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Christopher B. Duncan stars in Centric's comedy series "First Family" as President William Johnson.

Known for his extensive range as an actor, Christopher B. Duncan has worked steadily in television, film and theater. He was a series regular on "The Jamie Foxx Show," playing the role of Braxton P. Hartnabrig, and also had recurring roles in "Jane by Design," "Lincoln Heights," "Aliens in America," "Veronica Mars," "The District," "Soulfood" and "Coach." He also played President Obama exclusively
Christopher B. Duncan
Christopher B. Duncan
for "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."

Duncan's guest-starring credits include "Bones," "ER," "Boston Legal," "Shark," "Criminal Minds," "24," "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," "Mental," "CSI: Miami," "Wanted," "The Practice," "The Parkers," "Diagnosis Murder," "Living Single," "Dream On," "Martin," "Family Matters," "Thirtysomething" and "Hardball." He also appeared on "The Bold and the Beautiful" and was a principal actor on the daytime drama "Generations."

On the big screen, Duncan has a supporting role in the "The Congress," starring Harvey Keitel and Paul Giamatti, and a leading role in "Contradictions of the Heart." Other film credits include a supporting lead in "Ticket Out," starring Ray Liotta, and leading roles in "Fair Game" and "Original Gangstas." Duncan also appeared as President Obama in one of Bollywoods most successful films, "My Name Is Khan," starring Shahrukh Khan and Kajol. Duncan made his feature film debut in "In the Army Now." In addition, he was featured in the TV movies "Deadly Medicine," "Majority Rule," "Wild Palms" and "Jack Reed 3."

Duncan received an Ovation Award nomination for Best Featured Actor for his role of the husband in Playhouse's production of "The Old Settler" with CCH Pounder. Duncan has performed with a number of distinguished theater companies, including in "Minding Goodman" at The Edgemar Theatre in Los Angeles; "Black Starline" at The Goodman Theatre in Chicago; "Rosetta Street," "How the Other Half Loves," and an award-winning production of "Equus," all at The West Coast Ensemble Theatre.

Duncan received an NAACP Theatre Award nomination for Best Actor for the Los Angeles production of "Full Court Press." He also worked with the Colorado Shakespeare Festival in "Antony and Cleopatra," "Romeo and Juliet" and "The Merry Wives of Windsor."

Duncan earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Acting from the University of Colorado, Boulder.

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Age: 46 years old
Birthday: March 4, 1970
Birthplace: Lincoln, NE
Wife: Judy (2/15/2006)

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