Christopher has guest starred on Blunt Talk, on David Winkler’s 2016 pilot The Picture, Without a Trace, and has a recurring guest star on the web series Stalking Levar. He has also recurred on Days of Our LivesAll My Children and General Hospital. Other memorable appearances include Criminal Minds, Mad Men, Workaholics, Astronaut Wives Club, Dark Blue, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Nick Cannon’s sketch show Incredible Crew, Angel and The Nanny. He was also the infamous Howard K. Stern in the Anna Nicole Story with Willa Ford. Devlin was featured on Entertainment Tonight and The Insider for the part and told People magazine “…I approached Stern’s character as a man who was in love with Anna Nicole Smith and who suffered a great loss”.

He made his studio feature debut with John Woo’s Windtalkers playing the Code Talker Instructor for the Navajo recruits. Recently he played Police Sergeant Dekkard opposite Dean Cain in State of Ward, Captain Francis S. Low with Casper Van Dean in the WWII film Doolittle’s Heroes, gangland cop Orton in Sins of the Father with Omar Dorsey (QueenSugar/Ray Donovan), and Judd Nelson (Breakfast Club, Empire); and played philandering doctor and Lauralee Bell's (Young and the Restless) husband, Dr. Tom Bergson in the film Deadly Expose with Stephanie Erb (Ray Donovan), Melissa Archer (Days of Our Lives), Alyshia Ochsea (True Detective), and Brandon Beemer (Days of Our Lives).

You can also see him starring in the romantic comedy The Wager with Oscar nominee Burt Young (Rocky). In Hers, shot in Alaska and directed by Jeong Jung Kim, Devlin starred as a solitary alcoholic soldier. The film was the first English language feature to be subsidized by South Korea and also stars Will Yun Lee (Hawaii Five-O, Lost, 007 Die Another Day) and Korean film star Hye-na Kim. Hers won Best Picture in the Jeonju Film Festival (second largest film festival in Korea). He starred as a reluctant father opposite Heather Donahue (Blair Witch Project) and Bill Cobbs (Night at the Museum, The Color of Money) in The Morgue. He played a kind friend to Alexis Raich Helen Alone directed by Henrik Bech Poulsen and winner of multiple awards at The Madrid International Film Festival and Worldfest Houston. The film also stars Daniel Baldwin.

He returned to the stage understudying Jon Tenney in the lead in the world premiere of Big Sky at the Geffen Playhouse. He has also appeared in critically acclaimed L.A. stage productions opposite Eddie Jones (The Terminal, A League of Their Own) in Death of A Salesman at the Odyssey Theater, heralded by The L.A. Weekly, L.A. Times, and Backstage as: “…exquisite…in a class of it’s own”, “a devastating production”, and “a uniformly superb cast”. Salesman ran to sold-out performances and closed after extending 6 months. Devlin starred in the Skylight Theatre Company’s A Hatful of Rain as Johnny, as Joe in Camelot Artists Balm in Gilead, Henry V in Henry V directed by Broadway legend Jaime Rogers, Christian in Cyrano de Bergerac, Charles III in Waltz de la Tierra at Actor’s Gang, and Leon in Neil Simon’s Fools, which not only received critical praise but set the box office record for Blue Sphere Alliance.

Christopher can also be seen in several national commercials including: Dish Network, Toyota, Dodge, Dominos Pizza, McCormick’s Grilling Spice, Wagner Power Painter with directors Peter Farrelly, David Fincher, Marty Granger, Neil Tardio, Brett Morgan, Erich Joiner, David Cornell, Allen Martinez, Charlie Watson

Devlin studies in the master class at the Beverly Hills Playhouse with Howard Duetch (Pretty in Pink, True Blood, Grumpier Old Men) and before his passing with Milton Katselas (Zoo Story, Butterflies are Free).

Christopher attended Towson University, whose alums include Amy Schumer, John Glover and Kathleen Turner. He started his career in film production while doing stand-up and improv. In his spare time he enjoys tough mudders, mountain biking, riding his motorcycle, painting, triathlons, art, the Hollywood Bowl, crossfit, basketball, photography and gourmet cooking (he even once owned a bakery business). He still dreams of crabbing on the Severn River, and is an avid outdoorsman. He currently resides in Los Angeles. Currently he is writing and developing film projects with plans to return to the directing helm.