Christopher Gabriel Biography

Christopher Gabriel is an award-winning host whose work has encompassed both news talk and sports talk, from Fargo to Fresno. His guests have included Nobel, Pulitzer, Oscar, Emmy, Grammy and Tony winners, New York Times bestselling authors, United Nations Ambassadors, members of Congress and news bureau chiefs from around the world. He has anchored presidential election night coverage and moderated town hall meetings for United States Senators. Gabriel’s program has been broadcast live from major sporting events across the nation including College Football Playoff National Championship games, NCAA Regionals in basketball and hockey and multiple NCAA Frozen Four and FCS Championship games. Prior to radio, Gabriel was a classically trained actor who worked on the professional stage in over 100 productions, collaborating with artists like James Earl Jones, Julie Harris, Mitch Albom and the co-founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company, John Barton. CG attended the University of Southern California, is a proud native of Chicago and believes in discourse, not discord.