Sergeant Allan / Brandt / Soldat Manfred
Chris Garner trained at Manchester Polytechnic School of Theatre and Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and works as a performer and director. His work in theatre includes Henry VI part 3 on world tour for the RSC; The Country Girls and Antony and Cleopatra at Chichester; The School for Scandal for Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory, Bristol; Macbeth in MacbethAlone! (also director) on national tour for Stroud Theatre Company; Diary of a Nobody, Same Time, Next Year and Lazarus at Cheltenham Everyman; King Lear at West Yorkshire Playhouse; 1984 (also co-director) on tour for Stroud Theatre Company and Northern Broadsides; Black Heart of Petty Malice at the Soho; Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme at Hampstead; The Knotty, The Duchess of Malfi, By Jeeves, Othello, Translations, Oliver Twist and Little Shop of Horrors (as Seymour) at the New Vic, Stoke; Blue Remembered Hills at the Belgrade, Coventry; Mirad, a Boy from Bosnia on tour for Oxford Stage; Jamaica Inn at Salisbury Playhouse and on tour; The Entertainer at Birmingham Rep; Sab at the Royal Court, London; Kes at Bolton Octagon; Be-Bop-A-Lula at Liverpool Playhouse and on tour; The Witch of Edmonton at Southwark Playhouse; and Woman in Mind, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, What the Butler Saw and Enjoy at Manchester Library Theatre. TV includes Dr Molly, Emmerdale, Casualty, Mistresses, The Bill, The Royal, Coronation Street, Medics, How We Used to Live, Rich Tea and Sympathy, Made in Heaven, He-Play and EastEnders. Film includes Resurrected, Emily and The Children Act. Radio includes Home Front III, War of the Worlds, Windscale, Abel’s Law, The Radetzky March, If Not Now, When?, Hiawatha, Dear Little Burney, In a Summer Season, Going Clear and My Uncle Freddie.