Christopher Marquette is an American actor known for his roles in the television series Joan of Arcadia and Strong Medicine; and for his roles in the feature films Freddy vs. Jason (2003), Alpha Dog (2006) and Fanboys (2008).
Marquette made his feature film debut at the age of 8 in Sweet Nothing.
He received a crash course in piano for his starring role in The Tic Code, in which he portrayed a jazz prodigy who suffers from Tourette's Syndrome, and in 2003 starred in Freddy vs. Jason and The Girl Next Door.
His other television credits include regular roles in Pasadena and Aliens in the Family, a recurring role in Strong Medicine and guest-starring roles in Law & Order, ER, Beverly Hills 90210 and two episodes of Touched by an Angel.
He has also done voice-over work as a regular in the animated series The Kids from Room 402, Lloyd in Space and The Mummy.
Marquette's theatre credits include a Broadway production of An Inspector Calls and the role of Tiny Tim in A Christmas Carol at the Theater at Madison Square Garden.
He was born in Stuart, Florida, and spent his early childhood in Dallas before his family relocated to New York City and, later, Los Angeles to support his career aspirations.