Christina Crawford
Christina Crawford
Celebrated Name: Christina Crawford
Real Name/Full Name: Christina Crawford
Gender: Female
Age: 84 years old
Birth Date: 11 June 1939
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, United States
Nationality: American
Height: 1.67 m
Weight: 60 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Divorced
Michael Brazzel (m. 1994–1999), David Koontz (m. 1976–1982), Harvey Medlinsky (m. 1966–1968)
Children: No
Profession: American authoress and actress
Net Worth in 2024: $6 million
Last Updated: April 2024

Christina Crawford is a famous American author and actress. She is best known for her autobiography, Mommie Dearest. In the book, she explains her lousy child accounts with her adoptive mother, Joan Crawford, who is an actress. She is also popularly known for appearing in The Secret Storm as Joan Borman Kane and as Monica George in the Wild in the Country.

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Early Life

Christina Crawford was born in 1939, 11th June. Her birthplace was Los Angeles California in the United States of America. Her parents were unmarried teens, where her dad was already married to another woman and in the Navy. However, her mother was young and unmarried. Joan Crawford, after several fails of adopting a child adopted her from a Nevada, baby broker. Joan is a mother to her other adopted kids, Catherine, Cynthia and Christopher.

She went to Chadwick School but later transferred to Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy where she graduated. After school, she went to Carnegie Mellon School of Drama. Seven years later, Christina Crawford got a bachelor’s degree in Arts.

Personal Life

Christina has married thrice. Her first husband was Harvey Medlinsky followed by David Koontz and finally Michael Brazzel.

Age, Height, and Weight

Being born on 11 June 1939, Christina Crawford is 84 years old as of today’s date 16th April 2024. Her height is 1.67 m tall, and her weight is 60 kg.


Christina Crawford started off as an actress where she contributed to the production of the Splendor in the Grass. She then started being featured in various films such as Color on Sundays, Dark of the Moon, The Moon is Blue and others. Since 1960 she appeared in favourite movies such as Force of Impulse, Wild in the Country, Here’s Hollywood, The Complaisant Lover and others.

In 1968, she started starring in The Secret Storm a soap opera. She suffered a medical emergency and while in recovery, her mother took over her role without mentioning anything. Feeling betrayed and hurt, she decided to leave the soap opera.

After her mum’s death in 1977, it was discovered that she had disinherited both her and Christopher. The two siblings decided to go against their mother’s will at all cost. Things were settled as each kid got compensation. In 1978, her autobiography book, Mommie Dearest was released where she wrote all the hectic moments of her childhood.

She explains Joan Crawford as a mean and selfish person. A movie was released in 1981 and recorded a high level of success. In 2000, she became the entertainment manager of a casino in Idaho and stayed there for seven years. Currently, she is working on her third book following Survivor and Mommie Dearest.

Awards and Achievements

Christina Crawford wrote Mommie Dearest, and the movie produced about the story received 5 Golden Raspberry Awards. Her two books were the best selling at the time. In 2007 she wrote an award-winning series.

Net Worth & Salary of Christina Crawford in 2024

Christina Crawford Net Worth
Christina Crawford Net Worth

As of April 2024, Christina Crawford net worth is $6 million. This net worth has been from her two excellent books, productions and numerous films. All these occupations have played a part to get to this net worth.

Life is not a straight line. You will have to face difficulties and challenges, but it’s up to you to come out strong. Christina Crawford has been through a lot but has worked extra hard never to let her problems define her.


  1. I too small survivor of a narcissistic mother. I’m only 4’10”y’all and weigh 140 lbs. My mother will more then likely give her fortune to the cat foundation before she would allow my sister or myself to have $1.00 of it. I’d very much like to speak with Ms Christina Crawford and ask how she got started in writing about her story about Joan Crawford her mother? I too am in the same position and my mind is made up I’m am writing the book. I will expose my narcissist mother to the world in a tell all book that makes Joan Crawford look like Mother Theresa!! I need N agent and publisher and I’m hoping to have some advice and guidance from Ms Crawford. I’m 52 years young but have endured enough abuse to last several lifetimes. I can be reached at The email on file

  2. Hi there Christina,
    I just saw “Mommie Dearest” for the third time It always saddened me to see your mother act so cruelly to you. I graduated from the same school you attended, Chadwick School. My mother taught piano and my father was the school photographer which paid for my brother’s and my tuition. The lady who played Mrs. Chadwick in the movie didn’t look like the real Mrs. Chadwick whose hair was white. I am looking at all your pictures on Google, and you are truly beautiful, far better looking than your sick mother.
    Wishing you fulfillment and happiness, Joanne Evens

  3. Dear Christina,
    My condolences to you on the death of your dear little brother. I hope he was able to find a happy life.
    No one will know the depth of your life, except you. The movie Mommy Dearest is hard to watch.
    I know you are not a young woman but I wish you happiness each and every day.
    You are definitely a survivor of abuse.
    God bless your days and nights.

  4. You sent me a greeting once when I ordered the bigger copy of Mommie Dearest. It is in my scrapbook. My childhood friend and I had mothers (mine was narcissistic) we didn’t bond with. Our lives had to be easy and there’s never been a structure or a straight line. My friend died last year. It took me this year to figure out the whole thing. I eat right and have always exercised, so I think I can manage. I remember my boss’s Jewish mother found me reading your book in the store and made my life miserable after that (joke).

  5. Christina
    I’m so very sorry this happened to you. To be so abandoned, to have no avenue of safety is so hard to bare. Youth has so little power and to be so abused it’s amazing you are able to live with these memories.
    I wish you peace, and thank you for being an advocate to those who still today suffer parental abuse. Blessings!


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