Christopher Lee-Power

Christopher Lee-Power

CLP productions LTD
Actor, Agent, Author, Filmmaker and Producer

Liverpool, United Kingdom

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November 2015
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About Christopher

Christopher Lee Power is a British actor and is a member of Spotlight, British Equity and on IMDB. He grew up in Birkenhead, Wirral and has been in a number of feature films, shorts, TV series, and many stage credits ranging from Shakespeare to Chekhov.

Christopher began his professional training in his late 20s and attended Richmond Drama School, and short courses at Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA). He also attended the Lee Strasberg School in London. It was here that he worked under Marilyn Hill (from the Godfather Two film). TV dramas include 'Coronation Street', 'Brookside'. 'The Building of the Titanic' as well as Sky's 'Mystery Files'. He toured in an award winning stage play 'Remembrance Day'. He also appeared on stage as Bill Sykes in 'Oliver' and in Christchurch Remembered, filmed for DVD as Wilfred Owen. Christopher was in the award winning film 'For Loves Sake' directed by Andrew Walkington as Colin Jarvis. Last year he played Mark Antony in an experimental adaptation of Shakespeare's Caesar. He has just finished a children's drama program filming 9 episodes as Mr Bosanti Crayco in Season 3 of Jovis Bon Hovis. Christopher's dad named him after the actor Christopher Lee. Christopher is represented by CL:P Management




  • Itily: I Think I Love You

    Itily: I Think I Love You (2019)
    Film Actor

  • Free to Be

    Free to Be (2015)
    Film by Bev Clark (Drama) Actor, Writer, Producer As a small child Christopher sat with his siblings upstairs in their Rock ferry home as a family friend was murdered in the hallway below. As the victim breathed his very last breath, little Christopher's life was turned upside down and inside out. The Power family left to start a new life elsewhere in a plight to escape the shackles of trauma but it was exactly that move that launched Christopher into turmoil, torn between his intelligent conscience and the gritty reality of life on a council estate in the 1980's.Caught up in a life of petty crime and gambling, fuelled by relentless drinking and solvent abuse from a painfully young age, this once-pure child suffered harrowing consequences at the hands of corruption. Bound in a straight jacket at six years old with speech problems and extreme hyperactivity was just the start for Christopher. His childhood transpired to revolve around running riot with a local gang, falling foul of the law and eventually serving time at a young ... Written by Anonymous

  • Caesar

    Caesar (2014)
    Film (short) by Nick Molloy (Thriller) Actor With Julius Caesar assassinated, Marc Antony sets out to revenge but finds himself being hunted.

  • For Love's Sake

    For Love's Sake (2013)
    Film by Andrew Walkington (Drama and Family) Actor For Love's Sake is a faith-based drama based on a true story. After the tragic death of her husband, Mary Walker falls into a spiral of suicidal depression and subsequently loses custody of her two boys. Through the intervention of her church community and a caring therapist, Mary regains her faith, experiences emotional healing, and finds the strength to fight a skeptical bureaucracy for custody of her children. Written by Anonymous

  • Wilfred Owen

    Wilfred Owen (2012)
    Film (short) by Illy (Biography) Actor Wilfred Owens early life at Christchurch.

  • Boiling Point

    Boiling Point (2011)
    Film (short) by Jack Leigh Actor Questions the definition of right and wrong.

  • Mystery Files

    Mystery Files (2011)
    Television (History) Actor Could any of the Romanov family have survived or escaped their prison in remotest Russia in 1917? This programme explores the latest science and newly-discovered documents behind one of history's greatest mysteries.

  • Hollyoaks

    Hollyoaks (2003 - 2006)
    Television by Phil Redmond (Drama) Actor Hollyoaks is a British TV soap opera, that takes a mundane look at the lives, loves and careers of a group of teenage friends and their families as they graduate through GCSE's, A-Levels and College into the world of work. first broadcast on 23 October 1995, on the Channel 4 network. Originally devised by Phil Redmond, who also devised shows such as Brookside and Grange Hill, the program is set in and around the fictional Chester suburb of Hollyoaks and is centered around a former 1950s technical college which is now a college of higher education called Hollyoaks Community College (often mistaken for the real-life University of Chester), with the characters and main target audience generally being in their late teens or early twenties. Written by Anonymous

  • Coronation Street

    Coronation Street (2005 - 2006)
    Television by Tony Warren (Drama) Actor The UK's longest-running TV soap, Coronation Street focuses on the everyday lives of working class people in Manchester, England.

  • Kinky Boots

    Kinky Boots (2005)
    Film by Julian Jarrold (Comedy, Drama and Music) Actor Charles Price may have grown up with his father in the family shoe business, but he never thought that he would take his father's place. Yet, the untimely death of his father places him in that position, only to learn that Price & Sons Shoes is failing. While in despair at his failed attempts to save the business, Charles has a chance encounter with the flamboyant drag queen cabaret singer, Lola. Her complaints about the inadequate footwear for her work combined with one of Charles' ex-employees, Lauren, leads to a suggestion to change the product to create a desperate chance to save the business: make men's fetish footwear. Lola is convinced to be their footwear designer and the transition begins. Now this disparate lot must struggle at this unorthodox idea while dealing with both the prejudice of the staff, Lola's discomfort in the small town and the selfish manipulation of Charles' greedy fiancée who cannot see the greater good in Charles' dream. Written by Kenneth Chisholm

  • Titanic: Birth of a Legend

    Titanic: Birth of a Legend (2005)
    TV Movie by William Lyons (Documentary and Drama) Actor Dramatised documentary which follows the lives of the men who designed and built Titanic and her sister ship Olympic at the Harland & Wolff shipyard in Belfast, showing the violence, political drama and financial pressures that affected those who worked on her. Eight men, the Guarantee Group, were privileged to be chosen to travel on her maiden voyage. All of them were killed when she sank after striking an iceberg. Written by Anonymous

  • The Courtroom

    The Courtroom (2004)
    Television (Drama) Actor

  • Brookside

    Brookside (2003)
    Television by Colin McKeown (Drama) Actor The everyday life and times of the residents, friends and enemies who live in a suburban street in the city of Liverpool in the north of England.

  • Fear

    Fear (2001)
    Video by Douglas Byrne (Thriller) Actor Seven mature students and their teacher go for a Beach party, by morning their teacher is dead, and all seems lost, invaliding the students, can their find their way to safety before the killer strikes again.


  • Richmond Drama School

  • Royal Academy Of Dramatic Art

  • Lee Strasberg Studio

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