Chris Kratt Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Net Worth, Costume, Trumpet

Chris Kratt is an American educational nature show host and actor. He is known for creating the children’s series Zoboomafoo and Kratts’ Creatures

Chris Kratt Biography

Chris Kratt is an American educational nature show host and actor. He is known for creating the children’s series Zoboomafoo and Kratts’ Creatures together with his brother Martin Kratt. He graduated in 1992 with a B.A. in biology from Carelton College, Minnesota.

Chris Kratt Age | How Old Is Chris Kratt

He was born Christopher Frederick James Kratt on July 19, 1969 in Warren Township, New Jersey, United States. He is 53 years old as of 2023.

Chris Kratt Height

Kratt stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches tall.

Chris Kratt Family

He is the grandson of William Jacob “Bill” Kratt, a musical-instrument manufacturer. Chris is the son of William Kratt, Jr. (father) and Linda Kratt (mother). He has an older brother named Martin Kratt and twin sisters, Christine and Susan Kratt. Chris is married and has two children and two nephews.

Chris Kratt Wife | Is Chris Kratt Married | Chris Kratt Kids

Chris is married to Tania Kratt since 2000. The couple tied knot in 2000 in the country of Botswana. They have two sons, Aidan Kratt and Nolan Kratt.

His oldest son Aidan Kratt, played the role of Aidan in the Wild Kratts episode “Build It Beaver”, although his character was unrelated to Chris and Martin in the show.

Chris Kratt

His other son Nolan’s character made a brief cameo as a Wild Kratts Kid, and appears later on in the series as the little brother of Aidan.

Chris Kratt Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $1 million.

Chris And Martin Kratt

Chris and his older brother Martin Kratt have created several children’s television series Zoboomafoo, Kratts’ Creatures, and Be the Creature (which aired on CBC and the National Geographic Channel), as well as Wild Kratts which airs on PBS Kids and TVOKids. He co-hosts all of his educational childhood programs with his brother Martin Kratt.

He served as an intern at Conservation International in Washington, D.C. in 1990, and in the following year he started the Carleton Organization for Biodiversity.

From 1999 to 2000, Chris starred alongside with his brother Martin in the show Zoboomafoo. On the PBS kids show, they went on many adventures with animals and with the help of Zoboomafoo a Coquerel’s sifaka lemur (Propithecus coquereli).

From June 13 to August 3, 2008, they both appeared in Creature Adventures, a stage show at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.

Martin and his brother Chris currently live in Ottawa, Ontario, as of 2018, where their series Wild Kratts is produced.

Chris Kratt Movies and TV shows

  • Wild Kratts: Rattlesnake Crystal – 2013
  • Zoboomafoo – 1999 – 2001
  • Kratts’ Creatures – 1996
  • Wild Kratts – since 2010
  • Be the Creature – since 2003
  • Wild Alaska Live

Chris Kratt Wild Kratts

This show follows the adventures of animated versions of brothers Chris and Martin Kratt, hosts of such educational shows as “Kratts’ Creatures” and “Zoboomafoo.” In the show, the animated Kratts encounter wild animals during stories of adventure and mystery. The live-action Kratt brothers introduce each episode.

First episode date: December 31, 2010
No. of episodes: 138 (list of episodes)
Networks: PBS Kids, Public Broadcasting Service, TVOKids, PBS Kids Go!
Program creators: Chris Kratt, Martin Kratt

Chris And Martin Kratt Zoboomafoo

Martin and Chris Kratt star in this preschool series that teaches children how to respect and care for animals. Zoboomafoo, a playful little lemur, hangs around Animal Junction with Matt and Chris. The watering hole is an animal pit stop where a steady stream of animal visitors wander in from around the globe. The series uses music and sounds from around the world, puppetry, animation and Claymation to entertain kids.

First episode date: January 25, 1999
Final episode date: November 21, 2001
Original network: TVO (Canada); PBS (United States)
Networks: Public Broadcasting Service, PBS Kids, Universal Kids, TVOntario, Qubo, Discovery Family, PBS Kids Go!

error: Content is protected !!