Christopher Gooley is an actor who splits his time between NYC & LA. He is currently studying Improv at the Magnet Theatre as well as sketch writing at Upright Citizens Brigade. In addition to performing, Christopher has ties to Broadway shows Ain't Too Proud & Moulin Rouge. He's also actively pursuing work in the theatre community as a Co-Producer.
Originally from Long Island, NY, Chris started acting in community theatre productions and became involved with the Drama Club in High School. He was in the original revival of the musical Starmites directed by Tony Awards® Winner Barry Keating.
Christopher attended the American Musical and Dramatic Academy in NYC. After graduating he spent the next year touring with multiple Shakespeare companies. He continued his studies in a summer program at the Juilliard School, followed by attending Five Towns College where he earned his BFA in Theatre Arts.
Over the next 5 years Christopher performed throughout Central Florida in addition to working at Disney World, Universal Studios and the Nickelodeon Hotel.
Christopher is proud to have received his MA in Educational Theatre from New York University and his MFA in Acting from Long Island University. During his time at NYU he discovered a passion for writing and began developing screenplays. His short film script 'New In Town' was a 2019 semifinalist in the Hollyshorts Screenwriting Competition. His Family Guy TV Spec Script was a finalist in the 2nd Annual Stage 32 Happy Writers Comedy Contest.
Christopher’s theatrical training and comedic improv skills made him a natural fit for voiceover work. He has studied with Bob Bergen, Bruce Kroenberg & Stevie Vallance, where he’s learned how to craft interesting and dynamic characters for animation and commercial projects. You can listen to his voiceover demo here!
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