With razor sharp focus and fierce tenacity, Chris has played various roles on stage from Stanley Kowalski in Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire to Cpl. Dawson in Aaron Sorkin’ s A Few Good Men To the Dauphin Charles VII in George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan.

Recently, he played Max Arthur in The Lena Baker Story starring alongside Tachina Arnold and Michael Rooker. Chris also had the re-occurring role of Brad on the first original television series for BET Somebodies, as well as being a series regular for the Cartoon Network Superdeluxe sketch comedy series Fark TV.

A true chameleon, Chris has not only acted in well over eighty film and television programs, he also has multiple credits as a Co-Writer, Assistant Director, and Producer. In 2006 Chris had the distinct pleasure of having not one, but three projects at Park City during the Sundance Film Festival.

His latest film projects include a lead role in Kely McClung’s action film Kerberos as well as a lead role as Jay in Reel One Entertainment’s Battle.

Special Skills and Interests

Trained Stage Combatant (Unarmed, Quarterstaff, Rapier & Dagger), Rappelling, Inline Skating, Expert Blackjack Dealer, Bicycling, Motorcycling, Gun Firing and Handling, Carpentry, Electronics, Lighting Design, Painting (Watercolor, Acrylic, Pastel, Graphite), Limited Stunt Training(Harness Pulls, High Falls, Squib Work)