Chris Kerson [DOB: 1975] is an American actor in movies, television, and theatre. He is best known for his roles in True Detective as Nails and in Gotti as Wilfred “Willie Boy” Johnson. Chris’s upcoming film Last Call 2021.
Chris Kerson Biography And Wiki
Chris’s full name is Christopher Buckley Kerson and Nick’s name is Shyam. Kerson was the birthplace of New York City, USA. Chris lived between Manhattan and Westchester during his childhood.
He attended William and Mary’s College, where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. He came into an acting class during his studies, to please an elective artist. He discovered a passion for the medium that his career would become.
He started regular rotations between New York City and Los Angeles for work shortly after graduation and continued to improve his art. Her father, mother’s name is unknown.
He is a lookout guy who is known for his sweet smile. His expensive garments seem very trendy. He also does gymnastics and has a lean muscular frame.
Chris Age, Height, Weight & More
Chris Kerson age 48 years old. He is height 6′ (1.83 m), and Weight 78 kg. Hair color black, Eye color light brown.
Chris Biography & Wiki
|Stage Name||Chris Kerson|
|Age||48 years old|
|Birthplace||New York City|
|Hometown||New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Parents||Will Update (Father)|
|Will Update (Mother)|
|Sibling(s)||Will Update (Sister)|
|Will Update (Brother )|
|Education & Qualification|
Chris Kerson Chris Career
The filmography of Kerson started with a role in the freshman feature of Paul Duran, Flesh Suitcase, which premiered at 1995’s World Fest Houston.
The NYU filmmaker and Martin Scorsese Scholarship recipient, Thomas Kim, who called Scorsese the best short film of the year, led him in The Journey.
In 2010, Kerson found critical and viewer success as the lead in the Cost of a Soul element of Sean Kirkpatrick’s Big Break Movie Contest.
The gritty drama, featuring a war soldier returning to brutality on Philadelphia’s streets, debuted in 50 national theaters and screened at various festivals.
In Broadway’s Finest, which won the Audience Award for Best Film at the 2012 Long Island International Film Expo, Kerson played a supporting role.
Before working alongside Lance Henriksen in the cult sci-fi Daylight’s End, he followed the success as a co-star in Another Zero in the Method.
Kerson won several awards in the 2019 suspense short Rendezvous for his co-starring role. In the 2020 comedy, Crabs in a Bucket, he played Paddy (son of Bruce Dern’s character).
In Equal Quality, a 2020 NYPD action and crime thriller starring and executive-produced by Ice-T, Chris plays a leadership role as Detective Kevin McKenzie.
“In the “Takedown” episode of Pacific Blue’s first season, Kerson’s television work began with a supporting role as Buck. In 2010, in the College episode (season 5, episode 6) of 30 Rock, he nabbed an uncredited role as the Cool Camera Man.
Next, Kerson played Gunnar in the 15th season of the hit show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, in the Merchants of Menace episode.
In 2015, as the recurring character Nails in the HBO hit True Detective, Kerson landed his breakout role. As the survivor of a nail gun assault, Nails is named for the wounds he wears.
In a number of theater roles, Kerson has performed off-Broadway. Early billings include the play The Nest by Franz Xaver Kroetz and Hurry by Stephan Morrow, which saw a sold-out Blue Heron Art Center presentation.
In the New York premiere of Tennessee Williams’ rediscovered play, These Are the Stairs You Got to Watch, he played Carl the Usher. Kerson also appeared alongside theater icon Rose Gregorio in Mario Fratti’s Missionaries.
Chris Kerson Net Worth
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Chris Net Worth Analysis According to Wikipedia, Forbes & Various Online Sites. Chris’s net worth is $5 – $30 million (Approx).
