Chris McNally Biography

Chris McNally

Quick Facts About Chris McNally

Celebrated Name Chris McNally
Age 31 Years
Nick Name Chris
Birth Name Christopher McNally
Birth Date 1989-11-08
Gender Male
Profession Actor
Birth Nation Canada
Place Of Birth North Vancouver, British Columbia
Nationality Canadian
Ethnicity White
Horoscope Scorpio
School Argyle Secondary School
Famous For Famous as a Canadian born-actor
Best Known For Known for his role as Lucas Bouchard in "When Calls the Heart"
Sexual Orientation Straight
Marital Status Unmarried
Net Worth $1.2 million
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Brown
Height 6ft 2 inches
Weight 74kg(163 lbs)
Source of Wealth Movies and series
First Award 2014 Award for "Best Actor in a Feature Film" at "Film Out San Diego"
Total Number of Awards 1
Links Instagram Twitter

Chris McNally is a Canadian-born actor and writer who is best known for his role as Lucas Bouchard in the Hallmark Channel series "When Calls the Heart". Chris joined the cast in 2019 and has been portraying the role gaining much more popularity since then.

Having his career started with his role of John Jardine in the 2013 film "John Apple Jack" for which he even won the 2014 award for "Best Actor in a Feature Film" at "FilmOut San Diego". He also acted in three episodes of the Netflix original series "Altered Carbon" in 2018.

He is also a member of the Hallmark stable of wholesome talent, making his appearances in several holiday production distributed by Hallmark Movies & Mysteries including "Hearts of Christmas", "Rocky Mountain Christmas", and "The Sweetest Heart".

Besides, Chris is quite active in the social media platform with over 79k followers on his verified Instagram account: @chrismcnally and around 14.5k followers on his Twitter account: @ChrisMcNally

Chris McNally When Calls the Heart

Source: Instagram @chrismcnally

What is Chris McNally known for?

  • Famous as a Canadian born-actor
  • Known for his role as Lucas Bouchard in "When Calls the Heart"

Where is Chris McNally from?

Chris McNally was born on November 8, 1989, in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. His birth name is Chris McNally. He holds Canadian nationality. His ethnicity is White while Scorpio is his zodiac sign.

Chris grew up in his hometown, where he attended Argyle Secondary School. He then joined Capilano University but dropped out after a year. He always has an interest in acting since his childhood, so he joined Railtown Actors Studio to pursue his career in acting. 

Chris McNally's Career

  • Chris McNally started his professional career as an actor with the role of John Jardine in the 2013 film "John Apple Jack". His debut turned out to be a dream debut as his debut role earned him the 2014 award for "Best Actor in a Feature Film" at "FilmOut San Diego".
  • He then made his guest appearance with the role of Ryan in the American science fiction television series "Falling Skies" for an episode in 2015.
  • He also appeared in the 2016 film "The Orchard".
  • In the same year, he portrayed the role of Hipster Guy in the American supernatural horror TV series "Dead of Summer".
  • Chris has made his appearances in several TV series and including "Killer Instinct", "Tower Prep", "Untold Stories of the E.R.", "Supernatural", and "Altered Carbon".
  • In the year 2017, he portrayed Lucas in the 2017 short film "Freefall".
  • He also appeared as Douglas Weston in the American-Canadian series of mysteries "Eat, Drink, & Be Buried: A Gourmet Detective Mystery".
  • Chris also acted in the films like "The Plastic Protocol", and "Another Cinderella Story".
  • He is also a member of the Hallmark stable of wholesome talent, making his appearances in several holiday production distributed by Hallmark Movies & Mysteries including "Hearts of Christmas", "Rocky Mountain Christmas", "A Winter Princess", and "The Sweetest Heart". He also appeared as Noah in Hallmark's Snowkissed in 2021.
  • Chris gained recognition in 2019 after he started portraying the main role of Lucas Bouchard in the Canadian-American television drama series "When Calls the Heart" which airs on the Hallmark Channel. He has been appreciated a lot for his role in the series.
  • He is in the series since its 6th season and the show's 8th season ended on May 9, 2021. His character, Lucas is a businessman who begins an official courtship with the lead character, Elizabeth portrayed by Erin Krakow, after sharing their first kiss in the Season 8 finale. The growing relationship of the characters is not loved by all the fans and some of the fans are showing their hatred towards Chris in recent times.
  • He is busy working for the upcoming season of "When Calls the Heart".

Is Chris McNally married?

Chris McNally is not married. He seems to be much more focused on his career than his personal life. He is enjoying his single life with his two pet dogs as he claims he is "...quite at home wherever [my] dogs are..."


He owns a house in Los Angeles and a house in Vancouver and splits his time between two places as his work requirement. Also, there are many rumors about him being in a relationship with Dallas actress, Julie Gonzalo. However, they haven't confirmed or denied the rumors.

What is Chris McNally's net worth?

Chris McNally has quite healthy earnings from his stable and successful career as an actor. Having his professional acting career started in 2013, Chris has come a long way becoming one of the best Canadian actors.

His source of income is surely his films and series. With his hard work for years, Chris undoubtedly has managed to amass a healthy fortune estimated to be around $1.2 million as of 2021. 

 Chris McNally Height & Weight

Chris McNally is a handsome man with a well-maintained athletic body physique in his early 30s. He stands tall with a height of 6ft 2inches while his body weighs around ‎74kg(163 lbs). He has a fair complexion with brown hair and a pair of brown eyes. 


Did You Know?

  • Chris is the cousin of actor and singer Drew Seeley.
  • He loves dogs.
  • He attended Capilano University but dropped out after a year
  • He portrayed Cal Dennison in the Lifetime Network TV movie adaptation of VC Andrews' novel, Heaven.