Christopher Abbott Net Worth and life style

Christopher AbbottName: Christopher Abbott

Born: February 1986 (age 30)

Residence: U.S

Occupation: Actor

Net worth: $1 Million Dollars (approx.)

Years active: 2008–present

Awards: Chlotrudis Award (WON)

Website: N/A


About Christopher Abbott

Christopher Jacob Abbott (born February 1986) is an American role player. He made his feature film debut in Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011). His other CELEBRITY notable films CELEBRITY include Hello I Must Be Going (2012), The Sleepwalker (2014) and A Most Red Year (2014). In 2015, he asterisked as the title quality in the severely spatted film James White.

Abbott is generally known for his role as Charlie Dattolo in the HBO comedy-drama series Girls. He has also had an broad career on stage, having executed in both Broadway and Off-Broadway products.

Christopher Abbott1Christopher Abbott Height in centimeter (cm)
175 cm

Christopher Abbott Height in Inch
5 ft 8 inch

Christopher Abbott Measurement
37-27-35 in or 94-68.5-89 cm

Christopher Abbott Weight in kg


Christopher Abbott Weight in pound
167 Pounds

Early Life

After impressing to New York, Abbott commenced going to big open calls for plays while in school. This is how he got his two first playing jobs, Off-Broadway. The first play, Good Boys and True, afforded in the Spring of 2008 and was spelt by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and aimed by Scott Ellis. It complied a scandal ACTRESS at a prep school. Abbott acted the lead character’s (Brian J. Smith) gay best friend, Justin.The instant play, Mouth to Mouth, opened in the Fall of 2008. The mordant and plaintive play about the limits of friendship and family was spelt by Kevin Elyot and guided by Mark Brokaw. Abbott acted the sympathetic 15-year-old son of Laura (Lisa Emery). Abbott obtained convinced reviews for both products.He followed this with guest-starring roles in the comedy serial publication Nurse Jackie and the police adjective series Law & Order: Criminal Intent . In 2010, Abbott co-starred opposite Cristin Milioti and Laila Robins in the play That Face at the Manhattan Theatre Club

Life Style

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