The Filmmaking Team

Chris MACK

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Acting

American

Chris Mack acts, writes and directs plays and films, and coaches actors in Paris and New York.  He resides in Paris, where he also acts in and directs voiceovers.  Recent/current directing credits include Alan Arkin’s "Virtial Reality", film shorts for Theatre en Anglais "The Importance of Being Earnest", "Seventy Scenes of Halloween", and "Vampire Vermont".  He has also been a director and acting coach on and performed in a variety of industrial films and ads, and horror films.
A co-founder of Paris Playwrights and a former member of Blueprint Theatre, The Empty Space Theatre, and Annex Theatre in Seattle; he is a former advisory board member for ESTRENO, which promotes Spanish plays. Chris taught theatre, communications and voice classes within the City University of New York, where he also ran Bronx Community College's Theatre Workshop.  He also has taught scene study and acting on camera classes for the New York Film Academy at La Femis.  Currently, he teaches acting classes for stage and screen for Bilingual Acting Workshop, the Sudden Theatre, the American University of Paris, as well as periodic workshops for EuroDisney.
Chris is also a Paris-based voiceover artist, he does voiceovers for numerous documentaries and films, including such recent films as "Persepolis", and an upcoming series of animations based on Rudyard Kipling’s Just So stories.  He can also be heard as the English narrator on <a  class="grisfonce11" target=_blank href="http://www.pocketvox.com">www.pocketvox.com</a>, a series of audio guides of the cities of Europe.