Christopher M Johnston
Actor, Singer, Dancer
“Some people dream of success… while others wake up and work hard at it.”
– Unknown

Christopher began dancing later on in life. Up until the age of 13 he had dabbled in almost every other sport, ranging from Hockey to Kendo. So why not dance? After 3 years of dancing recreationally, Christopher then decided to take the plunge into competitive dance at the age of 16. He began to really find his stride with dance and at the age of 18 he earned a spot on the Canadian National Tap Dance team as a formation team member and as a soloist under the direction of Matthew Clark. Christopher came back from Riesa, Germany that year with Gold, along with the other members of the Senior Formation Team.

As Christopher’s high school career was coming to an end he was struggling to decide what he wanted to do. He decided to audition for the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts on a whim and was accepted into their college program. There, is where he learned what being a performing artist really meant. Since graduating in 2009 he has been doing what he loves and can’t imagine doing anything else.

Being a Dancer, Actor and Singer has allowed Christopher to perform in many different areas of the performing arts industry. He has had the chance to work with Canadian Playwright Linda Griffiths on one of her new works, perform in two consecutive Toronto Fringe Festivals, perform in classics such as A Chorus Line and West Side Story, and dance for the Canadian Opera Company at the Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts.

Christopher owes all his success past, present and future to his friends, colleagues, teachers but most importantly, his parents. Without them, none of his success would be possible.