After playing some minor roles at movies and TV programs, Chris made his feature debut in the romantic comedy "Singles" in 1992, playing the role of "Campbell Scott's incarnation". While this film gave him some popularity in the cinema industry, he returned to TV with some guest star roles on "Murphy Brown", 1993. He also starred in the short-living CBS drama "The Road Home", in 1994.
Chris returned to the big screen, working in the movie "Beethoven's 2nd". However, he and his brother Danny Masterson were too similar and Chris lost the role. Anyways, Masterson didn't give up and he had a pretty important role in the film "Cutthroat Island". He also worked in a not-too-popular film called "Sunchaser" in 1996. He also started to play a lot of guest star roles at different series. He also had a starring role in the failed pilot of "Youth in Revolt", where he met Jane Kaczmarek whom he work with some years later.
After playing some minor roles in less popular series, Christopher played a pretty important role in the hit film "My Best Friend's Wedding". He also had roles in the film "Campfire Tales" and in the very successful drama "American History X". The next year he played important guest star roles on the series "The Pretender" (NBC) and "Millennium" (FOX) . He was also featured in the independent film "Girl", in 1999.
In 2000 Masterson became a very successful and popular actor with his role as "Francis" in the very popular sitcom "Malcolm in the Middle", teaming up with Jane Kaczmarek.… Expand
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|Malcolm in the Middle: Season 7||Sep 30, 2005||Francis Wilkerson / Director||8.3|
|Malcolm in the Middle: Season 6||Nov 7, 2004||Francis Wilkerson||7.0|
|Malcolm in the Middle: Season 5||Nov 2, 2003||Francis Wilkerson||8.0|
|Malcolm in the Middle: Season 4||Nov 3, 2002||Francis Wilkerson||8.5|
|Malcolm in the Middle: Season 3||Nov 11, 2001||Francis Wilkerson||8.5|
|Malcolm in the Middle: Season 2||Nov 5, 2000||Francis Wilkerson||8.8|
|Malcolm in the Middle: Season 1||Jan 9, 2000||Francis Wilkerson||8.7|