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            Christopher Stadulis


            Christopher Stadulis was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He was a former NY State Trooper only to leave to become a NYC Firefighter, which has enabled him to pursue his acting career. He has studied the martial art of Taekwon-Do for 20 years and has competed and won in over 40 tournaments around the country. He donated his bone marrow to save the life of 1-year-old suffering with Leukemia. The child is living back at home with his parents and doing well. He was also a big brother to a youngster whose father passed away on 9/11. The father happened to be a NYC Firefighter.

            Christopher has had a great deal of success in such a short period. In his latest roles he worked opposite Tom Cruise in "Jack Reacher", opposite Matthew Fox in "Alex Cross," a second Co-Star role on "Law & Order: SVU, one being a scene opposite, Christopher Meloni and Marishka Hargitay, a 2 day Co-Star role on "Gossip Girl," and a Co-star opposite Matthew Bomer and Judith Ivey on "White collar." He also worked with Tony Scott in "Unstoppable", Guillermo on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and with Patrick J. Adams on the new USA Network TV series "Suits."

            He's also had the pleasure of working with Alec Baldwin & Jennifer Aniston on the hit comedy show, "30 Rock", and worked with Ted Danson, Zack Galifianakis and Jason Schwartzman on the HBO comedy, "Bored To Death."

            Christopher's also dived into the writing aspect and was fortunate enough to have his pitch video for his feature, "Burning Down," make the top 10 in Canon's National Pitch Competition.

            He appeared on 6 morning talk shows to promote the FDNY calendar in which he appeared in, and had a Principal role as a NYC Firefighter in a PSA with Harrison Ford.

            Christopher believes in creating his BIG break, not waiting for it. He loves the art of story telling and has said, "To be able to take an audience on your journey and have emotions come from them, whether they cheer for you, dislike you, they're happy or sad, is a very powerful feeling. If I've done that correctly, then I've done my job."

            Christopher is steadily climbing the industry ladder. He has studied with Katherine Sergava and Ruth Berkowitz at HB Studio in NYC and today, continues to study with Mary T. Boyer at MTB Studio.

            He won Best Supporting Actor for his role in "Transition" at the 6th NYC Downtown Film Festival.