Age, Height, Weight etc: ✎edit
Chris has not opened up about his scholarships.
Measurements, Body: ✎edit
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Family, Mother, Father, Wife & Husbands, Kids ✎edit
Father: Colfer’s father is Timothy.
Mother: He has a mum whose name is Karyn. His family is all Irish.
Siblings: Chris sister’s name is Hannah.
Husbands and kids: Colfer isn’t a family guy yet without children in hisplans in the future.
Boyfriends & Girlfriends, Relationship ✎edit
Sexual orientation: homosexual.
Colfer has a romance with Will Sherrod.
Chris Colfer Money, Net Worth ✎edit
In 2017, Chris’ fortune accounted for $5 million.
Houses & Cars ✎edit
Place of living: Colfer residence is in Los Angeles, California.
Cars: To the regret of Chris’ fans, there is nothing to tell about the guy’s garage.
Facts and Favorite Things: ✎edit
- Colfer had been working as a clerk and an ice-cream scooper.
- In 1998, he underwent a surgery which left the scar on his neck.
- In 2007, he managed to lose weight.
- He is the author of the script of the musical called “Sweeney Todd” which was eventually directed by Shirley Todd. He was just a high school student at that period. He played the lead role of Mr. Lovett.
Misc Questions ✎edit
What trophies did the role of Kurt bring to him?
His rendition on the Glee project was critically acclaimed. He won a Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, Teen Choice Award, as well as received many other nominations.
Did he initially audition for Kurt?
In fact, there was no such character in the script. His audition for Artie impressed everyone and producers decided to create the role of Kurt for him. The character was given the name ‘Hummel’ due to his rosy cheeks.
What is his first project as a producer and screenwriter?
It is “Struck by Lightning” which became his 2012 debut movie. He wrote and produced it. The movie premiere was arranged at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Is he a best-selling author?
It is “The Land of Stories: The Wishing Spell” that made Colfer one of the best-selling writers according to New York Times.