Chris' film and TV reel! Edited by Dylan Brown

Chris is an actor for stage and film, as well as a singer, musician, and voice-over artist. Now working in the Pittsburgh area, Chris appeared with the Musical Theatre Artists of Pittsburgh (MTAP) in their First Look Reading for the brand new musical Complete. He also performed in the Young Playwrights Festival (YPF) with City Theatre, in Tarzan with the Pittsburgh Musical Theatre, and as Lucius Andronicus in Titus Andronicus with Cup-a-Jo Productions. You can look forward to seeing Chris perform in Grey Gardens this summer with Front Porch Theatricals

In NYC, Chris worked closely with This is Not a Theatre Company, performing in Readymade Cabaret, Versailles 2015and 2017's Pool Play 2.0 (check out our New York Times review!), all of which were written by Charles Mee and Jessie Bear, and directed by Erin Mee. Chris also performed in the debut of the new musical Gilgamesh: A Musical Epic with music and lyrics by Ian Wehrle, book, lyrics, and direction by Peter Petkovsek. Chris Made his NYC Fringe debut in Samsun Knight's Vanishing Point in 2015. Chris also starred in the New York debut of Roast by Amanda Keating, and directed by Emma Weinstein. 

Regionally, Chris played JD in Heathers: The Musical with The Ringwald Theatre outside Detroit; Henry in Next to Normal with the Senior Repertory Company of Ohio, and spent a summer with Weathervane Playhouse as Warner in Legally Blonde as well as various roles in the ensemble of Singin' in the Rain and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Chris also played Rosaline in Hudson Shakespeare Company's gender-swapped Love's Labour's Lost, as well as the title role in Arden of Faversham.

On screen, Chris starred in the feature length horror film Deliria (2013), as well as the shorts Inked Lines (2014), Breath (2016), and an upcoming short The Remnant (TBA). Chris also played opposite Dominican comedian Juan Bago in the Ask Bago webseries (2015). Chris will also be appearing in the upcoming web series Love Short City (TBA).

He is a graduate of Denison University, where he received the David Rounds Theatre Prize for his undergrad work in theatre, and is a proud alumnus of the National Theatre Institute at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre Center.

When Chris isn't performing, he is climbing around on roofs for Spectrum Infrared Services, or barely concealing being a huge nerd. 

Chris is represented by Docherty Talent Agency, he is also an (AEA) Equity Membership Candidate.

Download my resume here!