British actor Christopher Lee Power is a seasoned performer with an extensive background in the arts. He received his Oxford Diploma in Acting from Richmond Drama School, and training from prestigious institutions such The Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute, and RADA.
As a director, Christopher has received praise for his recent productions of “Finding Lever-Sunlight of Congo” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” both of which received standing ovations. As an actor, he has taken on a wide range of roles, including the General in “One Night” directed by BAFTA-winning Christopher Swann, the Minister of Defence in “The Last Exodus” directed by Jon Hill, and The Man in The Shadows in “Conspiracy” directed by John Aldridge. Christopher has also had key supporting roles in “ITILY,” “Dream State,” “For Love’s Sake,” which is on Amazon Prime as Colin Jarvis and Mark Anthony in “Caesar.”
In addition to his on-screen work, Christopher has a successful career in theater, with memorable performances as Shakespeare and Chekhov characters such as Polixenes, Claudius, Mark Antony, King Duncan, and Astrov. He has also toured with “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” with the Young People’s Shakespeare Theater Company as Quince and Egeus, and recently played King Duncan in “Macbeth” at St George’s Hall in Liverpool.
Christopher has also made appearances on several TV programs, including “Jovis,” “Coronation Street,” “Titanic: Birth of a Legend,” “Brookside,” “Hollyoaks,” and “Mystery Files,” as well as “BBC Real Stories” and “Channel 4’s The Courtroom.” He has also been a guest on several TV chat shows and has been featured in newspapers and magazines discussing his acting career.
A dedicated member of Equity, Spotlight, and IMDB, Christopher is also passionate about giving back and has established the Power Foundation to provide young people with access to the arts. With his extensive training, experience, and talent, Christopher Lee Power is a versatile performer who continues to make a significant impact in the entertainment industry.