Christian Hoff

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Christian Hoff
Broadway on Broadway, September 2006
Born (1968-04-21) April 21, 1968 (age 56)
Years active1976–present
SpouseMelissa Hoff

Christian Hoff (born April 21, 1968) is an American actor.


Hoff was born in San Francisco, California, and later moved with his family to San Diego. At eight years old he began acting at the San Diego Junior Theater, and not long after was playing Winthrop in The Music Man.


Since then he has appeared on numerous television, big screen and Broadway shows. Most recently, he had a guest role as Marty on All My Children.

He starred until 2008 in the original cast production of Jersey Boys which opened at the August Wilson theater on Broadway in 2005. His dynamic portrayal of Tommy DeVito, one of the founding members of Four Seasons musical group, won him the "Best Featured Actor in a Musical" Tony award in 2006. He was scheduled to return to Broadway in the Roundabout Theatre's 2008 production of Pal Joey in the title role; however due to an injury he was forced to leave the production.

He is currently with The Midtown Men, a group that consist of four former cast members of Jersey Boys who perform music from the 1960s. Hoff holds the world record for "Most Character Voices in an Audio Book" for Tell Me How You Love the Picture, based on the career of movie producer Ed Feldman. In it, he performs 241 separate voices.[1]

Personal life[edit]

He is married to the actress Melissa Hoff and together they have three daughters: Elizabeth, Evelyn and Ella.[citation needed] Christian has two children from a previous marriage: Eli and Erika.[citation needed]




  1. ^ Dave Karger (23 March 2007). "Christian Hoff is the Master of Mimicry". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2008-07-10.

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