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Tyler Christopher (actor)

Tyler Christopher
Born Tyler Christopher Baker
(1972-11-11) November 11, 1972
Joliet, Illinois, U.S.
Other names Tyler Baker
Occupation Actor
Years active 1996–present
Spouse(s) Eva Longoria (m. 2002; div. 2004)
Brienne Pedigo (m. 2008)
Children Greysun Christopher

Tyler Christopher (born Tyler Christopher Baker; November 11, 1972)[1] is an American actor. He is best known for his role as Nikolas Cassadine (1996–1999, 2003–2011, 2013—) and Connor Bishop (2004–2005) on the ABC soap opera General Hospital.

Early life

Christopher was born in Joliet, Illinois and grew up in Delaware, Ohio,[2] the youngest of four children.[3] He is of Native American heritage, as his mother Jimi-Ann is Choctaw and his father Jim Baker is Seneca. About his Native American background, Christopher has said "I've been recognized within the Native American community in terms of entertainment. There's not a lot of us out there, not tons of competition. We are definitely a minority amongst a minority, but we're out there. Not everyone's Italian or Latin that has dark hair and dark eyes."[4]

He attended Ohio Wesleyan University for two years and then moved to Los Angeles.[5]

Personal life

Christopher was married to Eva Longoria from 2002 to 2004. He has also been linked to former General Hospital actress Vanessa Marcil.[6] From 2005 to 2007 he had an on again off again relationship with Natalia Livingston.[5] Christopher married Brienne Pedigo on September 27, 2008, and their son, Greysun James, was born on October 3, 2009.[7][8]


Year Film Role Notes
1996 General Hospital Nikolas Cassadine
Connor Bishop
July 15, 1996–1999, April 21, 2003–June 30, 2011, July 27, 2011 to July 30, 2011, March 22, 2013 to present
September 2004-January 2005
1999 Catfish in Black Bean Sauce Michael
2000 Face the Music Dan
The Pretender Ethan 2 episodes: "The Inner Sense" (part 1 & 2)
Charmed Anton 1 episode
Angel Bret Folger 1 episode
Family Law Neil Lumston 1 episode
2001 The Pretender 2001 Ethan
Days of Our Lives Signore Christofero 1 episode
Felicity Clubgoer 1 episode
Out of the Black Cole Malby
Sam's Circus Sgt. Samuel Van Handle
Special Unit 2 Det. David Scott 1 episode
2002 Frogmen Operation Stormbringer Rick
The Division Seaman Stan Bellows 1 episode
JAG GSGT Joe Akers 1 episode
Boomtown Holden McKay 1 episode
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Billy Rattison 1 episode
The Twilight Zone Dr. Jay Ferguson Episode: "One Night at Mercy"
2003 Crossing Jordan Officer Fisher 1 episode
2005 Into the West Jacob Wheeler Jr. unknown episodes
2006 Secrets of a Small Town Grant Wilson 1 episode
2009 Raven Vlad
The New York City Kitties Alexandar Vander Platt/Handsome Devil in development
2011-2013 The Lying Game Dan Whitehorse



  1. ^ "Rookie Of The Year".  
  2. ^ Soap Opera Digest & Weekly Home Page
  3. ^ About the Actors | Tyler Christopher | General Hospital @
  4. ^
  5. ^ a b "Celeb Spotlight: Tyler Christopher".  
  6. ^ Ciaccia, Maria. "Tyler Christopher".  
  7. ^ "Tyler Christopher Welcomes Son Greysun James".  
  8. ^ Fit for a Prince". Soap Opera Digest. July 22, 2013. p. 45.
  9. ^ TV Guide, June 1998

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