A versatile American actor, Christopher Cousins has played everything from a con artist on the soap "One Life to Live" to a country veterinarian in the TV film "The Long Shot. " Born in New York City but raised in Oklahoma, Cousins began his acting career after graduating from Boston University. His first roles came courtesy of the daytime soaps, beginning with a recurring part on "Another World" that lasted for three episodes in 1986 and began his film career in the 1989 thriller "Hell High" playing a teen tormenting an emotionally fragile teacher. He also appeared on "As the World Turns" but found a home on "One Life to Live" beginning in 1991 playing Cain Rogan, master con artist and impersonator. He starred in the short-lived hour-long show "Opposite Sex" in 2000, the following year he had a supporting role in the indie film "Dead Dog." For the rest of the 2000s he played a variety of TV roles, most notably on the music-themed period drama "American Dreams," the thriller "Vanished," and the female boardroom drama "Lipstick Jungle." He appeared in eight episodes of the drug-fuelled drama "Breaking Bad" spanning 2009 and 2010, and was a villainous character in the dark mystery feature "Wicker Park."