Christina Fulton
Birth Date:
June 26, 1967
Birth Place:
Boise, Idaho, USA
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The Doors


American actress Christina Fulton has appeared in films like “The Doors” (1991), “Dracula” (1992), “Gunfight at Red Dog Corral” (1993), “Dangerous Game” (1993), “The Upstairs Neighbour” (1994), “Hard Drive” (1994), “The Girl with the Hungry Eyes” (1995), “Lucinda's Spell” (1998), “Snake Eyes” (1998) and “Enemies of Laughter” (2000).

Fulton has one son, Weston Cage, with former companion actor Nicolas Cage. Her son is lead singer of the black metal band Eyes of Noctum. He also appeared in Cage's film, “Lord of War” (2005), as Vladimir.

Cage's Ex

Childhood and Family:

Christina Fulton was born on June 26, 1967, in Boise, Idaho.

In 1988, Christina started dating actor Nicolas Cage (born January 7, 1964). She gave birth to the couple's son, Weston Cage, on December 26, 1990. The couple have since split up.

Lucinda's Spell


Christina Fulton made her feature acting debut in “The Doors” (1991), a biopic about the 1960s-1970s rock band of the same name that focuses on the life of its lead singer, Jim Morrison, directed by Oliver Stone and starring Val Kilmer as Morrison. There she portrayed the singer Nico. In the following year, Fulton had an uncredited part as vampire girl in the box office hit film “Dracula,” which was directed and co-produced by Nicolas Cage's uncle, Francis Ford Coppola, and starred Gary Oldman. Besides, she appeared in an episode of “ Red Shoe Diaries” called “ Another Woman's Lipstick” (1992). She would return to the series in a 1994 episode called “Luscious Lola.”

In 1993, Fulton starred in the independent film “Gunfight at Red Dog Corral,” directed by Cage's brother, Christopher Coppola. The same year, she also had roles in the Abel Ferrara film “Dangerous Game,” starring Harvey Keitel, Madonna and James Russo, and the direct to video “Red Shoe Diaries 3: Another Woman's Lipstick.”

Fulton starred along with Rustam Branaman and Tom Bresnahan in “The Upstairs Neighbour” (1994), a comedy/drama film directed and written by James Merendino, portrayed Dana/Delilah in Merendino's thriller movie, “Hard Drive” (1994), opposite Edward Albert, Robin Joi Brown and Jane Damian, and worked with Lysette Anthony, Anthony John Denison and Corbin Bernsen in the thriller film “A Brilliant Disguise” (1994), directed and written by Nick Vallelonga. In 1995, she starred as Louise in the Jon Jacobs directed horror film “The Girl with the Hungry Eyes,” to which she also contributed story and dialogue.

After appearing in Beeaje Quick's comedy, “Real Stories of the Donut Men” (1997), starring Corbin Timbrook, Anna Bocci and G. Larry Butler, Fulton was cast as Lucinda in the fantasy film “Lucinda's Spell” (1998), directed and written by Jon Jacobs. The same year, she also landed a small role as Roundgirl in Brian De Palma's “Snake Eyes,” starring Nicolas Cage, Gary Sinise and John Heard.

In 2000, Fulton played the supporting of Regina in “Enemies of Laughter,” a comedy film directed by Joey Travolta, written by Glen Merzer and starring David Paymer, Judge Reinhold and Rosalind Chao. It marked her last film appearance to date.


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