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Chris Fonseca (I)

Chris Fonseca is an actor, known for Christopher Reeve: A Celebration of Hope (1998), Look Who's Laughing (1994) and Loco Slam (1994). See full bio »

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Known For

Look Who's Laughing
(1994)
Loco Slam
Loco Slam Himself (1994)
(1994)
Inside Joke
Inside Joke Himself
(2004)

Filmography

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 1996 Latino Laugh Festival (TV Movie)
 1996 Baywatch (TV Series)
Jess Fortuna
- Lost and Found (1996) ... Jess Fortuna
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 2011 They Put It Out There (TV Movie) (acknowledgment)
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 2007 CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival (TV Series)
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- Best Medicine (2007) ... Himself
 2004 Inside Joke (TV Series)
Himself
 1998 Christopher Reeve: A Celebration of Hope (TV Movie documentary)
Himself
 1994 Look Who's Laughing (TV Movie)
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 1994 Loco Slam (TV Series)
Himself (1994)
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Personal Details

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1 Interview | 1 Article | 1 Pictorial | See more »

Alternate Names:

Chris 'Crazy Legs' Fonseca
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Personal Quote:

I wanted to touch on the name of the march, Million Gimp March, because it's been a point of contention. When I reached out, media wasn't giving me support. The word 'gimp' really strikes a nerve. I understand where they're coming from, because of all the political correctness and so forth, but the organizers specifically chose the word 'gimp' with the idea of taking the power out of the word.

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