Chris Browning

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Chris Browning
Born Christopher Jay Browning
Reno, Nevada, USA
Occupation Actor
Years active 1987–present
Partner(s) Chrissy Lucia
Children 4

Chris Browning is an American television and film actor, known for character roles, specializing in more tough and rugged types. However, recent roles have been clean-cut, family-man roles, such as the scientist, Jake, on The CW's The 100, or the ill-equipped father in the Mark Cartier film, Lift Me Up.


Browning began his acting career back in 1987, with a sitcom television series. Due to his drug problems at the time, he soon spent several years being homeless, or in jail. He sought treatment for his addiction in 1994. He was cast in a miniseries, Hardball as Lloyd LaCombe. He was later cast in a recurring role in In the House, His first major role in a film came in 1996, in The Children of Captain Grant which was filmed in Russia.[1] He also had a recurring role in the day-time soap, As the World Turns as David Stenbeck. After not appearing in films and movies between 1999-2005 due to his rehabilitation, he made an appearance in the film, A Piece of Pie. In that same year, he was cast in his first big budget film, 3:10 to Yuma. After this he was cast in television shows such as Easy Money[2] and Felon.

In mid 2008, he was cast in the terminator reboot, Terminator Salvation as "Morrison".[3] He also had roles in movies such as Let Me In, Cowboys & Aliens, The Last Stand, and "The Book of Eli, Wild Card.

He recently wrapped production on the prison movie "Shot Caller", directed by Ric Roman Waugh.

Brownings's television work includes season three of "Ray Donavan". He also appeared in episodes of HBO's "Westworld", "Marvel's Agent Carter", "Supergirl", "Major Crimes", "CSI", "Graceland", "Castle", "Bones", "The Bridge", three episodes of "From Dusk Till Dawn", and as the character "Gogo" in the fifth season of Sons of Anarchy.



Year Title Role
2007 3:10 to Yuma Crawely
2007 In the Valley of Elah Checker Box Bartender
2008 Linewatch Ron Spencer
2008 Felon Danny Sampson
2008 Beer for My Horses Deputy Stippens
2009 Dark Country Stranger
2009 Terminator Salvation Morrison
2010 The Book of Eli Hijack Leader
2010 Let Me In Jack
2010 Beneath the Dark Frank
2011 Cowboys & Aliens Jed Parker
2012 The Philly Kid Marks
2013 The Last Stand Pony Tail
2014 Road to Paloma Schaeffer
2014 Palominas Fargo
2014 Hidden in the Woods Jed James
2015 Wild Card Tiel
2016 Shot Caller Redwood
2017 Bright Serling
2017 Last Rampage Randy Greenawalt
2018 Donnybrook McGill


Year(s) Title Role Notes
2009 Easy Money Det. Yapp 6 episodes
2009 Cold Case Steve Hess
2009 In Plain Sight Nathan Grady
2012 The Finder Tall Man/Ed Beiderman
2013 The Bridge Jack Childress 2 episodes
2014 Sons of Anarchy Gogo 7 episodes
2014 Bones Derek Johannessen
2014 The 100 Jake Griffin 3 episodes
2014 Castle Biker Episode "For Better or Worse"
2015 Ray Donovan Gary Royal Episode "The Kalamazoo"
2015 Supergirl Ben Krull / Reactron Episode: "Fight or Flight"
2016 Agent Carter Rufus 3 episodes:
"A View in the Dark"
"Better Angels"
"Smoke & Mirrors"
2016 Westworld Holden 2 Episodes: "The Stray", "Dissonance Theory"
2016 Timeless James Bowie Episode: "The Alamo"

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2017 Call of Duty: WWII Paul Thomas Daniels Voice


  1. ^ Knox, Michael. ""Terminator: Salvation" actor talks about career, overcoming drug addiction". Modernfilmzine. Archived from the original on September 14, 2015. Retrieved 16 June 2014. 
  2. ^ "CW Pulls Mrc TV Shows: No More Valentine, Easy Money or In Harm's Way... and Jericho Returns?". tvseriesfinale. Archived from the original on December 16, 2008. Retrieved 16 June 2014. 
  3. ^ Goodwin, Liam (28 May 2008). "Chris Browning Joins Terminator Salvation". Filmonic. Retrieved 16 June 2014. 

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