CHRISTOPHER GARTIN

Christopher Gartin
CHRISTOPHER GARTIN was born in NYC where he went to Riverdale Country School while he began his career in the theater. In NY he played the role of David in Harvey Fierstein's "Torch Song Trilogy," understudied the two sons in George Furth's "Precious Sons," replaced Paul Rudd in Alfred Urhy's "The Last Night of Ballyhoo," and most recently won rave reviews in David Marshall Grant's "Snakebit," which he then brought to Los Angeles in 2001 when it was nominated for a GLAAD award. Also in Los Angeles, he did "Winter Shorts" with Naked Angels, Allen Bowne's "Snake In The Vein" and directed a production of "Sexual Perversity in Chicago" starring Noah Wyle.

His movie credits include "Matters of the Heart" opposite Jane Seymour, "The Story Lady" with Jessica Tandy, Scott Silver's "John's," "How to Make The Cruelest Month" and "Tremors 2." His television credits include numerous pilots as well as starring in the series "Buddies" with Dave Chapelle and "Mantis" with Roger Rees. He has also done numerous guest star appearances, including "Law and Order,"  "Party of Five,"  "Melrose Place,"  "Queens Supreme," and most recently "Boomtown" and "NYPD Blue." He recently completed a one hour pilot for Fox called "Splitsville."


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