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Christopher Wiehl (1970)

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Christopher Wiehl is an American actor.

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Wiehl was born in Yakima, Washington. He graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts degree in dramatic arts. He is the brother of legal analyst Lis Wiehl.

Wiehl has starred in several plays during his college career such as Henry V, The Owl and the Pussycat and Lonestar. Perhaps his most prominent role has been as the quarterback Derek McConnell in ESPN's short-lived series Playmakers. Wiehl has made guest appearances on television shows including Popular, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Birds of Prey and Charmed . He had a spotlight role in the 2000 film Broken Hearts Club as J.Crew Guy. He also played a small role in the movie Can't Hardly Wait

Wiehl was a guest star on Buffy the Vampire Slayer during season one, in the role of "Owen" in the episode "Never Kill a Boy on the First Date". He also played a police officer in 'Hollywood Homicide' in 2003 as 'Cheeseburger Cop'.

In 2006, he played Jake Dunne on Love Monkey. He has a recurring role as Roger on Jericho.

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