Quick Answer: Is Christopher on 911 disabled?

The child actor — who was adopted by his parents, Michael and Lisa, when he was only 2-and-a-half years old — portrays Eddie Diaz’s son, Christopher, on the show. Much like his on-screen character, Gavin has cerebral palsy, a lifelong condition that impacts movement and coordination skills.

Does the actor who plays Christopher on 9-1-1 have cerebral palsy?

The fact that Christopher is played by Gavin McHugh, a young boy with cerebral palsy, is important. Actors without disabilities play more than 95 percent of characters with disabilities on television and 9-1-1 is bucking that trend with the casting of McHugh and ensuring his full inclusion.

What happened to Christopher Diaz?

The writers of the Fox show took mercy on our fragile hearts during the series and luckily, both Buck (Oliver Stark) and Christopher survived the tsunami. In the most recent episode, viewers watched as Eddie Diaz’s (Ryan Guzman) son tried to cope with the near-death experience.

Is Christopher from 9-1-1 alive?

Finally seeing Christopher was alive and okay, Buck was overcome by his exhaustion and collapsed. A lot of people died in the tsunami that hit the pier on 9-1-1 this season, but Buck and Christopher weren’t among them!

Are Buck and Eddie a couple?

Buck finds it understandable and they’re not breaking any rules to begin with, since they’re still married. Eddie agrees, but still finds it strange that he’s sneaking behind his kids back with Shannon.

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Does Christopher’s dad die on 911?

Eddie was reminded of his mortality yet again while on a rescue mission. Showrunners teased the firefighter’s exit after he found himself trapped in an underground tunnel, but in the end, Eddie made it out alive.

Does chimney die in 911?

Thankfully Chimney didn’t die, but how many times will he be able to cheat death? In an interview with The Wrap, 9-1-1 showrunner Tim Minear discussed what’s next for the first-responder drama in Season 4.

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