November 7, 1992
Student, Actor, Athlete
J. Pervis Talent
|Endurance: Tehachapi, 6th place|
"I'm not going to be just Chris; I'm going to be the amazing Chris."
The youngest player on Endurance, Chris vows he will crush the 13-, 14- and 15-year-olds! This über-jock plays first-string football — and scores touchdowns in every game. He also plays first-string basketball and baseball. He’ll miss his mp3 music player, but he’s had cell phone and TV privileges taken away by his parents before so he should be able to adapt to the rustic life. Chris describes himself as “shrewd, strategic, yet calm under pressure” and should prove a fierce competitor on Endurance.
Chris was one of the 14 contestants that survived the Right to Stay. In the Partner Selection, despite being the youngest of the contestants, had enough strength to win the challenge, and chose Callie to be on the Yellow Team with him. He then chooses the teams according to plan, except for the Purple Team, in which Daniela was partnered with Jonathan. Initially, he didn't want to choose the teams according to what everyone had agreed upon, because he wanted to win. Since everyone would get what they want, he would be targeted instead.
- "I'm not going to be just Chris; I'm going to be the amazing Chris."
After graduating from Westlake High School in 2010, Chris was recruited by Duke University.
Christopher has established himself as an actor. He has appeared in various TV shows and TV movies like, Meet the Browns, Field Of Visions, and Avalon High.
Chris was cast as Lance in the Disney Channel Original Movie, Avalon High. Avalon High follows Allie Pennington, a new girl that transfers to Avalon High quickly find out that her the new friends and classmates are reincarnations of King Arthur and his Court. Lance is the star wide receiver of the football team and popular kid in town. Lance has been best friends with Will, the team captain and Quarterback of the football team and Will's girlfriend Jen who’s a cheerleader. Everything sounds perfect until Lance falls in love with Jen.
- Chris, along with Trevor Wilkins from Endurance, were the youngest contestants to ever be on Endurance, both being 12 years old in their respective seasons. Both survived the Right to Stay.
- His role in the partner selection mirrors that of Max DeLeo's from Endurance.
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