Christopher Hoffman began acting at age 10 in his hometown of Evanston, Illinois with the role of Will Stanton in an adaptation of Susan Cooper's "The Dark is Rising". He continued acting through high school and college, earning a BFA from USC before making the move to NYC. After a two-year internship at The Public Theatre, Christopher produced and acted in dozens of off-Broadway plays including playing 17 different roles in Gia Forakis's award winning "Solo Allegro Cappuccino" as well as his favorite role to date - Bobby Sands in "Awaiting the Lark". After returning to LA, Christopher has pursued a TV and film career while working at The Skylight Theatre Company as Production Stage Manager. His credits included recurring work in David Milch's "Luck", Jeffrey Bouchard on "Better Off Ted" and as the casually racist white guy on "Everybody Hates Chris".