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Christopher Pitman

Christopher Pitman is an actor, known for Scorched (2008), Go Big (2004) and All Saints (1998). See full bio »

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Known For

Scorched The SOA
Go Big
Go Big Stuart Katz
All Saints
All Saints Rick Forlano
Blue Heelers
Blue Heelers Jeff Taylor


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 2008 Scorched (TV Movie)
 2005 Blue Water High (TV Series)
- Edge Wipes Out (2005) ... Policeman (as Chris Pitman)
 2005 McLeod's Daughters (TV Series)
Rick Burns
- The Pearl (2005) ... Rick Burns (as Chris Pitman)
- Boy Made Good (2005) ... Rick Burns (as Chris Pitman)
 2004 Go Big (TV Movie)
Stuart Katz
 2003 White Collar Blue (TV Series)
Dr. Hannes
- Episode #2.12 (2003) ... Dr. Hannes
 2002 Young Lions (TV Series)
John Patmos
- The City and the Taxi Driver (2002) ... John Patmos
 2001 Outriders (TV Series)
Glen Miller
- Web of Lies: Part 4 (2001) ... Glen Miller
- Web of Lies: Part 3 (2001) ... Glen Miller
- Web of Lies: Part 2 (2001) ... Glen Miller
- Web of Lies: Part 1 (2001) ... Glen Miller
 1999 Blue Heelers (TV Series)
Jeff Taylor
- The Good Life (1999) ... Jeff Taylor
- The Grace of God (1999) ... Jeff Taylor
 1998 Murder Call (TV Series)
Liam Carmody
- Mix 'n' Match (1998) ... Liam Carmody

Personal Details

Other Works:

1998: Pilbara Pearl, The (8 mins) for CVA Film and Television written by Sarah Rossetti.

Alternate Names:

Chris Pitman

Did You Know?


January 10 to 12 February 2004: part of ensemble cast (Mitchell Butel, Peter Carroll, Tamsin Carroll, Helen Dallimore, Drew Forsythe, Simon Gleeson, Melissa JafferGenevieve Lemon, William Zappa) who performed two plays to celebrate the opening of the new Sydney Theatre. See more »

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