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Transcript of Christina Applegate
Accomplishments and Impacts
Christina is very well-rounded actress. She has performed in movies, TV shows, and on stage. Some of her most well known roles were
Marred... With Children
(TV ), and
Up All Night
Christina Applegate is a
stage, movie, and TV actress
. Applegate was born on
November 25, 1971
(42) to an actress and a record company executive. Shortly after her birth her parents separated. Applegate was a
and as a baby, made her TV debut on the soap opera Days of Our Lives with her mother, Nancy. After her debut her career started full force.
Role As an Activist
August 3, 2008
People Magazine announced she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Then on August 19, 2008 she was announced cancer free.In 2009 she created the foundation
Right Action for Women
, a foundation that pays for breast cancer screening, focusing on the MRI scan that saved her life. Applegate is also a
activist. These foundations help rescue all breeds of dogs, more commonly hard to place dogs like Pitbulls and Rottweilers. She also doesnt eat anything that walks or flies!
"I was just shaking and then almost immediately, I had to into take-care-of-business mode which included a change to a more healthy diet."
-Christina Applegate on the
"Sometimes you feel lucky because you've been given this chance to change your life."
Here are some pictures of Christina Applegate!!
August 3rd, 2008
it was announced she was diagnosed with breast cancer, which changed her life dramatically. Then on
, she became cancer free after having a double mastectomy. In 2009, Applegate founded her foundation,
Right Action for Women
which helps fund breast cancer screening. She has also appeared in the
Stand Up to Cancer Telethon
and is a spokesperson for
Lee National Denim Day
which helps raise money for education and research on breast cancer.
announcement of her cancer.