Christopher is an L.A. based writer whose essays can be found on the Huffington Post, Nerve, and McSweeney's Internet Tendency.


He interned with television great David Milch and has worked on numerous television projects both in front of and behind the camera. He studied acting under Sanford Meisner, with Jeffrey Tambor, and at the Royal Academy in London. 


His short play "New American Parents" was recently produced by Tiny Rhino Productions and featured at "Play - Collaborative Arts Venue" in L.A.'s downtown art's district.  His new project, a one man show about Brian Epstein, the original manager of The Beatles is currently being workshopped in cooperation with The Actor's Studio Los Angeles. 


Christopher apprenticed with Cole Kazdin and has performed his stories at The Moth, Tasty Words w/ Wendy Hammers, Tattle Tales, Tell It! and Story Worthy.


He produced the popular storytelling event, "Bada Bing Bada Boom - true stories told for cash" from 2015-2018.


He's been featured for his storytelling in LA Weekly, All The Wiser Podcast, Story Worthy Podcast, Alternative Styles, WeHo News, and LGBTQ Stories podcast.

He created and facilitates a comprehensive storytelling program offered to inmates at the Men's Central Jail in Los Angeles and serves on the LA Sheriff's Dept. LGBTQ+ Advisory Council.


He offers private coaching for seasoned and aspiring writers.  For more information or to book a private session with Chris, click here


Christopher is a two-time Moth Story Slam winner.


He lives in Beverly Hills with his husband and family.


"Beatle Mania"

Performed at The Moth Grandslam, Los Angeles