Chris first appeared on stage in Bournemouth, Dorset at age five. He made his West End debut in 2010 at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane where he played Charlie Bates in Cameron Mackintosh’s Oliver the Musical.
Chris was also a member of the English National Ballet Youth Company and performed with them at various venues around London including supporting the main ENB Company on stage in their Tribute to Nureyev at the London Coliseum in 2013. In 2014, Chris was asked to dance with Quicksilver – the youth company of Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance – at the Commonwealth Games Youth Dance Festival in Glasgow.
Over the years, Chris has attended numerous master classes and intensives with leading industry professionals including, Tomislav English, Hofesh Schecter Company, SEAD Movementors, Anna Watkins, Kerry Nicholls, Akram Khan Company, and feels privileged to have worked with James Cousins, Nicky Ellis, Layla Ellison, Chris Tudor and Phoenix Dance Theatre. Chris graduated in July 2016 with a Trinity National Diploma in Professional Dance from Tring Park School for the Performing Arts, where he was granted a DaDA to attend.
Alongside working with Chrysalis London, Chris is studying for a BA (Hons) degree in Professional Practice at Middlesex University. Chris is very excited to be working with Jodie and continuing his career with Chrysalis London.