19 January 1991
|Occupation||Actor, writer, director|
Christopher Thomson (born 19 January 1991) is a British actor, writer and director. He is best known for his portrayal as the Doctor (2006-2008), when he took over from his younger brother, Scott and later handed over the keys of the TARDIS to his friend, Nicholas Miles. He is also well-known for his non-Doctor Who shows such as The CT Show, Today's Officers, and Words Of Woodman.
For most of his life, he has wanted to be a filmmaker. With his, now closed production company, Teenz Inc, he produced many films and programmes over seven years, such as: The CT Show, Today's Officers, Doctor Who - The Christopher Thomson Series and eventually Doctor Who: The Final Adventure.
Christopher is a fan of Doctor Who, and has wanted to produce his own contribution to fan films. He has also portrayed his version of the Doctor in the animated adventure, Christmas with the Enemy alongside the John Hutch Doctor and DAM Productions' Children in Need 2008 Special, Pudsai (which he co-wrote with friend and fellow fan and Doctor, Matthew Chambers).