Christopher DesRoches (Christopher Joseph DesRoches)
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BiographyAtlanta, Georgia, USA
After living in Germany and Italy for eight years Christopher moved with his twin brother and family back to Atlanta, Georgia in 1990. A few years later he took up the sport of fencing, where he excelled, becoming a member of the United States National Fencing team. He began his acting career in High School at the age of 14, starring in such productions as Man of La Mancha and Peter Shaffer's Amadeus. It was his portrayal of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart that won him national acclaim at the 2000 International Thespian conference as best lead actor in a drama. Read more... School, Christopher attended and graduated with honors from Emory University with a bachelor's degree in Theatre Studies. Upon graduating, he began studying voice with the Atlanta Opera and finished out three seasons starring in David Bell's adaptation of "A Christmas Carol" at the Tony award winning Alliance Theatre Company. With guest spots on "Dawson's Creek" and CBS's "Listen Up", Christopher quickly moved to films, Starring in Cinequest Film Festival's "The Last Known Documentary" (2004) and most recently ( together with his twin brother) David Fincher's epic romance "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" starring Brad Pitt and Cate Blanchett.