Christopher Fulford seems to have been featured in every major British television drama series over the past 25 years. Among his appearances are “A Touch of Frost”, “Inspector Morse”, “Judge John Deed”, “Waking the Dead”, “The Brief” and “Whitechapel”. He made his film debut in “The Ploughman’s Lunch” in 1983. His other movies include “Wetherby” and “A Prayer For the Dying”. He was born in London in 1955.
Fair haired British character actor Christopher Fulford has been a recognizable face on British TV and film for over 20 years in a variety of roles. Most recently he’s appeared in the BBC series Servants (2003) as the master butler and in Courtroom drama The Brief(2004). He’s appeared in many character driven roles on TV, usually in crime dramas such as A Touch of Frost (1992), Inspector Morse (1987), Silent Witness (1996), and Wire in the Blood (2002). Memorably he appeared as a suspected child murderer in Cracker(1993), a film which had a brilliant twist in the finale. He’s also appeared in many films, such as Jack the Ripper (1988), Resurrected (1989), Hotel (2001) and Eye See You(2002).