Chris was born in Carrickfergus but now lives in London. He trained at Bretton Hall.
Lyric Theatre credits include: Brendan at the Chelsea, Forget Turkey, PlayRights (24hr Play project); Group (Lyric, Belfast/Edinburgh Festival).
Theatre credits include: Over the Bridge (Finborough); Carthaginians (Irish tour dir by Adrian Dunbar); A Comedy Of Errors (Theatre at the Mill/ UTC); Pvt Wars (Grand Opera House/ Pintsized); Miniaturists (Arcola Theatre); Service (Nilon/ Theatre 503); The Gathering (Theatre Abandon); Diary of a Madman / The Old 100 (Concert version at Theatre Royal Drury Lane); A Bunch of Bees (Arcola Theatre); One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (Rawlife); The Maids (C21/ Belfast Festival); Have a Nice Life (Pleasance, London); The Clandestine Marriage; Hush (Mill Studios); We All Fall Down (Replay Productions); Time Quest; Robin Hood (Waterfront); James Young (Group Theatre and Irish tour); Murder In The Cathedral (Ulster Theatre Company); Jump!, Young Man with the Cream Tarts (Sneaky Productions); Loot (OMAC).
TV and Film credits include: Regional Variations (Sitcom Pilot); The Boys From County Hell (Chris Baugh/ NI Screen); Breakfast on Pluto (Sony Pictures); Call of the Dragon (Westminster Films); The Machine (British Film School); Snooze (Make Films); Pretty Face (dir: Fintan Brady); Wee 3 Cranes (Stirling Productions); The Day Mountbatten Died (Blakeway/BBC); Teethgrinder (BBC); I Am Who I Am (Lee Ryan Music Video) and A Touch of Frost (Yorkshire).
Radio credits include: How to Cope (BBC Radio Ulster); Romantics and Revolutionaries (Radio 4); and two series of Don't Make Me Laugh (BBC Radio Ulster).