Christa DeAngelo was born in Tamaqua, PA, and grew up playing a lot of sports. While in high school, she scored over 1,000 points and is still on her school's All Time High Scorer's List. She then moved to New York to attend St. Francis College in Brooklyn and then Alvernia College in Reading, PA. DeAngelo later joined the army on a whim and worked as an administrative assistant. She was selected to play on the All-Army Basketball Team and traveled the country playing college, professional and other armed forces teams. While stationed in Hawaii, she had her daughter, Iris, and completed her military service. She then received her bachelor degree in social psychology from Park University, MO and did some graduate work at Seton Hall. She hopes to get a Ph. D. in cultural anthropology. After her divorce, DeAngelo lost 70 pounds by jumping rope for up to four hours a day. She won the title of Miss Hawaiian Tropic 2005. She enjoys working out, basketball and hiking, and describes herself as engaging, hilarious and self-centered. She has been a featured extra on "The Sopranos," "The Knights of Prosperity" and a new film titled "The Tourist."
DeAngelo currently resides in a small farmhouse in Tamaqua, PA, with her five-year-old daughter, Iris.
Her birth date is July 18, 1977.