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Christopher Douglas is a United Kingdom actor and writer.
Total Books: 14
Douglas left school at 15 and spent two years in his early twenties researching the life of Douglas Jardine the England test cricketer. This was eventually published as a biography in 2002.
In 1990 Douglas co-created, with Nigel Planer, the character of the fictional actor Nicholas Craig for whom he wrote the fictional autobiography I, An Actor, and which developed into two TV series and a stage show, which he himself directed.
He co-created the fictional cricketer Dave "Pod" Podmore whom he played in the 2002 BBC Radio 4 series Dave Podmore's World of Cricket and three series of Dave Podmore's Cricket Fix for Radio 4 .
Douglas collaborated on the fictional autobiography which inspired the series, Pod Almighty! (1996) and The Word of Pod, (2002) a collection of the Dave Podmore columns he wrote for the Guardian newspaper.
He has also written a radio play on cricket based on the series The Englishman Abroad.
Since 2005, he has co-written and starred in Ed Reardon's Week, a situation comedy about a hack writer on BBC Radio 4.