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A Video Chat with Christopher Chisholm:
Actor, Producer, Writer, & Director

A Video Chat with Christopher Chisholm:Actor, Producer, Writer, & Director



Introduction to Christopher Chisholm:  1:44 min.  Image:  Raymond Elman.  Music: Carmen Cicero.


Christopher Chisholm is a classically trained, award-winning actor, producer, writer and director who has spent his career in the theatre, television and film. Chisholm has scores of credits ranging from the New York stage to Hollywood sound-stages and regional and repertory theaters around the globe. After studying drama at the University of Miami and in London, Chisholm spent his first years acting, directing and producing in theater and TV in New York. In Los Angeles, Chisholm was on the original launch team of the Movietime Channel, now E! Entertainment Television, where he wrote, directed and produced hundreds of hours of original programming for the network. Chisholm then went on to create numerous television and film projects as well as new media ventures. Always involved in the theater, his favorite roles include Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof, Big Daddy in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Psuedolus in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, Nick Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Dogberry in Much Ado About Nothing, Tony Lumpkin in She Stoops to Conquer. Film roles include Wraith, Fever Pitch, Corrina, Corrina, Welcome Stranger, The Perfect Nanny, The Landlady, and Girth of a Nation. Television credits include Ned and Stacey, Beverly Hills 90210, Matlock, Unsolved Mysteries, and Strange Universe. He was a host for E! Entertainment Television, covering Hollywood news, events and hosting E!’s live coverage of the Oscars, Emmy’s, Grammy’s and Golden Globes.  Chisholm regularly performs at the GableStage at the Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida, and the Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater on Cape Cod.

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When did you start feeling passionate about theater?


SERENDIPITY:   3:49 min.

Talk about the arc of your career.



What brought you back to Miami?


OPEN TO CHANGE:  1:53 min.

Describe the theater scene in Miami.



What is your advice to people entering a career in the arts?



At this point in your career, what are your criteria for taking on a new project?



Describe a challenging situation with a successful outcome.