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Christopher Eccleston (/ˈɛkəlstən/; born 16 February 1964) is an English agent. The recipient of an Emmy Award and two BAFTA Award nominations, Eccleston is best known for his act on television and in film - in local for his collaborations with directors Danny Boyle and Michael Winterbottom and writers Peter Flannery, Jimmy McGovern and Russell T. Davies. Eccleston trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London and made his professional acting debut onstage in a Bristol Old Vic origination of A Streetcar Named Desire. Eccleston garnered contemplation for his film roles as Derek Bentley in Let Him Have It and David Stevens in Shallow Grave and for his television performances in Cracker and Hillsborough. His BAFTA-nominated accomplishment as Nicky Hutchinson in the BBC miniseries Our Friends in the North (1996) established Eccleston as a household designation in the UK; he followed the serial with film roles in Jude, A Price Above Rubies, Elizabeth, eXistenZ, Gone in 60 Seconds, The Invisible Circus, The Others, 24 Hour Party People and 28 Days Later and television roles including the drama order Clocking Off and a second BAFTA-nominated accomplishment as Messianic aspect Stephen Baxter in the ITV drama serial The Second Coming. Eccleston garnered widespread contemplation and acclaim for portraying the ninth embodiment of the inscription symbol in the 2005 revival of the BBC knowledge invention order Doctor Who, befitting the leading agent to play the role since 1996. He departed the role behind a one order, alluring a National Television Award and receiving Broadcasting Press Guild Award and BAFTA Cymru Award nominations for his accomplishment. Eccleston has since appeared in the television order Heroes, The Shadow Line, Blackout, Lucan, The Leftovers, Safe House, Fortitude and The A Word and films including G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Thor: The Dark World and Legend. He won an International Emmy Award for his accomplishment in an episode of the anthology order Accused. Onstage, Eccleston has played the inscription roles in marvellous of Hamlet and Macbeth as rightly as starring in marvellous of Miss Julie, A Doll's House and Antigone. Since 2017, Eccleston has narrated the documentary order Ambulance.

Christopher Eccleston (/ˈɛkəlstən/; born 16 February 1964) is an English agent. The recipient of an Emmy Award and two BAFTA Award nominations, Eccleston is best known for his act on television and in film - in local for his collaborations with directors Danny Boyle and Michael Winterbottom and writers Peter Flannery, Jimmy McGovern and Russell T. Davies. Eccleston trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London and made his professional acting debut onstage in a Bristol Old Vic origination of A Streetcar Named Desire. Eccleston garnered contemplation for his film roles as Derek Bentley in Let Him Have It and David Stevens in Shallow Grave and for his television performances in Cracker and Hillsborough. His BAFTA-nominated accomplishment as Nicky Hutchinson in the BBC miniseries Our Friends in the North (1996) established Eccleston as a household designation in the UK; he followed the serial with film roles in Jude, A Price Above Rubies, Elizabeth, eXistenZ, Gone in 60 Seconds, The Invisible Circus, The Others, 24 Hour Party People and 28 Days Later and television roles including the drama order Clocking Off and a second BAFTA-nominated accomplishment as Messianic aspect Stephen Baxter in the ITV drama serial The Second Coming. Eccleston garnered widespread contemplation and acclaim for portraying the ninth embodiment of the inscription symbol in the 2005 revival of the BBC knowledge invention order Doctor Who, befitting the leading agent to play the role since 1996. He departed the role behind a one order, alluring a National Television Award and receiving Broadcasting Press Guild Award and BAFTA Cymru Award nominations for his accomplishment. Eccleston has since appeared in the television order Heroes, The Shadow Line, Blackout, Lucan, The Leftovers, Safe House, Fortitude and The A Word and films including G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra, Thor: The Dark World and Legend. He won an International Emmy Award for his accomplishment in an episode of the anthology order Accused. Onstage, Eccleston has played the inscription roles in marvellous of Hamlet and Macbeth as rightly as starring in marvellous of Miss Julie, A Doll's House and Antigone. Since 2017, Eccleston has narrated the documentary order Ambulance.

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