primetime Emmy Awards, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, and two Critics’ Choice Awards for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series during her long career in screen and theatre. She is well recognized for her part in the Mad Men TV series. Esquire magazine voted her “the sexiest lady in the world” in a survey of female readers in 2010. She was also named “America’s Most Beautiful Woman.”

Hendricks was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, to an American mother and an English father. She grew up in Portland, Oregon, and Twin Falls, Idaho, where she became involved in local theater. She traveled to New York City after graduating from high school in Virginia and entered a Seventeen cover contest, where she sought a modeling career. She worked as a model globally for over a decade before deciding to pursue acting.

Before being cast as Joan Holloway on the AMC historical drama series Mad Men in 2007, Hendricks had recurring parts in many television shows, including Beggars and Choosers (2001–2002) and Kevin Hill (2004–2005). She was nominated for six Emmy Awards and won multiple Screen Actors Guild Awards for Best Ensemble for her performance. She began acting in films while on Mad Men, gaining praise for her roles in Nicolas Winding Refn’s thriller Drive (2011), Sally Potter’s drama Ginger & Rosa (2012), and Ryan Gosling’s neo-noir fantasy Lost River (2014).

Hendricks featured in the comedy series Another Period from 2015 to 2016, as well as the Sundance Television drama series Hap and Leonard, following the finale of Mad Men (2016). She worked with Refn again in the thriller The Neon Demon (2016), then in the comedy Fist Fight (2017), the horror movie The Strangers: Prey at Night (2018), and the animated comedy Toy Story 4 (2018).. She returned to television in 2017 and 2020, appearing in the crime drama series Tin Star and the NBC comedy-crime series Good Girls.


Christina Hendricks Age

Christina Rene Hendricks was born on May 3, 1975, in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States. Her birthday is on May 3.

Christina Hendricks Parents

Christina Hendricks is the daughter of Robert Hendricks, a U.S. Forest Service employee, and Jackie Sue (née Raymond), a psychologist.

Christina Hendricks Husband

Christina Hendricks and former husband, Geoffrey Arend

Christina is married to Geoffrey Arend, an American actor who has worked in cinema, television, voiceover work, and stage. After being introduced by her Mad Men co-star Vincent Kartheiser, the couple became engaged in early 2009 and married on October 11, 2009, in New York’s Il Buco restaurant. In an interview, she stated that the pair had no plans to start a family. In October of 2019, they revealed that they were no longer together.

Christina Hendricks Net Worth

Hendricks has had an almost three-decade career in the entertainment world through the revenues of her acting career. She has amassed both a large and a little wealth. Her net worth is estimated to be at $10 million dollars.

Christina Hendricks, Good Girls

Christina Hendricks in Good Girls

In the American crime comedy-drama television series Good Girls, Hendricks played Beth Boland (born Marks), a mother of four and a homemaker whose husband of car salesmen defrauded her. Beth develops a romantic interest in Rio and then goes to work at the auto dealership, while Dean stays at home with their children. She is the unofficial head of the gang and grows up to be a criminal in order to enjoy life.

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Christina Hendricks Mad Men

In the American historical drama television series Mad Men, Hendricks plays Joan Harris, the witty 60s office manager and supervisor of the secretarial pool at Sterling Cooper. In Season 2, she marries Dr. Greg Harri. By the third season, both are married, and Joan accepts Greg’s invitation to leave her position at Sterling Cooper.

Greg’s lack of skill as a physician, and the resulting difficulty in securing a permit for Joan to return to work at a department shop, causes her to call Roger Sterling for assistance in finding a job.

Because of her important organisational and managerial talents, she is later hired by the news agency formed by Don, Roger, Bert, and Lane. Meanwhile, Greg’s determination to pursue his career as a surgeon leads him to join the Army, where he is sent to basic training and then to Vietnam early in Season 4. Joan and Roger have one sexual experience while her husband is gone, which culminates in her becoming pregnant. Joan considers terminating the pregnancy at first, but changes her mind and gives birth shortly before the start of Season 5, oblivious to the fact that her husband is not the father.

Greg returns from Vietnam during Season 5, but he and Joan are divorced before the end of the season after Greg informs Joan that he would be going to Vietnam for another service tour, regardless of their thoughts on the matter. Joan has become a full partner at SCDP by the conclusion of Season 5, in exchange for consenting to sleep with a Jaguar executive to help get the contract. Don ends his friendship with Jaguar just before SCDP makes a public bid for the sixth season.

Joan is enraged at the possible lost income as well as the fact that her efforts were in vain. At the end of the series, she is threatened by McCann executives and decides to buy out her portion of the relationship.