Kristoff St. John
January 1991 to Present
Kristoff St. John joined the cast of The Young and the Restless in January 1991. He was nominated for the Outstanding Supporting Actor Emmy in 1999 and 2000 for his role of Neil Winters. Kristoff was also nominated for his Y&R role in 1992 and 1993, in the category of Outstanding Younger Actor. He won the award in 1992. Additionally, he has been honored with six NAACP Image Awards as Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama.
Kristoff was also nominated for the Outstanding Younger Actor Emmy in 1991, for his role of Adam Marshall on the now defunct soap Generations.
Kristoff has had recurring roles on the television series Hanging with Mr. Cooper and Martin. Additional credits include guest-starring roles on The Cosby Show
, Diagnosis Murder
, A Different World
, Jake and the Fatman
, and Happy Days
. He appeared in the made-for-television movies Beulah Land
, The Atlanta Child Murders
, Roots II: The Next Generation
, and Finish Line
. He launched his television career at age seven with an appearance in the series That's My Mam
a. Kristoff has also guest-starred on the television programs Suddenly Susan
, Family Matters
, For Your Love
, and Get Real
Kristoff developed and directed Soap World, a television pilot that eventually became CBS Soap Break. His feature film credits include a starring role in Avatar and The Champ. He hosted the fitness video Kick Butt and is in pre-production with Kick Butt II. He hosted and produced the video Backstage Pass as well.
Kristoff has studied at the Actor's Studio in Los Angeles, the Virgil Frye Workshop and the Tony Morina Workshop. His parents are both in the entertainment industry: his father, Christopher Kristoff, is an actor/director and his mother, actress Maria St. John, is a graduate of London's Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Kristoff wrote a screenplay, Cafe America, which will be produced by Moonboy, his own production company. He is a movie buff and also enjoys playing the guitar in his spare time. Kristoff volunteers for various child-related causes and has two children, Julian and Paris.
His birthday is July 15. He stands 6' 1" tall and has brown hair and brown eyes.
The Young and the Restless
January 1991 to Present
Charlie & Co.
Charlie Richmond Jr.
The Atlanta Child Murders
First the Egg
An Innocent Love
The Bad News Bears
Ahmad Abdul Rahim
Roots: The Next Generations
Alex Haley as a boy
The New Adventures of Wonder Woman
That's My Mama
Winner, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (2008; for The Young and the Restless
Winner, Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series (1992; for The Young and the Restless
Nomination, Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series (1992, 1993; for The Young and the Restless
Nomination, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (1999, 2000, 2007, 2008; for The Young and the Restless
Nomination, Outstanding Younger Actor in a Drama Series (1991; for Generations)
Nomination, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (1990; for Generations)
Pre-Nomination, Outstanding Lead Actor (2003; for The Young and the Restless
Pre-Nomination, Outstanding Supporting Actor (2004, 2005, 2007, 2008; for The Young and the Restless
Winner, Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2008)
Nomination, Outstanding Actor in a Daytime Drama Series (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008)
PLACE OF BIRTH: New York, New York
DATE OF BIRTH: July 15, 1966
MARITAL STATUS: Married; Allana Nadal [Nov 24, 2001)
PREVIOUS MARRIAGE: Mia Richardon [1991 to 1995]
CHILDREN: Julian, Paris and Lola [April 15, 2003]
: Rumors question St. John's future with Y&R. [Dec 26, 2005]
: St. John inks new contract with Y&R. [Feb 13, 2006]
: St. John speaks at arts awareness forum. [May 15, 2006]
: St. John wins first "adult" Daytime Emmy. [Jun 20, 2008]
: Y&R stars speak out on Braeden contract mess. [Oct 16, 2009]
: Report: Two-time Emmy winner Kristoff St. John to exit Y&R. [Jul 14, 2010]