Christopher “Drama” Pfaff (born December 4, 1986) is an entrepreneur, producer and reality TV star. He was born in Akron, Ohio were he spent most of his life until graduating from high school and becoming an assistant for his cousin Rob Dyrdek. He is best known for his roles in the reality shows “Rob and Big” and “Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory”. Chris is also the founder and CEO of “Young & Reckless Clothing”.
Chris was born in Akron, Ohio, US to Andy and Terri Pfaff. He graduated from Coventry High School in 2005. Around this time Chris dreamed of moving out to Los Angeles, CA in pursuit to becoming a professional skateboarder. Within that time his cousin Rob Dyrdek asked if Chris would move out to Los Angeles and become his assistant for the time being in which he did so.
Film & Television
In 2006 while working for his cousin Rob Dyrdek, Chris was featured on the show “Rob & Big”. After the first season Chris became a recognized role within the series with Dyrdek, Chris “Big Black” Boykin, Rashawn “Bam Bam” Davis, Meaty and the Mini Horse.In February 2009, Chris starred alongside his cousin Rob in Rob Dyrdek’s Fantasy Factory. The show also featured Scott “Big Cat” Pfaff, Chanel “West Coast” Dudley, Christopher “Big Black” Boykin, and Sterling “Steelo” Brim.Chris has also been featured on the TV shows “Punk’d”, “Nitro Circus” and “Ridiculousness”. Chris was also in the movie “Street Dreams” created by his cousin Rob Dyrdek.
From a young age, Chris has always had an interest in the music scene. Around his time on “Rob & Big”, Chris began to make music. Chris then created a music production company in which himself and his producers made hits for artists like Yelawolf, Kelly Rowland, and Bishop Lamont. He used the studio within the Fantasy Factory dubbed “The Hands of God Studio”.In 2009, Chris created his successful clothing line “Young & Reckless Clothing”. Young & Reckless is a street wear inspired clothing brand sold across the world. The brand can be seen worn on celebrities like Kevin Durant, Cassie, Justin Bieber, Meek Mill and Colin Kaepernick. In 2011, Chris donated $50,000 from Young & Reckless to The Rob Dyrdek Foundation to help build into Safe Spot Skatespot.