Christian plays the keyboard and is an artist/sculptor.
In 2000, Christian had his breakthrough stage role in Kit Marlowe playing the Elizabethan playwright Christopher Marlowe. He also played Horatio in Liev Schreiber's Hamlet.
In 2008, Christian won a Sacramento International Film Festival Award (Outstanding Actor) for his work in Henry May Long.
In November of 2000, Christian opened Fast Ashley's vintage car shop and photo studio in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Christian is the face of Fast Ashley's in LA. MTV's show Fast, Inc. is based off of Fast Ashley's.
Christian studied with Herbert Bergoff at HB Studios in New York City.
Christian studied at Hobart College in Geneva, New York where he got his B.A. in Art History.
Christian went to the Julliard School in New York. His audition material included works by Milton and an aria from La Traviata.
Christian played lacrosse and worked with his school's radio.
Christian is the son of Victoria Wyndham and the grandson of Ralph Camargo. His aunt is Felice Camargo.
Christian is 6'1" (1.85 m) tall.
Christian: (on his role as John Wilkes Booth in National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets) I think Jon Turteltaub found a similarity between me and the infamous killer which is ironic because I just finished playing a killer on Dexter.
Christian: (about his grandfather) He was like my dad. My parents had a difficult divorce. My dad had to take a backseat for a few years, and my grandfather came in. He was also my inspiration for becoming an actor. I really respected him...I really wanted to bring back my grandfather's name. I feel like that's my true family because it's so connected to what I do for a living. There's something about my Mexican-American heritage...I'm proud of it.
Christian: (about his role in National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets and his grandfather) My grandfather was a member of the Players Club in New York, which was in the home of [Booth's] elder brother Edwin and is now an actors' club. So I had already been there and lived around the history of the incident from the periphery.