Chris Carmack

Actor Biography

Chris Carmack studied at NYU’s esteemed Tisch Adler Conservatory for two years before heading out to Los Angeles, where he helped launch the theatrical production of “Elephant.” His work in the play attracted the attention of the producers from the hit drama “The O.C.,” who cast him as Luke Ward in the series in 2003.

After completing his work on “The O.C.,” Carmack returned to the stage in NY at the Roundabout Theater Company, where he took on the role of Sloan in “Entertaining Mr. Sloan,” alongside Alec Baldwin and Jan Maxwell. Most recently Carmack was in London playing John Buchanan in Tennessee Williams’ “Summer and Smoke.”

Carmack plays the guitar and saxophone. He can be followed on Twitter @RealCarmack.