Chris Tan was born in a hospital, he now lives somewhere else.
Though not an avid fan of elephants, Chris lead a three decade career as a circus exhibition (as "The Your Guess Is As Good As Mine") and is cheaply famed for his obsessive love of films, music, books, theatre and comics (which he still argues to be a legitimate form of literature).
He is also renowned amongst his fellow caged animals for his compulsion towards DVDs, pretty lights and tequila sunrises.
At this time of writing he waste his days working on his new album "Things I’ve learned while chewing straw with chimps" which will be adapted into a Broadway musical showcasing the talents of William Shatner, the bones of Orsen Wells and Robin Williams (as "The Gorilla King"). And recently, he has been spending his wasted days in motels, airplanes and other people houses, but ever since owning a GPS unit, he now knows where his house is.
Chris has often mentioned regret at retiring from the monkey-wrangling/wrangled business, but feels that his work writing presidential speeches continues the work he spent there, yet still finds it a little unnerving to write in the third person.