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Christopher Fry

Christopher Fry made his stage debut as part of the company in the National Youth Music Theatre’s production of Warchild in 1995. He performed in a great number of productions whilst training at Guildhall School of Music and Drama and has subsequently performed in both light hearted and more sombre pieces. His television credits include roles in EastEnders and New Tricks. Most recently, he performed in Guys and Dolls and on the Dreamboats... Read more >>

Christopher Fry

Christopher Fry Overview

Christopher Fry made his stage debut as part of the company in the National Youth Music Theatre’s production of Warchild in 1995. He performed in a great number of productions whilst training at Guildhall School of Music and Drama and upon leaving got the part of Lucius in Titus Andronicus in the Jerwood Space and a television role in State of Play. Following this in 2004 with a part in BBC’s EastEnders, in 2005 he returned to the stage with the starring role in a Paris production of Jekyll and Hyde.

His subsequent roles have been more light-hearted: from Billy Barnade in a panto production of Dick Whittington in 2005, to a part in the Watermill Theatre Newbury’s Hot Mikado in 2006, and from Bill Kenwright’s This is Elvis in 2007 to the role of Brian in Cameron Mackintosh’s musical Avenue Q in 2008. In 2010 he gained another television role as cop PC Davies in New Tricks, and a part in Shakespeare’s The Merry Wives of Windsor. In 2011 he performed in Guys and Dolls and on the Dreamboats and Petticoats Tour.
 

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