Christopher Stanley is an American actor best known for his role as Henry Francis on the peroid drama television series Mad Men.
Stanley was born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island. He trained as an actor at the prestigious Loft Studio under Peggy Feury and Bill Traylor. He continued his studies with Bobby Lewis and Jose Quintero of the Actors Studio.
Chris has made numerous guest star appearances on multiple television series over the years, including Without A Trace, Boston Legal, 24, Philly, Brooklyn South, and Family Law.
He also had recurring roles on The X-Files, In Plain Sight, Cracker and the critically acclaimed award winning show NYPD Blue, for his powerful portrayal of Pete Szymanski.
Two of the episodes Chris performed in received the Humanitas and Peabody awards which depicted racial intolerance among police officers and its impact on the station house and society at large.
He is a loyal New England Patriot, Red Sox and Celtics fan and he still enjoys the sport of boxing; a practice he took up as a youngster, which came in handy in a household of five brothers.