Eigeman made an impressive debut in writer/director Whit Stillman
's satire Metropolitan and followed it with equally acclaimed performances in two other Stillman films, Barcelona and The Last Days of Disco.
Most recently Eigeman was seen in the HBO feature Path to War, directed by John Frankenheimer. He also starred in the romantic comedy The Perfect You, with Jenny McCarthy, which premiered at the LA Film Festival last summer. He enjoyed rave reviews for the film The Next Big Thing, a send-up of the art world, directed by P.J. Posner, and recently completed principal photography on Clipping Adam, with Louise Fletcher.
Eigemen has also starred opposite Eric Stoltz and Parker Posey in Noah Baumbach's critically acclaimed comedy Kicking and Screaming, as well as Baumbach's Mr. Jealousy and Highball.
On the stage, Eigeman has starred in the Off-Broadway production of John Kolvenbach's comedy The Gravity of Means. Other theater credits include productions of Henry IV and Wendy McCleod's The House of Yes.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
Chris Eigeman Facts
|Gilmore Girls: Season 4|
|A Whit Stillman Trilogy: Metropolitan, Barcelona, The Last Days of Disco|
|Maid in Manhattan / Fools Rush In|
|The Last Days Of Disco|
|Kicking and Screaming|
|The Next Big Thing|