Chris, a 46-year-old actor and comedian who resides in Los Angeles, CA, certainly brings funny to the ballroom.
He is best known for his work as a cast member on Saturday Night Live, playing Bob on the first four seasons of The Middle, and taking on the role of Doug Butabi -- Will Ferrell's sidekick -- in 1998's film A Night at the Roxbury.
Chris and Witney didn't have the best showing on Dancing with the Stars' premiere last week, as they landed at the bottom of the judges' leaderboard in twelfth and last place, but maybe things will turn around for the energetic couple!
Below is a list of 5 facts Reality TV World has compiled about Christopher Lee Kattan:
- He was born on October 19, 1970, to father Kip King, who was an actor on Reno 911!, and mother Hajnalka Biro, who once posed for Playboy and worked as a model in London.
Chris' stepfather was a Buddhist therapist and monk, and he has a half-brother.
- Chris moved to New York City to work on Saturday Night Live from 1996 to 2003.
His famous characters on the show include Mr. Peepers, Mango, Kyle DeMarco from The DeMarco Brothers, Azrael Abyss, Suel Forrester, Gay Hitler, and one of the Butabi Brothers known for their signature head-bobbing.
- In January 2014, Chris competed on Rachael vs. Guy: Celebrity Cook-Off hosted by Guy Fieri and Rachael Ray, but he was the first contestant eliminated in Episode 2.
- Chris wed model Sunshine Deia Tutt in June 2008, but the couple separated in August of that year. Their divorce was finalized in February 2009.
- After Chris broke his neck thanks to "a stunt thing," he needed four major surgeries over the course of 20 years, People reported.
Dancing with the Stars asked him to join the cast twice, but he wasn't physically able to competitively dance five to 10 years ago.