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."