Background information
Feature films
Television programs Dan Vs.
Video games Dan Vs. This Game
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Voice Dave Foley
Performance model
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name Chris Pearson
Other names Chris, Monkeyface McGee, the Steel Scorpion, and Chris-Boy.
Personality Friendly, overly hungry, kind, calm, dimwitted, and well-mannered.
Occupation Former telemarketer
Goal To stop Dan from doing bad things.
Relatives Elise (wife)
Unnamed great-great grandfather
Allies Dan
Enemies Too much to name
Likes Food and his wife.
Dislikes Making bad decisions.
Powers and abilities Suprising strength and morphing into a bear.

Halloween - Normal people are coming back from costume parties, NOT police stations!
~ Chris telling Dan about Halloween.

Chris Pearson or more commonly known as Chris, is the deuteragonist of Dan Vs.. He is Dan's dimwitted best friend who is used as Dan's pawn and he is married to Elise. He is voiced by Dave Foley.  Chris is a laid-back, happy guy, but he is still hangs out with Dan and gets caught up in his wild plots. He doesn't even mind driving Dan everywhere, doing most of his work, and never getting a thank-you, although he does have his limits, as shown in Dan Vs. The Monster Under the Bed. Chris also has a wife named Elise. He often helps Dan get revenge on people and can be lazy at times.


Chris is a man who is six feet and two inches tall and weighs 220 lbs. who has sandy brown hair, blue eyes; he wears a blue t-shirt with an orange unbuttoned polo t-shirt over it, green cargos and flip-flops with socks.


Chris is very laid-back and easy-going, and is often the voice of reason in Dan's wild schemes. He loves his wife Elise but is completely unaware of her double-life as an agent for the government. He has had several jobs over the course of the show but has been fired from all of them, most for unknown reasons but at least one job he lost because of Dan and Elise's meddling. He loves food and is shown to eat a lot. He takes a lot of abuse from Dan but is nearly always there for his friend, acting as a sort of conscience to him and also as Dan puts it, his "revenge-seeking sidekick", although Chris is actually his manipulated pawn.


  • His full name is revealed in Dan Vs. The Animal Shelter.

Dan Vs. characters


Introduced in season one: The Amazing Peter | Art Artstein | Becky Barber | Mr. Barber | Brutus | Jeremiah Burger | Chompey | Chris | Colby | Crunchy | | Barry Ditmer | Don | Elise, Sr. | Dan | Elise | Wally Fitzpatrick/The Wolfman | Helicopter Hal Hiram | The Hockey-Masked Maniac | Hortense | Isla | Imposter Dan | Jeff | Jiro Kushigi | The Lemonade Stand Gang | Louie | Main Actor | Magnifico the Magnificent | Mr. Mumbles | Ninja Dave | The Spy Boss | Tye | George Washington | The Yeti | Madame Zelda

Introduced in season two: Angelina | Tyra Argentina | Ben | Chad | Darla | Mel Darwin | Dennis | Flynn Goodhill | Jean Goodhill | Honey O'Houlihan | Kelly | Mall Santa | Poopsie | Tony Minestrone | Robot Chris | Robot Dan | Robot Elise | Buddy Starr | Toddler Todd | Mr. Zimmerman

Introduced in season three: Alec | Amber | Ahkenrah | The Boss | The Broccoli Monster | Bronson | Carla | Giselle Montgomery | Mechanic Mike | Claire Pleasant | Mary Kate Pleasant | Mikey Pleasant | Ward Pleasant | Stan | Mr. Tedesco | Terrifi-Guy | Vegan Vic