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Christy Carlson Romano Biography

Christy Carlson Romano was born in Milford, Connecticut, U.S. She is an American actress, comedian, voice actress and singer. In 2002, Romano became the first person to act in three Disney Channel projects simultaneously, supplementing her work on Even Stevens.

The beauty queen is best known for her role as Ren Stevens in the Disney Channel sitcom Even Stevens, as well as the voice of the titular character in the Disney Channel animated series Kim Possible.

Christy Carlson Romano Age

Romao was born on March 20, 1984, in Milford, Connecticut, U.S. She is years of age 34 as of 2018.

Christy Carlson Romano Family

Romano was born in Milford, Connecticut, to Anthony and Sharon Romano. The American actress is the youngest of four children. She has 2 older sisters,(Marcella & Jennifer) and 1 older brother (Anthony Jr.). The beauty queen is of Italian, German, and Swedish descent

Christy Carlson Romano Husband

The American actress married Brendan Rooney who is a writer-producer, and longtime boyfriend on December 31, 2013, after two years of engagement. The two met in February 2011 while still at school in Barnard College. The couples are blessed with a daughter (Isabella Victoria ”Izzy” Rooney) who was born on 24 December 2016. The two are also expecting another bundle of joy (baby girl) due to late February

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Christy Carlson Romano  Career

Romano made her Broadway debut in 1998 as Mary Phagan in the musical Parade by Alfred Uhry and Jason Robert Brown. In 2002, the beauty queen became the first person to feature in three Disney Channel projects simultaneously, featuring her work on Even Stevens with a starring role in Cadet Kelly, alongside Hilary Duff, and voice acting as the title character in Kim Possible. She was later nominated for a Daytime Emmy for her work on Kim Possible. The show inspired an adventure scavenger hunt activity at Disney’s Epcot which ran for over five years, as well as two Disney Channel movies Kim Possible: So the Drama and Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time.

Romano recorded songs as part of soundtracks for Kim Possible and other Disney projects. She was the first person to sing on the Disney Channel on a musical episode of Even Stevens which later led to more singing on the series and with Disney in general. . After her Broadway run of Beauty and the beauty queen Romano signed a record deal with Jason Flom at Atlantic Records. Flom was fired before Romano released her first album and Romano’s deal was not honored. She continued to write music with Kara DioGuardi and The Matrix and placed her songs in several movies.

American actress, Romano used her vocal talents to narrate for audiobooks, including Pop Princess by Rachel Cohn, The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer trilogy by Michelle Hodkin, and Beautiful Blue World by Suzanne M. LaFleur. She also narrated audiobooks “To Catch A Killer” by Sheryl Scarborough, “Futuristic Violence and Fancy Suits” by David Wong, “Kaledoscope Hearts” by Claire Contreras, and the “Adventures of Owl Series” by Kristi Charish. On August 22, 2006, Romano published her own novel, Grace’s Turn, for which she provided the narration as well.

Christy Carlson Romano Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $3. million dollars.

Christy Carlson Romano Movies And Tv Shows






Everyone Says I Love You

Trick-or-Treat Child


Henry Fool






Looking for an Echo

Tina Pirelli


Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children

Yuffie Kisaragi


Taking 5

Danielle Thompson



Alex Layton


The Legend of Secret Pass


Suicide Dolls


Movin’ In

Ann Beck

Mirrors 2

Jenna McCarty







Lucky Dog





Real Love


Bear with Us

Quincy Adams


The Girl in the Photographs



Christmas All Over Again







Kim Possible

Poppy Blu


Big Hero 6: The Series



Christmas with the Andersons



Deadly Daycare



Iris Expanding


The Penguins of Madagascar

Little Girl #1 / Lunacorn





The Cutting Edge: Chasing the Dream

Jackie Dorsey





Casper’s Scare School



Kim Possible: So the Drama

Kim Possible



Lilo & Stitch: The Series

Kim Possible

Campus Confidential


The Cutting Edge: Going for the Gold

Jackie Dorsey

Family Guy

Quagmire’s One-Night-Stand


Joan of Arcadia

Officious Hall Monitor God


The Even Stevens Movie

Ren Stevens

Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time

Kim Possible


Kim Possible

Kimberly Ann “Kim” Possible


Cadet Kelly

Cadet Captain Jennifer Stone



Andy Brenner


Even Stevens

Renee “Ren” Stevens


Guiding Light



The Many Trials of Tammy B


Christy Carlson Romano Mirrors 2

She featured in the film Mirror 2 and potrayed the role of Jenna McCarty.

