Christopher Gray is a Canadian film and television actor from Vancouver, British Columbia, known on ReBoot for being the third actor to provide the voice of young Enzo Matrix throughout Season 3 (1997).
Away from the stage, Christopher is a dedicated vegan and animal-rights activist. He also enjoys skateboarding and snowboarding, when not performing with the Calgary-based Alberta Ballet.
Christopher is a member of the Banff Centre's Festival Dance Company. He has performed in Brian Macdonald's Canto Indio, Benjamin Hatcher's Covenant, and as a soloist in Crystal Pite's Quest and Brian Macdonald's Requiem 9/11 Project.
Christopher received his classical training at Vancouver's Goh Ballet Academy, and went on to study modern and jazz dance with Rachael Poirier's Danzmode. His performing experience includes two tours of China and Japan with the Goh Ballet Company.
Christopher has made a name for himself with numerous anime, film, and TV series roles. These include Iron Thunder; Tonya & Nancy: The Inside Story; X-Men: Evolution (as Lance "Avalanche" Alvers); My Name Is Earl (2006); E-Ring (2005); Gilmore Girls (2002); The Secret of the Nutcracker (2007); Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie (1998); Night Visitors (1996); Fear (1996, as Reese Witherspoon's young stepbrother); Fighting for My Daughter; and two episodes of The Commish (he portrayed a different character in each). He also guest-starred on Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years (as a young hostage) and on Michael Dudikoff's 1994 series Cobra, and had a recurring role as "Oliver Dickens" in Mary-Kate & Ashley in Action!.