Daily Bugle reporter
Place of Birth
Trained in the field of investigative journalism.
Christine Everhart worked for the Daily Bugle
as an investigative reporter. She was part part of the Washington D.C. press who attended the press
conference held by Tony Stark (aka Iron Man) to formally announce his candidacy for U.S. Secretary of Defense. As part of Everhart's job, she provided the
Daily Bugle with that news coverage. In attendance with Stark were Stu Conrad (from the Pentagon's acquisitions department) and Artemus Pithins (U.S. President's press
secretary). Towards the end of the conference, Christine stepped forward with a question for Tony Stark. Tony stopped and agreed to answer her question as he complimented her for having a
beautiful name. Based on his announcement, Everhart asked boldy if he had been "hit on the head
one too many times by the Mandarin?" Quickly, Conrad and Pithins pulled Tony away to avoid the question. (To learn about the above place and/or characters, just click on their highlighted names.)
Later on, Christine appeared on "Morning USA" in which she commented about the footage from a senate hearing
held years ago by Senator Harrington Byrd to determine the identity of
Iron Man. At the time, Tony was trying to conceal his identify from the public; however, Everhart voiced her skepticism of Stark because of the lies
he had told over the years. In addition to that, Christine had also been to visit Senator Byrd and
prepared an interview with him on the subject matter. (Christine on Morning USA is shown in the fourth picture posted above.)
There is nothing there, but here is the link to Christine Everhart's bio on Marvel.com, http://marvel.com/universe/Everhart,_Christine.
Christine Everhart appeared in both the Iron Man and Iron Man 2 films. However, instead of working for the Daily Bugle, Everhart was employed by the magazine Vanity Fair.