Actor Christopher Lee-Power grew up in Birkenhead and studied acting at Richmond Drama School in London and was awarded a Diploma in Acting from Oxford University in 1996. He also took courses in Shakespeare at RADA and method acting at the Lee Strasberg Studio. Over the years Christopher has studied many techniques including Michael Chekhov, Sanford Meisner and many more.
He has a very authoritative voice (RP) and built a successful career as a theatre actor in the North West of England, his memorable roles included Shakespeare- and Chekhov-characters ranging from Polixenes, Claudius, Mark Antony, King Duncan to Astrov in Uncle Vanya. He toured in London with ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ with the ‘Young People’s Shakespeare Theatre Company’ as Quince and Egeus and toured in an award-winning play Remembrance Day as George. His most recent roles are King Duncan in Macbeth at St George’s Hall in Liverpool. Michael in the film ITILY directed by Agnen Fernandes and in an up and coming film as the villain Zodda called Consciousness.
Christopher filmed 9 episodes in Season 3 of the children’s TV drama “Jovis” playing the lovable villain Mr. Bosanti Crayco. His other TV credits include Coronation Street, Titanic- Birth of a Legend (ITV), Brookside, Hollyoaks and Mystery Files (Sky TV). BBC Real Stories (Lawyer) Channel 4s. The Courtroom. He played Colin Jarvis in the award-winning feature film For Love’s Sake and Mark Antony in a short thriller film called Caesar which was well received. He also appeared on stage as Bill Sykes in Oliver and in Christchurch Remembered, filmed for DVD as Wilfred Owen. Christopher has also narrated a number of documentaries as well.
Location: Merseyside, England, United Kingdom
Greater Manchester, England, United Kingdom
Height: 5’9″ (175cm)
Weight: 11st. 9lb. (74kg)
Playing Age: 35 – 50 years
Eye Colour: Brown
Hair Colour: Dark Brown
Hair Length: Short
Voice Character: Authoritative
Voice Quality: Clear