Christopher Email Borg Biography

 
Birth Place:
Salt Lake City
Bio:
Christopher Borg is an actor, comedian, performance artist and occasional writer/director living in Manhattan since 1999. Off-Broadway he originated roles in Charles Busch's acclaimed productions of "The Confession of Lily Dare" and "Judith of Bethulia" as well “Penny Pennyworth” and “The Play ... (read more)
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Birth Place: Salt Lake City

Bio:
Christopher Borg is an actor, comedian, performance artist and occasional writer/director living in Manhattan since 1999. Off-Broadway he originated roles in Charles Busch's acclaimed productions of "The Confession of Lily Dare" and "Judith of Bethulia" as well “Penny Pennyworth” and “The Play ... (read more)

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Christopher Borg is an actor, comedian, performance artist and occasional writer/director living in Manhattan since 1999. Off-Broadway he originated roles in Charles Busch's acclaimed productions of "The Confession of Lily Dare" and "Judith of Bethulia" as well “Penny Pennyworth” and “The Play About the Naked Guy.” Other notable New York credits include "The Complete & Condensed Stage Directions Of Eugene O’Neill Part II" (Drama Desk Nomination), "Locker #4173b" (New York IT Award "Outstanding Performance Art Production") and "(Not) Just a Day Like Any Other" (NY IT Award "Outstanding Ensemble") with the New York Neo-Futurists, Doric Wilson’s "Street Theatre" and "A Perfect Relationship" for TOSOS, "And Miss Reardon Drinks a Little with Retro Productions (NY IT nomination for "Outstanding Featured Actor"), "Dining With Ploetz" and "Off the King's Road" at Theatre for the New City, "The Death of Griffin Hunter" at The Brick and "Modern Living" at LaMama Etc.



As a member of the New York Neo-Futurists Borg actively wrote and performed in their long-running hit "Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind" (now "The Infinite Wrench") from 2007-2015 (NY IT Awards "Outstanding Performance Art Production" and "Outstanding Ensemble").



Directing credits include “Bernadette & The Butcher of Broadway” and "Tonylust" at the Duplex. His work has garnered multiple nominations and several New York IT Awards for his acting, writing and direction, 2 OOBR Awards, and nominations for a GLAAD Media Award and an HX Award and he has garnered praise in the NY Times, Variety, NY Post and NY Magazine.



Regional Credits include "Gross Indecency" (Studio Theatre - DC), "Shakespeare’s R&J" and "Romeo and Juliet" (Folger Shakespeare Theatre - DC), "Raised in Captivity" (Woolly Mammoth Theatre - DC), "Bent" (Washington Shakespeare Co. - DC), "Pterodactyls" and "Ruthless" (The Source Theatre - DC), "The Only Thing Worse You Could Have Told Me…By Dan Butler" (Church Street - DC), "Jeffrey" (Rep Stage Co. - DC), "The Taming of the Shrew", "The School for Scandal" and "Richard II" (The Shakespeare Theatre - DC), "The Grapes of Wrath", "Henry V" and "The 1940's Radio Hour" (Pioneer Theatre Co. - SLC).



Borg was originally trained in the classics as an Acting Fellow at the Shakespeare Theatre in DC under the tutelage of Michael Kahn and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre – Acting Emphasis from the Univ. of Utah (Dir. Kenneth Washington).



In addition to being a performer, Borg has been a stand-up comedian, improv artist, dialect coach, cellist, and back-up vocalist for the now-defunct indie band “Utah Mafia.”

Christopher Email Borg Awards and Nominations

(winners are in red)

 
IT Awards - 2009 - Outstanding Ensemble Gold Star
Christopher Borg(Not) Just A Day Like Any Other
 
IT Awards - 2009 - Outstanding Ensemble
Christopher BorgToo Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind
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