Chris Salvatore (info)

Chris Salvatore (info)
He is an American actor, singer-songwriter, model, and gay-rights activist. He is currently sitting at #41 on AfterElton's top 50 gay celebrities. Chris Salvatore grew up in Richboro, Pennsylvania, a small town outside Philadelphia. He started his career in entertainment as a singer/songwriter. In 2005 he studied vocal performance at Berklee College of Music in Boston. His music has been featured on MTV and is available in online music stores including iTunes. Chris graduated from The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts in 2008 where he studied acting. He starred in the romantic comedy 'Eating Out: All You Can Eat' directed by Q. Allan Brocka in 2009. Chris then went on to star in two more 'Eating Out' sequels adding to the franchise that premiered on the LOGO Network. Chris's latest project was his debut in the New York theatre scene in the new original play, Pieces. Pieces captured rave reviews from NY audiences following it's sold out run in Los Angeles. - IMDb Mini Biography By: F. Carmen


His song "It's You" is featured in the end credits of Eating Out 3.

One of's Top 50 Gay Celebrities.

Early life

Growing up in the small town of Richboro, Pennsylvania, he spent his days singing, acting, and performing for his family. By the time he was 15, young Chris had already written his first song. After completing his high school education, Salvatore began his career in 2005 during his attendance at Berklee College of Music in Boston. There, he studied vocal performance and soon began recording songs.

After some time at Berklee, Salvatore moved to New York City in 2006 to try his hand at acting. Once there, he enrolled in The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts and realized his talent and love for film. Salvatore completed his schooling and began preparing for the big leagues in Los Angeles. He was contacted by a casting director for Q. Allan Brocka's Eating Out film series and within the week, Salvatore moved to California to star as "Zack" in Eating Out 3: All You Can Eat (2009). He continued the role in two additional films in the series: Eating Out 4: Drama Camp (2011) and Eating Out 5: The Open Weekend(2012).

Chris Salvatore is known for his single "Dirty Love" (released in 2010). Recently, Salvatore has been uploading short musical covers of songs he and his fans like to his YouTube channel (which currently has over 12,000 subscribers). In addition to song covers, he spends his time promoting equality in the LGBT community. Some of his videos include messages for the It Gets Better Campaign while others are simply kind and uplifting messages of hope. His latest efforts include the singles 'What You Do To Me' (2012) and the ballad 'Hurricane' (2012).

Salvatore's songs have been featured on MTV's show Paris Hilton's My New BFF and in the movie credits of Eating Out 3: All You Can Eat.

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