Christian Stolte Bio, Age, Net Worth, Family, Wife, Movies

Christian Stolte Biography

Christian Stolte is a American actor. He is a Chicago-based character actor. He is famously known for his role on the TV series Prison Break. He portrayed the role of corrections officer in the series.

He is also known for his role as Charles Makley in the film Public Enemies. As the chief appraiser, he starred in The Onion’s web series Lake Dredge Appraisal. He also has a role as Clarence Darby in the film Law Abiding Citizen.
His career begun when he was way back in college. During this time, he started to get some regular roles. He spent most of his time around the theaters than in college. This forced him to drop out. He dropped out when he was in his third year.
Christian Stolte later got some off-Broadway roles in plays. Among them include; The Count of Tuscany, Harry and His Mates, Some Sad Day, Pillena Course and others. He later left the theater just as his career was lighting up. It is believed that he went to study a diploma in an acting.
During the time he was away, his star had started dimming. For lack of jobs, he supported himself financially by playing music in pubs. He also worked on part-time basis in hotels. After completing his degree, he went back to theaters. He had however lost his connections.
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Christian Stolte was approached by an old friend 1997, who wanted him to star in a play “Canus Lunis Balloonis”. The play was to be featured at the Red Orchid Theater in Chicago. He played a major part in that play, and later won the Joseph Jefferson Award for New Work. He is also known for his role as Keith Stolte in TV series Prison Break.
Apart from acting, he has provided his voice for a number of films. His voice work (or voice acting) with Breathe Bible. He is currently in the NBC series Chicago Fire where he portrays Randy McHolland (Mouch).

Christian Stolte Age

Christian Stolte was born in St. Louis, Missouri, United States of America. He was born on 16th October, 1961. He is currently 57 years old as of 2018.

Christian Stolte Net Worth

Acting is rewarding. Especially for someone like Christian Stolte. Talent is the most rewarding job in the world. For a man who has appeared in a number of movies like the Law Abiding Citizen, he has a lot to show off. He has a net worth of approximately $4 million.

Christian Stolte Family

Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Christian Stolte is the only child of his parents. His father was in a rock band a few years back. His mother played banjo. It is her who taught him to play banjo at the age of 6. He has 4 half-siblings from his father’s previous marriage.
He is a great fan of American football. He played as a quarterback before he graduated from his school. He also was involved in a pop band back then. He played guitar solos and performed gigs around his vicinity.

Christian Stolte Wife | Christian Stolte Married

Though it seems like Christian is a married man, there is no information about his marriage. Christian Stolte has succeeded in keeping his life a complete secret. He has also not talked about his sexual orientation and so we can not confirm whether he is gay or not. He could be single too. Who knows!

Christian Stolte Movies And Tv Shows

  • 2017 Anita (filming) as John Griggs
  • 2016–Present Chicago Med as Randall “Mouch” McHolland
  • 2016 The Man in the Silo as Charlie
  • 2016 For A Good Time (short film) as Bus Stop
  • 2016 Boyband as Dennis “Damn Straight” Stevens
  • 2016 Hidden Tears:Tanya (short film) as Counselor
  • 2015–Present Chicago P.D. as Randall “Mouch” McHolland
  • 2012–Present Chicago Fire as Randall “Mouch” McHolland
  • 2009 Public Enemies as Charles Makley
  • 2009 Law Abiding Citizen as Clarence James Darby
  • 2005-2007 Prison Break as Corrections Officer Keith Stolte
  • 2000 The Brother 2 as Police officer

Christian Stolte Interview

Q: What are the recent projects you have been working on?
Christian Stolte: Shooting “Chicago Fire”is a pretty time-consuming endeavor and I’ve got kids and grandkids that occupy whatever time I have left over from that, so there is not a ton of free time for me to pursue other projects. Miranda Rae Mayo and I have been working on some songs together. We have a gig coming up in October. And Joe Minoso, Yuri Sardarov and I are always mapping out comedy sketches for a future stage show. But other than that, it’s all “Fire” all the time.
Q: What can you tease is new this season on “Chicago Fire” and with your character Mouch?
Christian Stolte: We have more than the usual number of shake-ups at 51 at the top of the season, so there are a few things that have to be sorted out and adjusted to, not the least of which is the loss of our beloved Dawson (Monica Raymund). We’ve also got a couple new faces at 51, one of whom is a firefighter Mouch becomes personally invested in. They are a couple of fine actors and really lovely people whom I think the audience is going to embrace readily.
Q: Do you get much input into how Mouch continues to evolve throughout the seasons?
Christian Stolte: Well, yes and no. The writers inevitably incorporate aspects of an actor’s personality that they have observed into future storylines, but it’s not often I propose Mouch-related ideas directly to them.
Q: “Chicago Fire” is always pushing boundaries and testing its characters’ limits and relationships. How does this season go even further?
Christian Stolte: We are going to see Casey (Jesse Spencer) navigating new waters without his steady partner by his side. I think that’s going to be interesting. And I’ve heard whispers that down the road Mouch is going to get into a rather unpleasant, protracted dustup with one of his closest friends at the firehouse.
Q: Will we seeing Mouch bonding with anyone new this season or will he be growing even closer to any of the core group of firefighters?
Christian Stolte: There is an interesting dynamic between Mouch and a new candidate that I hope to see play out in unexpected ways.
Q: The show often has crossovers with other “Chicago” series. Who haven’t you worked with on a One Chicago episode that you’d like to share a scene with?
Christian Stolte: Like every actor I know, I am a huge fan of Oliver Platt and would love to have a nice scene with him. Also, I’d love to work more closely with Colin [Donnell] from “Med,” LaRoyce [Hawkins] from “PD” and I always, always want more scenes with my beloved wife Trudy (Amy Morton).
Q: How will Trudy and Mouch’s marriage evolve this season?
Christian Stolte: Not really sure about that. We haven’t been seeing much of their relationship lately though, again, I sure would love to explore that further. Amy Morton makes every scene she’s in better than it could ever be without her.
Q: What have been some of your most memorable moments from filming “Chicago Fire” throughout the seasons?
Christian Stolte: As we are rolling into our seventh season, there are just too many moments for me to isolate any particular ones but enjoying the company of this cast and finding creative ways to fill our down time has been an endless source of joy for me.
Q: What do you think it is about “Chicago Fire” that continues to make it such a fan favorite series?
Christian Stolte: I think there’s just something universal about the family dynamic on the show and in the nature of the incidents and accidents we respond to. It doesn’t matter what country or culture you come from, when you see a car dangling on the edge of a precipice with someone trapped inside, you have a pretty good idea of what’s at stake.
Q: You are a part of social media. Do you enjoy the instant fan feedback you receive to episodes?
Christian Stolte: It is certainly a whole new world when it comes to audience feedback. I generally enjoy it, but I am easily irked when someone says something nasty or unpleasant about one of my coworkers, who happen to be among my dearest friends. In times like that, I confess I’m tempted to shut the whole thing down and not participate anymore.
Q: What would you like to say to everyone who is a fan and supporter of you and the work that you do?
Christian Stolte: I would like to express my deep appreciation of their support for our show and to assure them we are always doing our damnedest to make this season the best one yet.

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