Christian Meier is an avid ukulele player, hip hop dancer, and collector of tacky shirts and animal print bow ties. At the young age of four Christian Meier decided that it was his calling to become an actor, but it wasn't until the age of sixteen that he began to pursue his dreams and landed his first role as Oberon, King of the Fairies, in the Shakespearean comedy A Midsummer Night's Dream. At age eighteen he danced and performed a monologue in a talent show where he was seen by Joy Pervis of J. Pervis Talent. They signed him onto their talented team of actors and models shortly after. Before Christian made it big in AT&T, Rooms to Go, and Google commercials he was living the humble life of performing in high school plays and improv shows. You may have seen him as a waiter in a promo for BET's "The Game" where he worked a long side Wendy Raquel Robinson and Tia Mowry-Hardrict. He also portrayed the flamboyant theater guru in the short film, The Parker Street Poltergeist Affair. Though his most recent television appearance was in a Hasbro commercial where he professionally played with toys. His resume spans from being on stage, reciting Shakespeare to commercials, Indie films, web-series, and everything in between. Due to his whimsical, flighty personality he is usually cast as the sassy hair stylist, a hopeless romantic or just dressed in drag; though he hopes to move towards more dark, serious roles. His long curly locks and ambiguous looks is what he uses as an edge in hopes to help him to stand out from the usual crowd. He plans to continue his career as an actor and hopes to one day land a role in a romantic comedy or an intense drama, but his ultimate goal is to create a career for himself doing what he loves the most, acting.
|Movie Name||Release Date|
|10×10||April 13, 2018|