Christopher Knight currently stars on NBC's daring new cirque reality show "Celebrity Circus."
Once and forever a Brady, Knight met life as a child actor, starring as Peter Brady in the TV classic hit show "The Brady Bunch." A reluctant icon, Knight has focused his adult years on interests beyond the entertainment industry, particularly the corporate world of computers and high technology. Yet, due to the flourishing legacy of all things Brady, Knight's successful endeavors beyond entertainment exist in peaceful subordination to his portrayal of Peter and his arguably estimable contribution to American pop culture. In 2003 Knight returned to his entertainment roots and is now re-established as an actor, host, spokesperson and erstwhile entertainment figure.
Knight has starred or otherwise participated in the plethora of Brady films, television movies, series, gatherings, discussions and retrospectives. Knight also has exploited his status as an entertainment figure by availing himself to several projects as a host and spokesperson, including the American Counseling Association's 2002 & 2003 "Healthy Skin, Healthy Outlook" campaign that went on to receive the Gold Triangle Award both years Knight served as spokesperson. Knight was also privileged to be the spokesperson for the National Consumer League's "AD/HD Campaign," speaking in Washington DC at the National Press Club on the sensitive subject of AD/HD, as he himself is an adult with ADD. Known as a person of fitness, Christopher was also brought on as the spokesman for a popular personal workout product, Ab Lounge XL in 2006.
In 2003, Knight was asked to host a segment on the series "TV Road Trip." When the series was optioned for a second cycle, Knight was offered to host again. Knight then signed up for the celebrity version of "Body Challenge," which debuted in the fall of 2004. Soon after, Knight took part in the fourth season of the hit "Surreal Life," which led to a high-profile romance with co-star and "America's Next Top Model Winner" Adrianne Curry. Their life as a couple was chronicled in the reality series, "My Fair Brady" (which ended in an unforgettable marriage proposal from Knight), and its sequels, "My Fair Brady: We're Getting Married!" and "My Fair Brady, Maybe Baby."
Over the last couple of years, Knight's on-screen endeavors included special guest appearances on such hit television shows as "Dirt," "That '70s Show," "Blue Collar TV," and "Less Than Perfect," among others. Knight has also starred as the lead in the independent film "Light Years Away" and the horror thriller "Fallen Angels," both released in late 2007. Last, but certainly not least, Knight has been working on several projects with his now wife, model and TV personality Adrianne Curry.