Chris Makepeace was born on April 22, 1964, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada; his zodiac sign is Taurus, and he is of Canadian nationality. He is a former actor and assistant director best known for his role as Clifford Peache in the 1980 comedy-drama film “My Bodyguard,” which also starred Adam Baldwin and Matt Dillon and is about a new boy at school who hires a bodyguard who is the most feared kid at that school after being bullied by the school’s worst bully – the film won a National Boar Award.
Chris Makepeace withdrew from acting in 2001 and began working as an assistant director; his most recent credit as an assistant producer was in 2010, when he worked on the short drama “Play,” starring John Healy (also the film’s writer), Paolo Mancini, and Ginger Welch.
The net worth of Chris Makepeace:
Chris Makepeace is an assistant director, Clifford Oeacher and former actor. His net worth is predicted to be more than $200,000.
Early childhood and education
Chris was reared in Montreal with his older brother Ton, who is now a famous photographer, by their lawyer father Harry Makepeace and homemaker mother Doreen. Chris became interested in acting at a young age, and a scout discovered him a few months after he turned ten, and he was invited to perform in his first commercial.
This is when Chris became interested in acting, and when he enrolled in a local high school, he immediately joined the theatre club and began performing in plays. Chris graduated from high school in 1982 and then concentrated on his acting career rather than attending college — he honed his skills at The Second City Special Workshop in Chicago.
Chris made his film debut (uncredited) in the 1974 short film “The Ottawa Valley,” which starred Karen Austin, Kay Hawtrey, and Karen Pearson, and his next role came five years later when he was cast to play the supporting character Rudy in the comedy “Meatballs,” which starred Bill Murray, Harvey Atkin, and Kate Lynch, and for his performance, Chris was nominated for an Academy Award.
Chris played Ring, one of the key characters in the 1981 action-adventure science fiction film “The Last Chase,” written by Martyn Burke, directed by Christopher Crowe, and starring Lee Majors and Burgess Meredith — the tale is set in a futuristic world with no more oil.
In the years that followed, he appeared in films such as “The Mysterious Stranger,” a family fantasy mystery, “Mazes and Monsters,” and “The Terry Fox Story,” a biographical sports drama. The next year, Chris starred as Matt in Sparky Greene’s drama “The Oasis,” which also starred Scott Hylands and Richard Cox and was written and directed by him. In 1985, he acted in two films: the biographical crime drama “The Falcon and the Snowman,” in which he played Dennis “Jody” Adler, and the drama-comedy “The Undergrads,” in which he played Dennis “Jody” Adler.
Chris played Keith in the comic fantasy horror film “Vamp” in 1986, which garnered mixed reviews but was nominated for two awards, and Robert in the romantic war drama “Captive Hearts” in 1987. In 1988, he starred in both the comedic drama “Aloha Summer” and the science fiction film “Why on Earth?”
Before retiring from acting, he appeared in three films: the romantic drama “A Holiday for Love” in 1996, the drama “Short for Nothing” in 1998, written and directed by Siona Ankrah Cameron, and the thriller “Full Disclosure” in 2001.
Characters in TV shows
Chris has only appeared in four TV shows. He made his series debut in 1981, as Willie in the episode “East Side Angels” of the adventure drama “The Littlest Hobo,” which starred London, Harvey Atkin, and Allan Royal and followed the exploits of a German shepherd dog.
Chris guested as Jeremy in the episode “Power Play” of the drama horror-mystery “Deadly Nightmares” in 1989, and he portrayed Zeb Norman in the episodes “Aquatic Life” and “Science Fiction” of the comedy family fantasy series “The Jim Henson Hour” in 1989.
In 1991, he appeared in the episode “Miracle Worker” of the drama horror-mystery “Beyond Reality” before retiring from acting.
Assistant director credits in film and television series
Chris made his directorial debut in 2000 when he worked on numerous episodes of the comedy-drama series “Drop the Beat,” and he worked as an assistant director on the film “Full Disclosure” in 2001.
His other two credits as a third assistant director were the drama thriller film “Tangled” in 2001 and the criminal drama fantasy film “Silver Man” in 2003.
Relationships and love life
Chris wants to keep his personal life private and hasn’t spoken about any girls he may have dated; nevertheless, it is known that he had a relationship with Grace Jones in 1985. Grace is a Jamaican model, singer, and actress who is 16 years Chris’s senior; they dated for less than a year before splitting up for unspecified reasons.
There are rumours circulating the internet that Chris married his other half in the early 2000s, and several of his fans have claimed to have seen him and his alleged wife walking hand in hand in the streets of Los Angeles on multiple occasions, but no proof has been provided, nor has Chris commented, and thus as of September 2020, he is single, hasn’t married a woman, and hasn’t married a man.
Hobbies and other pursuits
Chris has been interested in music since he was a teenager, and in 1981 he was approached to record a spoken dialogue for the KISS album “Music From The Elder,” but the conversation did not make it into the final mix.
Chris’ acting job has taken him to various US states, but he likes to travel abroad — he has visited several European nations for leisure, including Italy, France, and England.
Additionally, He adores animals and has a dog as a pet.Chris has a list of actors and actresses he admires. Some of his favourite actors are Tom Hanks, Will Smith, and Emma Watson, while some of his favourite films include “The Terminal,” “I, Robot,” and the “Harry Potter” trilogy.
Height and age
Chris is a 56-year-old man. He has brown hair and blue eyes are 5ft 9ins (1.75m) tall and weigh roughly 150lbs (68kgs).
Quick Facts of Chris Makepeace
|Date of Birth:||Apr 22, 1964 (57 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)|