Christopher Larkin plays Monty, one of the 100 juvenile prisoners sent to test the Earth’s surface 97 years after nuclear Armageddon decimated the planet, on The CW’s critically-acclaimed drama The 100.
In 2001, Larkin was discovered by director Martha Coolidge and cast in the lead role of the young son in Hallmark Entertainment’s The Flamingo Rising, also starring Elizabeth McGovern, Brian Benben and William Hurt. Larkin went on to train at the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts before entering Fordham College at Lincoln Center as a theater major. Midway through his sophomore year, Larkin made his professional theater debut in The Working Theater’s production of Back from the Front.
Prior to college graduation, he took off the fall semester of his senior year to play the titular character in Kafka on the Shore at Steppenwolf in Chicago. He also made several appearances as a mischievous teenager on the daytime soap opera One Life to Live. He moved to Los Angeles in 2012 after booking several off-Broadway productions and a recurring role in The CW pilot Cooper and Stone. His television acting credits include guest-starring roles on MTV’s Awkward and The CW’s 90210. He was also a series regular on the YOMYOMF network’s series Squad 85 on YouTube.
In addition to acting, Larkin is also a talented singer/songwriter and musician. He is the founding member of the band d’Artagnan.
Larkin currently resides in Los Angeles.