Christopher Eccleston is an English actor. Awarded an Emmy Award and nominated for two BAFTA awards, he is best known for his television and film productions, including his ninth role in the station's sci-fi series Doctor Who The BBC, plays Pastor Matt Jamison in The Leftovers and his collaborations with filmmakers Danny Boyle and Michael Winterbottom. Eccleston trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London and performed professionally on stage in Bristol Old Vic's A Streetcar Named Desire. He was noted for his film roles like Derek Bentley in Let Him Have It and David Stevens in Shallow Grave, and television performances in Cracker and Hillsborough.
|Born||February 16, 1964, Salford, Greater Manchester, England|
|Alma mater||Royal Central School of Speech and Drama|
He was in a production of A Streetcar named Desire. He caught the public eye for the first time when he portrayed Derek Bentley in Let Him Have It in 1991.
He played the character Major Henry West in the horror film 28 Days Later.
His parents, Elsie and Ronnie Eccleston, raised him near Lancashire with his two older brothers. He had a son named Albert in February 2012.
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