Weight 13 st (180 lb; 83 kg)
Name Christopher Pizzey
|Years active 1999-present|
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
TV shows The Basil Brush Show
|Born December 23, 1976 (age 38) (1976-12-23) London, United Kingdom|
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Christopher Pizzey (born 23 December 1976) is a British screen and stage actor, best known for playing Mr. Stephen on the Children's BBC series The Basil Brush Show.
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Pizzey's first notable appearance was as Keith in episode 11.9 of TV series London's Burning. His next appearance was as Busyboy in the Doc Martin TV series. He then appeared in the UK film Anomaly in 2005 as Captain Dale Waxman.
His most long-standing appearance was as Basil Brush's sidekick Mr Stephen in the 2002 remake of the classic Basil Brush show. He appeared from series one to series four as one of the four main characters who all lived in the same flat. This show was regularly repeated on the CBBC Channel until the programme ceased to be aired in the late 2000s.
He has also appeared in the BBC soap EastEnders as the character of Andy in a 2006 episode and the Roman Mysteries episode of The Pirates of Pompeii (2007) as the character of Actius for one episode along with an appearance in the BBC daytime drama Doctors in May 2007 as well as appearing in a stage production of Wind in the Willows at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds as Mole. On November 2008 Christopher appeared in an episode of The Bill playing Richard O'Leary, a man whose car was stolen. He also appeared as Sarah Jane's father, Eddie Smith, in Episodes 9 and 10 of The Sarah Jane Adventures.
Pizzey starred in the 2007 feature film The Shrine, directed by Duncan Catterall and co-starring Natasha Coulter and Greg Chapman. It was well received at festivals and secured a DVD contract from Magwell. In 2009 he starred in short film Grip.
Pizzey has appeared in adverts for Burger King, Carlsberg and Monopoly scratchcards and Quorn products.
He also stars in the Basil Brush co-star Ajay Chhabra's television show Planet Ajay, in which he plays one of the regulars, "Mr Killjoy".