28 September 1973, Fullerton, California, USA
Christopher Robin Hebert
Christopher Hebert was born on September 28, 1973 in Fullerton, California, where he has spent most of his life. His acting career began when he was allowed to audition for a local theater production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" for one of the parts of the fairies. His mother apparently was reluctant but relented after Hebert'...
Christopher Hebert was born on September 28, 1973 in Fullerton, California, where he has spent most of his life. His acting career began when he was allowed to audition for a local theater production of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" for one of the parts of the fairies. His mother apparently was reluctant but relented after Hebert's persistence. She had thought that he would not get picked for the part and that this experience would get the acting bug out of his system. However, Hebert got the part and through that summer production, he made connections to a professional agent who got him work in commercials and television before that summer even ended. Hebert continued to work pretty busily for the next five years. His most memorable project came with his feature film debut, The Last Starfighter (1984) as the precocious and likable younger brother, Louis Rogan. Other feature films include The Check Is in the Mail... (1986); a co-starring role for Hebert in a deficient satirical comedy, Invaders from Mars (1986), The Night Before (1988) and Mortuary Academy (1988). Hebert also did numerous episodic appearances, most notably Family Ties (1982), The Twilight Zone (1985) and Disneyland: Fuzz Bucket (1986)- a Disney TV movie. Hebert's acting career dwindled down during his high school years, an experience fueled by personal problems at home, but one he does not regret now in hindsight. Hebert went on to study film at the University of Southern California's acclaimed School of Cinema-Television, graduating with his B.A. in 1997. During his studies there, he became more and more intrigued with film theory and aesthetics, rather than the technical side of movies. Hebert did star in a low-budget, independent film, Waiting for Mo (1996) made locally in the L.A. area but unfortunately was unable to find an audience after its completion. After graduating college, Hebert tried to rekindle his success as an actor but was unable to devote as much time and energy to it due to financial distress. This, to him, was a blessing in disguise. Hebert, fed by financial burdens, stumbled into substitute teaching and now has a passion for the classroom. He now is finishing his English teaching credential and already is teaching a high school film studies class that he has helped to create. He is also very involved in his church activities, coordinating a drama ministry and directing the youth group. He plans to get his masters degree in Christian Education. For now, Hebert loves teaching although he admits he still longs to produce, write, and direct films and videos if time and money allows. He is happily married and still resides in Fullerton.
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