Chris Brick is a New York based actor. A native Long Islander (pronounced Lowng Guylander), he took up an interest in theater after seeing his first Broadway show, Annie, at an early age. After his parents signed him up for a summer camp that focused on Musical Theatre, he was hooked.
Chris went on to study at Pace University in New York City. During his first week of classes, he received a call saying that he would be joining the cast of a new play, Judy and Me, off-Broadway as the standby for the lead role. However, during the rehearsal process, Chris was asked to step in and resume the title role of Anthony, which he originated and opened in October 2008 at the St. Luke’s Theater.
After the final performance in December, Chris resumed being a full time student at Pace, where he was fortunate enough to work on numerous projects including The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Chip) directed by John Carrafa, Cabaret (Emcee) directed by Bob Cline, bare: a pop opera (Howie), and She Loves Me (Arpad).
During his last semester of school, Chris joined the cast of the national tour of Seussical directed by Tony-nominee Marcia Milgrom Dodge, where he toured the country in the role of JoJo. Luckily,he was able to graduate on time that same year and received a BFA in Musical Theater and a minor in Dance from Pace University in 2011. To this day, he is grateful for online classes and free WiFi across the country!
Regional credits include: Barnaby in Hello, Dolly! at the Maltz Jupiter Theater starring Gary Beach and Vicki Lewis under the direction of Marcia Milgrom Dodge, Chautauqua! at the Public Theater directed by John Carrafa, The Will Rogers Follies at Gateway Playhouse. Workshops/Readings include: Nibs in Darling, directed by Ryan Scott Oliver and Marty McFly in a musical adaptation of Back to the Future.
Chris is an avid supporter of Netflix, enjoys writing and is a certified New York Real Estate Salesperson (for real!)