Chris is originally from North Carolina, where he received an education degree in Theater. He first came to Orlando in 2005, working at the Orlando Shakespeare theatre, where he’d finish his 5th play in his debut season. You could find him under the stars, doing an Orson Welles adaptation of Julius Caesar at the iconic downtown Amphitheater at Lake Eola. His next move would take him on a life changing journey playing the lead role of Martin Luther King Jr. in a USA tour before he would go on to switch hats again as a Barbadian accented immigrant in the critically acclaimed Lynn Nottage period piece Intimate Apparel as George Armstrong (Barksdale theater, Richmond VA). Then heading back to Central Florida to be featured in practically every medium, from the stage, to small and big screens, both nationally and internationally. His many credits range from hosting shows, acting in commercials, episodic television, feature films, industrials and guest staring in films like the Nora Roberts Adaptation of Midnight Bayou, along side Jerry O’Connell and Faye Dunaway. During his downtime you may still find him working in a Galaxy Far, Far Away for the Light or Dark side at Hollywood Studios, if not mentoring children around central Florida schools as well as the boys and girls club.