Drew Fuller

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Drew Fuller
Drew Fuller Army Wives 2012.jpg
Fuller in February 2012
Born Andrew Alan Fuller
(1980-05-19) May 19, 1980 (age 34)
Atherton, California
Occupation Actor, model, writer
Years active 1999–present

Andrew Alan "Drew" Fuller (born May 19, 1980) is an American actor and former male model. He is best known for his portrayal of Chris Halliwell in the television series Charmed and for playing soldier Trevor LeBlanc on Lifetime's Army Wives.

Early life[edit]

Fuller was born in Atherton, California and grew up in Newport Beach; he has a younger sister, Hilary. He has Russian, Scottish, English and Italian ancestry.[citation needed]

Career[edit]

Fuller was discovered by an agent when he was 12 years old, after a family friend put him on the cover of UCLA Magazine. Deciding to wait a few years, Fuller eventually entered the modeling world at age sixteen and quickly became a top model for such companies as Prada, Club Med, and Tommy Hilfiger. He has appeared in many commercials including J.Crew, Subway, Toyota and Pepsi opposite Britney Spears. He also took part in the music video for The Calling's Wherever You Will Go, playing the new boyfriend of the betrayed teenage girl whose relationship is the subject of the video.

Fuller became known for playing Chris Halliwell on Charmed, a starring and guest star role from seasons 5-8 of the show. In the series, his character is the second son of Piper (Holly Marie Combs) and Leo (Brian Krause) and engages in time travel to save his older brother Wyatt (Wes Ramsey). Fuller's most recent roles are in The Ultimate Gift, a drama released on March 9, 2007, and in the series Army Wives which airs on Lifetime. He also co-starred in ABC Family's television movie The Circuit.

Fuller has finished filming for an independent feature film, The Kane Files: Life Of Trial.[1]

Fuller made a cameo in the music video "Tired of Being Sorry" for Balthazar Getty's band Ringside. He also made an appearance in the film Loaded.

Other works: TV commercial for Subway (2003), appears in the pro-WGA strike video on YouTube "Writer Boi" (2007), writer - Bowlerman Begins (short) (2010)

Filmography[edit]

Films[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2000 Voodoo Academy Paul St. Clair Direct-to-Video
2001 One Cole Short Film
2001 Backflash 2: Angels Don't Sleep Here Teenage Jesse
2002 Vampire Clan Rod Ferrell
2003 Close Call Sam
2005 Final Contract: Death on Delivery David Glover
2006 The Ultimate Gift Jason Stevens
2007 Numbered With The Dead Tommy 'Two Toes' Garelli Direct-to-Video
2007 Blonde Ambition Billy
2008 Loaded Brendan
2010 The Kane Files: Life of Trial Scott Kane Awards: Won- Best Actor on San Diego Film Festival
2013 Fatal Instinct Danny Gates
2015 The Night Before Sean

Television appearances[edit]

Year TV Series Role Episodes
1999 Partners Tom My Sister, My Enemy
2002 Home of the Brave Justin Briggs TV Film
2003 Black Sash Nick Reed Prime Suspect, The Prodigal Son, Date Night
2003 The O.C. Norland Pilot
2003-2006 Charmed Christopher Halliwell 25 Episodes, Main Cast (Season 6), Guest Star (Season 5, 7 & 8)
2006 Huff Josh A Cornfield Grows in L.A.
2007–2012 Army Wives Trevor LeBlanc 103 Episodes, Main Cast
2008 The Circuit Kid Walker TV Film
2011 NCIS: Los Angeles Conner Maslin Honor
2014 Perfect On Paper Coop TV Film

Television talk shows and interviews[edit]

TV Series Date Notes
InFANity: Army Wives 15 June 2008 TV series documentary
ExtraTV.com 2 episodes
Emmy Awards TV Guide Party
ExtraTV.com
Access Hollywood 7 January 2004
On Air With Ryan Seacrest 10 May 2004 Radio Interviews
The Wayne Brady Show 11 March 2004
The Sharon Osbourne Show 9 December 2008
Good Day Live 14 November 2003
E! News Live 7 August 2003, 13 November 2003
Navy Wife Radio Interview
TheSOP.org Interview Radio Interview
Fa La La La Lifetime
Z104 FM Radio Interview
The WB’s All Star Party 2003, 2004
98PXY Radio Interview
AOL Jessica’s Crush

Music video appearances[edit]

Year Artist Song
2001 The Calling Wherever You Will Go
2002 Jennifer Love Hewitt BareNaked
2005 Lindsay Lohan Over
Ringside Tired of Being Sorry
2006 Sara Groves Something Changed
Ed Goggin Legacy

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Who was that bloody guy at Utah Valley Hospital?". The Daily Herald. 2009. Retrieved 2009-11-16. 

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