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CHRISTOPHER GORHAM of USA'S COVERT AFFAIRS!

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Christopher Gorham, who plays Auggie Anderson on USA's "Covert Affairs," makes his first appearance on BuzzWorthy Radio. Audiences will likely best remember Gorham from his role on ABC’s “Ugly Betty” as Betty’s boyfriend, Henry, as well as the critically-acclaimed CBS Series “Harper’s Island.” Prior to that, he was a series regular on the NBC comedy “Out of Practice” opposite Henry Winkler, Ty Burrell, Stockard Channing and Jennifer Tilly and also starred as Dr. McCabe opposite Neal McDonough in NBC’s “Medical Investigation.” Other television credits include recurring roles on both “Felicity” and “Party of Five.” Gorham also has guest-starred on such series as “CSI,” “Without a Trace,” “Boomtown” and “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” before transitioning to leading man in “Jake 2.0.” In the acclaimed action-adventure drama series he starred as Jake Foley, a computer technician whose life is drastically changed when he is accidentally injected with microscopic machines that invade his nervous system and endow him with superhuman abilities. Gorham also starred in the sci-fi adventure series “Odyssey 5” with Peter Weller. Gorham made his feature film debut in acclaimed director Danny Boyle’s “A Life Less Ordinary,” with Ewan McGregor and Cameron Diaz. In direct contrast, he starred opposite Anne Hathaway as a missionary who heads to Tongan Islands in the film “The Other Side of Heaven” for producer Gerald Molen. He recently completed starring roles in four independent films, the latest being “The Ledge” opposite Liv Tyler, Patrick Wilson and Terrence Howard. In addition to acting in television and film, Gorham also completed a guest star performance role in the Off-Broadway production of “Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell” at the Minetta Lane Theatre. A native of Fresno, CA, Gorham, attended UCLA. While there, he met his wife, actress Anel Lopez, Gorham with whom he now has two sons and a daughter.

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