Actress, Producer and Director Cheryl Hines is a two-time Emmy nominee for her role as Cheryl David on HBO’s Golden Globe Award-winning series “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” the brainchild of “Seinfeld” co-creator Larry David. Cheryl will be returning for Season 9 of “Curb Your Enthusiasm” premiering October 1st. This holiday, Hines can also be seen in the highly anticipated sequel “A Bad Moms Christmas” as Kristen Bell’s mother releasing in theaters November 3rd.
Earlier this year, Cheryl starred on FOX’s hit comedy “SON OF ZORN,” opposite of Jason Sudeikis and Tim Meadows. Hines also appeared in FOX Searchlight/Craig Johnson’s “Wilson” opposite of Woody Harrelson and Laura Dern as “Polly” (Laura Dern’s sister). In 2016, Hines co-starred in the film, “Nine Lives” starring Kevin Spacey, Christopher Walken, directed by Barry Sonnenfeld.
In 2014, Cheryl wrapped a three-season run on the ABC comedy series “Suburgatory,” opposite Jeremy Sisto and Jane Levy. Hine’s additional television projects include starring as Lori in the TV movie “Cuckoo” along with Michael Chiklis. Hines has also recently appeared on Freeform’s “Young & Hungry,” ABC’s “The Middle” and “TripTank.”
Cheryl’s feature film directorial debut, “Serious Moonlight” was released in 2009 through Magnolia Films. The film premiered with critical acclaim at the Tribeca Film Festival. The screenplay was written by the late Adrienne Shelly, who directed Cheryl in the critically acclaimed “Waitress.” The film is a dark comedy centered on the troubled marriage of a high-powered female attorney (played by Meg Ryan) who learns that her husband (Timothy Hutton) is about to leave her for another woman.
Cheryl has also produced and directed several television projects including serving as Executive Producer and creator of the NBC Television Series “School Pride,” a proactive, alternative series that told the stories of communities coming together to renovate their aging and broken public schools. The cameras followed students, teachers and parents as they rolled up their sleeves and rebuilt their own schools, concluding with the unveiling of a brand new, completely transformed school. She also produced the award-winning comedy series “Campus Ladies” for the Oxygen Channel and the Starz Networks original comedy series “Hollywood Residential.”
Cheryl is one of Hollywood’s busiest film actresses with starring roles in a number of critically acclaimed feature films and box office hits including “Christmas Eve,” “Life After Beth,” “Cold Turkey,” “The Ugly Truth,” “RV,” “Waitress,” “The Grand” and “Bart Got A Room.”