CHRISTOPHER DOUGLAS

CHRISTOPHER DOUGLAS by Orlando James
Photo: Orlando James
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ROXANE VACCA MANAGEMENT
61 Judd Street, London WC1H 9QT
Phone: 020-7383 5971
E-mail: info@roxanevacca.co.uk
WWW: www.roxanevacca.co.uk
Location:
Greater London, England, United Kingdom
Height:5'10" (177cm)
Weight:14st. (89kg)
Playing Age:56 - 65 years
Appearance:White
Other:Equity
Eye Colour:Blue
Hair Colour:Light/Mid Brown
Hair Length:Short
Facial Hair:Goatee
Voice Quality:Clear
Voice Character:Natural

Credits:

Christopher is the co-writer and star of the award winning 'Ed Reardon's Week', now in its twelfth series for BBC Radio 4. Also co-writes and plays Dave Podmore, a Radio 4 regular since 2001. Presenting: Comedy Club (Radio 4 Extra) and Pick of the Week (Radio 4).

Radio Further Credits
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Radio
2017, Radio, Ed Reardon, Ed Reardon's Week (Series 11 &12), BBC Radio 4, Dawn Ellis
2017, Radio, Dave Podmore, Dave Podmore Crosses the Boundary, BBC Radio 4, Jon Harvey
2016, Radio, Dave Podmore, Dave Podmore's Big Bake-Off Bash, BBC Radio 4, Jon Harvey
2016, Radio, George Gissing, New Grub Street, BBC Radio 4, Gary Brown
2015, Radio, Dave Podmore, Dave Podmore's Toughest Test, BBC Radio 4
2015, Radio, Ed Reardon, Ed Reardon's Week (series 10), BBC Radio 4
2014, Radio, Dave Podmore, Who Does Dave Podmore Think He Is?, Hat Trick Productions / BBC Radio 4, Jon Harvey
2013, Radio, Ed Reardon, Ed Reardon's Week (Series 9), BBC Radio 4, Dawn Ellis
2013, Radio, Presenter, Pick of the Week, BBC Radio 4
2013, Radio, Dave Podmore, Dave Podmore's Ashes Shame, Hat Trick Productions / BBC Radio 4, Jon Harvey
2012, Radio, Ed Reardon, Ed Reardon's Week (Series 8), BBC Radio 4, Dawn Ellis
2011, Radio, Ed Reardon, Ed Reardon's Week (series 7), BBC Radio 4, Dawn Ellis
2010, Radio, Presenter, Pick of the Week, BBC Radio 4
2010, Radio, Dave Podmore, Dave Podmore on the Stump, HatTrick, Richard WIlson
2010, Radio, Ed Reardon, Ed Reardon's Week (Series 6), BBC Radio 4, Dawn Ellis
2009, Radio, Dave Podmore, Strictly Dave Podmore, Hat Trick Productions, Richard Wilson
2009, Radio, Various parts, Beauty of Britain, BBC Radio 4, Tilusha Ghelani
2009, Radio, Dave Podmore, Dave Podmore's Ashes, BBC, Richard Wilson
2009, Radio, Various Roles, Dolly, Fiction Factory
2009, Radio, Various Roles, Mastering the Universe, BBC Radio 4, Simon Nicholls
2007, Radio, Ed Reardon, Ed Reardon's Week, BBC Radio 4, SImon Nicholls/ Dawn Ellis
2007, Radio, Self, A Good Read, BBC Radio 4, Beth O'Dea
2007, Radio, Dave Podmore, Dave Podmore's Ashes, BBC Radio 4, Richard Wilson
1985, Radio, Radio Drama Company Member, Radio Drama, BBC Radio 4, Various Directors
Further Credits
2012, Television, Nigel Walmsley, Timeshift, BBC4, Gerald Dawson
2010, Television, Mr Harris, Hey Hey We're The Monks!, BBC TV, Ed Bye
2011, Stage, Ed Reardon, Ed Reardon: A Writer's Burden, Pleasance, Edinburgh, Adrian Llloyd James
2010, Stage, Ed Reardon, An Audience with Ed Reardon, BBC Radio 4 at The Pleasance Edinburgh
2010, Television, Pharmacist, Lead Balloon, Open Mike/ BBC, Alex Hardcastle
2006, Television, Lib Dem MP, Is This About Crop Circles?, Hat Trick Productions, Richard Wilson
2002, Television, Martin Smith, The Bill, ITV, Various Directors
2002, Television, Dave Podmore, It's Not Cricket, Vera/ BBC, Geoff Atkinson
2000, Television, Geoff, The Age Thing, BBC TV, Chris Gernon
1996, Television, Mr. Radford, Casualty, BBC TV, Michael Owen Morris
1992, Television, Anthony Trollope, Early Travellers to America, BBC TV, Caroline Wright
1987, Television, Pathe News Man, Lenny Henry Tonite, BBC TV, Geoff Posner
1985, Television, Aleks Alexandrovich, Reilly Ace of Spies, LWT, Jim Goddard
1983, Television, Pavel, Cat's Eyes, ITV, Bob Fuest
1980, Television, Sam Onedin (Series regular), The Onedin Line (4 series), BBC TV, Various Directors
1980, Television, Colin Gregg, Matilda's England, BBC TV, Mark Cullingham
1978, Television, Jack Markham, Crown Court, Granada, Gerry Mill
1978, Television, David Carlton, The Flockton Flyer, Southern Television, Colin Nutley
1977, Television, Kit, Fathers and Families, BBC TV, Christopher Morahan
1977, Television, Noel Uys, Secret Army, BBC TV, Viktoris Ritelis
1975, Television, Martin (Series regular), Crossroads, ITV, Various Directors
1974, Film, Honeybone, Penda's Fen, BBC TV, Alan Clarke
1973, Feature Film, Onslow, The Hireling, Warner Bothers, Alan Bridges
1974, Television, Yan, Arthur of the Britons, HTV, Sidney Hayers
1980, Television, Leader One, Blake's Seven, BBC TV, Gerald Blake
1977, Television, Dave Marsden, Rooms, Thames TV, Gerry Mill
1997, Stage, Dave Podmore, Pod Almighty, 110% Productions (National Tour), Nick Newman
1984, Stage, Player Queen, Hamlet, Birmingham Rep, Peter Farago
1981, Stage, Various, Theatrical Digs, Awful People ( Perrier Award Runner Up), Andrew Nickolds
1976, Stage, Cliff, Look Back In Anger, Midland Arts Centre, Warren Jenkins
1976, Stage, Tolen, The Knack, Midland Arts Centre, Warren Jenkins
1976, Stage, Bottom, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Midland Arts Centre, Warren Jenkins
1975, Stage, Posa, Don Carlos, Cheltenham Everyman, Henry Knowles
1975, Stage, Arkady, Spring at Merino, Cheltenham Everyman, Margery Mason
1975, Stage, Alastair Spenlow, Move Over Mrs Markham, Cheltenham Everyman, Malcolm Farquhar
1973, Stage, McGuire, Shadow of a Gunman, Young Vic, Peter James
1973, Stage, Marcellus, Julius Ceasar, Young Vic, Peter James

Skills:

Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
Bristol, Heightened RP, Hereford, Midlands-East, Northern, RP, Russian
Languages:
(* = Native/Fluent)
Russian
Performance:Audio Books, Voice Over
Sports:
(* = highly skilled)
Cricket, Cycling, Swimming
Vehicle Licences:Car Driving Licence
Other Skills:Director, Journalist, Narration