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Chris Kerson Resume & Filmography
|True Detective||series regular||HBO|
|CSI – Merchant of Menace||guest star||CBS|
|Pacific Blue||guest-star/lead||Dir. Terence O’Hara / USA|
|Equal Standard||lead||dir. Brendan Kyle Cochrane / wri. Taheim Bryan|
|Crabs In a Bucket||lead||dir. Paolo Pilladi / wri. Greg Lingo, Paolo Pilladi|
|Gotti||lead||dir. Kevin Connelly|
|Rendezvous||lead||dir. Damian Veilleux/ wri. Seth Kozak|
|Daylight’s End||lead||dir. William Kaufman/ wri. Chad Law|
|Cost of a Soul (Redemption)||lead||wri./dir. Sean Kirkpatrick|
|79 Parts||lead||dir. Ari Taub|
|Harmony||lead||dir. Logan Kirbens|
|Grace||lead||wri/dir Chris Ordal|
|Awake||lead||wri/dir Mark Finguerra|
|The Wolf of Wall Street||featured||dir. Martin Scorsese|
|Nothbend||lead||wri/dir Bernard Phillips|
|Wear||lead||wri/dir Felix Else|
|Broadway’s Finest||lead||wri/dir Stephen Marro|
|Zero in the System||lead||Tim McCann|
|Humdinger||lead||dir. William Heins|
|Fencetitute||lead||Susan K. Brigham|
|You’re Not Special||lead||wri/dir Evan LaMagna|
|The Ride||lead||wri/dir Thomas Kim|
|Late Night Entertainment||lead||wri/dir Daniel Hendrick Simon|
|Angel Jellyfish||lead||wri/dir Kristina Nikolova|
|Two Star State of Mind||lead||wri/dir Ron Massuci|
|Open||lead||wri/dir Satish More|
|Insult To Injury||lead||dir. Burke Roberts. Cannes Film Fest ’06|
|Hopelessly Blurred||co-star||dir. Ron Moreno|
|Gun Play||lead||dir. Brian Tritler|
|Modern Romance||lead||dir. Jymi Mehil. Greenwhich Film Fest ’04. et all.|
|Del Fuego||lead||dir. John Dean Alfone|
|Jesus Rides Shotgun||lead||dir. Burke Roberts. Cannes Film Fest ’98|
|Flesh Suitcase — Slamdance Fest ’95, Berlin, Seattle, World Fest, Sundance Channel, Showtime, & The Movie Channel||lead||dir. Paul Duran|
|Dead Bird||lead||dir. Paul Bloom|
|The Boxer||lead||dir. Scott Murden|
|Tunnel Vision||co-star||dir. Valerie Vaughn|
|Missionaries||Father Edward (lead)||Writer Mario Fraetti (“9”) opposite
Tony nominee Rose Gregorio
|Pieces Of Paradise — Originated the role of Carl in official NY premiere of Tennessee Williams’ ‘These Are The Stairs You Got to Watch’ (2006||Carl (lead)||Dir. Stephan Morrow|
|Genesis Cage Entertainment||(lead)||Daniel Hendricks-Simon; Simonstudios|
|The Deer Park||(lead)||Stephen Morrow/ Norman Mailer
|A Bright Room Called Day||Braum (lead)||Dir. Stephan Morrow/ Concert Reading|
|Within The Skins of Saints||(lead)||Dir. Robert Haufrecht. Writer: Mark Borkowski|
|Hurry||Guy (lead)||Dir. Stephan Morrow|
|Don’t Listen To What It Sounds Like||Floyd (lead)||Dir. Robert Haufrecht|
|The Nest||Kurt (lead)||Dir. Marcia Haufrecht|
|Iowa||Hal (lead)||Dir. Brian Tracy|
|Legends||Ray (lead)||Writer: Leslie Lee (Concert Reading)|
|A Crack In The Ground||Walter (lead)||Dir. Marcia Haufrecht|
|The Partners||Frank (lead)||Dir. Van Dirk Fisher|
|After Hours||Tom The Undercover Cop (lead)||Dir. Marcia Haufrecht|
|In The Mean Time||Angel (lead)||Dir. Michael Halliday|
|Hurley Burley||Phil (lead)||Dir. A. M. Rachel|
|Water On The Moon||Salvatore (lead)||Dir. Don Stewart Baldwin|
|Twenty-Seven Wagons Of Cotton||Silva (lead)||Dir. Anya Galperin|
|Danny and The Deep Blue Sea||Danny (lead)||Dir. John Goodlin|
|Golden Boy||Joe (lead)||Dir. John Goodlin|
|Stella’s Sancutary Bar||Nicky (lead)||Dir. Benno Haenel|
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