Christopher was in Major Crimes Season 2 Episode 2. I’ve been away for a while and gonna continue updating this site.
Well after quite a while, I am back. I haven’t had much to update the site with since I haven’t found anything new on Christopher. But I will probably be updating the site soon. But its not abandoned just on hiatus.
Since all facebook pages are being deleted SDR was the first to go. It’s now permanently deleted. It was a lot of hard work that I didn’t have time for. But LucasHQ is a facebook page that I will post information for all sites, none of the updates will list what the actors are doing but what we are doing. I will list our anniversary updates, problems we are fixing, just different things whatever comes up that people need to know. It’s a way of bringing everyone together on who supports what we do so I hope you will join us and like our page. Here’s the location: LUCASHQ
Hey guys, been doing lots of stuff lately but I am back. I just checked and seen what was new with Christopher and found he did a short drama called The Hearing.
Here’s the description of it: Cassie’s mother was killed in a botched robbery 15 years ago. One of the convicted men, Tommy Wolfe, is up for parole. Tommy has reach out to Cassie and they’ve struck up a friendship. Cassie is struggling with what to say to the parole board who wants to keep Tommy behind bars. Cassie believes Tommy’s done enough time. This story shows Cassie’s struggle with right and wrong.
Still have to do some more stuff so be back soon…..
Christopher J. Hanke (Broadway: How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Rent. TV/Film: Brothers & Sisters,Big Love) plays Tommy Boatwright, hospital worker and volunteer in Ned Week’s organization in The Normal Heart. Find out what this “often hilarious” (Talkin’ Broadway) actor takes with him on the road.
How familiar were you with The Normal Heart before you were cast? What attracted you to the project?
I saw the play this past year on Broadway and it was life-changing. I knew one day I had to take the plunge into this material.
What three words best describe your character?
Caretaker. Southern. Bitch.
What creature comforts do you bring with you when you work out of town?
Tons of clothes! You never know when the White House is going to call and invite you to a State Dinner (tux) or when the cast gets a day on a yacht invite (speedo – kidding!!! … not really though)!
This play leaves people inspired and energized. What would you like audiences to take away from the show?
I hope the younger audiences take away the educational, informative aspects of our American History this play delivers. For me, I knew little about this time, this struggle, this pandemic.