Chris Wood is an actor best recognized for Chris Wood role in the sixth season of the CW's television series as Malachai Parker.Chris Wood is an actor. Chris Wood is married to Melissa Benoist
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Chris Wood is married to Melissa Benoist on 1st September 2019, at a private estate in Ojai, California. His wife Melissa is an American actress and singer. The couple announced their engagement in March 2019 and they were having an affair from 2017. They do not have any children yet.
Any other illness, any other disease that we're faced with, there's sympathy and understanding. We get help for those. With mental illness, our go-to is to categorize them as, 'Oh, they're crazy,' to belittle the problem.
The sexiest thing my girlfriend has ever done for me is when she planned three full days of events, meals, and surprises for my birthday. It was like one continuous gift.
Hopefully, everyone has the same feeling I do when they perform. I get such a thrill from getting to play make believe. My favorite place to be is trying to be somebody else.
Chris Wood is an actor best recognized for Chris Wood role in the sixth season of the CW’s television series as Malachai Parker.
Chris Wood: Birth facts, Family, Childhood
The actor was born on April 14, 1988, as Christopher Charles Wood in Dublin, Ohio, U.S. to Caucasian ancestry.
Chris Wood started writing and directing short films after getting his first super-8 camera at eleven years old that lead him into local film festivals.
There is no further information regarding his family background.
Chris Wood: Education History
Wood joined Dublin Jerome High School. His drama teacher inspired him to pursue acting and writing professionally during school days.
He then joined Elon University in North Carolina. There he earned a B.F.A. degree in Music Theatre.
Chris Wood: Early Life Profession, Career
The actor is sincerely active in the American film industry by portraying amazing characters since the year 2010.
He was spotted with the character of Malachai Parker within the 6th season of the series, The Vampire Diaries.
Additionally, Wood also served within the film named the Carrie Diaries as Adam Weaver elaborated as a writer within New York City during the very time.
Wood started to work on television in shows such as Girls (2012), Major Crimes (2012), The Vampire Diaries (2009), The Carrie Diaries (2013), and the Civil War mini-series Mercy Street (2016).
Chris Wood acted in a series, Containment (2016) as an Atlanta-based cop trapped in the quarantine zone of a dangerous viral outbreak and then attended the comic-book series Supergirl (2015) for a two-season arc as the superhero ‘Mon-el’. He then came back to his film career with a short film.
There are currently no any records and data available regarding his lifetime awards and achievements. he has not yet revealed about it to the media.