Christian Busath has consistently proven to be an audience favorite. From his quick wit to his indepth characters, he has made audiences laugh and cry across the nation. Originally from Elk Grove, Sacramento, Christian left to attend college at Brigham Young University - Idaho where he studied organizational communications and musical theatre. While in school, Mr. Busath was heavily involved in theatre as well as helping in the formation of the improvisational comedy troupe, Comic Frenzy, that is now a university standard.
After leaving university Christian left for New York City, where he briefly studied with The Upright Citizens Brigade, then went on to portray the oddly lovable character, William Barfee, in the national tour of the Broadway musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee. Afterwards he won high praises from both critics and Robert Redford for his portrayal of Henry in the Sundance produced, The Fantasticks. Deseret News has said, "Christian Busath is funny just walking on stage." Busath continues to perform both on screen and on the stage.
His most recently began as the featured comedic actor for the YouTube channel scottdw by filmmaker Scott Winn. The channel has a huge following and the latest Busath/Winn video "The Real Fruit Ninja to Dub Step" reached over 10 million views in under a week and was featured on Cnet, G4, The Huffington Post, MSN, Red Bull, Yahoo, College Humor, and many more!
Christian continues to work hard at what he loves doing best, and that is to perform and entertain.