Chris D’elia Net Worth, Wife, Girlfriend, Height, Brother, Father

Who is Chris D’Elia?

Christopher William D’Elia was born in Montclair, New Jersey USA, on March 29, 1980 – his zodiac sign is Aries and he holds American citizenship. He is an actor, writer and stand-up comedian, who might be best known for his portrayal of Alex Miller in the comedy series “Whitney”, created by Whitney Cummings who also starred there alongside Chris and Rhea Seehorn. It aired from 2011 to 2013, and the story follows a couple and their friends living in Chicago – the series won one award and was nominated for two more.

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Dad, brother and education

Chris was raised alongside his brother Matt D’Elia, now an actor and filmmaker, in Montclair by their mother Ellie who was an interior designer and their father Bill D’Elia who is a famous American actor, producer and director.

Chris lived in Montclair until he was 12, when the family moved to Los Angeles, California, after his father was offered a job there. Chris attended La Canada High School, where he became interested in theater and stand-up comedy, which he mostly practiced by putting on comedy shows for his friends and family. After enrolling in 1998, he enrolled at New York University, but quit after a year to focus on his acting career.

Roles in television series

Chris has appeared in around 36 movies and TV series, and we are about to mention some of his most notable performances in this article.

He made his first appearance on a television series in 1996, when he was invited to play Luke Sarison in two episodes of the mystery thriller “Chicago Hope”, created by David E. Kelley and which starred Mandy Patinkin, Adam Arkin and Hector Elizondo. It’s about people working at a major Chicago hospital and won 24 awards, including a Golden Globe, while it was nominated for 108 other awards during its run from 1994 to 2000.

Chris then appeared in single episodes of many series such as “Boston Legal”, “American Dreams” and “Monk”, then was invited to play Bill Stankowski, one of the main characters for 10 episodes of the comedy series ” glory”. Daze”. Between 2014 and 2016, Chris played lead character Danny in the 36 episode comedy “Undateable”, which also starred Brent Morin and Bianca Kajlich, and is about a man who helps his sister and friends with dating advice.Chris returned to appearing in single episodes of numerous series such as “Rush Hour”, “Lip Sync Battle Preshow” and “The Great Indoors”, and in 2018 played secondary character Dean in seven episodes of the comedy “Alone Together”, which received mixed reviews.

Her most recent role on a TV series was in three 2019 episodes of the romantic drama “You.”

Film roles

Chris made his film debut in 2004, when he was cast as Marc in the drama ‘Almost’, which is about a man who tries to turn his life around after being released from prison.

He went on to play supporting characters in several movies that didn’t get much attention, such as “Bad Girls from Valley High”, “Crazylove” and “Fool in the Headlights” (short film), and 2016 saw him play lead character Adam in the comedy “Flock of Dudes,” written and directed by Bob Castrone, and which follows a man in his thirties who decides to stop seeing his best friends in an attempt to growing up.

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Chris’ next roles were in the films “XOXO”, “Band Aid” and “Little Evil”, and he then played Peter Brock, one of the main characters in the 2018 romantic comedy “Half Magic”.

Two of his most recent film appearances were in the 2019 short music video ‘Logic Feat. Eminem: Homicide’, and the 2020 comedy ‘Film Fest’, written and directed by Marshall Cook – Chris recently wrapped filming of the upcoming romance drama “Life in a Year.”

Other work

Since 2006, Chris has worked as a stand-up comedian and has appeared on numerous shows such as ‘Comedy Central Presents’, ‘Live Nude Comedy’ and ‘Live at Gotham’.

From 2012 to 2015, he and his two friends hosted the comedy “Ten Minute Podcast”, and since 2017 he has hosted another podcast “Congratulations with Chris D’Elia”.

He is also a bit of a singer, and in January 2013 released his parody rap album entitled “Such Is Life”.

Collaboration with Eminem

In April 2018, Chris released an episode of his podcast in which he impersonated famous American rapper Eminem and mocked Eminem fans while claiming that Eminem was one of the best rappers in the world. As his fans enjoyed his Eminem impersonation, Chris did it again and posted a video of him rapping in his car in September 2018 and in his garage in January 2019.

Eminem loved the video filmed in Chris’ garage and shared it on his Twitter account, while part of the video was later featured in Logic’s song “Homicide”, which featured Eminem. Chris then helped shoot the music video for the song, in which he synced Eminem’s part, while actor Chauncey Leopardi synced Logic’s part and Eminem synced Chris’s part.

Girlfriend, Wife and Sexual Misconduct Allegations

In 2006, Chris married his now ex-wife, actress Emily Montague, but they divorced in 2010 for unknown reasons – he hasn’t spoken of other women he may have dated.

Most recently, in June 2020, Chris was accused of sexual harassment by more than one underage girl, however, he denied these accusations and said he had never sued an underage girl.

Due to these accusations, Comedy Central removed an episode of the “Workaholics” series in which Chris played a child molester, while they also removed one of his stand-up specials from their website titled “White Male”. Black comic. Chris was also removed from the “Army of the Dead” show, and replaced by actress Tig Notaro.

Megan Drust, an actress, said in September 2020 that Chris offered to give her a ride from a restaurant in 2011, and he unzipped his pants on the way and started masturbating in front of her – she then told him asked to stop and get out of his car. Several of Chris’s friends said they heard about the story shortly after the incident.

As of November 2020, Chris is single, unmarried, and has no children.

Hobbies and other interests

Chris loves watching animated comedy series, and a few of his favorites are “South Park”, “Rick and Morty”, and “The Simpsons”, as he enjoys the kind of humor used in these.

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He also enjoys watching live-action movies, and some of his favorite actors and actresses are Jim Carrey, Eddie Murphy, and Mitzi Shore, and talked about how these people influenced his own style of comedy as well.

Chris hits the gym once or twice a week – he’s not very interested in having a well-built body, but he does it mostly because he has no other means of entertainment.

He loves to travel and his career has taken him to many US states, while he has also had the good fortune to travel to Europe for work and pleasure.

He is an animal lover and has two pet dogs Cooper and Trash Dog Chenzo, while his favorite animals are lions.

Age, height and net worth

Chris’ age is 40 years old. He has long brown hair and brown eyes, his height is 6 feet 2 inches (1.88 m) and he weighs about 172 pounds (78 kg).

As of November 2020, his net worth is estimated to be over $13 million.

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