The term ‘star-crossed lovers’ is often used to describe a couple that exists in two different worlds that have nothing to do with each other, and by this definition, Christine Marinoni and Cynthia Nixon are very star-crossed lovers. Cynthia comes from the glamorous and famous world of Hollywood, while her wife Christine is an activist and political analyst. Cynthia is known for her work as Miranda Hobbes in the popular and iconic show Sex and the City, while Christine is known for her work for LGBT activism.
There is much to learn about their Christine Marinoni and you will find out much more below.
Who is Christine Marinoni and how old is she?
Christine Marinoni was born in 1967 in Washington, United States and grew up in Bainbridge, Washington. She was born to academics who raised her from childhood to adulthood.
As for her education, Christine Marinoni enrolled at Columbia University, where she earned a degree in economic development, with plans to start a career either as a diplomat or as a specialist in international affairs, but instead, she earned a reputation for her work in the fight for LGBT rights, and it all began in 1995 after she came out as a lesbian.
According to available information, her path from an ordinary folklorist to an activist began after a bartender in a coffee shop/bar that she had set up to serve lesbian clientele became the subject of a hate crime. The incident sparked a fire in Christine Marinoni to fight for the rights of others like her, and the fire has continued to burn to this day.
Since then she has been a prominent organizer of various campaigns and protests against homophobia. She also lobbied for homosexual marriage legislation in New York City and worked in Bill de Blasio’s administration, albeit in a position focused on education, as a special advisor on community partnerships in the Department of Education.
Family life as Cynthia Nixon’s wife
Christine Marinoni and Cynthia Nixon were able to build a happy and beautiful family and it all began when they met for the first time in 2001. At that time Christine was working as an education organizer, while Cynthia Nixon was involved in a campaign to reduce the classroom population in New York’s public schools.
Their shared interest in creating and building a better society was the beginning of a long and happy relationship. When they met, Cynthia Nixon was married to Danny Mozes as her husband, with whom she had two children, but who divorced in 2003. Then, 2 years after meeting Christine, she started dating the activist.
In 2009 Christine Marinoni and Cynthia Nixon got engaged and after the adoption of the Marriage Equality Act they got married on 27 May 2012 and since they are a couple they have welcomed the birth of a child, Max Ellington Nixon-Marinoni, who was born on 7 February 2011.
Cynthia Nixon’s children from her first marriage are Samantha and Charles Ezekiel, born in November 1996 and December 2002 respectively.
More interesting facts about Christine Marinoni
Unlike her wife, Christine Marinoni does not work in an industry known for its high financial remuneration, but she has been able to build a modest life for herself. As a special consultant, she earned up to 120,000 dollars a year in salary income. Her wife, Cynthia Nixon, however, is worth a whopping $60 million.
Before the birth of their daughter, Max Ellington Nixon-Marinoni, Christine and Cynthia suffered a lot of miscarriages and their daughter, Max was born after six attempts to conceive.
Her body measurements
Christine Marinoni has great ambitions, but physically she is a small woman. She is 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs 78 kg. She has body measurements of 34, 32 and 37 inches for her chest, waist, and hips. In addition, Christine has other characteristics such as brown hair and gray colored eyes.
Christine Marinoni’s mother was the president of the teachers’ union while her father worked as a university professor.
Her wife’s professional achievements
Her wife Cynthia Nixon has starred in over 80 films and TV shows, including the cult Sex and the City Show.
In 2018, Cynthia, who has always strongly supported her activism, announced her intention to run for governor of New York. She lost the primary to the incumbent governor, Andrew Cuomo.