Christopher Moyer (Talent)

Grass Valley, CA
Age: 41
Gender: Male
Ethnicity: White / Caucasian
Height: 6' 0''
Weight: 230 lbs
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Blue

Types of Work Preferred:

Acting, Modeling, Reality TV, Promo / Events, Theater, Band Gigs, Dancing, Voice-Over, Singing

Additional Information:

My name is Christopher Moyer. The first play I ever acted in was in high school, called Babes in Arms, where I played the comedic character "Gus". It was a musical. Since that time, I have been in a number of community plays in my town, Grass Valley, where I have performed at Center for the Arts and the Nevada Theater. I played the role of Jacey Squires in a local outdoor production of the Music Man, where I sang barbershop with 3 other gentlemen, and played one of the characters on the school board. I also played Motel Kamzoil in the Fiddler on the Roof, a poor tailor who falls in love with Tevye's oldest daughter, Tzeitel. In that production, I sang the solo, "Wonder of Wonders, Miracle of Miracles." My first lead role was as El Gallo in the Fantasticks, (which is the longest running show on Broadway), where I performed such songs as "Try to Remember," "It Depends on What You Pay," and "Rape." If casting directors are interested in watching my stage performance, they can click on the link to my You Tube video "The Fantasticks" which is included in my profile. I also played the part of Lance Corporal Harold W. Dawson in the production of "A Few Good Men.", adapted by Aaron Sorkin, where I carried out the "code red" on a fellow marine who was holding back his platoon, and went to trial over murder charges. The last production I acted in was the "Dastardly Doings of Professor Whim" which was written and directed by a local playright. I have also included links to both "A few good men" and "Dastardly Doings" in my portfolio. I was the piano accompanist in a jazz trio for a show called the "Red Hot Mamas and Sultry Ladies", where various women from the community performed songs from the classic era of Jazz, songs such as "Lullaby of Birdland," "Cry Me a River," and "Love for Sale." In 2004 I was in a Broadway Review show at Sierra College in Rocklin, California. I performed two songs in the show, including "One Night in Bangkok." In addition to performing in the show, I also created the MIDI arrangement to accompany the show. In 2009-2010, I spent quite a bit of time performing classic jazz standards for nursing homes and retirement homes around the Sacramento Area. The elderly folks loved it, because these were songs they remembered from their youth.
I have been singing and playing piano since I was 7, was a member of All-State Choir in Anchorage in Highschool, and received a $1000 scholarship for music composition from Whitworth University, where I received my B.A. in Music in 1998, with a minor in religious studies. I currently teach piano lessons at the Children's Music Ministry at my church, Salvation Army in Grass Valley, California. I enjoy tennis, ping pong, drawing, reading books about Religion and Spirituality, playing Video Games on my PS3, creating videos on You Tube about my life struggles including faith and spirituality, watching YouTube videos about God, miracles, science, computer technology, Transhumanism, Futurism, and many other subjects that are of interest to me.
Thank you for considering me for your film production, and I hope you get a chance to check out my videos. Thank you very much.
Christopher David Moyer

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