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Christopher Stanley Wiki/Biography
Christopher Stanley is a film and television actor born in 9 December 1959, in Providence, Rhode Island, USA of Italian and Irish descent. He is perhaps best known for his role of Henry Francis the politician and husband of Betty Francis, who he played in TV drama series “Mad Men”. He also made a significant appearance in Ben Affleck’s film “Argo”(2012).
Have you ever wondered how rich Christopher Stanley is? According to sources it has been estimated that Christopher Stanley’s overall net worth is $2 million. Stanley has acquired his wealth by appearing in numerous films and TV series, since he took up acting in 1986. Since he is still an active actor, his net worth continues to increase.
Christopher Stanley Net Worth $2 Million
Christopher was raised in Providence, one of five brothers in the family. Stanley first became interested in acting while he was a teenager, but he was too shy to go to an audition for the school plays he loved to attend. However, with his father’s encouragement and his mother’s artistic influence, he decided to pursue a career in acting, and years later moved to Los Angeles. There he studied acting at the prestigious Loft Studio, and after graduation, Christopher worked a lot both in film and television and accomplished notable performances throughout the years of his career.
Stanley first entered the world of acting in 1986, when he got a supporting role in the thriller film “Murphy’s Law”. Christopher also starred in the short-lived police drama “DEA” and after its cancellation in 1991, he had guest appearances in episodes of series like “Silk Stalkings” ,“Promised Land”, “Boston Legal”, “Without a Trace”, “ Lie To Me” and many others. In 1996, he appeared in films “Crosscut” and “Final Vendetta”. Stanley is also known for playing the recurring role of Officer Szymanski in “NYPD Blue” for three seasons. His net worth was rising steadily.
At the beginning of the 2000s, he was still mostly portraying minor roles, but in hit shows like “The X-Files”. So, although he has been active in film and television since the mid eighties, Stanley didn’t get his signature role until 2009, when he appeared as Henry Francis in AMC’s tv series “Mad Men”, and started regularly acting beside January Jones. Some of his other notable roles include those in “Death Merchants” (1991), “Kangaroo Court” (1994), and “The Terrain” (2011).
When it comes to his more recent acting activity, he also appeared in the political thriller “Argo”, which was directed and produced by Ben Affleck, playing the role of Tom Ahern. Also, in the same period he portrayed Admiral William H. McRaven in the action thriller film “Zero Dark Thirty”. Both of these films were nominated for an Oscar in 2012. All his appearances have helped maintain his net worth.
In spite of his popularity and recognition, Christopher prefers to keep his personal life as private as possible, and therefore, not much information is available to the public. However, he is married to Kim Stanley.
|Full Name||Christopher Stanley|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Date Of Birth||9 December, 1959|
|Place Of Birth||Providence, Rhode Island, United States|
|Awards||Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series|
|Movies||Zero Dark Thirty, Argo, Murphy's Law|
|TV Shows||Mad Men|
|1||Long narrow face, close-set brown eyes, large nose, kind smile|
|Kick||2016||TV Series pre-production||Lewis|
|Lethal Weapon||2016||TV Series||Henry Ashworth|
|American Crime||2016||TV Series||Charles|
|Comedy Bang! Bang!||2015||TV Series||General Amos Halftrack|
|Mad Men||2009-2015||TV Series||Henry Francis|
|Zero Dark Thirty||2012||Admiral Bill McCraven|
|Argo||2012||Thomas L. Ahern, Jr.|
|The Defenders||2010||TV Series||Mark Cordell|
|Lie to Me||2010||TV Series||Agent Williams|
|Memphis Beat||2010||TV Series||Patrick Collins / Ray Pruitt|
|Without a Trace||2009||TV Series||Hal Williams|
|In Plain Sight||2008||TV Series||Joe|
|Boston Legal||2008||TV Series||CEO Robert Winthrop|
|Philly||2001||TV Series||Officer Tim Acavello|
|Family Law||2001||TV Series||Simon Rosen|
|The X-Files||2001||TV Series||Agent Joe Farah Agent Farah|
|NYPD Blue||1997-2001||TV Series||Officer Szymanski|
|Promised Land||1999||TV Series||Detective Colette|
|Cracker: Mind Over Murder||1998-1999||TV Series||Dale|
|L.A. Doctors||1998||TV Series|
|Martial Law||1998||TV Series||Scott Truit|
|Brooklyn South||1997-1998||TV Series||Officer Matt Heagan|
|The Practice||1997||TV Series||Officer Kent|
|C-16: FBI||1997||TV Series|
|Silk Stalkings||1996||TV Series||Peter Ricci|
|Death Merchants||1991||Nick Biaggi (as Chris Stanley)|
|DEA||1990-1991||TV Series||Nick Biaggi|
|Freddy's Nightmares||1990||TV Series||Todd Lawrence|
|Murphy's Law||1986||Ambulance Attendant (as Chris Stanley)|
|The Ringer||2005||additional voice - uncredited|
|Mr. & Mrs. Smith||2005||additional voice - uncredited|
|Little Black Book||2004||additional voice - uncredited|
|The Banger Sisters||2002||additional voice|
|Match||2014||TV Series 1 episode|
|Home & Family||2014||TV Series||Himself|
|16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards||2010||TV Special||Himself|
|2012||Hollywood Film Award||Hollywood Film Awards||Ensemble of the Year||Argo (2012)|
|2010||Actor||Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series||Mad Men (2007)|
|2011||Actor||Screen Actors Guild Awards||Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series||Mad Men (2007)|