Oct 2, 2018
A Million Little Things with Christina
Christina Moses is an incredibly
talented actress who is starring in the ensemble cast of
A Million Little Things on ABC which premiered on September 26th. It focuses
on a group of friends who come together after a friend of theirs
suddenly dies, and is being called The Big Chill meets This Is Us. If you’ve seen the first episode, you’ll know
how good it is. She also appears in Condor, The Originals, Containment, Roadies, and
Rosewood. Aside from
acting, she dedicates her time to philanthropic efforts with
organizations like Lotus Outreach
The Girl Effect and the Geena Davis
Everything Happens for a
- “Anytime you put anything your love out there,
you’re exposed in some way.”
new show, A Million Little Things, explores the idea that
everything in life happens for a reason.
- Believing in karma, Christina personally
notices the power of cause and effect in everyday life. She
goes through life thinking, “how can I choose to
learn from this situation?”
Hard Work to Success
- Overnight successes
aren’t really a reality, however it’s so easy to see it that way
when all we see are the shiny, edited, spotlight moments of
- “Getting my heart aligned with my mind to muster up the courage
and the confidence to even go for it was a long road.”
- Growing up in Los Angeles in a
household with an acting coach father, she went on auditions as a
kid. She was shy in every audition and decided that it was best to
put it off for a while until she felt comfortable.
- In school, she dedicated time
to painting and poetry before she discovered theater where she
could express her creativity in a comfortable way.
Finding Your Worth
moved to New York, and dove into cultural and race politics before
realizing she missed acting.
- “It took me forever to admit that this is something
I want to do.”
2008, she got representation, and decided that she was going to
really go for it.
- “It took a long time to really believe that I
deserve to be there.”
- Christina never doubted her talent as an actor,
but her childhood experiences affected her view of her
- Looking back, she
recognizes the trauma she felt on the auditions as a child and the
need she felt to please her father.
Surviving to Thriving
- Christina acknowledges that for a long time,
she was just surviving and living with a level of
- “It has so much to do with being afraid of the
space that I would take up if I shined if I just followed my
- “What truly lights me up is bringing people along for the ride.
I get lit up when other people are lit up.” She hopes she can do that for everyone who sees
- “There is this complete fear of being our best selves.”
- We have to understand and
accept our wounds and faults in order to move through
- Looking back on her childhood,
she would give herself many pieces of advice, one being
“Make all the mistakes in the world.” Did you need to hear that? Because I sure
Christina and I dove right into
some deep topics and I am so grateful for her heart and her talent.
Want to keep up with her and her work? Follow her on
Twitter and don’t forget to tune in to
A Million Little Things on ABC every Wednesday at 10/9c. You do not
want to miss out!
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