Character Name: Christopher Wallace
Public Occupation: County Coroner
Languages: English, Latin, Greek
Skin Tone: Sickly Pale
Tattoos/Scars/Piercings: Male branding on his left ring finger that is hidden by his class ring from college
Personal Style: Whatever his housekeeper has managed to get back from the cleaners or isn't too messed up from his floor. Typically old Englishman dress.
Jovial * Corrupt * Jokster * No Conscience
Relationship Status: Divorced
Personality: This man is a walking gag real, clumsy and awkward at his best but he gets the job done; some though may wonder how he hasn't cut his own arm off with a bone saw by now. But don't let that fool you, he is cold and calculating; always looking out for himself and what can work in his favor.
He is no hero, a wimp in the trusted form and he will do everything he can to make sure he and himself are safe. Screw the rest of the world. It is better to be at the right hand of the devil than in his path.
Habits: Smacking his gums, talking too loud
Cards On The Table
General World Skills:
- Critical Thinking
- Seriously, none
Important Holdings: Other than basic clothing - things of interest for them. Villa in France, corporations, drug fields, etc.
- Clothing - moth ball scented tweed jackets, turtle necks, khakis
- Coroner ID
- Medical Pack for crime scenes
- Lap top
- Collection of Murder Mystery Novels
- First print edition of The Princess Bride
- Rolex pocket watch
- Black 1954 Morgan
The Basics A family of morticians, he grew up smelling embalming fluid. Moving to Justice after he graduated Indiana University he got a job as an intern for the local coroners office. After years and a few connections made he ran for County Coroner and has held the position for the last 20 years. He gets re-elected each time for some odd reason.
Character Quote: Inconceivable!
Theme Song: I've Got A Lovely Bunch Of Coconuts
Anything Else: ~Already in previous Cs's~
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