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Chris Packham

Chris Packham was born on May 4, 1961 in Southampton, Hampshire, England as Christopher Gary Packham. He is a cinematographer, known for Springwatch (2005), Autumnwatch (2006) and Winterwatch (2012). See full bio »

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Known For

Springwatch
Springwatch Himself - Presenter
(2009-2014)
Autumnwatch
Autumnwatch Himself - Presenter / Himself
(2008-2014)
Winterwatch
Winterwatch Himself - Presenter
(2012-2015)
Chris Packham's Natural Selection
Chris Packham's Natural Selection Himself - Presenter
(2015)

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 1990 The Trials of Life (TV Series documentary) (1 episode)
- Growing Up (1990)
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[on Chris Moyles] Just saying his name I've probably developed a rash. To me, he's a totemic figure for the celebration of mediocrity and ignorance and he manifests this by speaking without ever thinking. See more »

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British wildlife filmmaker, photographer and author. See more »

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