Born and raised on the Gold Coast, the Filipino actress graduated with her Bachelor of Fine Arts (Acting) from the prestigious Queensland University of Technology.
Her recent credits include the reccurring role of Rosalie in Australian comedy television series Stage Mums and lead role of Norah in comedy series Adult Conversations opposite Matt Little (Home & Away) currently in development for Australian television.
She is trained in stage combat, dancing, singing, and is proficient in standard US and British RP accents. Christine also has a background in Martial Arts which allowed her to perform her own stunts and fight choreography seen in the supernatural independent The Tempus Elixir.
Christine is currently based in Los Angeles.
"Her comic timing, work ethic and professionalism made her an absolute joy to have on set. Christine brought Rosalie to life, balancing the self absorbed character with genuine likeability."
- Anna Waters-Massey, Writer/Producer; Stage Mums
"As an actor and coach, I reflect on the qualities I admire in those I work with: intelligence, bravery, awareness, honesty, and an unguarded quality. Christine possesses all these and many more that are not mentioned."
- Charles Allen, Head of Acting APA; Acting Coach
"(Christine) has a remarkable ability for variety, humor and character development. She is also exceptionally skilled in accent work. So successful was this work that it has garnered significant interest from major programmers across Australia. "
- Leila Enright, Associate Producer PWA; White Pearl
Christine is an actor by trade but a slashie…well by necessity. Her debut short film überrich was born out of pure frustration. Writing, directing, producing and starring in the comedy short, it was shortlisted for Tropfest and the Stellar Short Film Festival in 2017.
überrich went on to win two awards at the Shorts in Paradise Festival (SIPFEST) including People’s Choice. Christine was then nominated for Best Young Filmmaker at the Noosa International Film Festival and accepted into Cinefest Oz and the Sydney Indie Film Festival.
She has since worked in a producer role for projects including Skin Like Bark, The Team, and joined Marni Little in creating award winner, Valentine’s Day, under their production company A Little Shaw Productions co-produced with Hired Goons.
Evie over-commits to her Valentine's Day plans when she makes up a fake name for a fake date. Can her and 'Steve Cushion' prep in time?
Starring: Christine Milo, Kyle McCallion, Ell Foreman, Sam Monaghan and Willie Milo.
Written by Marni Little
Directed by Marni Little and Tim Goodwin
Produced by Marni Little, Christine Milo and Tim Goodwin
Director of Photography: David Aponas
Gaffer: Owen Smith
Sound Recordist: Michael McEvoy
Editor: Tim Goodwin
Sound Mix: Damon Sheridan
A Little Shaw Production with Hired Goons