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Chris Pudlo

Chris Pudlo hails from the 'burbs of Detroit, Michigan. He moved to Los Angeles as a young pup in 2001 to pursue his eccentric acting career. His first gig was playing “Frankenfurter” in “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” at The Nuart Theater’s midnight screenings. In 2006 he appeared in “Southern Baptist Sissies” and “Sordid Lives: It’s a Drag.” Both of these shows then went on a national tour in the summer/fall of 2006. Chris made his television debut in “Sordid Lives: The Series “(2007). Chris realized that in order to get work you need to create it for yourself. In 2010, Chris and his best friend Craig Taggart wrote their own show: “Hollywood-Uh, Could-Uh, Should-Uh!” which has been successfully running intermittently since its premiere. Chris has been in a variety of films and stage productions since 2012. Stage credits include: “The Chuck Rivers Show,” “Streep Tease,” “WOW: The Women of Woody Allen,” “Cruisin’” and “Here’s to Love.” Film credits include: “The Trouble with Barry,” “If we took a Holiday,” “The Far Flung Star,” “Occupying Ed” and “Hell Town.” Chris also has a cameo in the documentary “Best Worst Movie.” Most recently, Chris teamed up once again with Craig Taggart and they created and both star in the show “Rise ‘n Shine with Bette & Juliette” which is a morning talk show hosted by Bette Midler (Taggart) and Juliette Lewis (Pudlo). The show has been successfully running since June of 2014 to sold-out audiences and will continue to play into 2015. Chris studied acting with Academy Award nominee Sally Kirkland as well as taking classes at The Upright Citizens Brigade & The Groundlings School of Improv. He is currently a member Anthony Meindl’s Acting Workshop and has been there since 2012. Chris is beyond thrilled to be a part of The Homecoming Queen family and he hopes to continue this amazing journey with this immensely talented cast and crew.