A former CIA special operative, Auggie (Christopher Gorham) was forced out of fieldwork after being blinded during a mission with Army Special Forces in Iraq. But thanks to his tenacity and technological prowess, he's been able to create a new role for himself at the CIA as the head of tech ops within the DPD. With his skill and encyclopedic knowledge of the CIA's protocol and inner workings, Auggie is an indispensable asset to Arthur, Joan, and the organization. But it's Annie who values brilliant, loyal, and quick-witted Auggie most, as both her most trusted Agency ally and close friend.
Christopher Gorham stars as fan-favorite blind CIA operative, Auggie Anderson, in USA's hit original series COVERT AFFAIRS.
Recently, Gorham starred alongside Liv Tyler, Patrick Wilson and Terrence Howard in "The Ledge" which competed in the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. Gorham was featured in starring roles in three other independent films in 2011; "Answer This!" with Arielle Kebbel and Chris Parnell, "My Girlfriend's Boyfriend" opposite Alyssa Milano, and "Somebody's Hero."
Gorham is known from his starring role on ABC's "Ugly Betty" as Betty's accountant boyfriend, the endearing "Henry." He then transitioned into the role of a cold-blooded serial killer in the Jon Turteltaub produced CBS Series "Harper's Island". Gorham adeptly turned leading man on the acclaimed action-adventure drama series "Jake 2.0," where he starred as Jake Foley. Gorham was also a series regular on the NBC comedy "Out of Practice" opposite Henry Winkler, Ty Burrell, Stockard Channing and Jennifer Tilly. Additional series regular television credits include "Medical Investigation", "Odyssey 5" and Ryan Murphy's "Popular".
Gorham made his feature film debut in acclaimed director Danny Boyle's "A Life Less Ordinary," with Ewan McGregor and Cameron Diaz. In direct contrast, he starred opposite Anne Hathaway as a missionary to Tonga in the film "The Other Side of Heaven" for producer Gerald Molen.
On the stage, he guest starred in the Off-Broadway production "Spalding Gray: Stories Left to Tell" at the Minetta Lane Theatre, and performed in the play "The Water Children" at The Matrix Theatre.
Gorham is a Fresno native who, while attending UCLA met his wife, actress Anel Lopez Gorham with whom he now has two sons and a daughter.