Christopher Warren with Brook Kerr

Christopher Warren with his long time girl friend Brook Kerr

Christopher Warren plays Neal Gaines on Journeyman.


Christopher was born in Indianapolis to Bruce & MaDonna Warren. His father was a jack of trades, a singer/musician, prof boxer, prof Drag racer, Ranked Table Tennis player & master Mechanic. Christopher's mom was a Nurse & Pharmacy Tech Perhaps, he inherited his father's traits - he enjoyed singing and playing table tennis and was also a good football player. He sang with the Lion King Choir in Dallas (2002 tour) and won many trophies in table tennis tournaments. He is also a passionate football player and played football for six years, even playing in the Junior Super bowl in Daytona Florida. He gave up his dream of reaching the National Football League due to "controversy and family struggles." According to his personal site, "his first stage performance was a scene from "Purple Rain" where he played the character "Morris E. Day" in the hilarious scene with Jerome Benton where they discuss the password being "what." After hearing the laughter from his classmates and teacher and feeling the energy of the stage Christopher knew he was destined to perform. The following year he attended Warren Central High school and booked the lead in the school play


  • Lincoln Heights (2007)
  • Journeyman (2007)
  • American Blend (2006)
  • American Dreams (2005)
  • Strange Fruit (2004)
  • The Beast (2001)
  • ER (2000)
  • Shoe Shine Boys (2000)
  • Working (199)
  • On Common Ground (1999)
  • The Pretender (1998)
  • Moesha (1996)

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