Christopher Horan

Christopher Brune-Horan is a writer, storyteller & playwright living in L.A.
Christopher is a Los Angeles based writer whose essays can be found on the Huffington Post, Nerve, and McSweeney's Internet Tendency. He's interned with television great David Milch and has worked on numerous television projects both in front of and behind the camera. He studied acting under Sanford Meisner, with Jeffrey Tambor, and at the Royal Academy in London.

His short play "New American Parents" was recently produced by Tiny Rhino Productions and featured at "Play - Collaborative Arts Venue" in L.A.'s downtown art's district. The full-length version of the same play is currently being workshopped.

Christopher apprentices with 3-time Moth Grand Slam winner Cole Kazdin and has performed his stories at The Moth, Tattle Tales, and Story Worthy. He was 1 of 10 finalists selected in 2014's "Story Lottery" presented by The Writing Pad, Los Angeles.

He created and hosts, "Bada Bing Bada Boom - true stories told for cash", an event in West Hollywood that features local storytellers who participate in a fun & friendly storytelling competition. The audience votes on "Favorite Story of the Night" and the winner takes home a cut of the door. To learn more about "Bada Bing...", click here.

He also teaches a popular on-going writing group in West Hollywood and offers private coaching for aspiring writers. For more information on the writing group or to book a private session with Chris, click here.

He lives in Beverly Hills with his husband Jesse and their two dogs, Sammy and Bodhi.

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