Chris McHallem

Chris most recently appeared on television in THE TITANS THAT BUILT AMERICA, directed by Phillip Montgomery & Patrick Reames for History, and MODERN LOVE on Amazon Studio.

He has just filmed BLASTS FROM THE PAST – SERIES 2, directed by Hugh Farley for RTÉ and will appear on stage this summer in THE GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY, which will tour the UK and Ireland until the 18th of March 2023.

Recent credits include NORMAL PEOPLE, directed by Lenny Abrahamson, FOREVER IN MY HEART for Hallmark, and GREEN KNIGHT, directed by David Lowery for A24 Films. SWEETNESS IN THE BELLYCITIZEN LANE for Mammoth Films, DUBLIN MURDERS, and Albert Saunders in RESISTANCE for Element Pictures.

Previous screen credits include VIKINGSSTRIKING OUTCHARLIEPENNY DREADFULFRANKSTAYLIFE OF CRIMELOVING MISS HATTOTITANIC: BLOOD & STEEL, and THE TUDORS.

Other film and television credits include ROCK RIVALS and  MY BOY JACK for ITV. DAMAGEINSPECTOR GEORGE GENTLY, BECOMING JANEMURPHY’S LAWGIRL WITH THE PEARL EARRINGTHE MYSTERY OF MENFERGUS’S WEDDING and PATHS TO FREEDOM with Grand PicturesWHEN BRENDAN MET TRUDYST.IVES, COOGAN’S RUNTHE BILL, and HEARTBEAT.

Chris played Rod in 85 episodes of classic British soap EASTENDERS for the BBC.

Abbey Theatre credits include BURIAL AT THEBES and THE CRUCIBLE directed by Patrick Mason, THE WILD DUCK directed by Laszlo Martin, Captain Lancey in TRANSLATIONS directed by Ben Barnes, MAKING HISTORY directed by Brian Brady, BIG LOVE, and the role of Agamemnon in IPHIGENIA AT AULIS by Euripides, directed by Katie Mitchell.

Additional stage credits include NORA, directed by Annie Ryan (Corn Exchange), STRUTTING AND FRETTING, directed by Michael James Ford, THE TEMPEST, directed by Deborah Paige (Salisbury Playhouse), MACBETH, directed by Steve Unwin, THE CHESTER MYSTERY CYCLE directed by Mark Dornford May (London Theatre Ensemble), A CLOCKWORK ORANGE directed by Ron Daniels (Royal Shakespeare Company), MEASURE FOR MEASURE and CAN’T PAY? WON’T PAY? Edgar in KING LEAR (Crucible Theatre), A DOLL’S HOUSE directed by Prolly Irvin, and POESHOW at Bewley’s Café Theatre.