Christopher Nolan

After an amateur career competing as a member of the Canadian national team, Christopher Nolan has gone on to forge a versatile career in what he calls "the real trenches of show skating." He has appeared in venues as diverse as Scott Hamilton's television special "Upside Down," Toller Cranston's 1997 tribute show, and the Ice Theatre of New York. Nolan is also a choreographer, and his work with skaters such as Doug Mattis shows a dance-informed, body-conscious aesthetic. Nolan has been out as gay since before he turned pro, and credits his lover Ian with being the "most fabulous thing" in his life.

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