Christopher B. Landon
Birth Name: Christopher Beau Landon
Place of Birth: Los Angeles, California, United States
Date of Birth: February 27, 1975
*father – Ashkenazi Jewish, Irish
*mother – German, English, Scottish, Welsh, Dutch
Christopher B. Landon is an American film director, producer, and screenwriter. He is known for his films Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse and Happy Death Day, among others.
Christopher is the son of actor, director, and filmmaker Michael Landon and actress Lynn Noe. His half-sister is actress Jennifer Landon. He is the uncle of actors Rachel Matthews and Justin Matthews.
Christopher’s paternal grandfather was Eli Maurice Orowitz (the son of Moses Orovitz, Moshe ben reb Mordechai, and of Bessie Rosenfeld Solositzky). Eli was born in Pennsylvania, to Russian Jewish parents. Bessie was the daughter of Lazarus Solositzky and Eva.
Christopher’s paternal grandmother was dancer and comedian Peggy O’Neal. Peggy was of Irish ancestry.
Christopher’s maternal grandfather was John Graham Noe (the son of Arvin Graham Noe and Milton Foster “Mittie” Van Arsdale/Vanarsdale). John was born in Kentucky. Arvin was the son of Stith Thompson Noe and Mary Elizabeth Graham. Milton was the daughter of Samuel Cornelius Van Arsdale/Vanarsdale and Sarah Margaret Campbell.
Christopher’s maternal grandmother was Virginia Plock (the daughter of John Wesley Plock and Virginia Linwood Jenkins). Christopher’s grandmother Virginia was born in Kentucky. John was the son of German parents, August Ploch and Amelia Johann.
Genealogy of Christopher’s father – http://www.algerclan.org
Genealogy of Christopher’s father (focusing on his own father’s side) – https://old.findagrave.com