Birthday: 21-04-1988
Age: 31
Star sign: Taurus

Born on April 21, 1988, Christopher Sanders is American. He is the son of Terry Sanders and Mary Caroline Kingsland Gaylord. He has two brothers.

The actor acclaims to fame for his character Ned Banks on the show Ghost Whisperer and Kyle Anderson in the series “ Last Man Standing.” He is born and brought up in Arden and Hendersonville, North Carolina. He used to study at home. Christoph’s favorite co-curricular activity included soccer and Boy Scouts of America. He attained the highest rank in scouting, called as Eagle Scout.

At first, he chose to be an engineer, but later on opted acting. At the age of 9, Christoph started showing interest in acting. He even took classes at state theater of North Carolina, Flat Rocky Playhouse. He also participated in 16 plays of theirs. Some of them are The Lion, the witch, and the wardrobe, Bye bye birdie, and A Christmas Carol. He was 16, when he appeared in some advertisements in Georgia for General Mills. In 2006, Sanders debuted on the Hollywood screen with a short part, in Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby. Post that, his controversial flick Hounddog released. The controversy was because of his character, for raping a 12-year-old girl. In 2007, he shifted to Los Angeles for better offers. He did get a part in Legally Blondes (Legally Blonde 3). He also landed for the character of Ned Stark in Ghost Whisperers. Though, he was supposed to be a guest star in the show, but Sanders role gained him popularity and a permanent part. He enjoyed working with Tim Allen in Last man standing as Kyle Anderson. His debut on television was with Family of the year as Mark Anderson. He also played Kurt Dawson in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.

In 2010, the actor portrayed Tristan in TV series Pair of Kings. He has also appeared as himself in Hollywood Today. He says he would like to work with Penelope Cruz. He loves hot dogs, and doesn’t want too much fame in his life. He aspires to be a working actor who can enjoy shopping at a grocery store.

For vacations, he likes Rio or Ireland, but he finds Israel unique and different. He loves the type of roles he is doing, but he would like to work in intense cinema and dark comedy. Christoph likes to ride motorcycles a lot. He loves to cook. He admires the work of Willem Dafoe. He is a fan of the band Black Keys.

David Conrad English Actor

David Conrad

David Crawford Conrad is an American film, television and theater actor. He is most notable for his role in the TV series Ghost Whisperer in which he appeared from 2005 to 2010, opposite Jennifer Love Hewitt. David was born on 17th August 1967 in Swissvale, a suburb of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His father Jim is an engineer while his mother Margaret is a librarian. He grew up as the youngest of the three sons in Edgewood, another suburb of Pittsburgh. The famous electrical engineer Frank Conrad is his ancestor. He went to Swissvale High School but soon transferred to an all-boys prep school called The Kiski School in Saltsburg on a scholarship. He graduated in 1985 and went to Brown University to study history. While at BU, he started acting. He left in 1990, and joined a historical society working as a carpenter, a painter, an interviewer, etc. David enrolled at the Juilliard School in New York to study theater as a member of the Group 25 of Drama Division. There he acted in a stage adaptation of The Cider House Rules, a novel by John Irving, co-directed by Tom Hulce. In his final year, Conrad received an offer to star in the TV movie Snow White in the Black Forest (released as Snow White: A Tale of Terror) alongside Sigourney Weaver, which he accepted and left Juilliard before earning his degree. Despite this, he has rejected film offers like The Boogie Nights and Deep Impact to pursue theater instead. By the mid-90’s, he had appeared in films like Darkness, Under Heat and the TV series Relativity in which he starred in the lead role. In 1998, he appeared in the movie Return to Paradise with Vince Vaughn. Conrad continued his theater career, starring in The Deep Blue Sea in 1998, marking his Broadway debut. He got his big break when he appeared in Ghost Whisperer as the husband of Jennifer Love Hewitt’s character for five seasons until its cancellation in 2010. He also acted in the hit comedy Wedding Crashers in 2005. His other film appearances include the drama Men of Honor (2000), Anything Else, Follow The Prophet, etc. He has also guest appeared on shows like The Good Wife, CSI: Miami, The Firm, Law, and Order: Special Victims Unit, Castle, etc. Between 2013 and 2014, David had a recurring role in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as Ian Quinn. He lives with his wife Nina Garcia with whom he has a son named Lucas.


Jay Mohr

Jon Ferguson Cox Mohr, popularly known as Jay Mohr, an American actor. He is also a radio host, and comedian. Born in Verona, New Jersey on August 23, 1970, Mohr is famous for his role in Ghost Whisperers as Professor Rick Rayne. Born to a nurse Iva Jean (nee Ferguson) and Marketing executive John Wood Mohr, Jay is a Roman Catholic. He is married twice, first with model Nicole Chamberlain. After six years, they got divorced. He has son, Jackson with Nicole. After that, he married actress Nikki Cox on 29 December, 2006. He has a son named Meredith Daniel Mohr, from Nikki. Mohr’s career began in 1992, with Camp Wilder, where he played a Dorfman. With 1993, came Saturday Night Live, which is a variety show and Jay appeared as a featured player. In 1995, he played Matt in The Barefoot Executive. The year 1996, Jon enacted the role of Wayne Foxworthy, the brother of Jeff Foxworthy and as Jake Bartholomew, in the TV show The Jeff Foxworthy show and Local Heroes respectively. The same year, he debuted in Jerry Maguire as Bob Sugar. In 1997, Jay came on screen with three projects Picture Perfect, Suicide Kings, and The Brave Little Toaster To The Rescue. He did four films Paulie, Small Soldiers, Jane Austen’s Mafia!, and Playing by Heart, and one TV show From the Earth to the Moon as Brett Hutchins, in 1998. He has hosted a talk show on ESPN, known as Mohr Sports. He had to convince Michael Eisner to get the show. He portrayed Peter Dragon in a TV series Action, for which he got Golden Satellite Award. In 2003, Mohr was the presenter and executive producer of Last Comic Standing. Jay Mohr is very active on the radio show The Jim Rome Show, where he is popularly known as Slam man. He also hosted his podcast on SModcast Network, Mohr Stories. The actor announced his departure from the same on 4 May, 2012. He wrote a book based on his life on the sets of Saturday Night Live, in June, 2004. No Wonder My Parents Drank: Tales From a Stand Up Dad, published by Simon & Schuster in May, 2010. Then there was Gasping for Airtime: Two years in the trenches of Saturday Night Live. Hyperion was the publisher of this book. In November, 2016 Mohr hosted the show Los Angeles Rams, which telecasting on KABC TV. Some of Mohr’s films are “200 cigarettes”, “Go,” which nominated for Teen Choice Award, “Cherry Falls,” “Pay it forward,” “Speaking of Sex,” “The Adventures of Pluto Nash,” “Are we there yet?,” “Small Soldiers,” and “The Groomsmen.” Some of his TV series are The Simpsons, Family Guy, Black River, and Scrubs.

Jay Mohr English Actor