Christina Vidal made her acting debut opposite Michael J. Fox in 1993’s “Life with Mikey,” a role she landed after a junior high school teacher told her about an open casting call.
Vidal’s television credits include guest-starring roles in “Code Black,” “Limitless,” “Blue Bloods” and “Stalker,” on the Network, as well as “The Night Shift,” “Major Crimes” and “Fairly Legal.” She starred in the series “Taina.”
Vidal’s additional feature film credits include “Freaky Friday,” “See No Evil” and “I Think I Love My Wife.”
Vidal is known for music as well as acting. She has collaborated with such artists as Jade Villalon, Sabrina Bryan of the Cheetah Girls and Will Smith, and she contributed songs for the soundtracks of “Freaky Friday,” “Taina” and “Byou.”
Vidal was born and raised in Whitestone, Queens, NY, the youngest child of Puerto Rican parents, Josephine and Manuel. She enjoys watching films, particularly those starring Julia Roberts, Ashley Judd, Sally Field, Al Pacino and Jack Nicholson. Often she can be found binge-watching “Downton Abbey” and “Friends.” Vidal loves salsa dancing, cooking for her family and interior decorating.
Vidal’s birthday is Nov. 18. Follow her on Twitter @CVDramatix and Instagram @christinamvidal.