Mini Bio (1)
Christopher was born in Toronto, Canada, and began acting at the age of eight. He's starred in many commercials and movies including playing Tiny Tim in a remake of "A Christmas Carol" starring Henry Winkler. At age 15 he began filming the CBC/Disney Channel television series "Danger Bay," which ran for six years as Disney Channel's No. 1 show and aired in 80 countries. In his twenties, Christopher moved to Los Angeles where he continued to act in television and movies. He also had a recurring role on the hit series "Life Goes On" and starred in the Showtime movie series "Rebel Highway." Christopher has starred in the films "The Last Mailman," "Three's a Crowd," and "Lights Camera YouTube". Most recently Christopher has starred in movies such as "AxeMan 2" and "Neva~Eh" both to-be-released in 2015, as well as a national TruBiotics commercial set to air later that year. In the spring of 2015 Christopher appeared on "Entertainment Tonight" in a special reunion segment about "Danger Bay." Christopher and co-star Ocean Hellman along with creator Paul Saltzman are in development on "The New Danger Bay" for which they will both co-produce and star. In addition to acting, Christopher was a highly ranked junior tennis player, turning pro at age 16 and collecting wins over such No. 1 players as Jim Courier and Michael Chang. He continues to teach tennis in Los Angeles where his client list includes George Clooney, Alec Baldwin and Kevin Kline. He also tutored Robert Downey Jr. in the sport for his Oscar-nominated turn in the film "Chaplin," for which Christopher also served as tennis coordinator.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Josh Reef