Christopher Perry Halliwell is the second born son of Piper Halliwell, a witch, and Leo Wyatt, an elder. He is also the younger brother of Wyatt Halliwell and Melinda Halliwell. Chris often feels inferior to his older brother Wyatt, who has many more powers than he does. He has taken the role of a teacher to his younger sister and cousins, and he is the one they usually go to for magical advice.
Chris Halliwell grew up in the Manor with his siblings Wyatt and Melinda. He developed the power of telekinetic orbing when he was just a small todler. Chris' parents decided not to tell him or his brother about the dark future. Instead, they got rid of any pictures, clothing, or any other reminder of the past Chris.
In Chris' early teens, he noticed the distinct lack of power that his older brother and cousin possessed. In an attempt to even out the power inconsistancy, he started taking magic very seriously so he would stop feeling over shadowed by his older brother Wyatt and cousin Patricia. He let his grades slip, and didn't have many friends. With help from his family, he eventually learned to cut back on the magic, and focus on real life. Chris graduated from Baker High School with a 3.4 gpa, and got accepted to the Milano Culinary Academy. Chris graduated from culinary school with honors.
Chris works as a chef at Halliwell, his mother's resteraunt. Wyatt, Chris, and Henry Jr. live in an apartment together. He is in an open relationship with a Phoenix witch, Bianca, which continues the reoccuring theme of Halliwell witches dating evil beings. The relationship was a surprise to his mother and aunts, due to them being in a relationship in the evil future that was subsequently changed.
Powers and AbilitiesEdit
- Basic Wiccan Abilities
- Spell Casting:
- Potion Making:
- Active Powers
- Telekinesis: The ability to move objects with one's mind.
- Electrokinesis: The ability to shoot electrical arcs out of one's palms.
- Whitelighter Abilities
- Orbing: The ability to teleport from one place to another.
- Sensing: The ability to sense a charge's location.