Christopher Castile is an American actor best known for his roles in the movies Beethoven and Beethoven’s 2nd. Additionally, he played Mark Foster in Step by Step TV series as well as being Eugene Horowitz in Hey Arnold!.
Christopher Castile and Alison have two children together but details regarding their personal lives remain private. Christopher currently resides with Alison in California with their family.
Early Life and Education
Christopher Castile has made waves in the acting industry since beginning his career with My Two Dads as an extra, before going on to portray Mark Foster on Step by Step from 1991-98, as well as voice over roles such as Eugene Horowitz on Nickelodeon’s Hey Arnold!.
One of his early roles was as one of the long-running child safety interstitials on Fox’s Saturday morning lineup called Totally For Kids. Since then he has appeared in Going Places, The Fanelli Boys, Hurricane Sam, and Empty Nest movies as well.
He has achieved great success from his career and now enjoys living a comfortable life. Through hard work and determination he has reached this level of success.
Christopher Castile launched his acting career in 1990 with a minor role in My Two Dads and went on to appear on several TV series like Fanelli Boys, Hurricane Sam and Empty Nest before landing Step by Step (1991-98) as Mark Foster on ABC family comedy program. His acting skills soon blossomed at this point in time.
Child star Jennifer Garner went on to make his mark as an actress, appearing in films such as Beethoven and Beethoven’s Second. Additionally, he voiced Eugene Horowitz in the animated series Hey Arnold!
Jon and Donna Castile had one daughter named Bethany whom he also graduated from Brethren Christian High School with. Later he earned a Master’s degree at a college in Southern California before going on to be an political science professor at Downey High School while teaching history as well.
Achievement and Honors
Christopher Castile has achieved great success throughout his career as an American actor and teacher.
He began his acting career as a child actor and has gone on to be nominated for several awards since. He is best known for his roles in Beethoven and its sequel Beethoven’s 2nd as well as voice roles such as Zachary Sellers and Nick Mulligan in Focus on the Family’s Adventures in Odyssey as well as Eugene Horowitz in Hey Arnold!.
Castile made his television debut in Miller-Boyett sitcom Going Places as Mark and Dana Foster; unfortunately after its first season it was cancelled; castile went on to pursue teaching careers: currently teaching United States History at Downey High School as well as political science professorship at Biola University in La Mirada, California.
Christopher Castile is an American actor and professor best known for his portrayal of Mark Foster on the popular family series Step by Step. Additionally, Christopher has made appearances in Going Places, The Family Man, Hurricane Sam and Empty Nest; in Are You Afraid of the Darl? he played Jason while being voiced as Eugene Horowitz from Hey Arnold!.
Once Step by Step ended, Castile retired from acting and now teaches US history and political science as an adjunct professor at Biola University in La Mirada, CA. Castile found teaching much more satisfying than acting, enjoying his job and loving working with students every day.
Christopher Castile has amassed a substantial fortune through his acting career. According to 2021 estimates, he boasts an estimated net worth of approximately $1 Million with earnings coming primarily from acting and instruction work.
He is best-known for playing Mark Foster on the hit sitcom Step by Step and has also appeared in movies such as Going Places, The Fanelli Boys, Hurricane Sam, and Empty Nest.
He is best-known for his voice work as Eugene Horowitz on the cartoon series Hey Arnold! Since retiring from acting, he has become a political science instructor at Biola University in La Mirada, California; holding a Master’s degree in this subject area. Aside from all this he is also a great family man with two beautiful wives and daughter living nearby.