CHRISTOPHER KELLY is a New York-based actor best known for his performances in Tony Award-winning theaters across the United States and recurring roles on television. He recently was a guest star on season 8 of NBC's The Blacklist, appeared in season 2 of HBO's Succession, and had a recurring role as young Dr. Steven Meyer in Hulu's final season of The Path.
On film, he recently completed work with Sir Ben Kingsley, Jane Curtin, and Harriet Harris on the upcoming Marc Turtletaub film, Jules. Christopher has worked with Johnny Cash, Jane Seymour, Orson Bean, Matthew MacFadyen, and Hugh Dancy, among others. His film and television credits also include a recurring role on the CBS hit, Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, Damages (FX), and a featured role in Brothers of the Borderland, narrated by Oprah Winfrey, directed by Julie Dash, for the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center.
On stage, his leading roles include Prince Hal in Henry IV parts 1 & 2 at the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., titular roles in Pericles at California Shakespeare, An Inspector Calls, Amadeus, The Cripple of Inishmaan, and the world premiere of Pierre at the Denver Center Theatre Company.
He has developed and originated roles in several world premiere productions, including Grace, or the Art of Climbing, The Yellow Leaf, Great Wall Story, The Center of Gravity, and, most recently, Lyle Kessler's House on Fire. He has also been featured in such stage classics as Born Yesterday, Noises Off, and The Glass Menagerie.
Christopher has received multiple award nominations, including for his performances as Dr. Givings in Sarah Ruhl's In the Next Room, and as Ishmael in the Drama-Desk nominated Moby Dick, among others. He received his MFA from NYU's Graduate Acting Program.