Chris “Beastmode” Jones is an individual trainer, online fitness motivator as well as the founder of Physiques of Greatness. He operates bodybuilding and diet YouTube channels known as PhysiquesOfGreatness and PumpChasers which combine for a lot more than 1 million clients. He dove into his on the web fitness coaching trip in Dec of 2011. He founded an exercise line known as Pump Chasers. He provides 310,000 supporters on Instagram. He’s through the Dallas and Fort Worthy of area of Tx. One of is own most viewed YouTube videos is named “Epic Deadlift Party – Hosted By: CT Fletcher (Last Guy Position).”
Date Of Birth March 31, 1986
Died January 31, 2014, Los Alamitos, California, United States
Place Of Birth Dallas, TX
Profession Fitness Instructor
Spouse Susan Strasberg
Children Jennifer Robin Jones, Christopher Jones, Jr.
Movies Chubasco, Wild in the Streets, Three in the Attic, The Looking Glass War, Ryan's Daughter, Mad Dog Time, O, You Got Served, You Got Served: Take It to the Streets, R U Invited?, Somebody Help Me, Moving Too Fast, Genitalio
TV Shows The Legend of Jesse James
Star Sign Aries
Emotionally devastated by the August 9th, 1969 murder of his friend Sharon Tate, he suffered what he described as a "nervous breakdown" and abandoned his acting career.
Served six months in a military stockade on Governor's Island in New York, NY for going AWOL from the Army. After being discharged, he remained in New York City and fell in with the arts crowd, which lead to a love of painting and his career in acting.
I am happy. Everyone has regrets, but I don't have many that I want to talk about. I did exactly as I pleased -- within my world. [Interview with Jim Mueller, 2000]
[1966 magazine interview] I adored movies. Everything was so clean and uncomplicated in the movies. All those important people in their big houses. That was my ideal. I wanted to be a movie star. The movies kept me going for a long time. They kept me going until I learned in New York three years ago that there is no ideal, that there are very few people who aren't hypocrites.
[on visiting James Dean's family while AWOL from the army] The Winslows were very nice people and made me feel right at home. Marcus [Dean's cousin] was not home, I suppose he may have been in school. They took me up to Jimmy's room where his Levis were lying on the bed waiting for him to jump into them and there were several pairs of boots on the floor just where he had left them. His uncle showed me his motorcycle and took me to the barn to see Jimmy's handprint they had put in the cement when he was nine years old. He also told me Jimmy fell while he was playing and his father made him a plate which he wore for the rest of his life.
I never took the resemblance and comparisons to Dean [James Dean] too seriously, I felt that I had talent in my own right.
But you know, I loved David [David Lean], and he liked me and we got along great most of the time. Just a few times it was head-to-head. But I totally respected him. A brilliant director. The best there was.
[in 1996, on why he left the film industry] I'd had a nervous breakdown over Sharon Tate's death. I had done three pictures in a row in Europe, and had so many love affairs I was exhausted. I was tired, man.
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