Christian McBride

Music Department, Actor, Soundtrack

Music Department, Actor, Soundtrack


Christian McBride was born on May 31, 1972 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. He is known for his work on Passion Play (2010), Cafe Society (1995) and The Contradictions of Fair Hope (2012). He is married to Melissa Walker.
Birth date
1972-05-31
Awards
Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 4 wins & 6 nominations.

Activities


RoleTitleYear
Music departmentRay Charles Tribute in Performance at the White House
(TV Special) (musical director)
2016
Music departmentSpectacle: Elvis Costello with...
(TV Series) (musician - 2 episodes) - Diana Krall Interviewed by Elton John (2009) ... (musician: bass) - Herbie Hancock (2009) ... (musician: bass)
2009
Music departmentIt Was My Best Birthday Ever, Charlie Brown!
(Video short) (musician: bass - uncredited)
1997
RoleTitleYear
ActorDiana Krall: The Girl in the Other Room
(Video short) Christian McBride
2004
ActorKansas City
Hey-Hey Club Musician: Bass
1996
ActorCafe Society
Blue Angel Bass
1995
RoleTitleYear
SoundtrackPassion Play
("If you Live") / (performer: "Dehlia")
2010
SoundtrackCafe Society
(performer: "Season's Start" (1995) - as Christina McBride)
1995
RoleTitleYear
ComposerThe Contradictions of Fair Hope2012
RoleTitleYear
SelfInside Amy Schumer
(TV Series) Self - Everyone for Themselves (2016) ... Self
2016
SelfJazz at the White House
(TV Special) Self - Performer
2016
SelfThe Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon
(TV Series) Self - Guest Musician - Daniel Radcliffe/Chris Packham/Ellie Goulding (2015) ... Self - Guest Musician
2015
SelfInternational Jazz Day
Self
2015
SelfMr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown
(Documentary) Self
2014
SelfSonny Rollins Beyond the Notes
(Documentary) Self
2014
SelfThe Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts
(TV Special) Self
2011
SelfRendezvous in New York
(Video documentary) Self
2004
SelfKeeping Time: The Life, Music & Photography of Milt Hinton
(Documentary) Self
2003
SelfSting ...All This Time
(Video documentary) Double Bass
2001
SelfThe 40th Annual Grammy Awards
(TV Special) Self
1998