Who is Christine Quinn?
Dallas, Texas, USA
Her early life and career beginnings
Christine’s mother was a homemaker, and her father, an engineer. She grew up in Dallas with her terminally ill mother, who first got cancer at 40, and after treatment, it resurfaced a year later and resulted in multiple health issues.
Having loved theater, Christine was a goofy, funny, class clown who unfortunately had to drop out to be homeschooled with the intent of being home with her debilitated mother. It was a difficult time for her, growing up too fast and missing out on interaction with school and friends.
However, she developed into a strong, confident, and goal-oriented young woman pursuing her ambitions. She took up menial jobs, juggling between shifts in Taco Bell, Taco, and Walmart.
Being raised in the suburbs of Dallas meant often seeing people riding in their horses to grocery shops and other events. Christine, wanting a better life, moved to Hollywood to pursue an acting career.
Christine’s professional career life
Christine started her career in modeling at fifteen. And also, acting, landing minor roles in films and television, including Father of Invention, Wrong Side of Town, Shark Night, Humans vs. Zombies, The First Family, Casting Couch, Drop Dead Diva, Hot Tub Time Machine, MTV Cribs, Angie Tribeca and whatnot. She eventually grew tired of being typecast as the blonde girl and diverted to real estate.
Being an ambitious young individual, she invested in stocks at twenty-three, and at twenty-six, her investments began paying off. She made her first million from properties and assets. However, her breakthrough came from joining the Oppenheim Group, a Los Angeles real estate brokerage firm focusing on luxury homes.
Fortunately for the stunning realtor whose real estate dreams materialized, Oppenheim Group began airing their Netflix show Selling Sunset. Her appearance as one of the agents culminated in global recognition and a snowballing career, photoshoots, filmings, interviews, and international magazine covers.
The versatile businesswoman hopes to one day have her television show or a talk show. She has created businesses in the lifestyle niche, a perfume brand, closet sales, beauty range products, a book titled How to Be a Boss B*itch, and Shoedazzle, shoes online shop.
Her personal life
Christine lives in their West Hollywood Mansion with her husband, retired tech entrepreneur Christian Richard Dumontet who married her in December 2019. They welcomed their first son, Christian Georges Dumontet, in May 2021.
She’s audacious, quick-witted, a homebody who has a glamorous sense of style, loves to read books, cook, and most importantly, is herself.
The realtor shares about her life on her luxurious, beautifully curated Instagram page of 2.4 million followers.
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