Could It Be Christy Carlson Romano

The beauty queen, Christy Carlson Romano wrote the song Could it be

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Christy Carlson Romano Calls Being on Set of ‘Kim Possible’ Live-Action Movie a Surreal Experience

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Even though the original Kim Possible animated series ended well over a decade ago, Christy Carlson Romano has never stopped hearing about how the character she voiced impacted audiences.

It’s this unwavering love that led Disney Channel to reintroduce the titular heroine. Only instead of another cartoon feature, they decided to produce the upcoming live-action film. In an age where female empowerment is so prevalent, Romano believes the timing couldn’t be more perfect.

Team Possible is back together fighting super villains and learning algebra.

“I think that Kim Possible still is a really good role model for kids,” the actress said. “She is a good sister. She is a good daughter. She is a really loyal friend. She really cares about people.

“Initially, why Kim Possible even started was because she started a website and started getting pings to save people all over the world. Then she lifted into it accidentally, so Kim Possible is someone who rises to the occasion. That is why kids will be inspired by her today.”

Also be on the lookout for shows turned into movies and sequel series.

The new incarnation of the teen crime fighter is portrayed by Sadie Stanley, but Romano does appear as pop star Poppy Blu. It was a surreal experience for the 34-year-old to be on set across from a physical interpretation of the character she initially embodied in voiceover.

“I saw the henchmen, and part of me was like, ‘Maybe I should be battling them,’” she said.

“There was an instinct in me to get defensive. But they were really true to what they looked like in the show. I saw Kim Possible’s jet-pack. It was so cool and exactly like the one from the show…There was a lot of thought and care that went into everything.”

Romano hints the movie will contain numerous Easter eggs to excite long-time fans. She considers herself among them.

“My character is pretty funny because she is giving Kim a ride to a mission, which is a throwback to our first animated show,” Romano explained.

“She didn’t have a driver’s license. She had to rely on important people to give her rides. In one of the first few, she got a ride from a Britney Spears type. She had her own private plane to go to one of her first missions. It was fun to be a part of that throwback within a throwback. It was very meta.”

As a mother of 2-year-old Isabella and with another child on the way, Romano believes her appreciation has only deepened for who Kim Possible is and the fact that the character essentially voiced a movement.

“I feel really blessed to have been a part of it from the ground up,” she said. “I even helped create ‘What’s the sitch?’ I remember being asked what I would say to say ‘Hi’ to friends and ‘What’s up.’

“That catchphrase came from a collaboration from me and the creators. I feel like I put my stamp on Kim Possible a long time ago.”

The star recently played one of the old Kim Possible episodes for her daughter. The toddler enjoyed the opening sequence, complete with a catchy theme.

“She doesn’t have a long attention span,” Romano said. “But she will love Kim Possible. She is like a mini-Kim Possible. My husband wants to get her into jujitsu, and she climbs on everything and is fearless. I can’t wait to watch with her as she gets older.”

Perhaps Romano will also host family viewings of Even Stevens, a series she worked on alongside Shia LeBeouf. The show involving two completely opposite siblings Ren and Louis ran for three seasons, including a movie, through 2003. For Romano, it would be a smart decision to bring back Even Stevens.

April 18 marks 35 years since the channel was launched.

“We had such great fans,” she said. “I’ve heard about Hilary Duff bringing back Lizzie McGuire. I’ve heard Anne Hathaway bringing back The Princess Diaries. Raven [-Symoné] has obviously been successful with her show that has come back. I have no idea why Even Stevens is not in the works. But I am all about bringing back Even Stevens.

“And I don’t mind playing a mom, because that’s who I am. I think it would be super-funny if Ren Stevens had two kids, twins or brother and sister who are exactly like Ren and Louis.

“Maybe a gender-swap where the boy is maybe Type A and the girl is a lot like Louis. I think that would be super-fun for the past generation of kids and having the joy to watch it with their kids.”

Romano admittedly hasn’t been in touch with LeBeouf much these days, though they have seen each other a few times over the years.

“He even saw my husband at a shooting range when he was preparing for Man Down. He was training at a shooting range with other Marines. My husband was and is a Marine, so they got to meet each other,” Romano said. “Shia still met my husband even though I wasn’t there. He told my husband to say hello and still calls me sis. I have nothing but love for him.”

In other words, Shia if you’re up for a Stevens reunion, you can always call her, beep her.

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