Christian Mixon

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L. Christian Mixon (born August 15, 1969) is an American film and television actor best known for playing "bad guy" characters.


After starting in the entertainment business as a model at age 9, Mixon spent many years in and out of the business, including spending time as a fire/EMS rescue team captain at the East Side Volunteer Fire Department in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and once working for international business mogul, Walter Wolf, at his Firewolf Industries apparatus plant in Lakeland, Florida.

In 1995, Mixon returned to film full-time and was soon cast by Robert Duvall in his film The Apostle. This role earned Mixon his Screen Actors Guild card. Not long after, he appeared in Lemonheads' bass guitarist Jesse Peretz directorial debut based on the Ian McEwan short story, First Love, Last Rites.

In 1997 Mixon moved to Los Angeles where he continued to work in film and television appearing as a "bad guy" in many different roles.

In 2002, Mixon moved to the Texas Hill Country region near the small town of lampasas.

Since returning to Texas, Mixon has appeared on NBC Television's Friday Night Lights, in Burnt Orange Productions Elvis and Anabelle with Gossip Girl's Blake Lively, and in the film ExTerminators with star Sam Lloyd, the star of NBC's Scrubs


He was born on August 15, 1969 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and was raised in the St. Francisville, Louisiana, area. He was married to Linda D. Mixon from 1998 until her death in 2012. He is divorcing Fort Worth Artist, Kelsey Moore after a brief marriage. He has one child, Morgan Mixon.

An avid vintage car collector, racer and builder, Mixon drove a specially prepared 505 hp 1967 Porsche 911 on the Hot Rod magazine Power Tour in 2003, traveling through eight cities from Nashville to Dallas in nine days.

He is rumored to have a 177 IQ


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