After spending his late teen years getting various modeling gigs and landing parts in TV commercials, tactor Brad Fuller garnered enough small roles in direct-to-video and television movies such as the horror larks "Voodoo Academy" and "Vampire Clan" to merit a prime, one-episode guest spot on the popular teen soap "The O. C.." His most notable part thereafter was as the telepathic Whitelighter Chris Halliwell on the celebrated supernatural television program "Charmed." The character not only turned out to be a pivotal player in the overall storyline, but gave Fuller's career a much-needed career boost. Fuller has also appeared in the Christian faith-based independent drama "The Ultimate Gift," also starring James Garner, Brian Dennehy, and Abigail Breslin; the family drama "The Circuit"; and with Hillary Duff in "The Story of Bonnie and Clyde," a remake of Arthur Penn's classic, groundbreaking 1967 gangster drama about the criminal duo. Sporting a shaved head (as opposed to his sometimes full locks), Fuller is also a regular on the Lifetime military drama "Army Wives."