Christopher W. Jones is an actor, singer, writer, director, and improvisor from Baltimore, MD.
He earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting from The Theatre School at DePaul University.
Christopher began acting in elementary school and continued through middle and high school to combat the woes of being a shy only-child. A passion for writing and reading fueled his undergraduate degree in English, with a concentration in poetry and drama, and minor in Art History. Theatre and improv, however, remained a strong focus. At Dartmouth College, he was president of the improv comedy troupe the Dog Day Players, sang in the Dartmouth College Gospel Choir, and acted in numerous theatre productions.
Since 2009, he has performed extensively in Baltimore and Washington D.C. in various capacities. He worked for Kaiser Permanente's Educational Theater Programs in the Mid-Atlantic region and the Children's Theater Association of Baltimore, MD. He is also a company member of The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory and a mainstage performer with the Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) where he founded the first troupe comprised of performers of color, Minority Re'port. At The Theatre School at DePaul, he served as the Student Government Association Diversity Liaison and representative for the MFA class of 2016.
When not performing, he loves to enjoy live performance in Chicago. Catch him lead a tour into space at The Adler Planetarium’s Destination Solar System show.
Christopher is thrilled to be a part of the amazing team at Gray Talent Group!