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CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON (Fred Noonan) was born in Salford and trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama. His work in film includes acclaimed performances such as Major Henry West in Danny Boyle's 28 DAYS LATER, the title role in Michael Winterbottom's JUDE and Boyle's SHALLOW GRAVE with Ewan McGregor. He was most recently seen in this summer's action thriller, G.I. JOE: THE RISE OF COBRA. Other noteworthy performances include: Winterbottom's 24 HOUR PARTY PEOPLE, GONE IN 60 SECONDS opposite Nicolas Cage; Shekar Kapur's ELIZABETH opposite Cate Blanchett; David Cronenberg's EXISTENZ with Jude Law, Peter Medak's LET HIM HAVE IT and Dr. Jekyll in NEW ORLEANS, MON AMOUR.

On stage, Eccleston most recently appeared in A Doll's House at the Donmar Warehouse; and has appeared in Hamlet and Electricity at the West Yorkshire Playhouse; Miss Julie at the Haymarket Theatre West End; Bent and Abingdon Square at the Royal National Theatre; A Streetcar Named Desire at the Bristol Old Vic; and Waiting At The Waters Edge at The Bush Theatre.

On television, he recently played Claude on the hit NBC series "Heroes,” as well as DR. WHO on BBC. He has earned Best Actor BAFTA nominations and BPG Award wins for his performances in "Second Coming” (ITV) and "Our Friends In The North” (BBC). He was nominated for Best Actor by the RTS for "Hearts and Minds” (BBC) and won the award for "Flesh and Blood.”

Additional television work includes "Cracker,” "Hillsborough,” "Sunday” and "Othello.”


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