Chris Mudd is an actor and motion capture performer from Seattle, Washington. His theatre roles have ranged from Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night to the brutal Tereus in Timberlake Wertenbaker’s The Love of the Nightingale. Chris studied theatre and film before heading to the UK in 2016 for an MA in Acting at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.

Frequently cast as both the dork and the action figure, Chris is simultaneously drawn to all kinds of digital media. He has a wide knowledge of online media and video games, and is interested in working in the kinds of fantastical projects that allow his self-confessed dorkiness to fly. Most recently, he has delved into the motion capture industry, as a performer at The Imaginarium Studios in London and MocapNow in Seattle.