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By Melissa Romualdi.

Happy Birthday Christina Applegate!

Today, the ‘Married… with Children’ star turns 52 and to celebrate her special day, ET Canada is looking back at some of the actress’ most notable performances.

“Dead to Me” (2019–2022)

Linda Cardellini and Christina Applegate in “Dead to Me”
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In this Netflix comedy series, which recently ended, Applegate stars as Jen Harding, a “hotheaded widow searching for the getaway driver who mowed down her husband.” The actress’ character “befriends an eccentric optimist” named Judy (Linda Cardellini) with a shocking secret.

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“Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead” (1991)

Christina Applegate in costume as her character Sue Ellen Crandell in a publicity portrait for the film
Christina Applegate in costume as her character Sue Ellen Crandell in a publicity portrait for the movie ‘Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead’ in Los Angeles, California, 1991.
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Applegate, who was just 20 when this teen comedy premiered, took on the role of Sue Ellen Crandell, a teenager who likes to party and have fun while her mom is out of town the whole time. the summer. However, when the evil babysitter caring for her rambunctious younger siblings suddenly bites the dust, the CrandeThey are short of money. Sue Ellen then lands a nice job in fashion after lying about her age and experience, but she quickly discovers the downsides of adulthood, eagerly awaiting her mother’s return.

“Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues” (2013)

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Will Ferrell, Christina Applegate – “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues”, 2013
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In the 2013 sequel to 2004’s “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy,” Applegate reprises her role as talented TV presenter Veronica Corningstone, whose heart was captured in the previous 1970s film by her co-anchor, Ron Burgundy (Will Ferrell). With the ’70s behind them, “San Diego’s top journalist (Burgundy) returns to take New York City’s premier news channel by storm” with his now-wife (Corningstone) by his side.

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“The Big Hit” (1998)

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“The Big Hit” – Mark Wahlberg, Christina Applegate
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In this ’90s action-comedy, Applegate plays the fiancé of hitman Melvin Smiley (Mark Wahlberg), but she’s completely unaware of what he does for a living. As Melvin tries to hide his real job from Applegate character Pam, he ends up falling in love with the victim of his job kidnapping, turning his world upside down.

“Vacation” (2015)

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Skyler Gisondo, Steele Stebbins, Christina Applegate, Ed Helms – “Vacation”, 2015
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In this adventure comedy, Applegate is married to Ed Helms’ Rusty Griswold, who surprises her and their two sons on a cross-country road trip to America’s favorite amusement park. , Walley World, “in order to spice things up with his wife and reconnect” with their boys. However, Applegate character Debbie and her family hilariously find themselves in one misadventure after another.

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“Friends” (1994-2004)

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“Friends” – “The One With Rachel’s Other Sister” – Episode 8 – Aired 11/21/2002 – Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green, Christina Applegate as Amy Green
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Applegate starred as Amy Green, Rachel’s self-centered sister in the ninth and tenth seasons of the beloved sitcom. The actress’ “Friends” performance even won her an Emmy Award in 2003 for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series.

“Married… with children” (1987-1997)

Christina Applegate in “Married… with children”
Christina Applegate in “Married… with children”
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The one who started it all. Applegate was just 15 when she was cast as Kelly Bundy in “Married… with Children.” The actress instantly became the star of the show, thanks to her portrayal of the silly but lovable blonde.

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