Chris Graebe

Chris Graebe

Chris Graebe was a long time singer with his high school choir in Ellettesville, Indiana. He later attended Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana and began searching for new and varied opportunities in the entertainment business. He went on to act in a short film titled "Chaperone" which received numerous awards for its filmmakers. C... Show more »
Chris Graebe was a long time singer with his high school choir in Ellettesville, Indiana. He later attended Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana and began searching for new and varied opportunities in the entertainment business. He went on to act in a short film titled "Chaperone" which received numerous awards for its filmmakers. Chris then began the long road to fame by auditioning for every major entertainment reality program he could find, including Making the Band, the Real World, American Idol, and Paradise Island. While he consistently placed among the top finalist he never quite made the final cut. In January 2003 he was finally chosen to replace Abram Boise on Road Rules: South Pacific and was given 2-days notice to fly to New Zealand to join the rest of the cast. Chris has been very active on the professional youth and Christian speakers circuit and also has plans to dedicate more time to his first love in the arts, singing. Show less «
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