While still in high school in New Zealand, Chris Petrovski made a life-changing decision to pursue an acting career. To bring this to fruition, he obtained the services of an agent who helped set him on the right path. He plied his trade on a low key for a while before landing an opportunity to rub shoulders with the big guns in Los Angeles, California, inclusive.
He is currently best known for his stellar performances in Madam Secretary (2014), The Drummer and Breaking Brooklyn (2018), among many others he has taken credit for. His talent also extends to writing, an aspect of his career he is yet to fully harness. Read below for background details of the actor, as well as other facts you didn’t know about Chris Petrovski.
Chris Petrovski’s Bio (Age)
Although he was raised from infancy in New Zealand, it was in the city of Bitola, Republic of Macedonia, that Chris Petrovski was born. Shortly after his birth which took place on April 8, 1991, his parents took him along with them to New Zealand. The identities of his parents have not been made public but he once but didn’t share a name.
At One Tree Hill College in New Zealand where he studied for his high school qualification, Chris took part in the school’s production of Hamlet. At this time, Chris Petrovski was certain he wanted to try out acting as a career. He hired an agent and soon, he got a spot as an extra in a production of Spartacus: War of the Damned. The young actor got his higher education from the Unitec Institute of Technology’s acting program in New Zealand and after graduation, he relocated to Los Angeles, California, to attend Stella Adler Acting Academy on a scholarship. He also graduated from the institution with more experience and skills added to his resume.
His roles as a slave in the series Spartacus: War of the Damned (2010) serves as his first professional outing as an actor. He continued on a low key in 2012 but with credited roles in three short films – Finding Dad as Chris, Live to Tell as Brandon, Pushing Eternity as John.
2013 brought better tidings for the actor’s burgeoning career. He appeared in Loss of Life as Ricky, All Cheerleaders Die as George Shank, Coldwater as Gabriel Nunez and An Easter Bunny Puppy as Jasper. He then recorded one role in the 2014 film Soledad as Jordan.
From 2015 to 2018, Chris Petrovski graced the set of many films and TV shows. He played Ricky in H8RZ (2015), Markus in Tourbillion (2016), Corey / Cory on the set of In the Moment (2016). Between 2015 and 2018, he starred in one of his most popular roles as Dmitri Petrov in Madam Secretary. His other credits include as Carlos in Barrio (2016), as Colton in Sable (2017), as Brandon in The Body Tree (2017) and as Corey in Breaking Brooklyn (2018). His latest recorded appearance was made in National Justice (2018).
Chris Petrovski has not been in the spotlight for long and he is yet to appear in many roles as well. However, he has managed to make a decent living from the few roles he has appeared in so far. While his net worth is yet to be confirmed from a reliable source, a few media outlets have it at an estimated $0.3 million which he supposedly got from his acting career. His roles in Madam Secretary and Coldwater take credit for a huge part of the fame and fortune he enjoys today.
Since Chris is still in his prime and taking up more jobs as an actor, he is expected to make more money in the near future.
Across many quarters, Chris Petrovski is referred to as a married man. Nonetheless, the young actor seems to be single as at the time of updating this piece. Interestingly, no record of any past relationship, including marriage can be linked to him which means he is not just single but has not been married before.
Generously endowed with chiselled abs and well-toned body, there is no doubt the handsome actor is not lacking attention. Perhaps, he is focusing on taking his career to the next level before romantically getting involved with anyone.