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Chris Adler
Born December 22, 1975 (1975-12-22) (age 34)
Cheverly, Maryland, U.S.
Occupation Actor, producer, director, writer
Years active 1980s–present

Chris Adler (born December 22, 1975) is an American film actor and writer.


Chris Adler has worked in the television and film industry since the mid 1980s. He was in born in Cheverly, Maryland, in the Washington D.C. area.

Starting out as an actor, working in various types of productions, such as documentaries, to feature films, and commercials to radio plays, he was provided with the unique opportunity to witness multiple facets of production, both in front of and behind the camera.

In the early 2000s, he took a leave of absence from the industry. Upon returning in the mid 2000s, he worked relentlessly to rebuild his film connections. After working on a number of low budget independent films as an associate producer and then producer, he went on to form his own team. Writing and or directing projects such as, Demon Vision, Demented, and House of Blood.

Although he is most recognized for his work as an actor in horror films, Adler is known to act in dramatic, action, and science fiction films as well.


  • Silent Night: Agent Down (2010)
  • Penmanship (2010)
  • End of the Road (2009)
  • Wreak (2009)
  • The Heart of the Damned (2008)
  • The Last Remaining Light (2008)
  • Bloody 27 (2009)
  • Mine of Tears (2008)
  • Perception (2008)
  • Instrument of Death (2008)
  • Heiress to Perdition (2008)
  • Catharsis (2008)
  • Cyber Stripper 2069 (2008)
  • How to kill Macey Jones (2008)
  • The Auction (2008)
  • Never Back Down (2008)
  • Ace Ventura Jr: Pet Detective (2009)
  • Naked Killer (2008)
  • The Dead Walk (2008)
  • Bait Shop (2008)
  • Beethoven: The Reel Story (2008)

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