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Erica Hahn in the middle of her sexual breakthrough come to mind — but nonetheless, she’s right when she appreciates the fact that her coming out on a date with Maya wasn’t a “big to-do; it was just part of her life and it was normal for her.”As for the message that her (in the future) pregnant lesbian character sends to the red states in America, Woods says, “I think that it might piss them off, which is good.” She goes on to say that it’s not just a “gay issue” but a “woman issue as well as a human issue.” Woods, a “huge advocate of gay rights,” stresses the importance of normalizing and humanizing queer relationships, which is awesome.

Though Janis Hawk’s character just broke up with Maya (Navi Rawat) — who became her girlfriend after one date/hookup (typical) — or “Mosaicing” her (a social networking site even more intense than Facebook: you can see other people’s “flash forwards” to stalk them to the fullest creepy potential in the future and beyond), Woods says she doesn’t think “it’s the last we’re going to see of Maya.” portraying lesbianism and queer issues in such a positive, normal light. Nah.) Christine Woods seems like a down-to-earth gem of a person, and I’m pretty sure she just got herself about a million-and-a-half more viewers.

As Christine was interested in drama, music, and theater since she was a child, she joined the University of Arizona and began studying musical theater.

A few years later in 2005, she made her acting appearance and that was from the television series, CSI: Miami.

Woods has garnered two Maverick Movie Award nominations.

Additionally, in 2007, she appeared as Erika in the movie ‘The Haunting of Marsten Manor.’ In the same year, she also had roles in ‘The Game’, ‘Atlanta’, and ‘How I Met Your Mother.’ Since then, she has appeared in numerous other movies and television series. Some other movies and television series that Woods has appeared in are ‘She-Ra and the Princesses of Power’, ‘Better Off Zed’, ‘Daddy Issues’, ‘Man with a Plan’, ‘Spaced Out’, ‘Life in Pieces’, ‘Home Again’, ‘Adam Ruins Everything’, ‘Handsome: A Netflix Mystery Movie’, Mixcdd, ‘Wild Man’, ‘Glimpses of Greg’, ‘The Odd Couple’, ‘The Catch’, ‘About a Boy’, ‘Two to Go’, ‘The Walking Dead’, ‘Bad Teacher’, ‘Go On’, ‘Table for Three’, ‘How to Be a Gentleman’, ‘Perfect Couples’, and ‘Sveener and the Shmiel’ among others.

She describes Janis as a “tough broad” who “holds her own” in her predominantly male FBI squad based in LA.

About playing gay for the first time, Woods gushes, “I love it,” and applauds ABC for having “some really great gay characters on a lot of their shows.”Hmmm, I don’t know if they deserve much applause — a certain platonic Calzona relationship and firing Dr.

There are no details available about her early life and childhood. Furthermore, she belongs to a mixed ethnic background of English, Polish, Dutch, Norwegian and Irish.

Talking about her education, Woods studied musical theater at the University of Arizona.

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