We have a new set of Chrises for our Chris Craziness Tournament, this time we have a Law & Order: Special Victims Unit alum and sports commentator.
We are gearing up for Day 6 of our Chris Craziness Tournament. We had our first real upset of the tournament. Kris Jenner has just been unseeded by none other than Kris Humphries, her ex-son-in-law…for 80 days. Talk about some excitement, but it’s all up to you the voters. Please keep voting and retweeting the polls. If you aren’t already following the Culturess Twitter account, do it right now. You don’t want to miss any of our Chris Craziness Tournament polls.
Christopher Meloni arrives at the WGN America’s “Underground” Los Angeles Premiere held at The Theatre at ACE Hotel in Los Angeles, California on Wednesday, March 2, 2016 (Photo By Sthanlee B. Mirador) *** Please Use Credit from Credit Field ***
Christopher Meloni (Actor)
Christopher Peter Meloni is an American actor who is best known as Elliot Stabler on the NBC hit police drama Law and Order: Special Victims Unit. While that might be what he is best known for but it’s not what gave him his big break. It was Meloni’s portrayal of bisexual prisoner Chris Keller on HBO hit series OZ. While most of his roles tend to be more dramatic, he also does comedy very well. He has appeared in the tv shows Scrubs, Surviving Jack and his latest project Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp.
Jan 27, 2015; Phoenix, AZ, USA; NBC Sports analyst Cris Collinsworth talks to reporters during the NBC Sports Group Press Conference at Media Center-Press Conference Room B. Mandatory Credit: Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports
Cris Collinsworth (NFL Football Player and Sportscaster)
Anthony Chris Collinsworth is a former NFL football player but is best known for his sports commentary. Collingsworth football career started at the University of Florida in Gainesville. He was a highly recruited quarterback coming out of high school but in college found his place as wide receiver. When the NFL came knocking the Cincinnati Bengals drafted him in the second round. He spent his entire eight-year career with the Bengals, but due to a severe ankle injury, he retired from the NFL. After retirement, Collingsworth started working as a sports radio talk show in Cincinnati, and the rest they say is history. It wasn’t long before he was getting television assignments from all of the major networks.
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