Christopher Masterson Biography
(Actor and Disc Jockey Known for His Role as ‘Francis’ in the Fox Sitcom ‘Malcolm in the Middle’)
Birthday: January 22, 1980 (Aquarius)
Born In: Long Island, New York, United States
Christopher Kennedy Masterson is an American film and television actor turned disc jockey. He garnered fame for playing Francis in Fox’s family comedy ‘Malcolm in the Middle’. A native of the state of New York, Masterson has been acting since he was eight years old. He made his screen debut in 1988 in the telefilm ‘Hiroshima Maiden’. In 1992, he appeared in his debut feature film, the romantic comedy ‘Singles’. His first significant role was in the short-lived CBS family-drama, ’The Road Home’. He also had various roles in films like ‘Cutthroat Island’, ‘The Sunchaser’, ‘Campfire Tales’, ‘My Best Friend’s Wedding’, ‘American History X’, ‘Wuthering Heights’, ‘Intellectual Property’, and ‘Made for Each Other’. Masterson started appearing as Francis from the pilot episode of ‘Malcolm in the Middle’ and went to portray the character in all seven seasons of the show. As a member of the cast of the show, he was jointly awarded the YoungStar Award for Best Young Ensemble Cast in 2000. Since the conclusion of ‘Malcolm in the Middle’, he has made a professional transition to become a disc jockey.