Christopher Lucas

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Christopher Patrick Lucas (born December 6, 1968) sometimes billed as Chris Lucas or Christopher Lucas, is a veteran actor. He voiced Grand Theft Auto: Vice Cities Congressman Alex Shrub as well as other assorted characters in the Grand Theft Auto series and many local and national commercials and TV shows, including MTV's Celebrity Deathmatch. He made his soap opera debut on "As The World Turns" as Oscar Phelps in 2002, and has also appeared on ABC's "One Life To Live." He played Young Jack Donaghy on NBC's "30 Rock" in 2011.

Chris was born in Jersey City, New Jersey to legendary New York Yankees broadcaster, Ed Lucas. He began his career as a professional actor at the age of 14 in the Sherlock Holmes/Charlton Heston play, Cruficer of Blood while still attending Saint Aloysius High School in Jersey City. He performed in many shows at New Jersey City University before moving full-time into acting. Among his other TV and film credits are roles on Spin City and in the Sidney Lumet HBO film "Strip Search."

In recent years, he has written and developed a one person show about Walt Disney entitled "Of Mouse and Man" which he performs at universities, libraries and civic centers across the country.

He is also the CEO of Celebrity Letters (http://www.celebrityletters.com) which helps to boost literacy skills through the use of writing letters to notable people.

Chris has two young sons. He lives in suburban New Jersey, just outside of New York City.

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Christopher Lucas at the Internet Movie Database

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