Christopher Michael Jones

Christopher was born February 4, 1982 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and at age four began dance classes. He immediately showed a love for performing in front of audiences and competed in numerous dance competitions around the country. As he grew with his abilities he was featured in many regional staged musical projects including "Peter Pan" and "The Wiz". At age 10 he was offered roles in the broadway touring companies of "Camelot" and "The Secret Garden". Modeling jobs and commercials soon followed and Christopher worked regularly throughout the entire Southeast for companies such as Shoney's, Revco, and vacation resorts. He performed for two seasons at Paramount's Carowinds theme park. He continued his dance training at Governor's School For The Arts, Broadway Dance Center, Steps, and numerous other schools across the US. He has taught, assisted, and danced along side some of the most well known teachers and choreographers of today. Eventually his acting career blossomed and placed him in the CBS television series pilot "Nathon Dixon" and multiple movies such as "Forrest Gump", "O", "Stolen Memories Secrets Of The Rose Garden", "Holy Joe". "This World Then The Fireworks", "Tad", and many others. Following high school he moved with his family to Los Angeles, California to pursue a professional career in acting, dance, and singing.

Since moving to Hollywood, Christopher has been seen dancing on television with numerous artists like "P. Diddy and Busta Rhymes" in the Soul Train Awards, "Dream" in the Lady Of Soul Awards and Teen Choice Awards, and alongside Britney Spears at the MTV VMA's 2000 and in her Pepsi commercials. He is also in numerous music videos with musical groups and artists like Dream, Shorty 101, and Willa Ford. He has toured around the country dancing in concerts with 98Degrees, Dream, NSYNC and multiple other artists. He danced in industrials for companies like Sketchers, Adidas, Debeers Diamonds, and INTEL. Christopher's most recent commercials include "Carrows" and "Foot Locker". He has a number of television appearances that include "CSI-Miami", "Malcolm In The Middle", "American Dreams", "Six Feet Under", "Will And Grace", "Judging Amy", "Mad TV", "The Drew Carey Show", and "Nightmare Room". He can also be seen on soap operas that include "Days Of Our Lives".

He continues to teach dance regularly in studios throughout California and as a celebrity instructor across the country and world wide with workshops, dance conventions and competitions such as SOURCEDANCE, Popstarz Inc., LA Elite and Triple Threat. He also choreographs numbers for projects, competitions, stage productions, and shows around the US. He choreographs for numerous music videos and was recently employed as the director/choreographer for Sony's new and upcoming artist Jaden, as well as choreograph for Ruff Town Records' new artist Amanda. He is currently working as executive choreographer for the new group KUT. Christopher has choreographed and danced in multiple pieces at the Choreographers Carnival in LA. Some recent accomplishments include the first place position Christopher took for one of his pieces at Hip Hop International, and the top award he received and shared alongside one of Janet Jackson's choreographers, Terry Bixler, at the American Street Dance Championships - two competitions in which the best breakers, poppers, lockers, and hip hop dancers from around the world come to show their skills.

Christopher's acting and dance abilities came together in his staring role for the number one movie box office hit "You Got Served". In the film he plays a spiky-haired rich kid from Orange County that leads a group of street dancers into competitions called "battles". Earlier this year he completed filming the hip hop instructional "You Got Served - Take It to the Streets". His staring role in the movie "Lost In Plain View" is scheduled for release 2005. Christopher is currently playing the bad guy as Anthony Bishop in the 20th Century Fox film "Big Momma's House 2. He is also in production for the movie "Steepin" as he plays the leader of a white fraternity Li Phi Bright. Plans are being completed for Christopher to begin filming another staring role in a new project "The House" and discussions are underway for him to star in three additional feature films by end of 2006. He has already been cast into sequel for "You Got Served" scheduled to begin filming before the end of the year.