Actor, Chris Massoglia is known for his role of Chase Morgan in film Because of Gràcia (2017) and Sam Connors in the television series, Law & Order: Criminal Intent. He was named 10 Actors to Watch in Variety’s Young talent issue, in 2008.
Chris Massoglia was born on March 29, 1992, in Minneapolis, MN under the birth sign of Aries. Well, he holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group.
He is the child of Karen Massoglia (mother) and Christopher Massoglia (father). His mother a homemaker and father is a chiropractor. His parents are devout Christians and Republicans, and he grew up a fan of Christian pop music.
Regarding Chris’ education, he was homeschooled by his mother. Massoglia was taking third grade-level and eighth grade-level courses. By the age of 13, he studied in an online university where his coursework included developmental psychology, Biblical studies, algebra, and American history.
Chris Massoglia is a married man. He tied the knot with his girlfriend turned wife, Shauna Rodman is nurse and soccer player, on July 14, 2018. The pair started dating since 2017 and got engaged on January 30, 2018.
Till date, Massoglia and Rodman are living a blissful married life. Furthermore, the couple is also free from any rumors of divorce and extramarital affairs.
The talented actor has an assumed net worth of around $900 thousand. He collects from his hard work in his acting career. As a movie actor, he earns a decent salary of $52 thousand.
Similarly, Chris makes payroll of around $15 thousand to $25 thousand from his television work.
Additionally, he drives a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 which costs around $65,600.
The 27-years-old actor started his acting workshop at a dancing academy in his home town of Minneapolis. His first work was commercials for Target, Marshall Field’s, PepsiCo, and Best Buy.
In 2003, Massoglia began his acting career with the name “Chris Kelly” in an episode of the television program Law & Order: Criminal Intent. He auditioned for Spider-Man 2 and Bad News Bears. In 2004, he appeared two episodes in Medical Investigation and in 2005, four episodes in TNT cable television police drama Wanted.
In 2008, he started using his family name of Massoglia. Similarly, his notable work was in the 2016 movie The Matchbreaker, in which he had a minor role. In 2017, he began shooting another small independent movie, The Lumber Baron.