Join the movement and help to make America and Americans STRONG! Let’s make a RUCKUS America!

The American Ruckus project was developed for Television, and we had a LOT of big networks that wanted to jump on the American Ruckus train. But we know better…

Christopher Watson

Christopher Watson
Creator/Host – American Ruckus

Christopher Watson

Christopher Watson pursued an acting career in film and television in the early 1990’s working with amazing talent like Betty White and Robert Wagner as well as a number of credits in Disney movies and independent films. He decided to leave acting after realizing that his custom wood designs provided a better living.

His company WUDesigns started in a two-car garage while caring for his Mother, who at 52 was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Christopher’s daily routine involved bathing, dressing and feeding his mother, making sure that the once very savvy businesswomen remained dignified and proud. Christopher dedicated his days to taking care of his mother, and his nights and weekends on building his company.

Today, WUDesigns fine furniture has an elaborate group of designers from San Francisco, Los Angeles and Sacramento who support his fine craftsmanship and unparalleled customer service and is now shipping products across California as well as New York, Maui, and Seattle.

An opportunity to work in Maui challenged him to create the interior of a high-end dream home that would feature only American Made products. Recently Christopher’s work led him to a project in Rocklin, California where he completed the interior millwork for an American Made home, using 85% all American made products.

This journey eventually led him to other projects that brought the prospect of creating a TV series dedicated to American Made homes and products, and through this quest is when Christopher recognized the power behind the struggle, discovering other entrepreneurs and businesses that despite unfathomable obstacles, dedicated themselves to realizing their dream and helping others along the way. Christopher’s compassion for those needing and deserving of a second chance influenced the American Ruckus project.