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“Life's like a movie, write your own ending. Keep believing,          keep pretending.” 

Jim Henson


Chrissy is a Maryland girl in a California world. She’s a voice actress, actress, writer, and producer in Los Angeles. She loves Jim Henson, wieners (the four legged kind) and crabs (the tasty kind). She got her start in the industry playing Baby June in the national Tour of Gypsy at age 5. She has performed in film, industrials, television, commercials, and webseries; and has voiced national commercials and PSAs, videogames and animation, and narrated for children's content, medical and corporate projects. She's written and produced national training films as well as several short films and a cooking show. Chrissy completed the core improv curriculum at Upright Citizens Brigade and you can see her all female team, Tupperware Party, perform around town as well as check out her sketch comedy with Holy Skit Productions on Funny Or Die. She holds a Masters in psychology from Catholic University and completed her graduate research at the Children's Digital Media Center at Georgetown University, studying how media impacts children and adolescents. Chrissy graduated magna cum laude from American University, where she completed the Warner Brothers Sitcom Writing Workshop and studied Film and Theatre. In her spare time, she enjoys reading to kids and fostering their love of the imagination and books, Piloxing, and of course, baking (it's in the name). She works hard so her miniature dachshund Peppy can have a luxurious life.



Chrissy is the voice of the Warner Bros. Hollywood Tour and you can hear her voice the International Visit Florida, Nexxus Hair and TouchNote campaigns. Her warm, believable, and fun voice has narrated extensive content and commercials. She has voiced for Harley Quinn, Barbie, Shadowverse, MXM, PlayKids, & More! She's an improv comedian from UCB LA, trained actress & a character specialist. 

Commercial Demo

Kids Commercials Demo

Narration Demos

Explainer & Product Video Demo
Training and Long-Form Demo