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|Born||Christopher William Geere
18 March 1981
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England
Christopher William "Chris" Geere (born 18 March 1981) is an English actor. He is perhaps best known for his role as King Edvard/Eddie in the The Prince and Me sequels, and for playing the lead role of Jimmy Shive-Overly in the FX/FXX comedy You're the Worst.
Geere portrayed the character of Matt Wilding on the BBC series Waterloo Road. In January 2009, just as the fourth series of Waterloo Road began airing, Geere said that he would not be returning for the fifth series. He currently stars on the FXX hit comedy series You're the Worst, whose third season began 31 August 2016.
Chris married Jennifer Sawdon, a singer-songwriter and pianist, in 2010. Their son, Freddie, was born in 2012.
|2003||Wondrous Oblivion||Mrs. Wilson's grandson|
|2007||Blood and Chocolate||Ulf|
|2008||Lawnchairs & Grappling Hooks||Simon||short|
|2008||The Prince and Me 3: A Royal Honeymoon||King Edvard/Eddie|
|2010||The Prince and Me 4: The Elephant Adventure||King Edvard/Eddie|
|2013||After Earth||Hesper Navigator|
|2014||The Last Showing||Jamie|
|2001||Band of Brothers||German Soldier||Unknown episodes|
|2002||TLC||Medical Student||1 episode – Season 1, Episode 6: Agency Nurse|
|2002||Casualty||Longfellow||1 episode – Season 18, Episode 16: Eat, Drink and Be Merry|
|2003||Trust||Andy Boyd||3 episodes – Season 1, Episode 1,2 and 3|
|2003||Adventure Inc.||Ben||2 episodes – Season 1, Episode 12: Angel of St. Edmunds and Season 1, Episode 13: Echoes of the Past|
|2003||Danielle Cable: Eyewitness||Josh Harman||TV movie|
|2004||The Bill||Michael Sparks||1 episode – Season 20, Episode 61|
|2005||Family Affairs||Joel Dobson||2 episodes – Season 9, Episode 256 and Season 9 Episode 257|
|2006||Bombshell||Gunner Dean McGowan||7 episodes – Season 1, Episode 1–7|
|2007–2012||Waterloo Road||Matt Wilding||49 episodes, Series 3–4 (2007–2009), 7 (2011–2012)|
|2008||EastEnders||Anton||2 episodes – Season 24, Episode 86: Tanya's Torn and Season 24, Episode 87: Tanya Makes Her Decision|
|2010||Hollyoaks||Dale Greer||1 episode – Season 15 Episode 248|
|2010||Missing||Lee Beckett||1 episode – Season 2, Episode 5|
|2010||Pete Versus Life||Kurt||5 episodes – Season 1, Episode 1–5|
|2010||Holby City||Patrick Wright||1 episode – Season 13, Episode 4: Queen's Gambit|
|2012||Doctors||Tom Malone||1 episode – Season 14, Episode 6: A Little on the Side|
|2012||Little Crackers||Harry||1 episode – Season 3, Episode 1: Joanna Lumley's Little Cracker: Baby, Be Blonde|
|2013||The Spa||Bolek Glodwisky||6 episodes- Season 1, Episode 2–7|
|2013||Trollied||Richard France||Series 3|
|2014||Death in Paradise||Max Leigh||Series 3, Episode 4|
|2014||Outnumbered||Tommy||Series 5, Episode 6|
|2014–present||You're the Worst||Jimmy Shive-Overly||Series lead|
- https://web.archive.org/web/20090201135331/http://waterlooroadtv.co.uk/interviews/index.php. Archived from the original on 1 February 2009. Retrieved 2 February 2009. Missing or empty
- "FX and FXX Set Summer Premiere Dates for Original Series" (Press release). FX. May 16, 2014. Retrieved July 10, 2014.
- McKeegan, Alice (23 January 2013). "Waterloo Road star and his wife backs 'breast is best' bid". Manchester Evening News. Retrieved 11 September 2015.