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Chris Diamantopoulos’s height is 5ft 9in ( 1.75m )

Christopher “Chris” Diamantopoulos is a Canadian actor and comedian.

Chris Diamantopoulos

Born: May 9, 1975 , Toronto, Canada
Spouse: Becki Newton (m. 2005)
Education: East York Collegiate Institute
Nominations: Gemini Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series
Filmography: Ellen More or Less (2015), Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem (2015), The Truth About Lies (2015), Man Vs. (2014), Silicon Valley (2015), Mickey Mouse (2013-2015), Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts (2015), Episodes (2014-2015), About a Boy (2014-2015), Family Guy (2013-2015), American Dad! (2006-2014), High Moon (2014), Dr. Cabbie (2014), Hannibal (2014), Doctor Lollipop (2013), The Art of the Steal (2013), The Goodwin Games (2013), Arrested Development (2013), The Office (2013), Empire State (2013), Community (2013), The Three Stooges (2012), Up All Night (2011-2012), WWF Raw (2012), The Kennedys (2011), 24 (2010), Under New Management (2009), The Starter Wife (2008), Eli Stone (2008), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2007), State of Mind (2007), The Starter Wife (2007), Raines (2007), 300: March to Glory (2007), Three Days to Vegas (2007), 52 Fights (2006), Boston Legal (2006), Wedding Daze (2006), The Sopranos (2006), Into the Fire (2005), Behind the Camera: The Unauthorized Story of ‘Mork & Mindy’ (2005), Jake in Progress (2005), DeMarco Affairs (2004), Kevin Hill (2004), American Dreams (2004), Charmed (2004), Nip/Tuck (2004), Frasier (2004), Third Watch (2004), Celebrity Deathmatch (2003), Law & Order (2002), Drop Dead Roses (2001), The Adulterer (2000), Eli Stone (2008), The Talk (2012), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (2012), Protagonist (2007), Made in Hollywood (2012)
Other Names: Rich Chrisandanost
Astrological Sign: Taurus
Best Known For Movie: The Three Stooges
Occupation: Actor
Height: 5ft 9in ( 1.75m )
Chris Diamantopoulos Quote: ‘The Stooges’ used to be ubiquitous, back in the ’60s and ’70s. They were on TV all the time, but they’re not on so much anymore. Kids aren’t getting the chance to watch them, not to mention the fact that kids don’t really necessarily relate to black-and-white stuff. View More Chris Diamantopoulos Quotes

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