Joanna Going stars in "Kingdom" on DirecTV's Audience Network as Christina Kulina, Alvey's estranged wife, and mother to Jay and Nate.

Joanna Going recently played resolute First Lady Tricia Walker in the second season of Netflix's Emmy-winning drama series, "House of Cards." She also played swinging soap opera diva Arlene in the sixth season of AMC's "Mad Men" and was a recurring character on Robert Rodriguez's horror series on El Rey Network, "From Dusk Till Dawn." Other television credits include cult drama "Dark Shadows," the CBS Emmy-nominated miniseries "Children of the Dust" with Sidney Poitier, and the ABC drama "Going to Extremes."

After several years of working in television, Going returned to the big screen in "The Tree of Life." She also stars in Beach Boy Brian Wilson's biography "Love & Mercy," directed by Bill Pohlad, and "The Sphere and the Labyrinth," opposite Bill Sage.

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Age: 53 years old
Birthday: July 22, 1963
Height: 5' 4"
Full Name / Real Name: Joanna C. Going
Birthplace: Washington, DC

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