Chris Willsher

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Chris Willsher
Birth name Christopher Willsher
Born (1971-01-11) 11 January 1971 (age 43)
Ilford, London Borough of Redbridge, England
Genres Punk rock
Alternative rock
Anarcho punk
Occupations Musician, singer-songwriter, writer, music promoter
Instruments Vocals, drums, kazoo, radiator washboard, keyboards, percussion
Years active 1989–present
Labels Ruptured Ambitions
Associated acts Bus Station Loonies, Oi Polloi, Disorder, Harakiri Karaoke

Chris Willsher (born Christopher Willsher, 11 January 1971, Ilford England)[1]), is an entertainer, musician, punk singer, drummer, actor and writer of London Irish extraction, now residing in Plymouth.

His film appearances include The Necro Files: Lust Never Dies (Astaroth Entertainment, 1998) and The Other Side: Punx Picnic on Channel 4 (2000). Willsher also filmed a fantasy feature entitled Nightscape (Visual Deviance),[2] released in 2010.

Whilst studying for a Bachelor of Arts degree in theatre and performance at the University of Plymouth, Willsher received a commendation award as the Xcel Performing Arts Student of 2008.[3] Since graduating in 2010, he is now a visiting lecturer.[4]

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