Chris Browning's Main TV Roles
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Browning began his acting career back in 1987. He got a role in a sitcom television series but due to him having a drug problems, he was in and out of jail all the time. He spent several years being homeless or in jail from living in a Malibu Beach house to living on a mattress next to the freeway, when he wasn’t in jail. He sought treatment for his addiction in 1994.
He was cast in a miniseries, Hardball as Llyod LaCombe. He was later cast in a recurring role in In the House, His first major role in a film came in 1996, in The Children of Captain Grant which was filmed in Russia. He also has a recurring role in the day-time soap, As the World Turns as David Stenbeck.
After not appearing in films and movies between 1999-2005 due to his rehabilitation, he made an appearance in the film, A Piece of Pie. In that same year, he was cast in his first big budget film, 3:10 to Yuma starring 'Russell Crowe' and 'Christian Bale'. This was his breakthrough movie as this was followed by him getting cast in television shows such as Easy Money and Felon which Browning credited as the film which got him more roles.
In mid 2008, he was cast in the terminator reboot, Terminator Salvation as "Morrison". He also had roles in big budgeted movies like Let Me In, Cowboys & Aliens and The Last Stand.
In 2012, Browning played the character Gogo in the fifth season of the television show Sons of Anarchy. He recently finished working on Jason Momoa's Road to Paloma and Jason Statham's, Wild Card.
Browning studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles to learn about scriptwriting. He currently lives in Taos, New Mexico with his wife Sarah, and the couple’s daughter, Lydia Sue Browning (born April 2009). Browning went to school at Lakeview high school in Stoneboro.
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