Christopher D. Legg, 24, actor, tour manager

November 08, 2003

Christopher D. Legg, an actor who appeared in Homicide: Life on the Street and Liberty Heights, was killed Tuesday in an automobile accident on the entrance ramp to Interstate 695 at Greenspring Avenue. He was 24 and lived in Lutherville.

Mr. Legg was born in Houston and later moved to Bolton Hill and Timonium. He was a 1998 graduate of the Carver Center for the Arts and Technology in Towson, where he had studied acting. Earlier, he had studied at Theater Under the Stars Musical Theater Workshop in Houston and at the Baltimore City School for the Arts.

After graduating from Carver, he had small roles in TV's Homicide: Life on the Street and filmmaker Barry Levinson's Liberty Heights and Contact, a Warner Brothers feature film.

He also performed in training videos for the CIA and Ritz Camera, local theater productions and on PAX, a cable television station.

At his death, he had been working as a national tour manager for Target department store.

Mr. Legg enjoyed driving high-performance cars, especially his black Nissan Z, family members said.

Services were held yesterday.

Mr. Legg is survived by his father, Robert David Legg of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico; his mother, Catherine Behrent-Legg of Lutherville; a brother, R. Cameron Legg of Lutherville; paternal grandparents Robert and Dorothy Legg of San Diego; and an uncle and aunt.

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