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Christopher Irvin (I)

Christopher Irvin is an actor, known for The Dresser (1983), How We Used to Live (1968) and Pride of our Alley (1983). See full bio »

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Known For

The Dresser
The Dresser Evelyn the Airman
How We Used to Live
How We Used to Live Laurence / Reginald Farnworth / Laurence Butterworth / Reginal Farnworth / Rollo
Pride of our Alley
Pride of our Alley Member of the Company
All for Love
All for Love Julian


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 1998 Emmerdale (TV Series)
Mr. Mottram
- Episode #1.2356 (1998) ... Mr. Mottram (as Chris Irvin)
 1986 First Among Equals (TV Mini-Series)
Liberal MP
- Episode #1.10 (1986) ... Liberal MP
 1985 Travelling Man (TV Series)
Club Secretary
- Blow-Up (1985) ... Club Secretary
 1985 The Practice (TV Series)
Simon Cotterill
- Episode #1.27 (1985) ... Simon Cotterill
- Episode #1.26 (1985) ... Simon Cotterill
 1978-1985 How We Used to Live (TV Series)
Laurence / Reginald Farnworth / Rollo / ...
- 1925: The Roaring Twenties (1985) ... Rollo
- 1936-1953: Your Undoubted Queen (1982) ... Laurence
- 1936-1953: A Tonic for the Nation (1982) ... Laurence
- 1936-1953: On the Move (1982) ... Laurence
 1984 The Jewel in the Crown (TV Mini-Series)
Second Lieutenant
- Travelling Companions (1984) ... Second Lieutenant
 1983 Pride of our Alley (TV Movie)
Member of the Company
 1983 The Dresser
Evelyn the Airman
 1982 All for Love (TV Series)
- A Dedicated Man (1982) ... Julian

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