Christine Baranski
Christine Baranski
as White

Actor Biography

Christine Baranski voices White, Petey's mother. She's a magazine editor, a Manhattan society woman and a terrifying perfectionist who's never eaten, tasted or seen ketchup in Freeform's new animated comedy "Praise Petey."

One of the entertainment industry's most honored actresses, Baranski is an Emmy®, two-time Tony®, Screen Actors Guild, Drama Desk and American Comedy Award winner.

Baranski can be seen starring as Agnes Van Rhijn in the HBO series "The Gilded Age" from "Downton Abbey" creator Julian Fellowes. For her performance as Diane Lockhart on the CBS series "The Good Wife," Baranski received six Emmy nominations and two Critics' Choice Television Award nominations. She then starred as the beloved character in the critically acclaimed spinoff, "The Good Fight," which earned her four Critics' Choice Television Award nominations, a Golden Globe nomination and a TCA Award nomination.

Other memorable roles on screen include "Mamma Mia!," "Cybill," "How the Grinch Stole Christmas," "The Big Bang Theory," "Frasier," "Bowfinger," "Cruel Intentions," "The Birdcage," "Into the Woods," "Chicago" and many more.

Baranski's illustrious on-stage career includes performances in "The Real Thing," "Rumors," "Hurlyburly," "Boeing-Boeing" and "The House of Blue Leaves," to name a few.

Baranski received an honorary doctorate from Juilliard and, in 2018, was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame.