A steady primetime presence since 1995, actor Chris Wiehl had the kind of All-American good looks and dedicated work ethic that turned a college dream into reality. Armed with a B.F.A from the drama program at the University of Washington, Wiehl landed his first paying gig on an episode of NBC's military drama "JAG" (1995-2005), and made his film debut a few years later in the alcohol-soaked "Gunshy" (1998). A recurring role on the syndicated action series "Pensacola: Wings of Gold" (CBS, 1997-2000) led to a small but memorable part in 2000's "The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy," centered on a group of gay friends in West Hollywood. Wiehl kept the momentum going with a supporting turn as an EMT on "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" (CBS, 2000-15), among numerous other one-off roles, and in 2010 he co-starred with Christine Taylor in the Hallmark Movie Channel's Christmas-themed romance "Farewell Mr. Kringle." His portrayal of an art gallery owner on "Switched at Birth" (ABC Family, 2011- ) proved another small but solid showcase for the veteran actor.